The Beach Boys The Beach Boys
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- 1Getcha Back03:02
- 2It's Gettin' Late03:27
- 3Crack At Your Love03:39
- 4Maybe I Don't Know03:54
- 5She Believes In Love Again03:31
- 6California Calling02:52
- 7Passing Friend04:59
- 8I'm So Lonely02:52
- 9Where I Belong02:58
- 10I Do Love You04:20
- 11It's Just A Matter Of Time02:25
- 12Male Ego02:31
Info for The Beach Boys
The Beach Boys is the self-titled twenty-fifth studio album by American rock band The Beach Boys, released on June 10, 1985. Produced by Steve Levine, the album is the band's first to be recorded after the death of founding member Dennis Wilson.
„The Beach Boys' first all-new studio album in five years (and last for seven years) is a concerted attempt to regain old glories, which it did to an extent, selling better than any record since 15 Big Ones (1976) and spinning off the Top 40 single "Getcha Back" and the chart entry "It's Gettin' Late." But despite the production sheen provided by Steve Levine (of Culture Club fame), this is another competent but uninspired effort.“ William Ruhlmann, AMG)
Al Jardine, vocals, guitars
Bruce Johnston, vocals, keyboards
Mike Love, vocals
Brian Wilson, vocals, keyboards, piano
Carl Wilson, vocals, keyboards, guitar
John Alder, guitars, Dobro
Graham Broad, drums, percussion
Stuart Gordon, violin, viola, cello
Steve Grainger, baritone saxophone, tenor saxophone
Roy Hay, all instruments on "Passing Friend" except saxophone
Simon Humphrey, bass
Judd Lander, harmonica
Steve Levine, Fairlight and Drum Programming
Julian Lindsay, keyboards, organ, piano, bass, string arrangement
Terry Melcher, keyboards
Kenneth McGregor, trombone
George McFarlaine, bass
Gary Moore, guitars, synthaxe
Ian Ritchie, tenor saxophone, Lyricon
Dave Spence, trumpet
Ringo Starr, drums, timpani (all on "California Calling")
Stevie Wonder, drums, bass, Fender Rhodes, Harmonica (all on "I Do Love You")
Recorded June 1984–March 1985 Produced by Steve Levine
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