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Titolo:
I Can Hear Music: The 20/20 Sessions
Interprete:
The Beach Boys
Rilasciato:
07 Dec 2018
MP3 dimensione dell'album:
2419 mb
FLAC dimensione dell'album:
1643 mb
Etichetta:
Capitol Records, Capitol Catalog

Tracklist


1All I Want To Do (Early Version)1:11
2Well You Know I Knew1:41
3Walkin'2:45
4Is It True What They Say About Dixie?1:47
5A Time To Live In Dreams (2018 Mix)1:54
6Cotton Fields (Track And Backing Vocals)2:24
7The Gong (Session Highlights)5:25
8Be With Me (2018 Track Mix)3:16
9The Nearest Faraway Place (Alternate Version)2:13
10Be With Me (Demo)2:45
11Love Affair (Demo)2:00
12Old Man River (A Cappella / 2018 Remix)1:17
13All I Wanna Do (Early Version Track)2:23
14Bluebirds Over The Mountain (Basic Track)1:48
15Been Way Too Long (Sections)7:56
16I Can Hear Music (Track And Backing Vocals)2:41
17Walk On By (2018 Mix)1:54
18Rendezvous (Do It Again Early Version / 2018 Mix)2:35
19Bluebirds Over The Mountain (Alternate Mix)2:55
20Time To Get Alone (A Cappella)3:36
21Peaches (Demo)2:26
22Old Folks At Home / Old Man River (Alternate Version)2:57
23I Can Hear Music (Demo)1:00
24Never Learn Not To Love (Track And Backing Vocals)2:25
25Mona Kana (Demo)1:15
26We're Together Again1:57
27I Went To Sleep (A Capella / 2018 Mix)1:34
28Mona Kana (2018 Mix)3:03
29Bluebirds Over The Mountain (Mono Single Mix)2:50
30I Can Hear Music (Alternate Lead Vocal)2:10
31All I Want To Do (Dennis Wilson Lead Vocal Take 1)2:10
32Do It Again (A Cappella)2:30
33Oh Yeah0:53
34Never Learn Not To Love (A Cappella)2:23
35Time To Get Alone (Remake Track)2:46
36We're Together Again (A Cappella)2:01
37Sail Plane Song (2018 Mix)2:18
38Old Folks At Home / Old Man River (Alternate Version Track)2:58
39All I Want To Do (Dennis Wilson Lead Vocal Take 2)2:13
40Do It Again (Alternate Stereo Mix)2:45


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Album


I Can Hear Music: The 2020 Sessions - The Beach Boys. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. I Can Hear Music - Track And Backing Vocals. Bluebirds Over The Mountain - Alternate Mix. Be With Me - Demo. The Beach Boys 1969: I'm Going Your Way. The Beach Boys On Tour: 1968 Live. I Can Hear Music: The 2020 Sessions. Wake The World: The Friends Sessions. 1 of 238. next . Album 2018 40 Songs. I Can Hear Music Demo. I Can Hear Music Track And Backing Vocals. Bluebirds Over the Mountain Alternate Mix. Yes, these 2020 Sessions were draw from the Beach Boys 1969 release of 2020, which did feature the stunning single Do It Again, yet at the time, was the lowest charting Beach Boy album of all time, sliding in at number 68, with Brian Wilson having been hospitalized for nearly all of the sessions. And yes, due entirely to Dennis Wilson, the album will forever be haunted by the Charlie Manson song Never Learn Not To Love. What happened in that darkness was that the Beach Boys assembled an album from singles and leftover material, all designed to placate Capitol Records, fulfilling their contract, and allowing them to move on. 2020 is the 15th studio album by American rock band the Beach Boys, released February 10, 1969 on Capitol Records their final studio release with them. 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. Like its digital-only cousins, I Can Hear Music is comprised of alternate takes, backing tracks, a cappella mixes, demos, and excerpts from recording sessions, this time chronicling the band's 1969 album 2020. A fair chunk of these 40 tracks are finished - either as full alternate mixes or demos - so it's relatively easy to play for pleasure despite a fair number of repetitions, it flows easily. Friday 20 December 2019. The Beach Boys are an iconic American rock band, frequently cited as one of the most influential and commercially successful groups in the history of popular music due to their intricate vocal harmonies, studio experiments, and novel aFriday 20 December 2019. Saturday 21 December 2019. The Beach Boys are an iconic American rock band, frequently cited as one of the most influential and commercially successful groups in the history of popular music due to their intricate vocal harmonies, studio experiments, and novel a read more. Similar Artists. The Beach Boys. I Can Hear Music: The 2020 Sessions Tracklist. Walk On By Lyrics. Sail Plane Song Lyrics. Oh Yeah Lyrics. About I Can Hear Music: The 2020 Sessions. I Can Hear Music: The 2020 Sessions Q&A. The Beach Boys -Sail Plane Song 2018 Mix. The Beach Boys -All I Want To Do Dennis Wilson Lead Vocal Take 1

Recensioni:
  • Llbery
January 4th, 20/20 and still no hard copy for this set and at least two other sets from this group, one of the most successful ever. Hard to fathom why this is this way. It would sell more than an 8 cd set from a hardly known act that you see in the racks from time to time. Please Capitol, do the right thing and release these sets. It doesn't matter if LP or Cd or a mixture. Thank you.
  • luisRED
"Sunshine Tomorrow" was fantastic and this would follow perfectly, along with a separate release for "Wake the World". I shouldn't have to tell you this, Capitol. Do it, please, for the ones who care. Thank you.
  • Ferri - My name
This needs (along with "Wake the World") a physical hard copy release. Please Capitol, do it for the fans that have paid for your lifestyles for the last 60 plus years.
  • Hulis
Yes, these 20/20 Sessions were draw from the Beach Boys 1969 release of 20/20, which did feature the stunning single “Do It Again,” yet at the time, was the lowest charting Beach Boy album of all time, sliding in at number 68, with Brian Wilson having been hospitalized for nearly all of the sessions. And yes, due entirely to Dennis Wilson, the album will forever be haunted by the Charlie Manson song “Never Learn Not To Love.” In 1976, prior to his own death, Dennis Wilson said of 20/20, “It was the biggest, letdown of The Beach Boy’s career, an album that has embarrassed me through and through.”

Now, with that statement in mind, it’s important to remember that there were only two radio friendly get you up and get you moving songs on the entire release, the aforementioned brilliant stop you in your tracks “Do It Again” penned by Brian Wilson and Mike Love, along with the hauntingly lysergic number “I Can Hear Music,” penned by Phil Spector, Ellie Greenwich and Jeff Barry. The other thing that essential to remember is that the end of the 1960’s were even weirder than the 1960’s, where the decade didn’t so much run out and morph into the 1970’s, it was more as if a sonic emotional drug crazed anti-war anti-establishment crescendo of unrealized dreams and leftover manifestations that all collided at once, an exploding lightbulb that momentarily still burned as the glass shattered, and then the world went dark.

What happened in that darkness was that the Beach Boys assembled an album from singles and leftover material, all designed to placate Capitol Records, fulfilling their contract, and allowing them to move on. Nearly all of the songs are rather average, though those that are good, are outstandingly so. The other waylaying aspect is that this record was constructed, in and around the building of Smile, an epic adventure between Brian and Van Dyke Parks, an adventure that was rumored to be a rumor filled with conjecture, where by 1970, the Beach Boys were now in search of an identity to embrace and travel into the future with.

This leaves me both conflicted about this album and eager to ingest it, yet with Brian refusing or unable (take your pick, either works as well as the other) to engage with the band at this point, the initial 20/20 sessions, and the release of the album seemed rather bleak, dark, fragmented, and slightly more of a rock adventure than the pop songs we grown to love and embrace from the Boys. That being said, contextually it’s always been a rather difficult album for me to settle down with, as nearly each song sets out to embrace a differing genre of music. Considering that, it’s difficult to fault the album, as the songs have been played and constructed well, as are the vocals, though that nagging Manson number just feels like a cloud of bad luck is lingering within the confines of my listening space, where I’m forever happy when the following track kicks in.

The other aspect to consider is that there was far more outside collaboration and advice than ever before, leaving an ennui of uncertainty, if not dissociative … and the massive forty tracks that go into making up this collection don’t tend to release that dissociative-ness feeling. If you don’t know the 20/20 in and of itself, then this collection is going to be of little use to you, as the formal album has not been included, meaning you’re unable to listen to the released songs and make side by side comparisons.

To me, as interesting as this collection may or may not be, it seems rather to be another in a current long line of artists who are mining the vaults … and certainly feels as if this assemblage is a prelude to something bigger, something more grand, something just out of sight, something that rumors suggest might have something to do with perhaps an entirely remastered catalog … but, rumors are just rumors, until they’re facts.

*** The Fun Facts: 20/20 refers to both the eye chart Brian is posing (hiding) being on the inside of the gatefold sleeve, and the fat that this was the Beach Boys 20th album for capital records, and since it was the end of their career with Capitol, perhaps they were looking back in 20/20 hindsight at pitfalls to be avoided in the future.

Review by Jenell Kesler
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