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The Daily Cut: The Beach Boys "Good Vibrations"

The Beach Boys: “Good Vibrations”

ALBUM: Smiley Smile

YEAR: Released as a single in October 1966, it first appeared on album in September 1967

WRITERS: … 171 more words

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JT & Billy Kidd Podcast: Mike Love

We talked to Mike Love of the Beach Boys about his new book “Good Vibrations.”

Hear a wild story from the book about Charles Manson. And JT asks Billy to go to Depeche Mode with him. 33 more words

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The Beach Boys Ultimate Playlist

Introduction

For my own use, I decided to begin compiling a complete, chronological* list of every Beach Boys studio recording that currently circulates. This list includes solo recordings as well. 5,152 more words

Transcending the vicissitudes of life

Up until The White Album, the Beatles were a fairly unified bunch of music makers. They’d ascended to Fab Four status, toured to screaming fans, taken America by storm and were starting to feel fed up with it all. 895 more words

FlinterFile: The Beach Boys- California Saga

In 1973, the Beach Boys were in the Netherlands to record their album Holland. 111 more words

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Song Of The Day: The Beach Boys, "Girl Don't Tell Me"

The sad truth about summer romance is that they don’t last. Perhaps the best song to capture the harsh reality of this fact is Mr.  81 more words

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Beach Boys: After 'Smile'

If you wanted to isolate an individual moment that summed up the curious position of the Beach Boys vis à vis the changing modes of youth culture in 1967, you might come up with the one in “Darlin'”, a single released in that pivotal year, when Carl Wilson sings a phrase written by Mike Love which lands precisely in the space between a letterman’s sweater and a paisley kaftan, between the disappearing culture and the emerging one: “You’re so… 816 more words

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