2. Oh Lord
3. City Blues
5. You've Been Part 1
6. You've Been Part 2
7. I Feel So Fine
8. Heroes And Villains
+ an interview with Brian
These demos are worth owning for one reason, and one reason alone - Oh Lord. This song can best be explained by this quote from a fan site.
"Oh Lord, DW, Brian Wilson, ca.1982. Originally recorded in demo form during the infamous Brian/Dennis sessions at Village Recorders 81-82.(Stebbins p.208) After Dennis' death, Brian re-worked this track w/ Culture Club producer Steve Levine in July 1984 for possible inclusion on what would become "the Beach Boys" 1985.(Doe, liner notes: The Beach Boys). It did not make it to the final cut, and remains unreleased"
Really, this is an incredible song, and I love it to death. It still sends shivers down my spine when I hear that line "Make me sad, for everything, let me see, what there is to see." A criminally underrated Dennis Wilson song that was recorded and still remains unreleased.
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Dutch Beach Boys Lost Songs
It's no secret. The Dutch Beach Boys Blog has changed to the Jan and Dean Blog. So all of their Beach Boys stuff has disappeared, so I'm going to make a good effort to try to post everything that was lost.
2 versions of the song In my room 1996 version with tammy wynette
i found this on the web. Its just fantastic. Here is what the fan made, enjoy it. Dont know how long its availible.
As a fan of both country music and the Beach Boys, this duet with Tammy Wynette (which was supposed to go on "Stars & Stripes vol. 2") is truly a precious gem.There's been a released version, on the 1998 "Tammy Remembered" CD. But that version, while it featured Tammy's voice recorded in 1996, featured Brian alone on backing vocals. Still, it was already great......But that was before I bought the "Nashville Sounds" DVD, on which you can hear harmonies done by the Beach Boys, and not Brian alone! This version being even greater, I decided to record it from the DVD to make a mp3 of it. So that's what I did. There was a small problem with the intro, because the one on the DVD is "spoiled" by Brian, who talks about the song... So I took the intro from the "Tammy Remembered" version, and modified it a bit (because for some reason, the "Tammy Remembered" version had been sped-up, which caused a key change). I also had to do some editing with the end, so that it wouldn't sound "abrupt".
"My" version, featuring Beach Boys vocals: <---REMOVED--->
The "Tammy Remembered" version, featuring Brian vocals: http://www.sendspace.com/file/rq48zk
Enjoy! - Posted May 17, 2007
the beach boys sing Da doo ron ron, a Keeping the Summer Alive album outake
Just got my hand on this stereo A+ sound outtake. It is 1 of many.
- Posted May 26, 2007
Dennis Wilson outtake song
Its called OUR LOVE. Its a stereo A+ sound. Very nice.
- Posted May 26, 2007
the Beach Boys live Wahington DC july 4th 1980 (A sound)
Made by a dedicated fan who took his dvd from this show and transfered it to his audio. Not the complete show but 14 songs. Very good quality.
do it again
Sloop John B
Little Deuce Coupe
Catch a Wave
Help me Rhonda
God only knows
Keeping the summer alive
Be true to your school
Rock & roll music
I get around
- Posted May 28, 2007