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The Beach Boys|
Fan site includes a what's new section, links page, tour information, band history, message board, chat room, lyrics, biographies, articles, book review, filmography, online store, discography.
Brown and Dutch Public Relations|
Out of date site includes band background and history.
News, calendar, message board and links for Al Jardine.
The Beach Boys Music Library|
Discography, MP3s, pictures, and links.
Carl Wilson Foundation|
Non profit organization to educate about the cancer that killed Carl.
Beach Boys Britain|
Links, news, newsletter archives, articles, album archive, message board, discography and timeline.
Capitol Records: Hollywood And Vine|
Tours, links, biography, photos, links.
The Smile Shop|
All about Smile; read and listen. History, essays, tracks, sessionsand links.
Fan site with mailing list, links, pictures, news, and audio downloads.
Al Jardine - Official Site|
Photo gallery, audio clips, slide show, fan club, biography, links.
Beach Boys Fan Club|
Official fan club includes a hot line, studio information and tour dates.
The Pet Sounds Sessions (Audio CD),04 November, 1997|
List price $63.98
Hear the Beach Boys in action recording Pet Sounds! / 5
To date,since the release of the album in 1966,The Beach Boys' PET SOUNDS is their biggest-selling non-compilation(BEST OF THE BEACH BOYS is the group's biggest-selling compilation). In this lavishly packaged box set,their fans will hear the group in action recording PS. You'll hear a dog barking next to other animal noises. Even Mike Love and the late Carl Wilson present broadcasts on various radio stations in America. You'll hear engineers manning the control panels and soundboards and speaking. You'll hear some broken takes,a cappella(voices only) versions of the songs and music alone. And finally,the master versions(those on the original album). CAROLINE NO was raised one key in the master version. The other versions sound like the live recording from THE BEACH BOYS IN CONCERT,released in 1973. PS hits include WOULDN'T IT BE NICE,GOD ONLY KNOWS and SLOOP JOHN B. I also like YOU STILL BELIEVE IN ME. In 2002,Brian Wilson did a series of concerts at London's Royal Albert Hall,performing all the PS songs by himself with a back-up band,of course(none of which were the surviving Beach Boys). Brian put out an album of those concerts. I dedicate this item to the memories of Carl and his' and Brian's brother Dennis.
The Beach Boys|
Beach Boys on Wilson & Alroy's Record Reviews, which contains reviews of about
4000 records - rock and roll, pop, jazz, funk, punk, hip hop, ...
Adrian's Album Reviews : The Beach Boys|
A guide to the music of The Beach Boys. Contains links & album reviews.
Eric Aniversario's Beach Boys Page!!!|
What's New Picture Archive Album Reviews Setlist Archive Writings Links ...
However, the big attraction here is the Beach Boys Setlist Archive. ...
dOc DVD Review: The Beach Boys: An American Band / Brian Wilson: I ...|
Image Transfer Review: As for The Beach Boys: An American Band, it's evident from
the get go that the video master used for VHS and laser disc production ...
Grizzly Bear roams a wide territory (Calendarlive.com)
The Brooklyn-based band showcases shimmering melodies from its second album, "Yellow House." It's rare anymore for a band to do anything truly surprising, given how many bands there have been since the dawn of the modern pop era.
'Magnetic' to the core (Chicago Sun-Times)
In the late '90s, as the alternative explosion waned and the most adventurous rock bands once again came from the indie world, none were more exciting than those that dubbed themselves part of the Elephant 6 Recording Company.
Noteworthy new kids music (The Christian Science Monitor)
These new offerings are the cure for the common kids song.
Six Degrees Gets Closer to the Police, Beatles, & Pink Floyd with Backspin (o...
In an era of seismic shifts in the music industry, the major record companies are dinosaurs, lumbering along, slow to evolve and, perhaps, doomed to extinction.
This week's hot 5 events (Arizona Daily Star)
Limbeck brings its brand of pop country to Plush
Pop/rock: Softer Goo Goo Dolls at Alliant (The Capital Times)
Perhaps the only thing that remains childish about the Goo Goo Dolls is the name. The Buffalo, N.Y., alternative-rock trio had more of a bratty, punky edge when they surfaced in the late 1980s, indicative of the name.
Dylan film gets fab face-lift (The Iowa City Press-Citizen)
Jim Musser?s weekly Music Beat column.
Day By Day This Weekend (RedNova)
By Dayday THURSDAY Let's go surfin' now, everybody's learnin' how; come on and safari with me... How can you not like lyrics like that? The Beach Boys symbolized eternal summer. Hearing their music still brings back feelings of carefree good times.
The Wrecking Crew (American Heritage)
Was Hal Blaine one of your favorite musicians back in the 1960s? How about Larry Knechtel? Carol Kaye? Oh yes they were.
Pop music ignores wedded bliss, misery (Chicago Tribune)
A look at last week's Billboard Top 50 finds plenty of songs about relationships in general, a few about dancing; there's even one about moving to Boston.
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