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Long Promised Road - The Beach Boys - Surfs Up (Vinyl, LP, Album)

01.12.2019
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  1. " Long Promised Road " is a song written by Carl Wilson and Jack Rieley for the American rock band The Beach Boys. It was first released as a single in May , and did not chart. It was then released on their album Surf's Up, and was re-released as a single, with a different b-side, " 'Til I Die .
  2. Features The Beach Boys Ride The 70s with ‘Surf’s Up’ The group’s landmark album ‘Surf’s Up’ was both socially relevant and evocative of their initial glory.
  3. Surf’s Up, the album, is almost a concept album (remember them?) in its near obsession with the subject of water (if not the Beach Boys, then who?); the last cut of Sunflower was “Cool Water.
  4. It was the chart date of 30 October marked the appearance of a single from the album that became a new landmark in the already fabled career of the Beach Boys. The group’s 17th studio LP.
  5. g Mono & Stereo editions of All Summer Long, Today!, Summer Days (And Summer Nights!!), Beach Boys' Party!, Pet Sounds and Smiley Smile plus g Stereo editions of Sunflower, Surf's Up and Holland will follow later in Hybrid SACD editions of each album will also be available.
  6. Youll find outstanding Double Plus (A++) sound on both sides of this original Reprise pressing They revolutionized the popular music of their day with their genius for harmony, and this copy gets their voices right Includes classics Dont Go Near the Water, Long Promised Road, Till I Die, and of course the title smash hit, Surfs up 4 stars: "A masterpiece [which] defined the Beach Boys.
  7. Surf's Up () Album by The Beach Boys. Long Promised Road. was sampled in Long Promised by Bullion () was covered in Long Promised Road by Carter Cathcart () 'Til I Die. was sampled in Prologue by Phonograph Cylinder (
  8. Carl Wilson makes solid contributions on Surf's Up with "Long Promised Road" and "Feel Flows," and the album also features stellar tracks by Al Jardine and Mike Love, as well as Bruce Johnston's most enduring composition, the gently nostalgic "Disney Girls ()," but the album's twin jewels are both from Brian Wilson — "Til I Die" and the.
  9. NOTE: The last two decades have been ones of slowdown for the Beach Boys. With each new album announced, fans hopes rise in wild expectations, only to be disappointed with the released product.

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