All Summer Long (Stereo) The Beach Boys

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Label: Capitol

Genre: Pop

Subgenre: Pop Rock

Artist: The Beach Boys

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  • 1I Get Around02:14
  • 2All Summer Long02:10
  • 3Hushabye02:42
  • 4Little Honda01:55
  • 5We'll Run Away02:03
  • 6Carl's Big Chance02:29
  • 7Wendy02:19
  • 8Do You Remember01:41
  • 9Girls On The Beach02:27
  • 10Drive-In01:53
  • 11Our Favorite Recording Sessions02:02
  • 12Don't Back Down01:45
  • Total Runtime25:40

Info for All Summer Long (Stereo)

Though The Beach Boys had big hits previously with 'Surfer Girl' and 'Fun Fun Fun,' the sustained number one success of 1964's 'I Get Around' established the Californian group as America's best hope against the Beatles' continued dominance of the airwaves.

On „All Summer Long“ leader Brian Wilson consolidates his gains. The already elaborate group harmonies grow more lush, the melodies more far-ranging, as Brian's rich falsetto dominates the vocal mix on beauties like 'Girls On The Beach' and a hymn-like cover of the doo-wop classic 'Hushabye.' Wilson has also masterfully streamlined his Phil Spector/Wall Of Sound influence so that a large multi-track L.A. studio production still sounds as if it's being produced by a small combo.

Al Jardine, harmony, backing vocals, bass, electric rhythm guitar
Mike Love, lead and bass vocal
Brian Wilson, lead, harmony, backing vocals, piano, harpsichord, Hammond B3, xylophones
Carl Wilson, harmony, backing vocals, electric, lead, and rhythm guitars
Dennis Wilson, harmony, backing vocals, drums, brushed drums, percussion

Recorded October 18, 1963, April 2–May 19, 1964 at United Western Recorders, Hollywood
Produced by Brian Wilson

Digitally remastered

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