The Beach Boys - Sloop John B mp3 album
The Beach Boys version of Sloop John B. was ranked ( in the 2017 version) on Rolling Stone’s list of The 500 Greatest Songs of All Time. While the song’s music exhibits the typical surfer vibes the Beach Boys are known for, its lyrical content sheds a rather critical light on the tropical island motive often implemented and glorified by the band in their songs. This possible self-reflection ties in with the general theme of melancholy throughout the album, showing a more mature approach to life and to song-writing. Sloop John B" Track Info. Written By Traditional.
Sloop John B" (originally published as "The John B. Sails") is a Bahamian folk song from Nassau. A transcription by Richard Le Gallienne was published in 1916, and a version was included in Carl Sandburg's The American Songbag in 1927. Since the early 1950s there have been many recordings of the song with variant titles including "I Want to Go Home" and "Wreck of the John B".
Sloop John B" was mixed down twice, while all the other songs on the album had at most one mix-down. In Paul Williams' Outlaw Blues, David Marks said that "Sloop John B" was made before all the other Pet Sounds songs, and was an attempt to give the Beach Boys a more masculine, virile image. At the time, Wilson was under fire from critics for making "wimp-rock. More songs from The Beach Boys. More songs with methods of transportation in the title. More songs that contain drug references It reached in Norway, Sweden, and the Netherlands.
It was originally a traditional West Indies folk song, possibly recorded earliest by The Weavers under the title "Wreck of the John B", the song taken from a collection by Carl Sandburg (1927). I'm Waiting for the Day. The Beach Boys. I Know There's an Answer.
However, it was a popular item long before it was dipped in California sunshine and was frequently recorded by folk artists like the Kingston Trio. The narrative of "Sloop John B" is a straightforward one, chronicling the homesickness of a seaman trapped on a boat journey fraught with bad luck. The melody is similarly forlorn but is tinged with a catchy, singalong quality that made it a natural for folk groups
20/20 is the 15th studio album by American rock band the Beach Boys, released on February 10, 1969. The LP was named for being their 20th overall album release. Much of it consists of outtakes from earlier albums. It reached number 3 on UK record charts and number 68 in the US. Brian Wilson was absent during most of the album's recording after admitting himself into a psychiatric hospital, requiring brothers Carl and Dennis to retrieve several outtakes he had recorded years earlier.
Lyrics to "Sloop John B" song by Beach Boys: We come on the sloop John B My grandfather and me Around Nassau town we did roam Drinking all night. So hoist up the John B's sail See how the mainsail sets Call for the Captain ashore Let me go home, let me go home I wanna go home, let me go home Why don't you let me go home (Hoist up the John B's sail) Hoist up the John B I feel so broke up I wanna go home.
Sloop John B. (Mono Alternate Mix, Carl Sings First Verse). Producer – Mark Linett, The Beach Boys. Producer – Mark Linett.
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|A||Sloop John B
Arranged By – Brian Wilson
|B||You're So Good To Me
Written-By – Brian Wilson
- Producer – Brian Wilson
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- Matrix / Runout (Stamped Side A): F 53999-1 KT
- Matrix / Runout (Stamped Side B): F 53794-1 KT
|5602||The Beach Boys||Sloop John B / You're So Good To Me (7", Single)||Capitol Records||5602||US||1966|
|5602||The Beach Boys||Sloop John B (7")||Capitol Records||5602||Canada||1966|
|F 5564||The Beach Boys||Sloop John B (7", Single)||Capitol Records||F 5564||New Zealand||1966|
|CL 15441||The Beach Boys||Sloop John B (7", Single, Sol)||Capitol Records||CL 15441||UK||1966|
|33M5602||The Beach Boys||Sloop John B / You're So Good To Me (7", Single, Promo)||Capitol Discos||33M5602||Argentina||Unknown|