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Epic Concerts: The Beach Boys - Live at Knebworth 1980

On a cold and rainy summer’s eve in mid-June in Knebworth, England, the capacity crowd, tightly controlled through an increased security team following the happenings of Led Zeppelin’s set the year prior, a California band, far away from home, took the stage as the headlining act and fully brought with them the sounds of summers past, American sounds of the 1960s and ’70s, on-point vocal harmonies, and some California sunshine into an otherwise overcast evening. 431 more words


Two-Lane Blacktop

This semester I am enrolled in an American films of the seventies course at my school. The class is basically about how and why this strange time in American cinema came about and the landmark films that came out of it. 1,160 more words


Nebula's Eddie Glass doubts that Hendrix's acid would still be good


By Steve Newton

While preparing to interview Nebula guitarist-vocalist Eddie Glass, I honed in on his band’s Web site and came across a 1998 write-up from a concert at the Tattoo Bar in Forth Worth, Texas. 480 more words

American Made

Top 10 Beach Boys Songs Not From Pet Sounds/Smile/Smiley Smile:

1. I Need A Mess Of Help To Stand Alone
2. Never Learn Not To Love
3. Sail On Sailor
4. Surf’s Up
5. Little Bird… 17 more words

CARL WILSON - " Beach Boy " December 21st 1946 - February 6th 1998

Carl Wilson is one of the most-loved and much-missed vocalists and musicians of his generation, whose glorious voice and authoritative guitar graced scores of great recordings. 703 more words


Album Review: Pond - "Man It Feels Like Space Again"

This review originally appeared on Tonedeaf.com.au

Having already released three full length albums it seemed as though Pond were intent on being able to fly under the radar of the mid-noughtie’s psyche-rock resurgence. 1,145 more words

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"Cease to Exist" (Charles Manson 'music motive'/The Beach Boys association (2008. Documentary)


from Ryan Oksenberg 2 years ago

“Cease To Exist” (2008. Documentary) explores the music motive to the Manson murders and uncovers Charles Manson’s relationship with Beach Boys’ drummer Dennis Wilson and record producer Terry Melcher. 41 more words