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The Beach Boys: Beach Boys Party! Uncovered And Unplugged (2-CD)

(2015/Capitol) 81 tracks (!), 24-page booklet with fantastic artwork and great photos from the 1965 live party session at the A-Studio, playing tracks from other bands, some of their own songs, Rock'n'Roll classics and Beatles songs in an unplugged way. The double CD includes the original Party album plus tons of unreleased material and also studio dialogues when the boys are fooling around - Funny great party stuff! MM/Bear Family Records

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  • Interpret: The Beach Boys

  • Album titlle: Beach Boys Party! Uncovered And Unplugged (2-CD)

  • Label CAPITOL

  • Genre Rock'n'Roll

  • Year of publication 2015
  • Artikelart CD

  • EAN: 0602547517630

  • weight in Kg 0.245
Beach Boys, The - Beach Boys Party! Uncovered And Unplugged (2-CD) CD 1
01 Hully Gully
02 I Should Have Known Better
03 Tell Me Why
04 Papa Oom Mow Mow
05 Mountain Of Love
06 You Got To Hide Your Love Away
07 Devoted To You
08 Alley Oop
09 There's No Other (Like My Baby)
10 I Get Around-Little Deuce Coupe
11 The Times They Are A-Changin'
12 Barbara Ann
13 Let's Get This Party Rolling
14 I Should Have Know Better #1
15 Ruby Baby #1
16 (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction #1
17 Hully Gully #1
18 Blowin' In The Wind
19 'The Sunrays' Dialog
20 Ruby Baby #2
21 'The Masked Phantom' Dialog
22 Hully Gully #2
23 'Carl, Go Get Your Bass' Dialog
24 Hully Gully #3
25 (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction #2
26 'That's A Bad Guitar' Dialog
27 Ruby Baby #3
28 'What's The Matter, Carl?' Dialog
29 Ruby Baby #4
30 'Carl's Tires' Dialog
31 I Should Have Known Better #2
32 I Should Have Known Better #3
33 'Wasn't That Great Folks?' Dialog
34 Tell Me Why #1
35 Don't Worry Baby
36 You've Got To Hide Your Love Away #1
37 Little Deuce Coupe #1
38 California Girls
Beach Boys, The - Beach Boys Party! Uncovered And Unplugged (2-CD) CD 2
01 She Belongs To Me-The Artist (Laugh at Me) #1
02 Hang On Sloopy-You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'-Twist And Shout Fooling Around
03 Riot In Cell Block No9 #1
04 The Diary Fooling Around
05 'I Think We Better Do This Next Week' Dialog
06 'Let's Cook Now And Eat Later' Dialog
07 Tell My Why #2
08 I Should Have Known Better #4
09 'What I Want To Do' Dialog
10 'Are We Still In The Party?' Dialog
11 Mountain Of Love #1
12 'Where's Denny?' Dialog
13 Devoted to You #1
14 'What Are You Doing Now' Dialog
15 You've Got To Hide Your Love Away #2
16 'This Phony Party'/Ticket To Ride Dialog
17 Alley Oop #1
18 Alley Oop #2
19 'Tune It Like This' Dialog
20 There's No Other (Like My Baby) #1
21 There's No Other (Like My Baby) #2
22 'Do The Splits' Dialog
23 Devoted To You #2
24 Devoted To You #3
25 You've Got To Hide Your Love Away #3
26 I Get Around
27 Little Deuce Coupe #2
28 Mountain Of Love #2
29 Ticket To Ride #2
30 Riot In Cell Block No9 #2
31 The Artist (Laugh At Me) #2
32 One Kiss Led To Another
33 You've Got To Hide Your Love Away #4
34 You've Got To Hide Your Love Away #5
35 'What Did You Stop Us For Chuck?' Dialog
36 The Times They Are A-Changin'
37 Heart And Soul/Long Tall Sally Fooling Around
38 The Boy From New York City Fooling Around
39 Smokey Joe's Café
40 'I Got One More' Dialog
41 Barbara Ann #1
42 Barbara Ann #2
43 Barbara Ann #3
Beach Boys Brian Wilson (vocals, piano born June 20, 1942), Dennis Wilson (drums born 4. 12.... more
"The Beach Boys"

Beach Boys

Brian Wilson (vocals, piano born June 20, 1942),
Dennis Wilson (drums born 4. 12. 1944, died 28. 12. 1983),
Carl Wilson (vocals, guitar born 21. 12. 1946, died 6. 2. 1998),
Al Jardine (vocals, guitar born 3. 9. 1942) and
Mike Love (born 15. 3. 1941)

 

The Beach Boys, formed in 1961, still extant in 1975 with no prospect of dissolution, were America's only real challenge to the Beatles and certainly the most prominent white American group of the pre-psychedelic era.

The group's formation took place in a middle-class Los Angeles suburb of Hawthorne, and was centred around the teenage Wilson Brothers — Brian (born June 20, 1942); Dennis (Dec. 4, 1944); and Carl (Dec. 21, 1946) — their cousin Mike Love (March 15, 1941); and friend Alan Jardine (Sept. 3, 1942). Harmony singing had always been an important part of their family life, and when the Wilson parents took a holiday in Mexico in September 1961 it was a perfect opportunity for the kids to rent instruments and start a group in their living room. It was Dennis's addiction to the Californian sport of surf-ing that gave the group their initial identity, one which survives indelibly in the minds of today's audiences. He sug-gested that the group sing about the pastime, and a song (written by Brian and Mike) called `Surfin" was the im-mediate result.

Their father, Murray Wilson, himself a song-writer, took the boys along to his music publisher and the song was recorded in somewhat improvised conditions with Carl on guitar, Alan on acoustic bass, and Brian providing percussive support on a garbage can. The publisher procured a release for the record on the local X label and then the slightly larger Candix label, and against all the odds it stuck around the lower limits of the American Hot Hundred for six weeks — based mainly on sales to Californian surfer boys and girls, no doubt. They also began to appear in public, initially as the Pendletones (after a make of heavy plaid shirt which surfers wore and which became their early uni-form), briefly as Carl and the Passions, and ultimately as the Beach Boys, the last name being a suggestion from Can-dix's promotion man. Their concert debut under this name was in the Ritchie Valens Memorial Concert in Long Beach Municipal Auditorium on Dec. 31, 1961. Jardine left around this time to pursue his dentistry studies and was replaced by neighbour David Marks who played rhythm guitar, enabling Brian to switch to bass guitar.

Dennis played drums, while Mike Love- shared the lead vocals with Brian. When Candix, a small label, folded early in 1962, Murray Wilson took the boys along to Capitol Records and played producer Nik Venet acetates of `Surfin' Safari' and '409' — the latter a hymn in praise of the singer's car. Venet grasped the possibilities, signed the group, and `Surfin' Safari' became a national Top Twenty hit. 'Ten Little Indians', the follow-up, was a comparative flop, but the next one was big indeed : `Surfin' USA' reached No. 3 in the early summer of 1963. In addition, it laid bare the influences be-hind the growing talent of Brian Wilson, who was coming to the forefront as the group's real creative force. For `Surfin' USA' Brian had borrowed the tune and treatment from Chuck Berry's 'Sweet Little Sixteen', adding new words and a lead vocal surrounded by the beginnings of a cool, liquid harmony style strongly reminiscent of the Four Freshmen (and, by implication, the American glee-club tradition).

The next single, 'Surfer Girl', a wistful, yearning ballad emphasized the harmonies even more heavily as the voices began to twist and turn in creamy, close-packed, harmoni-cally sophisticated chorales, topped off with a gimmick adapted from East Coast vocal group records — Brian's cool, cruising falsetto, which became a major trademark. `Surfin' USA' and 'Surfer Girl' marked the complementary modes which Brian and the group explored for the next three years. The up-tempo style led to 'Fun Fun Fun', 'I Get Around' (a No. 1), 'When I Grow Up (To Be A Man)', `Dance Dance Dance', and 'Help Me Rhonda' (another No. 1) — all Top Ten hits in 1964 and 1965 — while the possibili-ties of the ballad form were explored with ever more trance-like effect in such classics as 'In My Room', 'The Lonely Sea', 'Girls On The Beach', 'Don't Worry Baby', 'The Warmth Of The Sun', 'She Knows Me Too Well', 'Kiss Me Baby', and 'Please Let Me Wonder' from the same period.

By this time, too, Jardine had returned to the fold, displacing Marks. On a wider front, the group's own influence had become widespread. Their early surfing records sparked off a com-plete genre, opening the way for performers like Jan and Dean (`Surf City'), Bruce (Johnston) and Terry (Melcher) with 'Summer Means Fun', Ronnie and the Daytonas (Teach Boy'), Jack Nitszche (`The Lonely Surfer'), Dick Dale and the Del-Tones (`Surf Beat'), and hundreds of aspiring Californian garage bands. When surfing's vogue dropped off, the Beach Boys put out an album of car songs called Little Deuce Coupe, featuring '409' alongside other beauties like 'Our Car Club', 'Cherry Cherry Coupe', `No-Go Showboat' and 'Custom Machine'. Sure enough, others responded : Jan and Dean with 'Dead Man's Curve' and `Drag City', Bruce and Terry with 'Custom Machine' and `Hot Rod USA', Ronnie and the Daytonas with 'GTO', the Rip-Chords with 'Hey Little Cobra' and 'Three Window Coupe'.

Through all this, Brian Wilson was as a journalist : absorbing and reflecting the emerging lifestyle of teenage California, a lifestyle which — luckily for him — kids from New York to London to Paris also decided they wanted to emulate. He wrote many of the early lyrics himself. In cold print they lack grace and wit, but sung by the group they are perfect expressions of teen angst in all its forms.

 

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Beach Boys, The - Beach Boys Party! Uncovered And Unplugged (2-CD) CD 1
01 Hully Gully
02 I Should Have Known Better
03 Tell Me Why
04 Papa Oom Mow Mow
05 Mountain Of Love
06 You Got To Hide Your Love Away
07 Devoted To You
08 Alley Oop
09 There's No Other (Like My Baby)
10 I Get Around-Little Deuce Coupe
11 The Times They Are A-Changin'
12 Barbara Ann
13 Let's Get This Party Rolling
14 I Should Have Know Better #1
15 Ruby Baby #1
16 (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction #1
17 Hully Gully #1
18 Blowin' In The Wind
19 'The Sunrays'
20 Ruby Baby #2
21 'The Masked Phantom'
22 Hully Gully #2
23 'Carl, Go Get Your Bass'
24 Hully Gully #3
25 (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction #2
26 'That's A Bad Guitar'
27 Ruby Baby #3
28 'What's The Matter, Carl?'
29 Ruby Baby #4
30 'Carl's Tires'
31 I Should Have Known Better #2
32 I Should Have Known Better #3
33 'Wasn't That Great Folks?'
34 Tell Me Why #1
35 Don't Worry Baby
36 You've Got To Hide Your Love Away #1
37 Little Deuce Coupe #1
38 California Girls
Beach Boys, The - Beach Boys Party! Uncovered And Unplugged (2-CD) CD 2
01 She Belongs To Me-The Artist (Laugh at Me) #1
02 Hang On Sloopy-You've Lost That Lovin' Feelin'-Twist And Shout
03 Riot In Cell Block No9 #1
04 The Diary
05 'I Think We Better Do This Next Week'
06 'Let's Cook Now And Eat Later'
07 Tell My Why #2
08 I Should Have Known Better #4
09 'What I Want To Do'
10 'Are We Still In The Party?'
11 Mountain Of Love #1
12 'Where's Denny?'
13 Devoted to You #1
14 'What Are You Doing Now'
15 You've Got To Hide Your Love Away #2
16 'This Phony Party'/Ticket To Ride
17 Alley Oop #1
18 Alley Oop #2
19 'Tune It Like This'
20 There's No Other (Like My Baby) #1
21 There's No Other (Like My Baby) #2
22 'Do The Splits'
23 Devoted To You #2
24 Devoted To You #3
25 You've Got To Hide Your Love Away #3
26 I Get Around
27 Little Deuce Coupe #2
28 Mountain Of Love #2
29 Ticket To Ride #2
30 Riot In Cell Block No9 #2
31 The Artist (Laugh At Me) #2
32 One Kiss Led To Another
33 You've Got To Hide Your Love Away #4
34 You've Got To Hide Your Love Away #5
35 'What Did You Stop Us For Chuck?'
36 The Times They Are A-Changin'
37 Heart And Soul/Long Tall Sally
38 The Boy From New York City
39 Smokey Joe's Café
40 'I Got One More'
41 Barbara Ann #1
42 Barbara Ann #2
43 Barbara Ann #3