The Beach Boys On CD: Vol 1 - 1961-1969

The Beach Boys On CD Vol Between and the Beach Boys made nineteen albums including some of the best music ever recorded and some not so good In this book Andrew Hickey looks at this music track by track analysing

  • Title: The Beach Boys On CD: Vol 1 - 1961-1969
  • Author: Andrew Hickey
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 238
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Between 1961 and 1969 the Beach Boys made nineteen albums, including some of the best music ever recorded and some not so good.In this book, Andrew Hickey looks at this music track by track, analysing every song that Brian, Carl, Dennis, Mike, Al, Bruce and David recorded and released during that time period.From early surf and car classics like 409 to sophisticated mastBetween 1961 and 1969 the Beach Boys made nineteen albums, including some of the best music ever recorded and some not so good.In this book, Andrew Hickey looks at this music track by track, analysing every song that Brian, Carl, Dennis, Mike, Al, Bruce and David recorded and released during that time period.From early surf and car classics like 409 to sophisticated masterpieces like Time To Get Alone, in this book you ll learn how they were recorded, why they work the way they do, and which albums to buy if you want to hear a great band at their best.

    One thought on “The Beach Boys On CD: Vol 1 - 1961-1969”

    1. AN INDULGENT REVIEW, FOR BEACH BOYS FANS (I'M HOPING I'M NOT THE ONLY ONE)This is a self-published assessment of everything the Beach Boys issued up to 1969 which gives me the opportunity to present my own self-published assessment of the Beach Boys in this very review, hah.Andrew Hickey is an amiable fan who has many excellent opinions (I almost always agree with him). This book is no Revolution In the Head, in fact it's about as far from being the Beach Boys' equivalent as a Reaction in the Ar [...]

    2. I can see why the reviews on are somewhat polarized, but I thoroughly enjoyed the writing style and it filled in some gaps in my knowledge, particularly with regard to recording/personnel info and musical analysis.

    3. I really like the first phase of the Beach Boys career so an analysis of their work was nice. Sometime too technical.

    4. Definitely a book for serious fans. Not for the casual or curious.Serious Fans and Collectors will want this in their collection.

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