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The Beach Boys - Summer Days (And Summer Nights!!) mp3 flac

  • Singer: The Beach Boys
  • Album: Summer Days (And Summer Nights!!)
  • MP3: 1287 mb | FLAC: 1255 mb
  • Released: 1965
  • Style: Surf
  • Rating: 4.4/5
  • Votes: 233
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The Beach Boys - Summer Days (And Summer Nights!!) mp3 flac

In response, the label pressured the group to produce bigger hits.

I will never get enough of this album. Every song is the Beach Boys and Brian Wilson at their best. There's only one song that can be considered a "filler/novelty" track, and that's a great/significant song in it's own right and not enough to make the album lacking. Not to mention the group's best instrumental track is also featured on this album. Summer Days (and Summer Nights!!)" reached and is currently the highest charted Beach Boys studio album

Summer Days (And Summer Nights!!) was a bit of a regression from the success of Today!, lapsing back into that distressing division between first-rate cuts and lightweight also-rans that characterized their pre-1965 albums. Help Me, Rhonda" was a number one single and would be their last Top 40 exercise in sheer fun for a while.

Features Song Lyrics for The Beach Boys's Summer Days (And Summer Nights!!) album. California Girls Lyrics. 11. Summer Means New Love Lyrics. 12. Girl Don't Tell Me Lyrics. The Beach Boys Lyrics provided by SongLyrics.

Дата релиза Июнь 1965. Музыкальный стильSurf Rock. Владельцы этого альбома6. 9. You're So Good to Me. 10. Summer Means New Love. I'm Bugged at My Ol' Man. And Your Dream Comes True. Other productions from The Beach Boys.

Find out more about our use of this data, and also our policy on profanity. Find out more about our use of this data. Released just four months after Today! in July 1965, The Beach Boys’ ninth album was at first deemed by some to be a regression. Its predecessor had, on its second side, revealed the now studio-locked, pot-guzzling Brian Wilson’s knack for melancholy, darker ballads. Summer Days re-embraced the band’s archetypal themes of fun, sun, and partying.

Summer Days (And Summer Nights!!) was a bit of a regression from the success of Today!, lapsing back into that distressing division between first-rate cuts and lightweight also-rans that characterized their pre-1965 albums. Help Me, Rhonda was a number one single and would be their last Top 40 exercise in sheer fun for a while. More impressive was California Girls, with its symphonic arrangement, glorious harmonies, and archetypal statement of Californian lifestyle.