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 on: Today at 02:32:49 AM 
Started by leafy - Last post by jamesellaby
Is there anywhere you can buy Live Sunshine in the UK apart from iTunes? I was happy to do it from there, but not when you have to buy each track separately for £0.99 each! Price aside, it would take hours!

 32 
 on: Today at 12:27:52 AM 
Started by Rocker - Last post by Rocker
Al Jardine:
Big Sur Christmas


I don't recall this. When was it recorded and what does it sound like? I can't find it online.... Thanks for the contribution!
EDIT: Just found it on youtube! Thanks Proxtube! :D Damnit! That voice deserves a much better production! But it's a nice song



And in the category of "attempted but abandoned archival releases", there's this from the 90s:







Whoa! I can understand that it was not released (I skip most of the '77 material when I play Ultimate Christmas) but here are some songs I didn't know where planned to be released. The medley is the Boys with their families, right? What about tracks 2,3 and 4 on side two? I don't think I've heard about those.
Just saw on Wikipedia that something of that was released on Carnie & Wendy's Christmas album:

The album also features a Wilson family recording from 1976 of "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus" that features the Beach Boys on backing vocals and a wide range of Beach Boys band members' children, including Matthew and Adam Jardine, Hailey and Christian Love, and Jonah and Justyn Wilson.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hey_Santa!

Guess I have to go through my archives and see if I have some of the tracks.


BTW just realized that "Child of winter" wasn't on any album. So I'll add it to the above list
Also, the Scrooge's Rock'n'Roll Christmas TV special is on youtube, so I added the links to two of the three Mike-related parts (the other one is Jingle Bell Rock with Dean, but the Mike version is already on the list)

 33 
 on: Today at 12:22:38 AM 
Started by Watamushi(Polly Poller) - Last post by Watamushi(Polly Poller)
Today's song is Got to Know the Woman.

 34 
 on: Today at 12:22:07 AM 
Started by Watamushi(Polly Poller) - Last post by Watamushi(Polly Poller)
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 35 
 on: Today at 12:20:11 AM 
Started by Charles LePage @ ComicList - Last post by WyattFunderburk
We recently covered this album on our podcast!  Check it out!

http://sailon.podbean.com/e/4-surfin-safari/

 36 
 on: Yesterday at 10:29:40 PM 
Started by leafy - Last post by Patrick Bateman
The version of Barbara Ann here is freaking awesome...sounds like something from the White Album

Yeah! My first thought was, "they could have had ANOTHER hit with this!" LOL
I was thinking "no way can this be 1967...someone spliced something in from 1977" the first two times I heard it LOL
The prototype for Love You was in 1967! Cool

Yeah pretty much
Funny how AGD's every "theory: about the BBs has been proven wrong with these releases.... Roll Eyes

You gotta explain this one to me...

 37 
 on: Yesterday at 08:20:35 PM 
Started by guitarfool2002 - Last post by Wirestone
Two other notes:

I always find it charming how BW does ALL THE VERSES of the traditional carols. Itís like heís working from an old hymnal or something. (As opposed to the Joe Thomas produced Joy to the World, where they apparently never looked up the second verse, which bugs me more than you might think.)

Second, Inalways imagine that BW imagined God Rest as a duet with Mike. The way it features those super low bits would work so well with a second vocalist ...

 38 
 on: Yesterday at 08:11:35 PM 
Started by guitarfool2002 - Last post by Wirestone
Iím also a big believer in this record. It was an odd post Smile move, but thereís a lot of inventiveness and creativity there, without too much paranoia about how it will be perceived. I do think it might be overlong by a couple of tracks, but otherwise itís a winner. Love the revamped Man With All the Toys, title track and God Rest.

 39 
 on: Yesterday at 07:12:50 PM 
Started by guitarfool2002 - Last post by FatherOfTheMan Sr101
Title cut is the closest to smile style instrumentation Brian has got without going overboard into "pretender" territory

 40 
 on: Yesterday at 06:55:51 PM 
Started by guitarfool2002 - Last post by Awesoman
Ehhhhh...it's okay at best.  The production is a bit too glossy and even if Brian's vocals have been sweetened a good bit, he still doesn't sound like a very good vocalist.  Some tracks are alright but overall this is standard fare. 

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