The Beach Boys - Their Twenty Two Greatest Hits mp3 album
The LP was named for being their 20th overall album release. Much of it consists of outtakes from earlier albums.
From 1962 to 1966, The Beach Boys scored over twenty top 40 hits in the US including the chart-toppers I Get Around, Help Me Rhonda & Good Vibrations along with the top 5’s Surfin USA, Fun, Fun, Fun, California Girls, Barbara Ann & Sloop John B. Several of the band’s singles also found top 40 success in Canada, Australia, Sweden and th. their landmark album Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. Eventually Pet Sounds would be acknowledged as one of the greatest albums ever recorded by several media outlets like The Times, Mojo Magazine, The Guardian, VH1, BBC and Rolling Stone. Brian’s condition continued to deteriorate in the late 1960s, so other members contributed to songwriting through the 1970s with little chart success. Their two biggest hits between 1980 and 1987 came from simply following popular trends of the time.
The Beach Boys are an American rock band formed in Hawthorne, California, in 1961. The group's original lineup consisted of brothers Brian, Dennis, and Carl Wilson, their cousin Mike Love, and their friend Al Jardine.
The Beach Boys Today!, the band's first great album, is loaded with songs that hint at the following year's masterpiece, Pet Sounds. Originally released in 1964 as the B-side to the single "When I Grow Up (To Be a Man)," "She Knows Me Too Well" is pure pop sophistication set to a rock 'n' roll beat. 5. 'Surf's Up'. From: 'Smile' (2011). Like "Cabinessence" (see No. 10 on our list of the Top 10 Beach Boys Songs), "Surf's Up" was originally part of the abandoned Smile album.
The Beach Boys: Album Guide. America’s longest-running band - from surf rock to studio symphonies and beyond. The Beach Boys pose for a portrait in 1964. From left to right, Carl Wilson, Dennis Wilson, Mike Love, Al Jardine and Brian Wilson. Gems/Redferns/Getty Images. The Beach Boys are America’s most legendary rock & roll saga-and one of its most turbulent, with a twisted family history at the heart of it. The Wilson brothers were suburban California boys: Brian, the haunted pop genius hearing the harmonies in his head. Carl, the shy kid with the heavenly voice. Endless Summer has all the early hits – from the joyride of I Get Around to the moody gloom of In My Room. It cuts off before Pet Sounds, but it still remains their essential anthology – if only because you’re guaranteed not to run into Kokomo.
|A2||Don't Worry Baby|
|A5||Help Me Rhonda|
|A6||I Get Around|
|A9||Little Deuce Coupe|
|A10||In My Room|
|A11||Wouldn't It Be Nice?|
|B2||Fun, Fun, Fun|
|B3||Then I Kissed Her|
|B4||Do You Wanna Dance?|
|B5||Dance, Dance, Dance|
|B8||I Can Hear Music|
|B9||Do It Again|
|B11||Sloop John B|
Notes1973 Capitol Records Inc.
EMI (New Zealand)Limited
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout: (SIDE 1) AXIS 8 A
- Matrix / Runout: (SIDE 2) AXIS 8 B
|C-ST 23185, C-ST.23185||The Beach Boys||Their Twenty Two Greatest Hits (LP, Comp, Club)||World Record Club, Capitol Records||C-ST 23185, C-ST.23185||New Zealand||1973|
|TC-AXIS 8||The Beach Boys||Their Twenty Two Greatest Hits (Cass, Comp)||Sound Value Records||TC-AXIS 8||Unknown|
|AXIS 8||The Beach Boys||Their Twenty Two Greatest Hits (LP, Comp, RE)||Axis||AXIS 8||New Zealand||Unknown|
|AXIS 8||The Beach Boys||Their Twenty Two Greatest Hits (LP, Comp, RE)||Sound Value Records||AXIS 8||US||Unknown|
|C-ST.23185||The Beach Boys||Their 22 Greatest Hits (LP, Comp)||Capitol Records||C-ST.23185||US||1973|