History Music / TheBeachBoys

23rd Aug '16 5:25:50 AM 3rdStringPG
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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The fade-out to "All I Want To Do" from ''Music/TwentyTwenty'' contains the sounds of a woman [[TheImmodestOrgasm in the throes of passion]] buried deep in the mix.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The fade-out to "All I Want To Do" from ''Music/TwentyTwenty'' contains the sounds of a woman [[TheImmodestOrgasm in the throes of passion]] buried deep in the mix. WordOfGod suggests the woman was having sex with Dennis Wilson in the studio when the part was recorded, almost two decades before GunsNRoses supposedly did something similar in the recording of the song "Rocket Queen".
3rd Aug '16 1:27:25 PM Mdumas43073
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* 1969 - "Break Away" / "Celebrate The News"

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* 1969 - "Break Away" / "Celebrate The the News"
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* 1980 - ''Keepin' The Summer Alive''

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* 1980 - ''Keepin' The the Summer Alive''



* 1992 - ''Summer In Paradise''
* 1993 - ''Summer In Paradise'' [[note]]A remix of this album, released only in the UK[[/note]]
* 1996 - ''Stars And Stripes Vol. 1''

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* 1992 - ''Summer In Paradise''
* 1993 - ''Summer In Paradise'' [[note]]A
in Paradise''[[note]]A remix of this album, album was released only in the UK[[/note]]
UK only the following year.[[/note]]
* 1996 - ''Stars And and Stripes Vol. 1''



* 2012 - ''That's Why God Made The Radio''

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* 2012 - ''That's Why God Made The the Radio''



* 1970 - ''Live In London'' [[note]]Released worldwide except the US, where it was released in 1976 with the title ''Beach Boys '69''[[/note]]
* 1973 - ''The Beach Boys In Concert''

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* 1970 - ''Live In in London'' [[note]]Released worldwide except the US, where it was released in 1976 with the title ''Beach Boys '69''[[/note]]
* 1973 - ''The Beach Boys In in Concert''



* 2002 - ''Good Timin': Live At Knebworth, England 1980''

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* 2002 - ''Good Timin': Live At at Knebworth, England 1980''



* 2014 - ''Live In Sacramento 1964''

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* 2014 - ''Live In in Sacramento 1964''



* 1961 - "Surfin" [[note]]Otherwise available on their 1962 album ''Surfin' Safari''[[/note]] / "Luau"

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* 1961 - "Surfin" "Surfin[='=]" [[note]]Otherwise available on their 1962 album ''Surfin' Safari''[[/note]] / "Luau"



* 1967 - "Heroes And Villains" [[note]]Otherwise available on their 1967 album ''Smiley Smile''[[/note]] / "You're Welcome"

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* 1967 - "Heroes And and Villains" [[note]]Otherwise available on their 1967 album ''Smiley Smile''[[/note]] / "You're Welcome"



* 1974 - "Child Of Winter" / "Susie Cincinnati" [[note]]Otherwise available on their 1976 album ''15 Big Ones''[[/note]]
* 1979 - "It's A Beautiful Day" / "Sumahama" [[note]]Otherwise available on their 1979 album ''L.A. Light Album''[[/note]]
* 1981 - "The Beach Boys Medley" [[note]]The Medley includes "Good Vibrations", "Help, Me Rhonda", "I Get Around", "Little Deuce Coupe", "Shut Down", "Surfin' Safari", "Barbara Ann", "Surfin' USA" and "Fun, Fun, Fun". All recorded between 1962 and 1966.[[/note]] / "God Only Knows" [[note]]Otherwise available on their 1966 album ''Pet Sounds''[[/note]]

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* 1974 - "Child Of of Winter" / "Susie Cincinnati" [[note]]Otherwise available on their 1976 album ''15 Big Ones''[[/note]]
* 1979 - "It's A a Beautiful Day" / "Sumahama" [[note]]Otherwise available on their 1979 album ''L.A. Light Album''[[/note]]
(Light Album)''[[/note]]
* 1981 - "The Beach Boys Medley" [[note]]The Medley includes "Good Vibrations", "Help, Me Rhonda", "I Get Around", "Little Deuce Coupe", "Shut Down", "Surfin' Safari", "Barbara Ann", "Surfin' USA" U.S.A." and "Fun, Fun, Fun". All recorded between 1962 and 1966.[[/note]] / "God Only Knows" [[note]]Otherwise available on their 1966 album ''Pet Sounds''[[/note]]



* 1986 - "Rock And Roll To The Rescue" / "Good Vibrations" [[note]]Live version, Otherwise available on their 1970 album ''Live In London''[[/note]]
* 1986 - "California Dreamin'" / "Lady Liberty" [[note]]Remake of their song "Lady Lynda", available on their 1979 album ''L.A. Light Album''[[/note]]

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* 1986 - "Rock And 'n' Roll To The to the Rescue" / "Good Vibrations" [[note]]Live version, Otherwise available on their 1970 album ''Live In in London''[[/note]]
* 1986 - "California Dreamin'" Dreamin[='=]" / "Lady Liberty" [[note]]Remake of their song "Lady Lynda", available on their 1979 album ''L.A. Light Album''[[/note]]
22nd Jul '16 12:58:29 PM bt8257
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* ''Bruce Johnston (born Benjamin Baldwin)'' - lead vocals, bass, piano, organ, celeste, moog bass, mandolin, keyboard (1965-1972, 1978-Present)
* Terence "Blondie" Chaplin - lead vocals, guitar, bass (1972-1973)
* [[Music/TheRutles Ricky Fataar]] - lead vocals, drums, guitar, flute (1972-1974)
* '''Al Jardine''' - lead vocals, guitar, bass, tambourine, sound effects, synthesizer, percussion, banjo, whistle (1961-1962, 1963-1998, 2011-2012, 2014)
* '''''Mike Love''''' - lead vocals, saxophone, percussion, tambourine, electro-theremin (1961-Present)
* David Marks - guitar, backing and lead vocals (1962-1963, 1997-1999, 2011-2012, 2014)
* '''Music/BrianWilson''' - lead vocals, piano, keyboard, organ, bass, celeste, glockenspiel, harpsichord, marimba, timpani, dog whistle, train whistle, sound effects, chamberlin, rocksichord, harmonium, snare drum, percussion, harmonica, drums, moog bass, arpeggiator, chimes, bells (1961-1996, 2011-2012)
* '''Carl Wilson''' - lead vocals, guitar, bass, percussion, synthesizer, harpsichord, organ, drums, tambourine, percussion, harp (1961-1981, 1982-1998, died 1998)
* '''Music/DennisWilson''' - lead vocals, drums, percussion, guitar, tambourine, organ, piano, synthesizer, vibraphone (1961-1983, died 1983)

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* ''Bruce Johnston (born Benjamin Baldwin)'' - lead vocals, bass, piano, organ, celeste, moog bass, mandolin, keyboard (1965-1972, 1978-Present)
(196572, 1978)
* Terence "Blondie" Chaplin - lead vocals, guitar, bass (1972-1973)
(197273)
* [[Music/TheRutles Ricky Fataar]] - lead vocals, drums, guitar, flute (1972-1974)
(197274)
* '''Al Jardine''' - lead vocals, guitar, bass, tambourine, sound effects, synthesizer, percussion, banjo, whistle (1961-1962, 1963-1998, 2011-2012, (196162, 196398, 201112, 2014)
* '''''Mike Love''''' - lead vocals, saxophone, percussion, tambourine, electro-theremin (1961-Present)
(1961)
* David Marks - guitar, backing and lead vocals (1962-1963, 1997-1999, 2011-2012, (196263, 199799, 201112, 2014)
* '''Music/BrianWilson''' - lead vocals, piano, keyboard, organ, bass, celeste, glockenspiel, harpsichord, marimba, timpani, dog whistle, train whistle, sound effects, chamberlin, rocksichord, harmonium, snare drum, percussion, harmonica, drums, moog bass, arpeggiator, chimes, bells (1961-1996, 2011-2012)
(196196, 201112)
* '''Carl Wilson''' - lead vocals, guitar, bass, percussion, synthesizer, harpsichord, organ, drums, tambourine, percussion, harp (1961-1981, 1982-1998, (196181, 198298, died 1998)
* '''Music/DennisWilson''' - lead vocals, drums, percussion, guitar, tambourine, organ, piano, synthesizer, vibraphone (1961-1983, (196183, died 1983)
21st Jul '16 5:52:05 PM bt8257
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** A third movie entitled ''Film/LoveAndMercy'', with Creator/PaulDano and Creator/JohnCusack as the younger and older forms of Brian. Unlike the last two, ''Mercy'' goes out of its way to be [[ShownTheirWork as accurate as possible]], and has gotten great reviews.

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** A third movie entitled ''Film/LoveAndMercy'', with Creator/PaulDano and Creator/JohnCusack as the younger and older forms of Brian. Unlike the last two, ''Mercy'' goes out of its way to be [[ShownTheirWork as accurate as possible]], and has gotten great reviews.reviews, including approval from Brian himself, who said it was "very well done".
21st Jul '16 5:35:09 PM bt8257
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The Beach Boys basically coasted along for the rest of the 80's and 90's, their only major blip on the radar being the 1988 hit "Kokomo". As Brian Wilson was at his worst (weighing over 325 pounds), he was subjected to Landy again in 1982, and for the next 10 years, Landy would not only treat Brian's illness in extreme and questionable ways, but also fully integrate himself into his business and musical affairs, isolate Brian from his friends and family, and leech thousands of dollars off of him year after year. A court case in 1991 was successful in separating Landy from Brian. He recovered substantially, and in 1996, he was persuaded to briefly rejoin The Beach Boys as a producer. Though things started off well with brilliant songs like "Soul Searchin'" and "You're Still A Mystery", at the end they decided to create the ill-conceived ''Stars and Stripes Vol. 1'', a patchy album album of Beach Boys covers sung by country artists. Any chance of a reunion that actually counted for something was cut short by Carl Wilson's death from lung and brain cancer in 1998.

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The Beach Boys basically coasted along for the rest of the 80's and 90's, their only major blip on the radar being the 1988 hit "Kokomo". As Brian Wilson was at his worst (weighing over 325 pounds), he was subjected to Landy again in 1982, and for the next 10 years, Landy would not only treat Brian's illness in extreme and questionable ways, but also fully integrate himself into his business and musical affairs, isolate Brian from his friends and family, and leech thousands of dollars off of him year after year. A court case in 1991 was successful in separating Landy Brian from Brian.Landy's negative influence. He recovered substantially, and in 1996, he was persuaded to briefly rejoin The Beach Boys as a producer. Though things started off well with brilliant songs like "Soul Searchin'" and "You're Still A Mystery", at the end they decided to create the ill-conceived ''Stars and Stripes Vol. 1'', a patchy album album of Beach Boys covers sung by country artists. Any chance of a reunion that actually counted for something was cut short by Carl Wilson's death from lung and brain cancer in 1998.
2nd Jul '16 1:27:34 AM AceDetective
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** Carl '''(Melancholic)''' - calm, sensitive, diplomatic, and patient

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** Carl '''(Choleric)''' - moody, sensitive, diplomatic, and humble
** Al
'''(Melancholic)''' - calm, sensitive, diplomatic, reserved, passive-aggressive, compliant and patientstoic
23rd Jun '16 7:01:22 AM AceDetective
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** Dennis '''(Phlegmatic)''' - rebellious, stubborn, laid-back and volatile

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** Dennis '''(Phlegmatic)''' '''(Supine)''' - rebellious, stubborn, laid-back insecure and volatile
14th Jun '16 12:43:17 PM AceDetective
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** Dennis '''(Supine)''' - rebellious, stubborn, laid-back and volatile

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** Dennis '''(Supine)''' '''(Phlegmatic)''' - rebellious, stubborn, laid-back and volatile
13th Jun '16 5:07:20 PM OnGreenDolphinStreet
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Contrary to what one might expect, The Beach Boys have one of the longest and most fascinating stories of any band in recent history. Before the band even got started professionally, they had been singing together for years, occasionally playing at school functions under various names such as Carl And The Passions (later the title of one of their albums). They got their actual start basically out of Brian Wilson's home; one labour day week-end in 1961; the Wilson brothers' parents went on a business trip to Mexico, and while they were gone, they recorded their first song, "Surfin'" (turns up on the album ''Surfin' Safari'' in 1962), in the music room (converted from the garage). After that hit the local radio and was a small national hit, they signed to Capitol Records in 1962 and quickly climbed the charts as the premier SurfRock band of the nation. They are often credited for popularizing the California culture throughout the country.

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Contrary to what one might expect, The Beach Boys have one of the longest and most fascinating stories of any band in recent history. Before the band even got started professionally, they had been singing together for years, occasionally playing at school functions under various names such as Carl And The and the Passions (later the title of one of their albums). They got their actual start basically out of Brian Wilson's home; one labour day week-end in 1961; the Wilson brothers' parents went on a business trip to Mexico, and while they were gone, they recorded their first song, "Surfin'" (turns up on the album ''Surfin' Safari'' in 1962), in the music room (converted from the garage). After that hit the local radio and was a small national hit, they signed to Capitol Records in 1962 and quickly climbed the charts as the premier SurfRock band of the nation. They are often credited for popularizing the California culture throughout the country.
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