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9 thoughts on “ Surfing Pointers - Further (3) - Sometimes Chimes (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. The Smile Sessions is a compilation album and box set recorded by American rock band the Beach Boys, released on October 31, by Capitol genidisgioboithetiliboharisi.coinfo set focuses on abandoned recording sessions from their unfinished –67 album Smile which would have followed the group's 11th studio album Pet genidisgioboithetiliboharisi.coinfo features comprehensive session highlights and outtakes, and the first 19 tracks.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Sometimes Chimes on Discogs.4/5(1).
  3. Nov 14,  · Provided to YouTube by Cargo Surfing Pointers · Further Where Were You Then? ℗ Bad Paintings Released on: Artist: Further Auto-generated by YouTube.
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  5. Sometimes, a limited number of copies of a given album will be pressed on colored vinyl, with a larger number pressed on black vinyl. In some cases, such as with the soundtrack album to the film Inception, all copies are colored vinyl and they are numbered as well.
  6. "Surf's Up" was the second song Brian Wilson and Van Dyke Parks wrote together. It was composed as a two-movement piece, most of it in one night while they were high on Wilson's Desbutols, and originally intended for the Beach Boys' album Smile. According to Parks, the song did not have a title until after the touring members of the band returned from a November tour of Britain.
  7. Jul 19,  · Surfings new LP "Emotion" is now available on "Blue Ice" color vinyl!: genidisgioboithetiliboharisi.coinfo Rediscover their first single "Seville" here.
  8. The box itself is intricate, the vinyl (the double LP and 2 singles) are top quality, books and full color images and interesting essays, the CD set is invaluable (though I suppose not % comprehensive) with regards to music history - plus this is the only way to get exclusive hidden tracks, and it comes with a large album cover poster which Reviews:
  9. Whereas Shadowland were based in '60s music, Further were more into making lots of lo-fi noise à la Dinosaur Jr. Along with drummer Kevin Fitzgerald and guitarist Josh Schwartz, the Rademaker brothers began cranking out singles for small labels like Christmas and Lissys, while issuing albums (Griptape in , Sometimes Chimes in , Grimes.

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