Ding Dang - The Beach Boys - Love You (CD, Album)

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  • The Beach Boys Love You album was released in and marked Brian Wilson’s return to the complete creative leadership of the group. Brian wrote or co-wrote all 14 songs contained on the album and was its sole producer. The results were disappointing. The key question regarding Beach Boys Love You was Brian Wilson’s health.
  • This album was the result of a short-lived but much welcomed burst of creativity (and activity) by Brian Wilson in the mid 70s. It sounds nothing like the classic Beach Boys familiar world wide, and yet, it is the most cohesive, unified and, to my ears, "Beach Boys" album since Today and Summer Days/5(18).
  • Ragged and intimate, LOVE YOU alone makes this disc a must for fans of the band and scholars of alternative pop. 69 % off Ultimate Rock & Roll Time Capsule, Volume 2 - Disc 1 (CD)4/5(41).
  • An album of half-assed covers and a few dryly produced originals? But if you look through the sessions you would find a good amount of originals that could've made for a great comeback album. I'll be going with Dennis's original title for the album Group Therapy since 15 Big Ones makes it sound too cheesy. I also won't be using the cover since.
  • May 18,  · Beach Boys Survivor Match Love You. Album Discussion. The Beach Boys. Bootlegs. Compilations and Boxsets. Movies, Books, and DVDs. Brian Wilson. Al Jardine. Bruce Johnston. David Marks. Blondie Chaplin. Ricky Faatar. Non-Beach Boys. General Discussion. EHer’s Who Make Music. Politics & World Affairs. Forum Business. Forum Rules.
  • The Beach Boys are an iconic American rock band, frequently cited as one of the most influential and commercially successful groups in the history of popular music due to their intricate vocal harmonies, studio experiments, and novel approaches to pop songwriting. Rooted in doo-wop and rock and roll, their early string of vocal surf hits defined the '60s California Sound.
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  • This album was the result of a short-lived but much welcomed burst of creativity (and activity) by Brian Wilson in the mid 70s. It sounds nothing like the classic Beach Boys familiar world wide, and yet, it is the most cohesive, unified and, to my ears, "Beach Boys" album since Today and Summer Days/5(8).
  • / Ding and a ding dong / Ding (ding) dang (woo!) / Ding and a ding dong / I love a girl, I love her so madly / I treat her so fine but she treats me Album The Beach Boys Love You. Ding Dang.

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