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"... and my blues just melt away!"

A great album to cheer you up. Why do you think ears were invented? Buy "Night Time," it rocks! Oh yeah, don't forget "Love and Mercy" and "Melt Away"!

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Brian's psychiatrist Eugene Landy had taken control. He did manage to get a whole album out of Brian, the most concerted effort Brian had made towards recording since the late seventies. The problem here isn't in terms of song writing. Many of these songs are fine. The problem is with the musical performances, especially in terms of production. Let's take the opening 'Love And Mercy'. Acclaimed now as one of the finest songs he's EVER written. Doesn't sound like it based on this version. The very worst eighties production and embellishments out of place.The recording of Brian's vocals leaves a little to be desired. Sure, his voice had declined in terms of range since the golden heyday of The Beach Boys. It's buried in the mix here! It's his own album! Well, sort of. 'Walkin The Line' is one of the few songs where the production is credited solely to Brian. It's a simple song but also a happy song. It's entertaining. 'Melt Away' is a gorgeous song. The production isn't obtrusive here and the harmonies work well. It's a pure Brian Wilson melody and a heartbreaking vocal from him. 'Baby Let Your Hair Grow Long' is pretty good too, actually. Lyrics not written by Brian but he certainly directed them. The music does what it is supposed to and reminds you of course of The Beach Boys. Many of the songs here certainly aren't offering anything new but this advanced into his career perhaps its unfair to expect too much innovation. 'Little Children' is a little simplistic but it remains fun listening. 'One For The Boys' is interesting! Accapella harmonies in the style of The Beach Boys. All the vocals performed and arranged by Brian. He sang all the parts. The title is an obvious indication. 
 The re-mixes help. I love hearing this album however! It helped me through a lot of low points. Not as good as Smile...but I do not think that Brian could ever top Smile. Give it a new listen. ScooterAlb

Masterpiece

This collection of songs confirms the genius that is Brian Wilson. Great hooks, lyrics, and arrangements make this a gem. I'm suprised at how negative the "official" itunes album review is which can be read above.

Biografía

Nacido/a: Hawthorne, CA, 20 de junio de 1942

Género: Pop

Años de actividad: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Brian Wilson is arguably the greatest American composer of popular music in the rock era. Born and raised in Hawthorne, California, he formed the Beach Boys in 1961 alongside his two younger brothers, cousin Mike Love, and school friend Alan Jardine. Serving as the group's primary songwriter, Wilson combined the rock urgency of Chuck Berry with the harmonies of the Four Freshmen before expanding his musical imagination during the late '60s, during which time he experimented with new songwriting structures...
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  • $13.99
  • Géneros: Pop, Música, Pop/Rock, Rock
  • Publicado: 1988

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