I’d Love To Say Data - The Beach Boys - Smile (CD)

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9 thoughts on “ I’d Love To Say Data - The Beach Boys - Smile (CD)

  1. Zolokree Reply
    * Items below may differ depending on the release. Review Two great '67 albums on one CD. Smiley Smile is almost as brilliant as Pet Sounds, while the grittier Wild Honey proves the Beach Boys could throw plenty of muscle into their windswept psychedelia. "Good Vibrations" is the greatest #1 hit of all time while "Heroes & Villains" is the coolest.
  2. Meztijinn Reply
    Nov 02,  · The Beach Boys' "Smile" is the album that haunted Brian Wilson for four decades.. The unfinished Beach Boys work devastated Wilson even though it later confirmed his legend as a musical visionary.
  3. Gudal Reply
    Dec 24,  · Disc 2 contains an all-stereo, all-Beach Boys version of SMiLE, structured in three movements just as ’s Brian Wilson Presents SMiLE; as a bonus, it also contains several vintage Brian Wilson mixes—mostly a reconstruction and remaster of Brian Wilson’s December Comp Reel, his first attempt to compile a series of SMiLE era pakhaisuversrivicnesssogosanddresjoe.coinfo: Soniclovenoize.
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  5. Guzragore Reply
    Editors’ Notes Smile is firmly entrenched as a great album that never was; 35 years after the fact, historians and archeologists were still trying to put the pieces together. It was intended as the follow-up to the landmark Pet Sounds and was meant to further establish Brian Wilson as the creative better to Lennon and McCartney. But Wilson lost his way; he became obsessed with .
  6. Mojin Reply
    Sep 22,  · This is an UPGRADE to my reconstruction of The Beach Boys SMiLE album. The goal of this reconstruction is to recreate what the SMiLE album would have sounded like in if it had actually been finished. To do this we must discard any notion of the “correct” tracks sequence from the album Brian Wilson present SMiLE, as well the first disc of the SMiLE .
  7. Fenriran Reply
    Smile is an unfinished album by the American rock band the Beach Boys that was planned to follow their 11th studio album Pet Sounds (). It was to be a twelve-track concept LP assembled from short, interchangeable musical fragments similar to the group's single "Good Vibrations".Instead, the album was shelved and the group released a downscaled version, Smiley Smile.
  8. Arashishakar Reply
    Aug 18,  · This does leave off a bunch of song-fragments that I really like, but don't feel finished to me; but makes for a more coherent listen, yet feels like something that the Beach Boys could've released in early '67 in terms of number of tracks and album length.
  9. Mujas Reply
    Jun 18,  · The best SMiLE comp/album you can make is to ignore the concept. Take the best 12 songs recorded during that era and make an album. You can try to loosely tie in a theme to the project, like Pepper, but don't get hung up on a deep dive into each track.

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