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Classical Piano. Country Stuff. If I Know Me. Greatest Hits. Fine Line. Sayin' What I'm Thinkin'. The Ultimate Hits. All-American: Tiger Woods. The Lead. On Her Turf. Of course, that was nothing to seeing Brian Wilson perform it at the Low - Young Man (2) - Ideas Of Distance (CD of his live rendition of the whole album six months later Like much of the album, this is a solo Brian Wilson vocal performance, and deals with the perennial recurring theme throughout his work - not surfing or carsthe theme of Brian Wilson 's work is, and always has been, the portrayal of the emotions of a man who needs to be loved but doubts his own worth, a man who turns to stronger women who he considers too good to stay with him.
That's Not Me is in many ways a misfit on this album. It has a much sparser instrumentation than anything else and it's the only song where the Beach Boys provide instrumentationit has the Album) obvious instrumental mistakes Terry Melcher 's appaling tambourine playingand it has a Mike Love lead vocal.
Musically, this points the way for future organ-dominated albums like Wild Honey and Friends but lyrically it fits well, being about the doubts and insecurities of a young man leaving home for the first time, who needs 'just one girl'. I'm Waiting For The Day is an anomaly on the album. Co-written by Mike Love although some sources say again that he only altered a few wordsthis Low - Young Man (2) - Ideas Of Distance (CD a left-over from Although it has some wonderful arrangment touches the incredibly dumb 'doot doot' backing vocals, and the flutes powering the whole arrangement among them the track as a whole doesn't hold together as well as it might.
Let's Go Away For Awhile is the album's first instrumental, and it's here, with the steel guitar and vibraphone to the fore, that Brian Wilson's indebtedness to the exotica of Low - Young Man (2) - Ideas Of Distance (CD like Martin Denny is most obvious. Almost the definition of easy listeningthis has absolutely nothing to do with rock, but everything to do with great music. This track originally had lyrics, but it was decided not to record them.
Several people have tried writing and recording their own lyrics for this - probably the best of these versions is by Sean Macreavy on his Dumb Angel album. Sloop John Bthe closer to side 1, is another anomaly on the album. A remake of an old folk tune, suggested by Al Jardineit was only included on the album because it was a hit single, against Brian Wilson 's wishes. Even so, it's a remarkable piece of work, and very influential listen to the a cappella break, the first time that had been done by a pop group, and then listen to the Beatles' Paperback Writer which came out shortly after this track.
The lead vocals on this were shared by Brian Wilson and Mike Love who sang the second verse. God Only Knowswhich opens side 2, is another of those songs that everyone knows, but that never gets really listened to by the majority of oldies listeners.
This track is as close to perfection as a human being can get, from the French horn intro, to the minor 6th chords Bm6 to me is this song to Carl Wilson 's angelic lead vocal, to Brian Wilson and Bruce Johnston 's three part counterpoint vocals on the tag. The lyrics, while simple, are effective - no-one else would have thought to start a love song 'I may not always love you', after all, and this was also as Wilson still points out in concerts today the first secular pop song to use the word 'God' in the title.
It's also a curiously downbeat song - taken in isolation, the lyrics suggest nothing so much as a rather narcissistic suicidal depressive. But then, that also describes Brian Wilson 's state of mind for much of the next two decades rather well. Dig out your copy of this and listen to it again, as if it was the first time. You won't be disappointed. One of the less distinguished songs on the album, this is mainly interesting for its instrumental arrangement - the combination of banjo and bass harmonica is not exactly a usual one.
Another interesting point about this song is that it shows just how simillar the Beach Boys ' voices are - the lead vocal is shared between Mike Love first line of each verseAl Jardine the rest of the verse and Brian Wilson the chorus and yet everyone I play this track to believes there's only one lead vocalist. A now-deleted lyric write-up for this erroneously stared " Sloop Album) B is the only other song that even involves more than two people. One could even argue that Caroline, No implicitly discusses other people with the line 'who took that look away?
This lyric though is still far more outgoing than most of Pet Sounds. As for the talking there are various noises and off-mic comments on this track the mono mix only - Brian Wilson requested they be cleaned up in the stereo mixfrom to Brian Wilson says 'top' asking that the tape be rolled back for a second pass at the start of the instrumental break.
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