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« on: March 22, 2022, 10:35:35 AM »

I would like to give a shout out to the YouTube channel called Beach Boys Talk. They interviewed author and musician Jon Stebbins recently. He mentioned something about Dennis recording enough material to record 3 album's in 76-77. We all know about Pacific Ocean Blue and Bambu. But he mentioned another working title called Tornadoes.  Anyone know anything about this? Have songs been circulating from it?
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"Over the years, I've been accused of not supporting our new music from this era (67-73) and just wanting to play our hits. That's complete b.s......I was also, as the front man, the one promoting these songs onstage and have the scars to show for it."
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« Reply #1 on: March 22, 2022, 05:23:06 PM »

I would like to give a shout out to the YouTube channel called Beach Boys Talk. They interviewed author and musician Jon Stebbins recently. He mentioned something about Dennis recording enough material to record 3 album's in 76-77. We all know about Pacific Ocean Blue and Bambu. But he mentioned another working title called Tornadoes.  Anyone know anything about this? Have songs been circulating from it?

Tornado was a working title for Bambu...another was End Of The Line, according to Carli Muņoz. Since Dennis had a three-album deal with Caribou, the latter title may have been earmarked for the last of the three. Anyway, there were plenty of reports at the time of him recording all three albums in rapid succession, but as we know the latter two were never completed. There are probably enough unfinished tracks, instrumental-only tracks, alternate versions, alternate mixes...and POB tour rehearsal tapes...to fill up another release, should Mr. Guercio decide to bankroll it. Smiley

For further reading on this topic, I refer you to http://beachboysarchives.com/page11...and http://beachboysarchives.com/page12.
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« Reply #2 on: March 22, 2022, 06:26:14 PM »

I would like to give a shout out to the YouTube channel called Beach Boys Talk. They interviewed author and musician Jon Stebbins recently. He mentioned something about Dennis recording enough material to record 3 album's in 76-77. We all know about Pacific Ocean Blue and Bambu. But he mentioned another working title called Tornadoes.  Anyone know anything about this? Have songs been circulating from it?

Tornado was a working title for Bambu...another was End Of The Line, according to Carli Muņoz. Since Dennis had a three-album deal with Caribou, the latter title may have been earmarked for the last of the three. Anyway, there were plenty of reports at the time of him recording all three albums in rapid succession, but as we know the latter two were never completed. There are probably enough unfinished tracks, instrumental-only tracks, alternate versions, alternate mixes...and POB tour rehearsal tapes...to fill up another release, should Mr. Guercio decide to bankroll it. Smiley

For further reading on this topic, I refer you to http://beachboysarchives.com/page11...and http://beachboysarchives.com/page12.

Thanks for the info!
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Mike Love autobiography (pg 242-243)
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« Reply #3 on: March 24, 2022, 01:36:24 PM »

For further reading on this topic, I refer you to http://beachboysarchives.com/page11...and http://beachboysarchives.com/page12.

Not to forget the interview which was originally published in Scene Magazine on January 13th, 1977: https://www.danaddington.com/denny/scene.html
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