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 on: Today at 10:36:04 AM 
Started by NOLA BB Fan - Last post by HeyJude
Gross. They’re playing the Stamos version of “Forever.”

I think we gotta brace for just about anything that has been released somewhere, somehow.

And I dunno, I *might* take Stamos's "Forever" over the Toby Keith track. Faint praise of course.

 32 
 on: Today at 10:33:19 AM 
Started by SMiLE Brian - Last post by Juice Brohnston
Caps vs Golden Knights in the final... Banana Old Man Psyche! Rock! Shrug Beer Kool-Aid Man Banana w00t! Psyche! Shrug Beer Kool-Aid Man Tip Toe Rock! Poke
Ya gotta figure this is the Caps year. Vegas never stops rollin tho

 33 
 on: Today at 10:22:28 AM 
Started by NOLA BB Fan - Last post by bryand
The studio chatter before "Help Me, Rhonda" sounded like it was from the Today version. I think that this is unreleased.

 34 
 on: Today at 10:20:12 AM 
Started by NOLA BB Fan - Last post by AKA
Gross. They’re playing the Stamos version of “Forever.”

 35 
 on: Today at 10:08:19 AM 
Started by coco1997 - Last post by Shady
A good thread would be songs that should have been on this album.

For example, imagine "still i dream of it" or "cabin essance" backed by the royal Philharmonic     Shocked

I'm most excited to hear H&V

 36 
 on: Today at 10:00:09 AM 
Started by NOLA BB Fan - Last post by All Summer Long
Grin

So far I've heard Runaway Dancer, At My Window, and Bruce's solo version of Disney Girls (all of which I've never heard before)

You don't own "Sunflower?" That's a must-have. I'm sure you'll enjoy it.

Not yet. Thanks. I have all the 60's albums but Friends plus 15 Big Ones and Love You. I also own KTSA but haven't been able to listen to it yet. Still a work in progress  Smiley


EDIT:

Kiss Me, Baby is part of something called Fabulous Flipsides.
Sloop John B
Don't Hurt My Little Sister
Long Promised Road (from "2 In A Row")
Don't Go Near the Water
Our Car Club
When I Grow Up to Be A Man
Chug-A-Lug
You Still Believe In Me
Forever (with John Stamos) (SIP version)
Here She Comes
409 (preceded by dialogue from Mike about how it's his song too and what he wrote)
Goin' On
A Young Man Is Gone
All Summer Long (Brian and Al on Soundstage)
Here Today
Dance, Dance, Dance
All This Is That
***That's Why God Made the Radio***
***The Little Old Lady from Pasadena (from Live in Sacramento 1964)***
Sail On, Sailor
The Warmth of the Sun
Airplane
California Girls
Shut Down
Hang On To Your Ego
Wild Honey
Endless Harmony (preceded by alt take dialogue from Darlin')
Our Special Love (Brian and Peter Hollens)
Rock and Roll Music (I'm assuming single version because of synths and from "...Best of the Brother Years...")
I'm Waiting for the Day
Please Let Me Wonder
Little Girl (You're My Miss America)
Sail On Sailor (Brian, Al, Blondie, and Ricky on Soundstage)
It's OK ("2 In A Row")
Susie Cincinnati
In My Room
Honkin' Down the Highway (Al from Postcard)
Heads You Win — Tails I Lose
***Hawaii (67 Honolulu)*** (not sure which show it is, that's all the description said)
Do You Wanna Dance?
Surfin'
Break Away (preceded by Al discussing how the band called to request Surfin')
I Just Wasn't Made For These Times
Caroline, No (preceded by a lot of dialogue/session chat, presumably from Pet Sounds)
Beach Boys' Medley (Up-Tempo) (from Rarities)
Catch A Wave
Don't Back Down

 37 
 on: Today at 09:55:43 AM 
Started by NOLA BB Fan - Last post by HeyJude
Looks like they've dumped all relevant albums into the database and did a healthy "shuffle." I guess I would achieve something pretty similar hitting "shuffle" on my IPod, but still very cool and nothing but good for the BBs brand-wise.

Sirius knows their stuff -- I'd bet it's a bit more thought-through than that. The first 45 minutes or so bodes pretty well for me.

(Although if I did a shuffle with my collection, you'd get a bunch more unreleased BW solo work, which might not be quite what the channel is aiming for ...)

Oh yes, I'm sure they have some algorithms that go beyond a literal shuffle, such as not duplicating the same song titles too many times (since the hits are on about ten billion different compilations) and probably hitting different eras.

True, my IPod would also give me like 37 live and studio versions of GV, California Girls, etc., and then unreleased stuff, etc.

But yes, the tracks seem to cast a good and wide net. It's not like "Sounds of Summer" with other stuff sprinkled in.

 38 
 on: Today at 09:51:25 AM 
Started by NOLA BB Fan - Last post by Wirestone
Looks like they've dumped all relevant albums into the database and did a healthy "shuffle." I guess I would achieve something pretty similar hitting "shuffle" on my IPod, but still very cool and nothing but good for the BBs brand-wise.

Sirius knows their stuff -- I'd bet it's a bit more thought-through than that. The first 45 minutes or so bodes pretty well for me.

(Although if I did a shuffle with my collection, you'd get a bunch more unreleased BW solo work, which might not be quite what the channel is aiming for ...)

 39 
 on: Today at 09:50:00 AM 
Started by NOLA BB Fan - Last post by HeyJude
Looks like they've dumped all relevant albums into the database and did a healthy "shuffle." I guess I would achieve something pretty similar hitting "shuffle" on my IPod, but still very cool and nothing but good for the BBs brand-wise.

 40 
 on: Today at 09:48:55 AM 
Started by coco1997 - Last post by HeyJude
I've said this elsewhere, but I'm quite curious to hear what they've done to Sloop John B and Don't Worry Baby. Other than that, I'm not too fussed about this release, and like the most of us, are more eager for something Friends related. It's the usual stuff you'd expect from your average BB comp with a bit of glitter sprinkled on top. I imagine by 2030, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra will have made an album for everyone in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. One question does remain though:

 WHY THE [insert profanity here] DOES KOKOMO NEED AN ORCHESTRAL BACKING!? Angry

Unfortunately (and kind of inexplicably), this tracklisting looks much more like they picked hit/recognizable song titles, and *then* tried to shoehorn an orchestral arrangement into the picture.

There's really no other reason to take up-tempo relative "rock" songs like "Fun Fun Fun" or "Oh, Pretty Woman" and add a full orchestra.

Even Jeff Lynne with ELO eventually stopped putting strings on *all* of his songs (and he didn't always use a full philharmonic orchestra when he *did* use strings).

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