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8 thoughts on “ The Beach Boys - Pet Sounds / Smiley Smile (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Sep 08,  · Beyond my personal preference for the records immediately following Pet Sounds ('s Smiley Smile to 's apexes "California Girls" and the Beach Boys Today! LP.
  2. Following the breakdown of Smile, which was intended as the highly anticipated follow-up to their opus Pet Sounds, the Beach Boys issued the rather lo-fi and sparely arranged album Smiley Smile .
  3. Sep 27,  · Before , it was a tradition amongst Beach Boys fans to re-imagine your own ordering for SMiLE using the tracks that had already been .
  4. Special Edition g LP on Split Translucent Yellow and Green Vinyl Limited to Copies Worldwide Los Angeles – February 6, – This week, The Beach Boys’ acclaimed album, Pet Sounds, will be released in a limited colored vinyl LP edition by Capitol/abinourtenlopeahypampwithsmestitic.coinfod to copies worldwide and available exclusively from The Sound of Vinyl, the collectible special edition presents.
  5. VG+ THE BEACH BOYS Capitol T Mono Vinyl LP CHRISTMAS ALBUM Little Saint Nick. $ $ shipping. or Best Offer. See similar items. BEACH BOYS- SMILEY SMILE- CAPITOL RECORDS- NLP- NEAR MINT VINYL. $ 0 bids. The Beach Boys - Pet Sounds [Mono] [New Vinyl] Gram, Mono Sound. $ THE BEACH BOYS-THE BEACH BOYS:PET.
  6. "After the much-discussed, uncompleted Smile project — which was supposed to take the innovations of Pet Sounds to even grander heights — collapsed, the Beach Boys released Smiley Smile in its place.
  7. Jul 09,  · The mock stereo processing on SMILEY SMILE is of the simple, mild phase-shift rechannel rather than the wacky Duophonic processing that Capitol did right before that album came out. As such, the last two rechanneled Beach Boys LPs on either Capitol (WILD HONEY) or the Capitol-distributed Brother label fold down "correctly" to mono when played back on mono equipment (unlike Duophonic .
  8. Smiley Smile. Libraries have been written about the abandoned Smile sessions, and the resultant compromise release Smiley Smile. However this does nothing to alter how bizarre and intriguing of a follow-up to Pet Sounds this record is. One minute you get exquisite triumphs like “Wonderful,” with its weaving and inventive melody.

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