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Author Topic: Happy ending for "Angel Come Home" and new podcast with Geoffrey Cushing-Murray  (Read 304 times)
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« on: May 14, 2020, 07:38:47 AM »

Hi all,

On the latest episode of Surf's Up: A Beach Boys Podcast Safari, Phil Miglioratti and I speak with Geoffrey Cushing-Murray, who co-wrote "Angel Come Home," "Full Sail," "Goin' South" and "Love Surrounds Me" on L.A. (Light Album). He brings us inside Carl's music room, recalling the process and inspiration behind these tracks, the drama of Dennis, and how Brian would walk away whenever he saw him. A preview: he brought some of his personal story into the lyrics for "Angel," and I am happy to report that, many years later, he did indeed get the girl. You can find us on Spotify, Apple Podcasts and here on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-93394161/geoffrey-cushing-murray-on-co-writing-la-light-album. Let us know what you think.  

P.S. A couple of corrections: Jack Rieley got four co-writing credits on the Holland album, as Cushing-Murray did on L.A. (Five for Rieley if you include the EP.) And super-fan Eric Aniversario considers L.A. his second-favorite Beach Boys album, not his first. Friends is actually his favorite.
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Alan: “God forbid any other Beach Boys go up onstage and actually be a Beach Boy.”
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