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Endless harmony soundtrack
Beach Boys.
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Publication Information:
Hollywood, CA : Capitol, [1998]

Physical Description:
1 audio disc : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Compact disc.

All songs are previously unreleased except tracks 5 and 24.
Soulful old man sunshine (writing session excerpt) -- Soulful old man sunshine -- Radio concert promo 1 -- Medley (live 1966). Surfin' safari ; fun, fun, fun ; Shut down ; Little deuce coupe ; Surfin' U.S.A. -- Surfer girl (binaural mix) -- Help me, Rhonda (alternate single version) -- Kiss me, baby (stereo remix) -- California girls (stereo remix) -- Good vibrations (live 1968 rehersal) -- Heroes and villains (demo) -- Heroes and villains (live) -- God only knows (live 1967 rehersal) -- Radio concert promo 2 -- Darlin' (live 1980) -- Wonderful ; Don't worry, Bill (live 1972) -- Do it again (early version) -- Break away (demo) -- Sail plane song -- Loop de loop (flip flop flyin' in an aeroplane) -- Barbara -- 'Til I die (alternative mix) -- Long promised road (live 1972) -- All alone -- Brian's back -- Endless harmony (from Keepin' the summer alive).
Added Uniform Title:
Endless harmony (Motion picture)

Format :
Music CD


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ROCK .B365 E Compact Disc Open Shelf

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Originally broadcast on VH1, The Beach Boys: Endless Harmony tells the Beach Boys' story through interviews with the group as well as their friends, contemporaries, and musicians inspired by them, archival footage, and 45 of the band's songs. The film doesn't shy away from any of the struggles the Beach Boys -- as a band and as individuals -- encountered: from the abusive, stage-father tendencies of Murry Wilson to Brian Wilson's well-documented dependencies and challenges to the internal tensions between him and the other band members, particularly Mike Love. Though the interviews with Brian Wilson may not be long enough for some diehard fans, the older footage of Carl and Dennis Wilson, Glen Campbell, Hal Blaine, and David Marks adds further depth and dimension to Endless Harmony's representation of the group's story, while commentary from the likes of Elvis Costello and Sean Lennon, among others, adds yet another perspective. The DVD of The Beach Boys: Endless Harmony also adds video clips for "Surfin' USA," "Things We Did Last Summer," "Little Deuce Coupe," "In My Room," "Friends," and "Sloop John B.," as well as Surround Sound audio mixes of songs like "California Girls," "God Only Knows," and "Sail on Sailor," making it a revealing and thoughtfully made document that should delight most fans. ~ Heather Phares