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The Beach Boys: Beach Boys' Party! [Digipak]

Track List

>Hully Gully - (mono)
>I Should Have Known Better - (mono)
>Tell Me Why - (mono)
>Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow - (mono)
>Mountain of Love - (mono)
>You've Got to Hide Your Love Away - (mono)
>Devoted to You - (mono)
>Alley Oop - (mono)
>There's No Other (Like My Baby) - (mono)
>I Get Around/Little Deuce Coupe - (remix, mono)
>Times They Are A-Changin', The - (mono)
>Barbara Ann - (mono)
>Hully Gully - (remix, previously unreleased)
>I Should Have Known Better - (remix, previously unreleased)
>Tell Me Why - (remix, previously unreleased)
>Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow - (remix, previously unreleased)
>Mountain of Love - (remix, previously unreleased)
>You've Got to Hide Your Love Away - (remix, previously unreleased)
>Devoted to You - (remix, previously unreleased)
>Alley Oop - (remix, previously unreleased)
>There's No Other (Like My Baby) - (remix, previously unreleased)
>I Get Around/Little Deuce Coupe - (remix, previously unreleased)
>Times They Are A-Changin', The - (remix, previously unreleased)
>Barbara Ann - (remix, previously unreleased)

Album Notes

Beach Boys: Brian Wilson (vocals, soprano saxophone); Mike Love (vocals, alto saxophone); Carl Wilson, Alan Jardine, Dennis Wilson (vocals).

Available on the 2-fer BEACH BOYS PARTY!/STACK-O-TRACKS.

Unknown Contributor Role: Elliott Lott.

Underneath its novelty record disguise, this innovative production is one of the best early Beach Boys sessions--spontaneous (by definition) but musical, well-sung and well "staged." Except for a medley of "I Get Around/ Little Deuce Coupe," all the tunes are covers, some contemporary (Dylan, Beatles), others by such Beach Boys forebears as the Everly Brothers and the Regents (whose "Barbara Ann" provided the Boys with a Top-10 hit). They seem to have had a special affinity for the Rivingtons' wild "Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow," since it also appears on the previous BEACH BOYS CONCERT. A favorite, however, is Johnny Rivers' "Mountain Of Love," complete with reedy harmonica bursts, a sly nod to a fellow purveyor of fake party albums of the '60s.



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