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Author Topic: BeachBoysTalk Episode 16: CW's Guitar Player, John Daly!  (Read 239 times)
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« on: May 03, 2021, 03:43:23 PM »

Hi Friends!

Tomorrow night we welcome on the show Carl Wilson's guitar player, John Daly! We will talk about his time work with Carl! PLUS: Many Moods of Matt, ESQ Q&A with David Beard, Call-In Trivia, and All Request! Hope you can join us tomorrow night at 8pm EST. Here is where you can find us:


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Hope to see you all there!

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« Reply #1 on: May 04, 2021, 03:00:51 AM »

That oughta be interesting! Carl's live shows were so rocking yet the studio recordings lack a lot of that (I'm talking about the first album of course). I wonder if John Daly can say something about that. I guess it was intentionally mixed and mastered that way.
Carl's show at My Father's Place was remastered by a fan and played on youtube recently along with John Daly on chat. You can listen to the show and read the chat here:

Carl Wilson - Live At My Father's Place (DJ L33 Stereo Remaster)81-04-11 The Beach Boys Daly Hinsche

It really is astonishing how much better the stuff sounds in a live setting. And what a band! I wish Carl would've done more with this band.
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