The Beach Boys - Darlin' / Country Air album flac
- Album: Darlin' / Country Air
- FLAC: 1478 mb | MP3: 1543 mb
- Country: UK
- Style: Pop Rock
- Rating: 4.6/5
- Votes: 424
- Format: VQF WMA MP4 MP1 VOX MP2 WAV
|B||Aire De Campo (Country Air)|
- Manufactured By – R. Y R. Gioscia, S.A.
NotesUruguayan Release without printed release year (near 1967).
Capitol red label. Titles transalte to spanish
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, stamped): 3563 A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, stamped): 3563 B
|CL 15527||The Beach Boys||Darlin' / Country Air (7", Promo)||Capitol Records||CL 15527||UK||1967|
|CL15527||The Beach Boys||Darlin' (7")||Capitol Records||CL15527||Denmark||1967|
|CL 15527||The Beach Boys||Darlin' (7", Mul)||Capitol Records||CL 15527||Greece||1967|
|CL 16059||Beach Boys*||Darlin' (7", Single, RE)||Capitol Records||CL 16059||UK||1979|
|CL 15527||The Beach Boys||Darlin' (7", Single, Sol)||Capitol Records||CL 15527||UK||1968|
Darlin', by the Beach Boys. This is definetly a sound of summer, I'll always remember this song. I do not take ownership of this recording.
Pictures of The Beach Boys set to "Darlin".
Darlin'" is a song written by Brian Wilson and Mike Love, recorded by American rock band the Beach Boys with Carl Wilson on lead vocal. It opens the second side of their 1967 album Wild Honey and was also released as a single, backed with "Here Today" from their 1966 album Pet Sounds. The single peaked at No. 19 in the United States, No. 11 in the United Kingdom and No. 10 in New Zealand
Produced by The Beach Boys. Oh darling Ooh, my darling, you're so fine Ohhhh-ahhh-ahhh. Don't know if words could say But darling, I'll find a way To let you know what you meant to me Guess it was meant to be I hold you in my heart As life's most precious part . 4. Country Air. 5. A Thing Or Two. 6. Darlin’. 7. I’d Love Just Once To See You. 8. Here Comes The Night. 9. Let The Wind Blow. 10. How She Boogalooed It.
Lyrics to "Darlin'" song by Beach Boys: Ohh darlin' My darlin' you're so fine Ohhhh-hhh-hhh Don't know if words can say But darlin' I'll f. .Don't know if words can say But darlin' I'll find a way To let you know what you meant to me Guess it was meant to be I hold you in my heart As life's most precious part. Oh darlin' I dream about you often my pretty darlin' (Darlin' you're so fine) I love the way you soften my life with your love Your precious love uh huh oh. I was living like half a man Then I couldn't love but now I can You pick me up when I'm feeling sad More soul than I ever had Gonna love you every single night Cause I think you're too outta sight
album Weekly Top. album Pop Hotlist. music noteChords for Beach Boys - Country Air (with lyrics). The Beach Boys - Busy Doin' Nothin'. Darlin' (Stereo Remix) The Beach Boys. The Beach Boys - At My Window.
Sunflower (The Beach Boys album). Sunflower is the 16th studio album by American rock band the Beach Boys, released in August 1970, and their first on Reprise Records. record charts during a four-week stay, and becoming the lowest-charting Beach Boys album to that point. In the UK, the album performed better, peaking at number 29.
Country Air. Thing or Two. Darlin'. I'd Love Just Once to See You. 11. Mama Says. The Beach Boys in Concert. Live, 19 Ноябрь 1973, Reprise Records, Brother Records. 2. Sloop John B. 3. Trader. You Still Beleive in Me. California Girls.
Watch the video for Darlin' from The Beach Boys's Stack-O-Tracks for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. According to the Darlin' Songfacts, this was originally written in 1963 by Brian Wilson as "Thinkin' 'Bout You Baby," a record the Beach Boy mastermind produced for Sharon Marie, a girlfriend of Mike Love's. A few years later Wilson resurrected this song, re-wrote it with Mike Love and it was re-titled "Darlin'.
The Beach Boys’ last single of 1967, ‘Darlin’’, in fact, was a breath of fresh air, rushing in at the beginning of Beach Boys concerts for over 30 years. The band would open with the grandiose ‘California Girls’, but then Carl Wilson immediately busted into ‘Darlin’’ to bring concert-goers, already on their feet for the opening masterpiece, directly into dance mode. The song was immortalised by popular catch phrases of the era, including the line more soul than I ever had and dog-gone outtasight. Those who may have longed for the more recent melodies of Pet Sounds had more to bargain for with ‘Let The Wind Blow’ and ‘Country Air’, the latter toning down the complexity and trippiness, giving the song the space it needed; rooster sound effects were included in case listeners missed the point. Far be it for The Beach Boys not to have known something was in the air during 1967.