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 on: Today at 02:05:35 PM 
Started by XY - Last post by Rocker
I didn't follow the thread about Brian's recent shows so I don't know if this is new... Feel Flows!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZHNcK0dOIY

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 on: Today at 01:47:52 PM 
Started by EgoHanger1966 - Last post by feelsflow
Wonder what the reference to film means.

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 on: Today at 01:46:28 PM 
Started by Joel Goldenberg - Last post by Mark A. Moore
Who is singing lead on the songs? can you list them song by song please? thanks  Grin


The leads for "Hawaii," "Fan Tan," and "Love and Hate" were apparently composites, likely by Ron Hicklin and Glen Campbell

All of the other leads were Ron Hicklin and Tom Bahler.


CARNIVAL OF SOUND, 1967-1968 (Warner Bros.)

All vocal sessions were held at United Recording (A & B) and Western Recorders (2 & 3), except "Only A Boy" (Columbia Square)

"Tijuana" and "Yakety Yak" were recorded but were not slated for inclusion on the album.


SONGS:

"Fan Tan" Vocalists: Ron Hicklin (lead); Glen Campbell; Ian Freebairn-Smith; Jerry Fuller; Jill Gibson; Tony Minichiello

"Hawaii" Vocalists: Ron Hicklin (lead); Glen Campbell; Stan Farber; Jill Gibson; Tony Minichiello; Bob Zwirn; (Jan Berry is also listed on one of the contracts as a vocalist).

"Love and Hate" Vocalists: Ron Hicklin (lead); Glen Campbell; Stan Farber; Jill Gibson; Tony Minichiello; Bob Zwirn; (Jan Berry is also listed on one of the contracts as a vocalist).

"Tijuana" Vocalists: Glen Campbell (lead); Tony Minichiello; (Jan Berry is also listed on one of the contracts as a vocalist).

"Louisiana Man" [pre-accident origin] Vocalists: Ron Hicklin (lead); John Bahler; Tom Bahler; Stan Farber; Mitch Gordon

"Stay" [pre-accident origin]   Vocalists: Ron Hicklin (lead); John Bahler; Tom Bahler; Stan Farber; Mitch Gordon

"In the Still of the Night" [pre-accident origin] Vocalists: Ron Hicklin (lead); John Bahler; Stan Farber; Mitch Gordon; Davy Jones (spoken interlude)

"Yakety Yak" [pre-accident origin] Vocalists: Ron Hicklin (lead); John Bahler; Tom Bahler; Stan Farber; Mitch Gordon

"Laurel and Hardy" Vocalists: Tom Bahler (lead); Ron Hicklin; Bob Tebow; B. J. Baker; Gwen Johnson; Davy Jones (lead vocal demo only); Tony Minichiello (lead rehearsal take)

"I Know My Mind" ["Free, Free, Free"] Vocalists: Tom Bahler (lead); Ron Hicklin; Bob Tebow; B. J. Baker; Gwen Johnson; Tony Minichiello (lead rehearsal take)

"Carnival of Sound" ["Deeper and Harder"] Vocalists: Tom Bahler (lead); Ron Hicklin; Bob Tebow; B. J. Baker; Gwen Johnson; Tony Minichiello (lead rehearsal take)

"Mulholland" ["Grasshopper," "Mysterious Things Are Happening"] Vocalists: Tom Bahler (lead); Ron Hicklin; Bob Tebow; B. J. Baker; Gwen Johnson; Tony Minichiello (lead rehearsal take)

"Girl, You're Blowing My Mind" [pre-accident origin] Vocalists: Glen Campbell (lead); The backing vocalists are not clear, but some combination of the people listed above.

"Only A Boy" [pre-accident origin] Vocalists: Jan Berry; Dean Torrence. Pre-accident vocals recorded at Columbia Square. Completed pre-accident. Augmented post-accident.


Full session details are in my book, The Jan & Dean Record.

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 on: Today at 01:40:36 PM 
Started by hypehat - Last post by JK
I found an extended version of "Walk On By" on you tube, and it's been slaying me for days now.

In the same way a sad love song would become tragic in Roy Orbison's hands, Brian and Dennis manage to make you feel so vulnerable that you don't know if you can go on another minute. Maybe it's because I'm a male, but I feel the song is more powerful from a males perspective. After all, she DOES have the upper hand, doesn't she.

God Bless Murry, Audree, and all the little Wilson's  Smiley

You must mean this one:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qkIw6SMt2bs

It certainly is stunning! The bits where they don't know the words almost sound deliberate, as if words were inadequate for what they wanted to convey...

I love your signature! Smokin   

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 on: Today at 01:22:51 PM 
Started by hypehat - Last post by Tricycle Rider
I found an extended version of "Walk On By" on you tube, and it's been slaying me for days now.

In the same way a sad love song would become tragic in Roy Orbison's hands, Brian and Dennis manage to make you feel so vulnerable that you don't know if you can go on another minute. Maybe it's because I'm a male, but I feel the song is more powerful from a males perspective. After all, she DOES have the upper hand, doesn't she.

God Bless Murry, Audree, and all the little Wilson's  Smiley

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 on: Today at 01:15:09 PM 
Started by EgoHanger1966 - Last post by JK
If you click on Mitwirkende (Contributors) you get the following entertaining information.
Mike is listed twice (actually three times, and Brian, Carl and Bruce twice). No mention of Dennis.
The Boys co-produced a film with Boyd and Linett and Stevie Wonder was the only one to be born. 

Henry Cosby Komponist
Mike Love Komponist, Solist
Alan Jardine Komponist
Michael Edward Love Komponist
Brian Wilson Komponist, Solist
Lulu Mae Hardaway Komponist
Bruce Johnston Komponist
The Beach Boys Produzent (Film), Solist
Sylvia Rose Moy Komponist
Stevie Wonder (geb. 1950) Komponist
Mark Linett Produzent (Film)
Alan Boyd Produzent (Film)
Carl Wilson Solist
Bruce Johnston Solist

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 on: Today at 12:34:24 PM 
Started by joshferrell - Last post by JK
I've always found it odd that the first "wop" is missing from some versions. But I agree, a ripping track. 

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 on: Today at 12:23:13 PM 
Started by Juice Brohnston - Last post by DC310
I have heard (or at least believe my ears) that I've heard Carl on the backing vocals for Honeybee.  FLAC file with very good headphones.  Otherwise, I can't.


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 on: Today at 12:12:42 PM 
Started by joshferrell - Last post by Kid Presentable
Today I was fiddling around with this song and listening to all the versions of it.  I just want to post somewhere that Pamela Jean is a totally rippin' track, even for BW standards.  I think that PJ is the best incarnation of this song.  It was released as a single with little fanfare, I think somewhere between Fun, Fun, Fun and I Get Around.  Geez that guy was on fire as a 21 year old.

Here is a link to an alternate version of Pamela Jean that I hadn't heard before today.  Some studio banter and a few extra background vocals that I assume got cut off or buried for the single are what I noticed as new.  https://youtu.be/0canGKvultU

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 on: Today at 12:10:24 PM 
Started by Joel Goldenberg - Last post by joshferrell
Who is singing lead on the songs? can you list them song by song please? thanks  Grin

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