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« Reply #25 on: March 24, 2006, 10:16:04 AM »

.........and I WILL Enjoy...Thank you
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« Reply #26 on: March 24, 2006, 12:53:26 PM »

Haha no thanks, others did the same thing for me, so I'm more than happy to be able to share it too! I've got some extra stuff here that is REALLY great! It's the quite hard to get "The Beach Boys - Unsurpassed Masters Vol. 10 (1965)" on Sea Of Tunes, and the box is better known as The alternate Party Album! http://rapidshare.de/files/15312840/AlternatePartyAlbumCD1.rar.html
Liner Notes:
THE ALTERNATE PARTY ALBUM by The Beach Boys.

We are in 1965. Brian Wilson is composing and recording parts of Pet Sounds but Capitol wants a new album for Christmas. Who gave the idea? Mike Love? (he says that) or Brian? Personally I think the idea of an unplugged album came from Brian. No new songs, no studio musicians. An album easy and fast to made and.....we have a number one on billboard!!!

The Beach Boys play all the instruments (with a little help on percussion and Dean Torrence of Jan and Dean singing Barbara Ann) and sing a lot of oldies. With relax and in a few days, they recorded an entire album and could choose what songs should be out. Yes itīs a 60īparty, so call your friends and girlfriends, have some chat and sing your favourite oldies.

Always underrated, this album and these sessions cacht the 60īs spirit. Have a good time and nothing else matters! Why should the songs be perfect? Why should you remeber all the lyrics? You dont need to be a virtuous musician. Its just a party....

CD1.

1. Tuning Up 1:47
2. I Should Have Known Better #1 2:30
3. Ruby Baby #1 2:14
4. Satisfaction #1 2:16
5. Hully Gully #1 2:03
6. Blowin' In The Wind 3:12
7. Talk Between Sessions #1 4:44
8. Little Deuce Coupe #1 3:19
9. Mountain Of Love #1 3:52
10. Little Deuce Coupe #1 2:37
11. Mountain Of Love #1 5:26
12. Mountain Of Love #2 2:30
13. Talk Between Sessions #3 1:03
14. Ticket To Ride 1:33
15. Riot In The Cell Block No.9 #2 4:56
16. Bob Dylan Parody #1 (Laugh At Me) 2:34
17. One Kiss Led To Another 3:44
18. Bob Dylan Parody #2 (She Belongs To Me / I Got You Babe) 2:50
19. Talk Between Sessions #4 1:27
20. Riot In The Cell Block No.9 #3 1:29
21. Talk Between Sessions #5 1:42
22. Diary 2:19
23. Unknown Piano Piece 1:13
24. Alley Oop #1 4:56
25. Alley Oop #2 2:47
26. Talk Between Sessions #6 1:38
27. Hully Gully #2 3:28
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« Reply #27 on: March 24, 2006, 01:35:40 PM »

22 - Brian Wilson  talks PS and Sgt Peppers: Great track, sp. the part about Paul playing "She's Leaving Home" for Brian and Marilyn- how she was crying after hearing it, then they asked to him to play it again 3 times, saying it was 'such a beautiful tune'.
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