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16th Feb '17 7:40:30 PM GGCrono
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However, the stress of touring and the competition from Music/TheBeatles led to Brian Wilson suffering a nervous breakdown and retiring from touring. While the rest of the band toured (with first Glen Campbell and then Bruce Johnston taking Brian's place), Brian stayed home writing and making use of the studio talents of The Wrecking Crew, leading to such classics as "Please Let Me Wonder" (from ''Music/TheBeachBoysToday''), "Help Me, Rhonda" and "California Girls" (Both from ''Music/SummerDaysAndSummerNights''). This eventually lead to what some critics call the greatest rock/pop album of all time: ''Music/PetSounds'', which brought a whole new depth to the music, with advanced production techniques and powerful lyrics on such subjects as loneliness, youthful longing, self-isolation, and the power of wordless communication. Music/PaulMcCartney has said that ''Music/PetSounds'' was a major influence on Music/TheBeatles' own landmark album ''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand''. (Not coincidentally, if a critic ''doesn't'' call ''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand'' the greatest rock/pop album in history, he or she probably thinks it's ''Music/PetSounds'').

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However, the stress of touring and the competition from Music/TheBeatles led to Brian Wilson suffering a nervous breakdown and retiring from touring. While the rest of the band toured (with first Glen Campbell and then Bruce Johnston taking Brian's place), Brian stayed home writing and making use of the studio talents of The Wrecking Crew, leading to such classics as "Please Let Me Wonder" (from ''Music/TheBeachBoysToday''), "Help Me, Rhonda" and "California Girls" (Both from ''Music/SummerDaysAndSummerNights''). This eventually lead to what some critics call the greatest rock/pop album of all time: ''Music/PetSounds'', which brought a whole new depth to the music, with advanced production techniques and powerful lyrics on such subjects as loneliness, youthful longing, self-isolation, and the power of wordless communication. Music/PaulMcCartney has said that ''Music/PetSounds'' was a major influence on Music/TheBeatles' own landmark album ''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand''. (Not coincidentally, if a critic ''doesn't'' call ''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand'' the greatest rock/pop album in history, he or she they probably thinks think it's ''Music/PetSounds'').
31st Jan '17 4:49:44 AM bt8257
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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 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 Labor Day weekend 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.



From there, however, the story becomes a long, tragic string of misfortunes. After ''Music/PetSounds'' was released, Brian Wilson intended to top it with a revolutionary new album called ''Music/SMiLE''. However, pressure from Capitol to actually deliver the album, his ailing psyche and his escalating drug abuse combined with a royalty lawsuit ''and'' Brian's confidence being destroyed by the relative commercial failure of "Heroes And Villains" led to the album's cancellation in 1967. The band instead released ''Music/SmileySmile'', which combined what the rest of the band felt were the stronger ''Music/SMiLE'' tracks with some new, supposedly more commercial material (as opposed to the "weird" ''Music/SMiLE'' songs). That album was, as Carl Wilson later described it, "a bunt instead of a grand slam", and the band's popularity plummeted in the U.S. (although they remained huge elsewhere, especially Europe).

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From there, however, the story becomes a long, tragic string of misfortunes. After ''Music/PetSounds'' was released, Brian Wilson intended to top it with a revolutionary new album called ''Music/SMiLE''. However, pressure from Capitol to actually deliver the album, his ailing psyche and his escalating drug abuse combined with a royalty lawsuit ''and'' Brian's confidence being destroyed by the relative commercial failure of "Heroes And and Villains" led to the album's cancellation in 1967. The band instead released ''Music/SmileySmile'', which combined what the rest of the band felt were the stronger ''Music/SMiLE'' tracks with some new, supposedly more commercial material (as opposed to the "weird" ''Music/SMiLE'' songs). That album was, as Carl Wilson later described it, "a bunt instead of a grand slam", and the band's popularity plummeted in the U.S. (although they remained huge elsewhere, especially Europe).
26th Nov '16 9:44:57 AM WhatArtThee
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** The band themselves are this too, given they weren't really "boys" by the late '60s, and definitely aren't now.
28th Oct '16 12:42:39 PM OnGreenDolphinStreet
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* ''Bruce Johnston (born Benjamin Baldwin)'' -- lead vocals, bass, piano, organ, celeste, moog bass, mandolin, keyboard (196572, 1978)
* Terence "Blondie" Chaplin -- lead vocals, guitar, bass (197273)
* [[Music/TheRutles Ricky Fataar]] -- lead vocals, drums, guitar, flute (197274)
* '''Al Jardine''' -- lead vocals, guitar, bass, tambourine, sound effects, synthesizer, percussion, banjo, whistle (196162, 196398, 201112, 2014)
* '''''Mike Love''''' -- lead vocals, saxophone, percussion, tambourine, electro-theremin (1961)
* David Marks -- guitar, backing and lead vocals (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 (196196, 201112)
* '''Carl Wilson''' -- lead vocals, guitar, bass, percussion, synthesizer, harpsichord, organ, drums, tambourine, percussion, harp (196181, 198298, died 1998)
* '''Music/DennisWilson''' -- lead vocals, drums, percussion, guitar, tambourine, organ, piano, synthesizer, vibraphone (196183, died 1983)

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* ''Bruce Johnston (born Benjamin Baldwin)'' -- - lead vocals, bass, piano, organ, celeste, moog bass, mandolin, keyboard (196572, 1978)
* Terence "Blondie" Chaplin -- - lead vocals, guitar, bass (197273)
* [[Music/TheRutles Ricky Fataar]] -- - lead vocals, drums, guitar, flute (197274)
* '''Al Jardine''' -- - lead vocals, guitar, bass, tambourine, sound effects, synthesizer, percussion, banjo, whistle (196162, 196398, 201112, 2014)
* '''''Mike Love''''' -- - lead vocals, saxophone, percussion, tambourine, electro-theremin (1961)
* David Marks -- - guitar, backing and lead vocals (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 (196196, 201112)
* '''Carl Wilson''' -- - lead vocals, guitar, bass, percussion, synthesizer, harpsichord, organ, drums, tambourine, percussion, harp (196181, 198298, died 1998)
* '''Music/DennisWilson''' -- - lead vocals, drums, percussion, guitar, tambourine, organ, piano, synthesizer, vibraphone (196183, died 1983)
28th Oct '16 12:41:31 PM OnGreenDolphinStreet
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* ''Bruce Johnston (born Benjamin Baldwin)'' - lead vocals, bass, piano, organ, celeste, moog bass, mandolin, keyboard (196572, 1978)
* Terence "Blondie" Chaplin - lead vocals, guitar, bass (197273)
* [[Music/TheRutles Ricky Fataar]] - lead vocals, drums, guitar, flute (197274)
* '''Al Jardine''' - lead vocals, guitar, bass, tambourine, sound effects, synthesizer, percussion, banjo, whistle (196162, 196398, 201112, 2014)
* '''''Mike Love''''' - lead vocals, saxophone, percussion, tambourine, electro-theremin (1961)
* David Marks - guitar, backing and lead vocals (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 (196196, 201112)
* '''Carl Wilson''' - lead vocals, guitar, bass, percussion, synthesizer, harpsichord, organ, drums, tambourine, percussion, harp (196181, 198298, died 1998)
* '''Music/DennisWilson''' - lead vocals, drums, percussion, guitar, tambourine, organ, piano, synthesizer, vibraphone (196183, died 1983)

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* ''Bruce Johnston (born Benjamin Baldwin)'' - -- lead vocals, bass, piano, organ, celeste, moog bass, mandolin, keyboard (196572, 1978)
* Terence "Blondie" Chaplin - -- lead vocals, guitar, bass (197273)
* [[Music/TheRutles Ricky Fataar]] - -- lead vocals, drums, guitar, flute (197274)
* '''Al Jardine''' - -- lead vocals, guitar, bass, tambourine, sound effects, synthesizer, percussion, banjo, whistle (196162, 196398, 201112, 2014)
* '''''Mike Love''''' - -- lead vocals, saxophone, percussion, tambourine, electro-theremin (1961)
* David Marks - -- guitar, backing and lead vocals (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 (196196, 201112)
* '''Carl Wilson''' - -- lead vocals, guitar, bass, percussion, synthesizer, harpsichord, organ, drums, tambourine, percussion, harp (196181, 198298, died 1998)
* '''Music/DennisWilson''' - -- lead vocals, drums, percussion, guitar, tambourine, organ, piano, synthesizer, vibraphone (196183, died 1983)
24th Oct '16 1:31:43 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 for years. A court case in 1991 was successful in separating Brian from 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 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 1998 death from lung and brain cancer.

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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 for years. A court case in 1991 was successful in separating Brian from 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 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 1998 death from lung and brain cancer.
24th Oct '16 1:18:20 PM bt8257
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However, the stress of touring and the competition from Music/TheBeatles led to Brian Wilson suffering a nervous breakdown and retiring from touring. While the rest of the band toured (with first Glen Campbell and then Bruce Johnston taking Brian's place), Brian stayed home writing and making use of the studio talents of The Wrecking Crew, leading to such classics as "Please Let Me Wonder" (from ''Music/TheBeachBoysToday''), "Help Me, Rhonda" and "California Girls" (Both from ''Music/SummerDaysAndSummerNights''). This eventually lead to what some critics call the greatest rock/pop album of all time: ''Music/PetSounds'', which brought a whole new depth to the music, with advanced production techniques and powerful lyrics on such subjects as loneliness, youthful longing, self-isolation, and the power of wordless communication. Music/PaulMcCartney has said that ''Music/PetSounds'' was a major influence on Music/TheBeatles' own landmark album ''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand''. (Not coincidentally, if a critic ''doesn't'' call ''[[Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand Sgt. Pepper]]'' the greatest rock/pop album in history, he or she probably thinks it's ''Music/PetSounds'').

From there, however, the story becomes a long, tragic string of misfortunes. After ''Music/PetSounds'' was released, Brian Wilson intended to top it with a revolutionary new album called ''Music/SMiLE''. However, pressure from Capitol to actually deliver the album, his ailing psyche and his escalating drug abuse combined with a royalty lawsuit ''and'' Brian's confidence being destroyed by the relative commercial failure of "Heroes And Villains" led to the album's cancellation in 1967. The band instead released ''Music/SmileySmile'', which combined what the rest of the band felt were the stronger ''Music/SMiLE'' tracks with some new, supposedly more commercial material (as opposed to the "weird" ''Music/SMiLE'' songs). That album was, as Carl Wilson later described it, "a bunt instead of a grand slam", and the band's popularity plummeted in the U.S. (although they remained huge elsewhere, especially Europe).

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However, the stress of touring and the competition from Music/TheBeatles led to Brian Wilson suffering a nervous breakdown and retiring from touring. While the rest of the band toured (with first Glen Campbell and then Bruce Johnston taking Brian's place), Brian stayed home writing and making use of the studio talents of The Wrecking Crew, leading to such classics as "Please Let Me Wonder" (from ''Music/TheBeachBoysToday''), "Help Me, Rhonda" and "California Girls" (Both from ''Music/SummerDaysAndSummerNights''). This eventually lead to what some critics call the greatest rock/pop album of all time: ''Music/PetSounds'', which brought a whole new depth to the music, with advanced production techniques and powerful lyrics on such subjects as loneliness, youthful longing, self-isolation, and the power of wordless communication. Music/PaulMcCartney has said that ''Music/PetSounds'' was a major influence on Music/TheBeatles' own landmark album ''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand''. (Not coincidentally, if a critic ''doesn't'' call ''[[Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand Sgt. Pepper]]'' ''Music/SgtPeppersLonelyHeartsClubBand'' the greatest rock/pop album in history, he or she probably thinks it's ''Music/PetSounds'').

From there, however, the story becomes a long, tragic string of misfortunes. After ''Music/PetSounds'' was released, Brian Wilson intended to top it with a revolutionary new album called ''Music/SMiLE''. However, pressure from Capitol to actually deliver the album, his ailing psyche and his escalating drug abuse combined with a royalty lawsuit ''and'' Brian's confidence being destroyed by the relative commercial failure of "Heroes And Villains" led to the album's cancellation in 1967. The band instead released ''Music/SmileySmile'', which combined what the rest of the band felt were the stronger ''Music/SMiLE'' tracks with some new, supposedly more commercial material (as opposed to the "weird" ''Music/SMiLE'' songs). That album was, as Carl Wilson later described it, "a bunt instead of a grand slam", and the band's popularity plummeted in the U.S. (although they remained huge elsewhere, especially Europe).
Europe).



Things started to look up in 1974 when Capitol Records released a GreatestHitsAlbum, ''Endless Summer'', which not only eventually went triple platinum and restored the band's commercial fares in the US, but also propelled them back into cultural relevance. They decided to start recording again and attempted to lure Brian Wilson back into the studio with them. During this time, Brian was being subjected to therapy under the control of Dr. Eugene Landy. Through his unconventional therapy, he was able to make Brian slightly healthier and willing to work with the group again. He produced two albums, ''15 Big Ones'' and ''Love You'' under this deal, and also re-appeared on stage with the band. But looking back, it's clear that Brian wasn't really well enough to do that sort of thing again, and he started slipping back into his former habits. Mike Love took over leadership of the band at this point, which many regard as the point at which the band [[JumpingTheShark jumped the shark]], though he wasn't really in charge in the studio until the late-80's. By the end of 1978, Bruce Johnston was back permanently.

During the times Brian Wilson was for the most part out of the picture, the rest of the band generally wrote songs in his place. They each created very memorable, beautiful music, with Dennis Wilson releasing his solo album, ''Music/PacificOceanBlue'' in 1977, which is now generally regarded as the best solo album to be released by a member of The Beach Boys. However, Dennis was also prone to alcoholism and self-destructive behaviour, and he died in 1983, diving into the water at the Marina del Rey to search for personal effects he had thrown off of his beloved yacht, the ''Harmony'', drowning. At President UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan's request, he became one of few civilians to be given a burial at sea.

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 Brian from 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.

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Things started to look up in 1974 when Capitol Records released a GreatestHitsAlbum, ''Endless Summer'', which not only eventually went triple platinum and restored the band's commercial fares in the US, but also propelled them back into cultural relevance. They decided to start recording again and attempted to lure Brian Wilson back into the studio with them. During this time, Brian was being subjected to therapy under the control of Dr. Eugene Landy. Through his unconventional therapy, he was able to make Brian slightly healthier and willing to work with the group again. He produced two albums, ''15 Big Ones'' and ''Love You'' under this deal, and also re-appeared on stage with the band. But looking back, it's clear that Brian wasn't really well enough to do that sort of thing again, and he started slipping back into his former habits. Mike Love took over leadership of the band at this point, which many regard as the point at which the band [[JumpingTheShark jumped started {{jumping the shark]], shark}}, though he wasn't really in charge in the studio until the late-80's.late-1980s. By the end of 1978, Bruce Johnston was back permanently.

During the times Brian Wilson was for the most part out of the picture, the rest of the band generally wrote songs in his place. They each created very memorable, beautiful music, with Dennis Wilson releasing his solo album, ''Music/PacificOceanBlue'' in 1977, which is now generally regarded as the best solo album to be released by a member of The Beach Boys. However, Dennis was also prone to alcoholism and self-destructive behaviour, behavior, and he died in 1983, diving into the water at the Marina del Rey to search for personal effects he had thrown off of his beloved yacht, the ''Harmony'', drowning. At President UsefulNotes/RonaldReagan's request, he became one of few civilians to be given a burial at sea.

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.for years. A court case in 1991 was successful in separating Brian from 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 1998 death from lung and brain cancer in 1998.
cancer.



In 2012, on the 50th anniversary of the band's first album, ''Surfin' Safari'', the unexpected happened: [[http://brianwilson.com/tour/ a full reunion of the surviving Beach Boys]], featuring Mike Love, Brian Wilson, Bruce Johnston, Al Jardine and David Marks, took place for a 50th Anniversary world tour and the recording of a new studio album, co-produced by Love and a rejuvenated Brian Wilson. At the end of the tour, Brian, Al and David went their separate ways again, with Al and David (as well as Blondie Chaplin) contributing to Brian's upcoming album and his recent solo tours.

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In 2012, on the 50th anniversary of the band's first album, ''Surfin' Safari'', the unexpected happened: [[http://brianwilson.com/tour/ a full reunion of the surviving Beach Boys]], featuring Mike Love, Brian Wilson, Bruce Johnston, Al Jardine and David Marks, took place for a 50th Anniversary world tour and the recording of a new studio album, ''That's Why God Made the Radio'', co-produced by Love and a rejuvenated Brian Wilson. At the end of the tour, Brian, Al and David went their separate ways again, with Al and David (as well as Blondie Chaplin) contributing to Brian's upcoming album and his recent solo tours.



* '''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 (1961–96, 201112)

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* '''Music/BrianWilson''' - lead vocals, piano, keyboard, organ, bass, celeste, glockenspiel, harpsichord, marimba, timpani, dog whistle, train whistle, sound effects, chamberlin, Chamberlin, rocksichord, harmonium, snare drum, percussion, harmonica, drums, moog bass, arpeggiator, chimes, bells (1961–96, (196196, 201112)
18th Oct '16 4:37:11 PM GaryKing95
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* TheSvengali: As detailed above, Eugene Landy, Brian Wilson's therapist from the 70's to the late 90's.

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* TheSvengali: As detailed above, Eugene Landy, Brian Wilson's therapist from the 70's to the late 90's.80's.
19th Sep '16 11:17:08 PM Ezclee4050
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* '''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 (196196, 201112)

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* '''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 (196196, (1961–96, 201112)


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* TwelveBarBlues: Believe it or not, some of their early songs. "409" and "Little Honda" both have verse structures based on this.
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".
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