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Brian Wilson and Van Dyke Parks’ songwriting collaborations for the Beach Boys’ ill-fated Smile album took nearly four decades to fully surface. In 1995, though, the two reunited for a different sort of project: an album of songs written by Parks and sung by Wilson. Orange Crate Art is a whimsical tribute to California, steeped in nostalgia and wrapped in quirky folk-pop arrangements. Parks’ sensibility — full of musical quotes and sly lyric twists — predominates here. His eclectic tastes show themselves in the gentle rhumba beat of “Hold Back Time,” the Caribbean ambiance of “My Jeanine” and the ‘30s soundtrack feel of the title song. Oddly composed string backdrops, bass harmonicas and steel drums add to the exoticism. It all sounds a bit rarified, though echoes of familiar Beach Boys-style pop are heard in “Sail Away” and in Wilson’s vocals generally. Some might consider this a curious footnote to Wilson’s better-known recordings, but it’s more than that. Deliberately anachronistic, Orange Crate Art is a beguiling postcard from a Golden State dreamland deep in the hearts of its creators.


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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Orange Crate Art, Brian Wilson
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  • Géneros: Pop, Música, Pop/Rock
  • Publicado: 07/11/1995

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