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  1. Faeshakar
    The Beach Boys Surf's Up g LP The Beach Boys. $ Availability: In Stock the gently nostalgic "Disney Girls ()," but the album's twin jewels are both from Brian Wilson "Til I Die" and the title track one of the centerpieces of the then-unreleased Smile (cowritten by lyricist Van Dyke Parks and here given that album's "Child Is.
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  2. Nele
    Carl Wilson makes solid contributions on Surf's Up with "Long Promised Road" and "Feel Flows," and the album also features stellar tracks by Al Jardine and Mike Love, as well as Bruce Johnston's most enduring composition, the gently nostalgic "Disney Girls ()," but the album's twin jewels are both from Brian Wilson — "Til I Die" and the title track — one of the centerpieces of the then.
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  3. Minos
    *Condition 커버 / 음반: NM / NM Label: Reprise Records ‎– RS , Brother Records (3) ‎– RS Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Stereo, Santa Maria Pressing Country: US Released: Genre: Rock, Pop Style: Pop Rock, Rock & Roll Tracklist Hide Credits A1 Don't Go Near The Water Written-By – Alan Jardine, Mike Love A2 Long Promised Road Written-By – Carl Wilson, Jack Rieley 3.
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  4. Milabar
    remastered reissue LP on gram vinyl. The wave of popularity that The Beach Boys had ridden in the '60s had long passed by the release of "Surf's Up," but the creativity and talent that drove them to #1 hadn't left them. "Surf's Up" really let The Beach Boys break from their tight image to explore their individual interests.
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  5. Gardam
    Carl Wilson makes solid contributions on Surf's Up with "Long Promised Road" and "Feel Flows," and the album also features stellar tracks by Al Jardine and Mike Love, as well as Bruce Johnston's most enduring composition, the gently nostalgic "Disney Girls ()," but the album's twin jewels are both from Brian Wilson — "Til I Die" and the.
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  6. Maramar
    A record with "surf" in the title, but one that's light years from the earlier Beach Boys albums of the 60s! This set is a wonderfully mature effort – hardly surf music at all, and one that moves nicely in the same territory as Sunflower and 20/20! Some of the tunes are wonderfully gentle and heartfelt, and others try for some new subject matter for the group – sometimes.
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  7. Maktilar
    My dad had this album back in , when it first came out, and it's nice to finally find it on a remastered CD after having it on vinyl. This is one of their best albums to date, They were staying away from the Surf-style of music they were known for and it's got nice songs on it including "Disney Girls ()" & my favorite "Take A Load Off Your Feet"/5(90).
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  8. Gusida
    Oct 10,  · the good points: the brian trilogy at the end- surf's up, a day in the life of a tree, (weird, a little silly, but somehow oddly affecting), and of course 'til i die, i agree it's one of the best things they ever did. also decent are feel flows and disney girls (bruce johnston's finest moment).
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  9. JoJogore
    Nov 25,  · Of course “Long Promised Road,” and “Feel Flows” are just dynamic, as is “Disney Girls ()”, all stand out numbers though the title track “Surf’s Up” is the defining moment of the album, and is sadly a song that does not define the album. While Surf’s Up is not wildly inconsistent with its eclectic nature, it is not /5().
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