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05 Dez 2017 15:03 #906116 von DumbAngel
Am 8.12 kommt die nächste Ladung. Es heißt, dass es sich um folgenden Inhalt handelt:


According to the new winter edition of Endless Summer Quarterly, published today:

- Sunshine Tomorrow 2 - 29 additional tracks from the Smiley Smile sessions, the Lei'd in Hawaii Wally Heider Studio sessions, and the Wild Honey sessions, including the unreleased "Good News"

- Live Sunshine - 109 performances from 7 shows in 5 states during the 1967 tour
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09 Dez 2017 12:53 #906165 von DumbAngel
Beach Boys Unearth Rare Studio, Live Tracks for New 'Sunshine' Sets

'1967 – Sunshine Tomorrow 2: The Studio Sessions' features 29 studio session recordings; 'Live Sunshine – 1967' includes 109 live recordings

www.rollingstone.com/music/news/beach-bo...-live-tracks-w513652

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10 Mai 2018 17:38 #910634 von DumbAngel
Keine Archivveröffentlichung, aber einen neuen Thread ist es mir nicht wert. Jetzt hat's die Beach Boys nämlich auch erwischt:


Los Angeles / London – May 10, 2018 – The Beach Boys are pleased to announce a new album, The Beach Boys With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, to be released worldwide on June 8 by Capitol/UMe. Produced by Nick Patrick and Don Reedman, the album pairs The Beach Boys’ original vocal performances with new symphonic arrangements, newly recorded by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra at Abbey Road Studios. Available now for preorder in digital, CD, and 180-gram 2LP vinyl LP formats (2LP vinyl to be released August 17), The Beach Boys With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra spans decades of timeless Beach Boys hits and favorites across its 17 tracks.



Starting today, “Fun, Fun, Fun” is available for streaming and for immediate download with digital album preorder. Preorder The Beach Boys With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra: UMe.lnk.to/BeachBoysOrchestralPR



Watch / embed a brief trailer video for The Beach Boys With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra: UMe.lnk.to/BeachBoysOrchestralTrailerPR



On March 8 and 9, 2018, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra convened in Studio 2 at Universal Music Group’s Abbey Road Studios in London, the storied room where The Beatles, Pink Floyd, and other legendary artists have recorded some of the world’s most cherished music. There, they recorded new orchestral arrangements to complement The Beach Boys’ classic vocal harmonies from the legendary group’s original recordings. Conducted by Steve Sidwell and Sally Herbert, who also wrote several of the album’s new symphonic arrangements, the orchestra dove into The Beach Boys classics, including the new album’s earliest hit, 1964’s “Fun, Fun, Fun,” and its most recent one, 1988’s “Kokomo.” The album also features the orchestra’s new turns on the signature classics “Good Vibrations,” “California Girls,” “Wouldn’t It Be Nice,” “God Only Knows,” “Sloop John B,” “Help Me, Rhonda,” “In My Room,” “Disney Girls,” and several more. The resulting album, The Beach Boys With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, honors The Beach Boys’ artistry and innovation in an inspired new way with the group’s first album collaboration with a full orchestra.



Beach Boys co-founder Brian Wilson says, "I always knew the vocal arrangements I did back in the 1960s would lend themselves perfectly for a symphony and there is no better one in the world than the Royal Philharmonic. I am both proud and humbled by what they have created using our songs and I hope everyone falls in love with it like I have.”



Beach Boys co-founder Mike Love says, “This album is one of a kind. I think the fact that the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra has accompanied The Beach Boys with these great arrangements is just a phenomenal thing. It’s a whole other dimension to our music.”



The Beach Boys’ Al Jardine says, “Don Reedman and Nick Patrick did a terrific job on this. I can’t imagine having more fun than taking some of these great songs and putting them into this perspective. They did a beautiful job of arranging the music around the original vocals, which I think is a terrific idea. It makes the music feel new all over again!”



The Beach Boys’ Bruce Johnston says, “When I listened to the album, I realized that the new arrangements performed by the orchestra didn’t add the wrong kind of weight. They just added the beautiful fairy dust of the orchestra to what we already recorded. It’s another interpretation of us without losing the groundwork of us. I really like it.”



The Beach Boys With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra co-producer Nick Patrick says, “I’m a complete and utter fan of The Beach Boys and the way their music makes you feel. The Beach Boys’ music is so multi-layered -- you can experience it on so many layers. You’ve got the obvious harmonies, which are amazing. But what we found making this record is when you dig down into the arrangements, they’re extraordinary. They’re fresh. They’re new. They’re complex. They’re beautiful and constructed in a completely original way.”



The Beach Boys With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra co-producer Don Reedman says, “To be able to make this record, it’s a great honor. The feeling you get, listening to the original recordings and the performances, and then to be able to put our expression into their recordings through our arrangements and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is an absolute thrill.”



The Beach Boys continue to hold Billboard / Nielsen SoundScan’s record as America’s top-selling band for albums and singles, and they are also the American group with the most Billboard Top 40 chart hits (36). “Good Vibrations” was inducted into the GRAMMY Hall of Fame® in 1994. ‘Sounds Of Summer: The Very Best Of The Beach Boys’ has achieved triple-Platinum sales status and ‘The SMiLE Sessions,’ released to worldwide critical acclaim in 2011, was heralded as the year’s Best Reissue by Rolling Stone and earned a GRAMMY Award® for Best Historical Album. That’s Why God Made The Radio, The Beach Boys’ 2012 studio album celebrating their 50th anniversary, debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 albums chart.



Inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1988 and recipients of The Recording Academy’s Lifetime Achievement Award, The Beach Boys are a beloved American institution that remains iconic around the world.

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The story of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra (RPO) is colorful and dramatic with a reputation worldwide for music-making of the highest quality. In 1946, Sir Thomas Beecham set out to create a world-class ensemble from the finest musicians in the UK. Beecham envisioned an orchestra that would bring the greatest music to audiences across the world and, to this day, Beecham’s legacy lives on. Over the years, the RPO has become a byword for exceptional quality and versatility, undertaking a diverse range of activities from traditional concerts in concert halls to classical spectaculars and ‘cross-over’ concerts in arenas. The Orchestra is London-based and performs regularly at the Royal Albert Hall, Cadogan Hall and Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall, as well as undertaking a busy schedule of UK concerts, international tours, recordings for CD, film and television, and community and education work. For more information, visit www.rpo.co.uk .



The Beach Boys With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra [CD; Digital; 2LP Vinyl]

1. California Suite

2. California Girls

3. Wouldn’t It Be Nice

4. Fun, Fun, Fun

5. Don’t Worry Baby

6. God Only Knows

7. Sloop John B

8. Heroes And Villains

9. Disney Girls

10. Here Today

11. In My Room

12. Kokomo

13. The Warmth Of The Sun

14. Darlin’

15. Help Me, Rhonda

16. You Still Believe In Me

17. Good Vibrations

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10 Mai 2018 19:11 #910636 von Atomic Powered Poster
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Sind wir Elvis-Fans nicht mehr allein mit unserem Leid. Würde mich ja fast interessieren ob die BB-Fans ähnliche Rechtfertigungs-Krücken erfinden wie manche Elvis-Fans. Etwa, dass so die Jugend auf die Musik der BB ....... :wub:

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10 Mai 2018 19:47 #910637 von DumbAngel

Atomic Powered Poster schrieb: Würde mich ja fast interessieren ob die BB-Fans ähnliche Rechtfertigungs-Krücken erfinden wie manche Elvis-Fans.


Nein, tun sie nicht. Bei Beach Boys Fans wird Dreck meist als Dreck bezeichnet. Gold wird nur bei Elvis-Fans daraus :grin:

Noch nicht mal Lieder aus dem Katalog, die sich besser zu so etwas eignen, hat man genommen.

Ich hoffe, diese Unart der Verwurstung wird bald wieder aus der Mode kommen. Das ist ja schlimm. Elvis, Roy Orbison, Beach Boys....

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11 Mai 2018 09:59 #910638 von Earth Boy
So ein Album gibt es mittlerweile auch von Aretha Franklin. Das gibt es wohl bald von jedem.

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30 Nov 2018 10:48 - 30 Nov 2018 11:04 #916493 von DumbAngel
Für dieses Jahr scheint eine Veröffentlichung mit den '68er Sessions anzustehen. Howie Edelson schreibt:

The thing that stands out most about the new '68 material is how untouched by contemporary influences Brian is throughout. Sans a few instances where you can pick up a decidedly Bacharach vibe -- this music is pure Brian. He was going somewhere pretty unique before the "pause." On the other hand, the Dennis music -- and there is A LOT of it -- shows him blossoming in real time, feeling his way through. REALLY powerful stuff -- also devoid of any contemporary influences. Eerily, this music feels very modern. The overriding feeling I get is akin to when McCartney caught up to Lennon at Rubber Soul and Revolver. This BB period has two leaders pretty much creating a quality of work that's neck and neck with each other. It's arguably the one and only time it went down like this. I'm blown away by this stuff, probably more so than I was by the '67 stash.



Und was anderes. Hier ein Video von der ersten Show, in der Brian, Al und Blondie das '64er Weihnachtsalbum komplett spielen, sowie weitere Weihnachtssongs:

onedrive.live.com/?authkey=%21AJRHyc66qN...0128A5%21214&o=OneUp
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30 Nov 2018 17:19 #916499 von Earth Boy
Ich habe gerade die Tage auf Spotify die Vocal Only Version von Heroes and Villains gehört, die auf der Sunshine Tomorrow 2 veröffentlicht wurde. Die ist einfach nur magisch! Aber gut, ich liebe das Lied schon immer. Mir ist auch das erste Mal aufgefallen, dass die BB im Hintergrund von Girls und Boys singen.

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06 Dez 2018 12:44 #916644 von DumbAngel
Hier ein paar Infos zur nächsten Vö. Mehr kommt bald (wohl morgen?):


Wake The World 1968 - The Friends Sessions with 32 tracks and I Can Hear Music - 1968 - The 20/20 Sessions with 40 tracks Also contains a version of Passing By with lyrics

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07 Dez 2018 15:39 - 07 Dez 2018 15:44 #916671 von DumbAngel
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THE BEACH BOYS 1968 - WAKE THE WORLD: THE FRIENDS SESSIONS

Meant For You (alternate version with session intro) (2:17) 
(B. Wilson-M. Love) 
Lead vocal: Mike & Brian 

Recorded April 1, 1968

Friends (backing track) (2:38) 
(B. Wilson-C. Wilson-D.Wilson-Jardine)

Recorded March 13, 1968

Friends (a Cappella) (2:20) 
(B. Wilson-C. Wilson-D.Wilson-Jardine) 
Lead vocal: Carl (with Brian)

Recorded March, 1968

Wake The World (alternate version) (2:12)
(B. Wilson-Jardine) 
Lead vocal: Group

Recorded March 28 & 30, April 1, 1968

Be Here In The Morning (backing track) (2:20) 
(B. Wilson-C. Wilson-D. Wilson-Love-Jardine) 

Recorded March 29, 1968

When A Man Needs A Woman (early take basic track) (0:50)
 (B. Wilson-D. Wilson-Jardine-Korthof-Parks)

Recorded March 18, 1968

When A Man Needs A Woman (alternate version) (2:08)
 (B. Wilson-D. Wilson-Jardine-Korthof-Parks) 
Lead vocal: Brian

Basic track recorded March 18, 1968; vocals recorded March, 1968

Passing By (alternate version) (1:44)
(B. Wilson) 
Lead vocal: Brian

Recorded March 22, 1968

Anna Lee The Healer (session excerpt) (1:22)
 (B. Wilson-Love)

Recorded April 2, 1968

Anna Lee The Healer (a Cappella) (1:54)
 (B. Wilson-Love) 
Lead Vocal: Group

Recorded April 2, 1968

Little Bird (backing track) (2:00) 
(D.Wilson-Kalinich)

Recorded February 29, 1968

Little Bird (a Cappella) (2:04)
 (D.Wilson-Kalinich) 
Lead vocal: Dennis & Carl

Vocals recorded February 29 - March, 1968


Be Still (alternate take with session excerpt) (2:09)
 (D.Wilson-Kalinich) Lead vocal: Dennis

Recorded April 3,1968

Even Steven (early version of “Busy Doin’ Nothin’) (2:52) 
(B. Wilson) 
Lead vocal: Brian

Recorded March 26, 1968

Diamond Head (alternate version with session excerpt) (4:33) 
(Vescovo-Ritz-Ackley-B. Wilson)

Recorded April 12, 1968

New Song (Transcendental Meditation) (backing track with partial vocals) (1:51)
 (B. Wilson)

Recorded March, 1968

Transcendental Meditation (backing track with session excerpt) (2:22)
 (B. Wilson-Love-Jardine)

Recorded April 4, 1968

Transcendental Meditation (a Cappella) (1:52) 
(B. Wilson-Love-Jardine)
 All vocals: Brian

Recorded April 4, 1968

My Little Red Book (2:45) 
(Bacharach-David) 
Lead vocal: Brian

Recorded April, 1968

Away (track) (0:57) 
(D. Wilson-Hinsche)

Recorded circa January 1968

I’m Confessin’ (demo) (2:17) 
(B. Wilson)

Recorded February or March, 1968

I’m Confessin’ / You’re As Cool As Can Be 1 (track) (1:38) 
(B. Wilson)

Recorded February or March, 1968

You’re As Cool As Can Be 2 (track) (1:14)
 (B. Wilson)

Recorded February or March, 1968

Be Here In The Morning Darling (track) (3:29) 
(B. Wilson)

Recorded March 6, 1968

Our New Home (track) (2:02) 
(B. Wilson) 

Recorded March 20, 1968

New Song (track) (1:26) 
(B. Wilson) 

Recorded March, 1968

Be Still (alternate track) (1:03)
 (D. Wilson-Kalinich)

Recorded March, 1968

Rock and Roll Woman (track) (2:19) (Stills)
 Recorded March, 1968

Time To Get Alone (alternate version demo) (2:04) 
(B. Wilson)

Recorded March, 1968

Untitled 1/25/68 (track) (1:07) 
(D. Wilson)

Recorded January 25, 1968

Passing By (demo with new lyrics c1971) (2:34) 
(B. Wilson-Shapiro-Almer) 
Lead vocal: Brian (with Stan Shapiro & Tandyn Almer)

Demo recorded circa 1971

Child Is Father Of The Man (original 1966 track mix) (3:36)
 (B. Wilson)

Recorded, mixed & edited late 1966



THE BEACH BOYS 1968:
Brian Wilson, Carl Wilson, Dennis Wilson, Mike Love, Al Jardine & Bruce Johnston

Compilation and New Mixes Produced by Mark Linett & Alan Boyd
Edited, Mixed and Mastered by Mark Linett at Your Place Or Mine

Executive Producers: Matt D’Amico & Peter Fletcher
Art Direction: Susan Lavoie

Original Recordings Produced by The Beach Boys
Engineers: Stephen Desper & Jim Lockert

Brother Records, Inc: Jerry Schilling, President

Session Research: Craig Slowinski

Special Thanks: Howie Edelson; Elliot Kendall; Ross Schwartz; Mark Kaplan; Pacific Title Archives; Al Gomes, Connie Watrous & The Rhode Island BB Posse; Stanley Shapiro; Billy Hinsche; Stephen Kalinich; Brad Rosenberger; Lee Dempsey; Andrew G. Doe; Margaret Gwynne; Betty Collignon Wright; Lori Lightfoot; Steve Latshaw; Panayiotis Bogdanos; Les Chan; Monty & Bailey Linett, David Beard & Endless Summer Quarterly







THE BEACH BOYS 1968 - I CAN HEAR MUSIC - THE 20/20 SESSIONS

Do It Again (alternate stereo mix) (2:46)
 (Brian Wilson-Mike Love) 
Lead vocal: Mike (with Carl)

Recorded May 26, June 6 & 12, 1968

Do It Again (a Cappella) (2:30)
 (Brian Wilson-Mike Love) 
Lead Vocal: Mike (with Carl)

Recorded May 26, June 6 & 12, 1968

I Can Hear Music (demo) (1:00) 
(Barry-Greenwich-Spector) 
Lead vocal: Carl

Recorded circa September, 1968

I Can Hear Music (track and backing vocals) (2:42) 
(Barry-Greenwich-Spector) 
Lead vocal: Carl

Recorded October 1, 1968 (track), October, 1968 (vocals)

Bluebirds Over The Mountain (alternate mix) (2:56) 
(Hickey) 
Lead vocal: Mike

Recorded September 29, 1967, October 15, 16, 28 & 29, 1968

Be With Me (demo) (2:45)
 (D. Wilson) 
Lead vocal: Dennis

Recorded August 29, 1968

Be With Me (2018 track mix) (3:17)
 (D. Wilson)

Recorded October 2 & 16, 1968

All I Want To Do (Dennis Wilson lead vocal take 2) (2:13) 
(D. Wilson) 
Lead vocal: Dennis

Recorded November 9, 14, 16, 20 & 21, 1968

The Nearest Faraway Place (alternate take) (2:13) 
(Johnston)

Recorded June 20, 1968

Cotton Fields (track and backing vocals) (2:25) 
(Ledbetter)


Recorded November 18 & 19, 1968

I Went To Sleep (a Cappella 2018 mix) (1:35) 
(B. Wilson-C. Wilson)
 Lead vocal: Group

Recorded June 1968

Time To Get Alone (a Cappella) (3:36) 
(B. Wilson) 
Lead vocal: Carl (with Brian and Al)

Recorded October 2 & 4, 1968

Never Learn Not To Love (track and backing vocals) (2:25) 
(D. Wilson)

Recorded September 11, 16, 17 & 18 1968

Never Learn Not To Love (a Cappella) (2:23)
 (D. Wilson)
Lead vocal: Dennis
Recorded September 17 & 18, 1968

Walk On By (2018 mix) (1:55) 
(Bacharach-David)
 Lead vocal: Brian

Recorded May 29, 1968

Rendezvous (Do It Again early version) (2018 mix) (2:36)
 (Brian Wilson-Mike Love) 
Lead vocal: Mike (with Brian)

Recorded May 26, 1968

We’re Together Again (a Cappella) (2:01) 
(B. Wilson-R. Wilson) 
Lead vocal: Brian (with Dennis & Carl)

Recorded May 22 - 29, 1968

I Can Hear Music (alternate lead vocal) (2:11)
 (Barry-Greenwich-Spector) 
Lead vocal: Carl

Recorded October 1, 1968

All I Wanna Do (early version track) (2:24) 
(Brian Wilson-Mike Love)

Recorded May 24 & June 8, 1968

Sail Plane Song (2018 mix) (2:19)
 (B. Wilson-C. Wilson) 
Lead vocal: Brian

Recorded June 8, 1968

Old Man River (a Capella 2018 mix) (1:18) 
(Kern-Hammerstein) 
Lead vocal: Group

Recorded June 5, 1968

Medley: Old Folks At Home/Old Man River (alternate version) (2:57) 
(Foster/Kern-Hammerstein)
 Lead vocal: Group

Recorded June 10, 1968

Medley: Old Folks At Home/Old Man River (alternate version track) (2:59) 
(Foster/Kern-Hammerstein)

Recorded June 10, 1968

Walkin’ (2:48)
 (B. Wilson-Jardine) 
Lead vocal: Brian

Track recorded June 18 & 19, 1968; vocal recorded circa October, 1969

Been Way Too Long (sections) (7:56)
 (B. Wilson) 
Lead vocal: Brian (and the group)

Recorded Fall 1967, July 24, 25, 26 & 30, 1968

Well You Know I Knew (1:42) 
(D. Wilson)
 Lead vocal: Dennis

Recorded June 3, 1968

Love Affair (demo) (2:00) 
(D. Wilson)
 Lead vocal: Dennis

Recorded August 29, 1968

Peaches (demo) (2:26)
 (D. Wilson) 
Lead vocal: Dennis

Recorded August 29, 1968

The Gong (session highlights) (5:29)
(D. Wilson) 
Lead vocal: Dennis
Recorded November 16, 1968

A Time To Live In Dreams (2018 mix) (1:54) 
(D. Wilson-Kalinich)
 Lead vocal: Dennis

Recorded November 1, 1968

All I Want To Do (early version) (1:12) 
(D. Wilson)
 Lead vocal: Dennis

Recorded October 16, 1968

All I Want To Do (Dennis Wilson lead vocal take 1) (2:10) 
(D. Wilson)
 Lead vocal: Dennis

Recorded November 9, 14, 16, 20 & 21, 1968

Bluebirds Over The Mountain (basic track) (1:48)
 (Hickey)

Recorded September 29, 1967

Bluebirds Over The Mountain (mono single mix) (2:51) 
(Hickey) 
Lead vocal: Mike

Recorded September 29, 1967, October 15, 16, 28 & 29, 1968

Mona Kana (demo) (1:16)
 (D. Wilson-Kalinich) 

Recorded July 25, 1968

Mona Kana (2018 mix) (3:03) 
(D. Wilson-Kalinich)

Recorded November 15, 1968

We’re Together Again (remake track with backing vocals) (1:58)
 (B. Wilson-R. Wilson)

Recorded September 3, 6 & 9, 1968

Time To Get Alone (remake track) (2:46)
 (B. Wilson)

Recorded November 21, 1968

Oh Yeah (0:54)
 unknown 
Lead vocal: unknown

Recorded October 14, 1968

Is It True What They Say About Dixie (Audree Wilson) (1:47)
 (Caesar-Lerner-Gerald) 
Lead vocal: Audree Wilson

Recorded 1968



THE BEACH BOYS 1968:
Brian Wilson, Carl Wilson, Dennis Wilson, Mike Love, Al Jardine & Bruce Johnston

Compilation and New Mixes Produced by Mark Linett & Alan Boyd
Edited, Mixed and Mastered by Mark Linett at Your Place Or Mine

Executive Producers: Matt D’Amico & Peter Fletcher
Art Direction: Susan Lavoie

Original Recordings Produced by The Beach Boys

Engineer: Stephen Desper

Brother Records, Inc: Jerry Schilling, President

Session Research: Craig Slowinski

Special Thanks: Howie Edelson; Elliot Kendall; Ross Schwartz; Mark Kaplan; Pacific Title Archives; Stephen Kalinich; Al Gomes, Connie Watrous & The Rhode Island BB Posse; Brad Rosenberger; Les Prebilsky; Lee Dempsey; Andrew G. Doe; Margaret Gwynne; Betty Collignon Wright; Lori Lightfoot; Steve Latshaw; Panayiotis Bogdanos; Les Chan; Monty & Bailey Linett; David Beard & Endless Summer Quarterly

Letzte Änderung: 07 Dez 2018 15:44 von DumbAngel.
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07 Dez 2018 17:27 #916675 von Earth Boy
Da bin ich mal sehr gespannt, wie die Outtakes sind von den zwei Alben, die ich sehr gerne mag.

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10 Dez 2018 11:08 - 10 Dez 2018 11:29 #916815 von DumbAngel
Hier die Playlists der beiden - sehr interessanten (!) - Zusammenstellungen (notfalls im neuen Fenster öffnen):








Interessant, dass die Legende zu stimmen scheint, dass Dennis nach dem mitgeschnittenen Sex bei "All I want to do" einen zweiten "Take" hinlegte. Hier hören wir ihn nach dem Playback fragen. :blush: Stephen Desper erzählte die Geschichte mal auf dem SmileySmileBoard
Es soll auch diesen Monat noch ein Live-Set erscheinen. Wahrscheinlich die Aufnahmen für das Live in London-Album, denke ich
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10 Dez 2018 19:17 #916824 von DumbAngel
Die obigen Links scheinen nicht zur Playlist zu führen. Hier nochmal zu den Playlists des Accounts:

www.youtube.com/user/BeachBoys/playlists
Folgende Benutzer bedankten sich: Earth Boy

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10 Dez 2018 22:12 - 10 Dez 2018 22:13 #916830 von Rider

DumbAngel schrieb: Die obigen Links scheinen nicht zur Playlist zu führen. Hier nochmal zu den Playlists des Accounts:

www.youtube.com/user/BeachBoys/playlists

Vielen Dank! Ich konnte schon nicht einschlafen...
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