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« Reply #350 on: January 03, 2020, 05:49:55 AM »

The Coca Cola ad .... Cool Cool   ....Cola!
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« Reply #351 on: January 10, 2020, 04:33:44 PM »

I'd love to hear more material like Where Is She, Walkin', You're As Cool As Can Be, any Dennis songs, early versions/demos, etc. 
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« Reply #352 on: January 11, 2020, 02:56:37 AM »

Looking forward to any live material.

I really hope the 72-73 era will be covered as well some day. They were such a great live act back then.
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« Reply #353 on: January 11, 2020, 07:11:28 AM »

Looking forward to any live material.

I really hope the 72-73 era will be covered as well some day. They were such a great live act back then.

Mark Linett has said that a box for In Concert is a possibiltiy
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« Reply #354 on: January 12, 2020, 10:46:39 AM »

Looking forward to any live material.

I really hope the 72-73 era will be covered as well some day. They were such a great live act back then.

Mark Linett has said that a box for In Concert is a possibiltiy


That would be amazing Smiley
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« Reply #355 on: January 13, 2020, 03:53:00 AM »

Yes it would- I will buy all the live versions of Wild Honey, Marcella, and Jumpin' Jack Flash they will sell me.
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« Reply #356 on: January 14, 2020, 02:18:53 PM »

Yes it would- I will buy all the live versions of Wild Honey, Marcella, and Jumpin' Jack Flash they will sell me.

I will gladly buy any & all live versions of anything by the BB from the early to mid 70s.
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« Reply #357 on: January 15, 2020, 07:02:21 AM »

Looking forward to any live material.

I really hope the 72-73 era will be covered as well some day. They were such a great live act back then.

Mark Linett has said that a box for In Concert is a possibiltiy


I hope it includes River Song, Here She Comes, and You Need A Mess Of Help To Stand Alone.
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« Reply #358 on: January 17, 2020, 01:49:37 PM »

I hope we get some release date news about this soon!  Can't wait too long. 
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« Reply #359 on: January 18, 2020, 11:27:23 AM »

Looking forward to any live material.

I really hope the 72-73 era will be covered as well some day. They were such a great live act back then.

Mark Linett has said that a box for In Concert is a possibiltiy


That would be sweet.  That early 70's era had some considerably good live moments.  Having Blondie and Ricky in the band really helped give the band a little more street cred and edge.  Would love to hear more from that period.  👍
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« Reply #360 on: January 18, 2020, 04:24:56 PM »

I want a complete new mix of the Surfs Up LP. There are several spots where it sounds muddy.
The vocals on Long Promised Road are extremely low Quality. Also, the vocals on Disney Girls are really weird when played in headphones. Its almost like there on the right side more than the left.
Also, anything about Soulful Old Man Sunshine and Our Sweet Love
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« Reply #361 on: January 18, 2020, 04:47:51 PM »

I want a complete new mix of the Surfs Up LP. There are several spots where it sounds muddy.
The vocals on Long Promised Road are extremely low Quality. Also, the vocals on Disney Girls are really weird when played in headphones. Its almost like there on the right side more than the left.
Also, anything about Soulful Old Man Sunshine and Our Sweet Love

If they could somehow digitally fix the "Shunshine" line I would be eternally grateful. Absolutely wonderful song but I can't ignore that flub.
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« Reply #362 on: January 20, 2020, 03:58:27 PM »

Also, the vocals on Disney Girls are really weird when played in headphones. Its almost like there on the right side more than the left.

Years ago someone told me that Bruce recorded his vocal in stereo -- in that he had two microphones in front of him, each panned to one side...which might explain why it sounds weird.
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« Reply #363 on: January 21, 2020, 08:44:57 PM »

Also, the vocals on Disney Girls are really weird when played in headphones. Its almost like there on the right side more than the left.

Years ago someone told me that Bruce recorded his vocal in stereo -- in that he had two microphones in front of him, each panned to one side...which might explain why it sounds weird.
And there is that note on the back of Sunflower explaining how every voice, every instrument was recorded in stereo - not just a bunch of monophonic signals panned left, center and right.
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« Reply #364 on: February 08, 2020, 09:53:05 AM »

I want a complete new mix of the Surfs Up LP. There are several spots where it sounds muddy.
The vocals on Long Promised Road are extremely low Quality. Also, the vocals on Disney Girls are really weird when played in headphones. Its almost like there on the right side more than the left.
Also, anything about Soulful Old Man Sunshine and Our Sweet Love

If they could somehow digitally fix the "Shunshine" line I would be eternally grateful. Absolutely wonderful song but I can't ignore that flub.

Didn't Carl ultimately veto putting that song on an album because of that flub?  Couldn't he just have just recorded a new vocal?
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« Reply #365 on: February 08, 2020, 01:55:07 PM »

I want a complete new mix of the Surfs Up LP. There are several spots where it sounds muddy.
The vocals on Long Promised Road are extremely low Quality. Also, the vocals on Disney Girls are really weird when played in headphones. Its almost like there on the right side more than the left.
Also, anything about Soulful Old Man Sunshine and Our Sweet Love

If they could somehow digitally fix the "Shunshine" line I would be eternally grateful. Absolutely wonderful song but I can't ignore that flub.

Didn't Carl ultimately veto putting that song on an album because of that flub?  Couldn't he just have just recorded a new vocal?
I believe the final mix was made in 1969, and 24 years later, in 1993, when they were working on the Good Vibrations set, they didnít have access to the original tracks. It was eventually released in that state in 1998. But, 22 years later, maybe the tracks have been found. I havenít heard anything about that, but one can dream. But yes, Carl didnít want it on the GV set
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« Reply #366 on: February 08, 2020, 03:49:18 PM »

The Coca Cola ad .... Cool Cool   ....Cola!

What's this? I've never heard of it.
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« Reply #367 on: February 08, 2020, 04:34:21 PM »

Remeber we thought this was coming out at Christmas 😂😂
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« Reply #368 on: February 08, 2020, 05:40:46 PM »

Also, the vocals on Disney Girls are really weird when played in headphones. Its almost like there on the right side more than the left.

Years ago someone told me that Bruce recorded his vocal in stereo -- in that he had two microphones in front of him, each panned to one side...which might explain why it sounds weird.

Also, the vocals on Disney Girls are really weird when played in headphones. Its almost like there on the right side more than the left.

Years ago someone told me that Bruce recorded his vocal in stereo -- in that he had two microphones in front of him, each panned to one side...which might explain why it sounds weird.
And there is that note on the back of Sunflower explaining how every voice, every instrument was recorded in stereo - not just a bunch of monophonic signals panned left, center and right.

*every* instrument and voice...maybe not so much, but certainly more of that than before.  A lot of the vocals were done with the AKG C24 stereo microphone which allows perfect XY diaphragm alignment every time.
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« Reply #369 on: February 08, 2020, 09:03:45 PM »

The Coca Cola ad .... Cool Cool   ....Cola!

What's this? I've never heard of it.

Pops up in discussion occasionally and mentioned by Al and I think Bruce in the Endless Harmony Documentary. I recall Al sings a bit as itís based on the song Cool Cool Water and he says something like ďIíd really like to hear it again as itís so goodĒ.
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« Reply #370 on: February 09, 2020, 12:58:54 AM »

First and foremost, I'd love to hear more Brian stuff from that time, whatever it may be.
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« Reply #371 on: February 09, 2020, 06:46:55 AM »

I want a complete new mix of the Surfs Up LP. There are several spots where it sounds muddy.
The vocals on Long Promised Road are extremely low Quality. Also, the vocals on Disney Girls are really weird when played in headphones. Its almost like there on the right side more than the left.
Also, anything about Soulful Old Man Sunshine and Our Sweet Love

If they could somehow digitally fix the "Shunshine" line I would be eternally grateful. Absolutely wonderful song but I can't ignore that flub.

Didn't Carl ultimately veto putting that song on an album because of that flub?  Couldn't he just have just recorded a new vocal?
I believe the final mix was made in 1969, and 24 years later, in 1993, when they were working on the Good Vibrations set, they didnít have access to the original tracks. It was eventually released in that state in 1998. But, 22 years later, maybe the tracks have been found. I havenít heard anything about that, but one can dream. But yes, Carl didnít want it on the GV set

Not a final mix, just two (or three?) rough mixes that had to be spliced together. That's why there's some weird stereo experimentation going on with the Orban comb filter, it was never meant for any kind of release. Last I heard the multitrack with the Beach Boys' vocals is missing from the vaults - they have the backing track, plus some extra instrumental overdubs and the a capella intro, but a remix wouldn't be possible.
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« Reply #372 on: February 09, 2020, 07:26:20 AM »

I want a complete new mix of the Surfs Up LP. There are several spots where it sounds muddy.
The vocals on Long Promised Road are extremely low Quality. Also, the vocals on Disney Girls are really weird when played in headphones. Its almost like there on the right side more than the left.
Also, anything about Soulful Old Man Sunshine and Our Sweet Love

If they could somehow digitally fix the "Shunshine" line I would be eternally grateful. Absolutely wonderful song but I can't ignore that flub.

Didn't Carl ultimately veto putting that song on an album because of that flub?  Couldn't he just have just recorded a new vocal?
I believe the final mix was made in 1969, and 24 years later, in 1993, when they were working on the Good Vibrations set, they didnít have access to the original tracks. It was eventually released in that state in 1998. But, 22 years later, maybe the tracks have been found. I havenít heard anything about that, but one can dream. But yes, Carl didnít want it on the GV set

Not a final mix, just two (or three?) rough mixes that had to be spliced together. That's why there's some weird stereo experimentation going on with the Orban comb filter, it was never meant for any kind of release. Last I heard the multitrack with the Beach Boys' vocals is missing from the vaults - they have the backing track, plus some extra instrumental overdubs and the a capella intro, but a remix wouldn't be possible.

The official release is actually from a vintage edit of those two or three rough mix parts; the edit was done by Rick Henn's brother-in-law Dennis Dragon, using good old fashioned razor-and-splice techniques!
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« Reply #373 on: February 09, 2020, 08:16:19 AM »

I want a complete new mix of the Surfs Up LP. There are several spots where it sounds muddy.
The vocals on Long Promised Road are extremely low Quality. Also, the vocals on Disney Girls are really weird when played in headphones. Its almost like there on the right side more than the left.
Also, anything about Soulful Old Man Sunshine and Our Sweet Love

If they could somehow digitally fix the "Shunshine" line I would be eternally grateful. Absolutely wonderful song but I can't ignore that flub.

Didn't Carl ultimately veto putting that song on an album because of that flub?  Couldn't he just have just recorded a new vocal?
I believe the final mix was made in 1969, and 24 years later, in 1993, when they were working on the Good Vibrations set, they didnít have access to the original tracks. It was eventually released in that state in 1998. But, 22 years later, maybe the tracks have been found. I havenít heard anything about that, but one can dream. But yes, Carl didnít want it on the GV set

Not a final mix, just two (or three?) rough mixes that had to be spliced together. That's why there's some weird stereo experimentation going on with the Orban comb filter, it was never meant for any kind of release. Last I heard the multitrack with the Beach Boys' vocals is missing from the vaults - they have the backing track, plus some extra instrumental overdubs and the a capella intro, but a remix wouldn't be possible.

The official release is actually from a vintage edit of those two or three rough mix parts; the edit was done by Rick Henn's brother-in-law Dennis Dragon, using good old fashioned razor-and-splice techniques!

Wait, wasn't that done in the early 90s? I guess authentic tape splicing may as well count as vintage!
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« Reply #374 on: February 09, 2020, 10:23:16 AM »

I want a complete new mix of the Surfs Up LP. There are several spots where it sounds muddy.
The vocals on Long Promised Road are extremely low Quality. Also, the vocals on Disney Girls are really weird when played in headphones. Its almost like there on the right side more than the left.
Also, anything about Soulful Old Man Sunshine and Our Sweet Love

If they could somehow digitally fix the "Shunshine" line I would be eternally grateful. Absolutely wonderful song but I can't ignore that flub.

Didn't Carl ultimately veto putting that song on an album because of that flub?  Couldn't he just have just recorded a new vocal?
I believe the final mix was made in 1969, and 24 years later, in 1993, when they were working on the Good Vibrations set, they didnít have access to the original tracks. It was eventually released in that state in 1998. But, 22 years later, maybe the tracks have been found. I havenít heard anything about that, but one can dream. But yes, Carl didnít want it on the GV set

Not a final mix, just two (or three?) rough mixes that had to be spliced together. That's why there's some weird stereo experimentation going on with the Orban comb filter, it was never meant for any kind of release. Last I heard the multitrack with the Beach Boys' vocals is missing from the vaults - they have the backing track, plus some extra instrumental overdubs and the a capella intro, but a remix wouldn't be possible.

The official release is actually from a vintage edit of those two or three rough mix parts; the edit was done by Rick Henn's brother-in-law Dennis Dragon, using good old fashioned razor-and-splice techniques!

Wait, wasn't that done in the early 90s? I guess authentic tape splicing may as well count as vintage!

According to Rick Henn's recollections in ESQ, at some point after the "SOMS" sessions, he took his rough mixes over to DD's studio (Rick was married to DD's sister Kathy Dragon), and DD did the edits. He doesn't say exactly when, but I'm thinking this wasn't too long after the sessions, possibly within a few years at the most. My understanding is that they almost used that edited mix for the '93 box set (I actually heard it in the fall of '92, when David Leaf played it over the phone for Domenic Priore and me), and that this is what was ultimately used for the releases in '98 and 2013.
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