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Question: Favorite Non-Beach Boys Collaborator
Van Dyke Parks
Terry Melcher
Joe Thomas
Jack Rieley
Roger Christian
Gary Usher
Tony Asher
Ron Altbach
Geoffrey Cushing-Murray
Bob Norberg
Steve Kalinich
Gregg Jakobson
Gary Winfrey
Tandyn Almer
Darryl Dragon
Randy Bachman
Myrna Smith-Schilling
John Phillips
Larry Millas
Jim Peterik
Jon Bon Jovi
Eugene Landy

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« Reply #25 on: January 20, 2018, 10:32:08 PM »

Gee, this is hard...

Tie between Van Dyke Parks, Tony Asher and Jack Rieley.

...I'll use "Surf's Up" as tiebreaker and vote for Van Dyke.

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« Reply #26 on: January 21, 2018, 02:40:24 AM »

...I'll use "Surf's Up" as tiebreaker and vote for Van Dyke.

Good call, W. I'll use Surf's Up (the album) as tiebreaker and vote for Jack Rieley. Grin
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« Reply #27 on: January 21, 2018, 03:22:58 AM »

1. Tony Asher

2. Roger Christian
3. Jack Rieley
4. Van Dyke Parks
5. Joe Thomas

I think Joe gets a ton of deserved flack for his production on Imagination, but I think it overshadows the really good things he contributed to the band. His collaboration on the TWGMTR tracks is impressive as hell...especially with the life suite. Iím not sure to what degree he worked on every song that has his name on, but given the quality of the material itís obvious he at least had a positive influence on Brian when these songs were written/recorded.

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