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The Beach Boys - Surf's Up The Essential album flac

  • Performer: The Beach Boys
  • Album: Surf's Up The Essential
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The Beach Boys - Surf's Up The Essential album flac


1-1 Surfin' Safari
1-2 Surfin' U.S.A.
1-3 Fun, Fun, Fun
1-4 Little Deuce Coupe
1-5 Catch A Wave
1-6 I Get Around
1-7 409
1-8 Surfin'
1-9 Don't Break Down
1-10 Don't Worry Baby
1-11 Hushabye
1-12 Ten Little Indians
1-13 Do You Remember?
1-14 Drive-In
1-15 Surfer Girl
1-16 Girls On The Beach
1-17 The Surfer Moon
1-18 Keep An Eye On Summer
1-19 Be True To Your School
1-20 Shut Down
1-21 Little Honda
1-22 All Summer Long
1-23 Do You Wanna Dance?
1-24 Why Do Fools Fall In Love?
1-25 Louie, Louie
1-26 Hawaii
1-27 The Warmth Of The Sun
1-28 In My Room
1-29 Lonely Sea
2-1 California Girls
2-2 Dance, Dance, Dance
2-3 Barbara Ann
2-4 Help Me Rhonda
2-5 The Little Girl I Once Knew
2-6 Then I Kissed Her
2-7 Wendy
2-8 You're So Good To Me
2-9 Girl Don't Tell Me
2-10 Let Him Run Wild
2-11 When I Grow Up (To Be A Man)
2-12 Please Let Me Wonder
2-13 Devoted To You
2-14 Mountain Of Love
2-15 Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow
2-16 Hully Gully
2-17 Wouldn't It Be Nice
2-18 Don't Talk (Put Your Head On My Shoulder)
2-19 Sloop John B
2-20 God Only Knows
2-21 I Know There's An Answer
2-22 Here Today
2-23 I Just Wasn't Made For These Times
2-24 Caroline, No
3-1 Our Prayer
3-2 Good Vibrations
3-3 Heroes And Villains
3-4 Surf's Up
3-5 Wonderful
3-6 Cabinessence
3-7 Country Air
3-8 Little Bird
3-9 With Me Tonight
3-10 Here Comes The Night
3-11 Wild Honey
3-12 Darlin'
3-13 I'd Love Just Once To See You
3-14 Busy Doin' Nothin'
3-15 I Can Hear Music
3-16 Bluebirds Over The Mountain
3-17 Friends
3-18 Break Away
3-19 Do It Again
3-20 California (On My Way To Sunny Californ-i-a)
3-21 Cottonfields


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This version issued from 2012 and after due to dates present on the Matrix/Runout.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 9 311484 000785
  • Mastering SID Code (CD1, CD2 & CD3): IFPI LQ35
  • Mould SID Code (CD1, CD2 & CD3): IFPI 0946
  • Other (CD1 cat. #): 0351691-1
  • Matrix / Runout (CD1): 0351691-1 02/14/12 -- 193397 -- A
  • Other (CD2 cat. #): 0351691-2
  • Matrix / Runout (CD2): 0351691-2 02/14/12 -- 193398 -- A
  • Other (CD3 cat. #): 0351691-3
  • Matrix / Runout (CD3): 0351691-3 02/14/12 -- 193399 -- A

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RDCD6181-3, RDCD6181, RDCD6182, RDCD6183 The Beach Boys Surf's Up The Essential ‎(3xCD, Comp) Reader's Digest, Reader's Digest, Reader's Digest, Reader's Digest RDCD6181-3, RDCD6181, RDCD6182, RDCD6183 Europe 2008

The Beach Boys' Surf's Up, from the remastered SMiLE Sessions disc .

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Surf's Up is the 17th studio album by American rock band the Beach Boys, released in 1971. It was met with a warm critical reception and reached number 29 on the US record charts, becoming their highest-charting LP of new music in the US since 1967. In the UK, Surf's Up peaked at number 15, continuing a string of top 40 records that had not abated since 1965.

Produced by The Beach Boys. Album Surf’s Up. Surf’s Up Lyrics. A diamond necklace played the pawn Hand in hand some drummed along, oh To a handsome man and baton (Bygone, bygone) A blind class aristocracy Back through the opera glass you see The pit and the pendulum drawn (Bygone, bygone) Columnated ruins domino.

Surf's Up could well be the definitive example, beginning with the cloying "Don't Go Near the Water" and ending a bare half-hour later with the baroque majesty of the title track (originally written in 1966). Wrapped up in a mess of contradictions, Surf's Up defined the Beach Boys' tumultuous career better than any other album.

Nom du groupe The Beach Boys. Nom de l'album Surf's Up. Type Album. Date de parution Août 1971. Labels Reprise Records Brother Records. 7. Lookin'at Tomorrow (a Welfare Song). 8. A Day In The Life Of A Tree. 9. 'til I Die. 10. Surf's Up. Acheter cet album.

Surf’s Up, The Beach Boys subsequent 1971 release, was named for a song salvaged from Smile, and also featured a Sunflower outtake, Take A Load Off Your Feet (with the Pete tagline deleted). Brian initially opposed the use of Surf’s Up, in this context, but then relented, and he fought to overcome the group objections to the mournful ‘Til I Die. Looking back with some thirty years of hindsight, Brian is philosophical about these once-heated issues. This open ambivalence toward so respected a Beach Boys album indicates the tension and turmoil surrounding the often-perplexing popular impasse the group faced during this period. Trying to fit in culturally while remaining in tune with its own collective Muse proved so difficult that the album is an unwonted ledger of The Beach Boys’ early ‘70s growing pains.

Surf's Up is found on the album Good Vibrations: Thirty Years of the Beach Boys. Found on more albums: Good Vibrations: Thirty Years of the Beach Boys An American Band Greatest Hits, Vol. 3: Best of the Brother Years Sunflower/Surf's Up Greatest SMiLE Surf's Up Classics: Selected by Brian Wilson California Feelin': Best of the Beach Boys Summer Crush: Songs We Love to Love Unsurpassed Masters, Vol. 16 (1966-1967) Collection Greatest Hits. Come about hard and join the once and often spring you gave. Go back to the kids, to the beach, to childhood. 'I heard the word'of God; 'Wonderful thing';the joy of enlightenment, of seeing God. And what is it?

The Beach Boys Surf The 70s. The group’s landmark 1971 album ‘Surf’s Up’ was both socially relevant and evocative of their initial glory. Published on. September 11, 2018. Surf’s Up is rightly remembered for Brian Wilson’s brilliant double-header that closes the album, ‘’Til I Die’ and the title track collaboration with Van Dyke Parks, filled with its enigmatic lyrics and stirring harmonies. But just as remarkably, the album showcased a group with multiple writing teams, all bringing excellent work to the table. Mike Love and Al Jardine contributed an opening song with an anti-pollution lyric that was really ahead of its time, ‘Don’t Go Near The Water. Carl Wilson and Rieley completed ‘Long Promised Road,’ and Carl’s sweet voice led his own ‘Feel Flows.