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Beach Boys, The - Carl And The Passions – So Tough / Pet Sounds FLAC album

Performer: Beach Boys, The
Genre: Rock / Soul and Funk music / Pop music
Title: Carl And The Passions – So Tough / Pet Sounds
Released: 1972
Style: Pop Rock, Rock & Roll, Psychedelic
FLAC version ZIP size: 1698 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1261 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1579 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 370

Holland is the 19th studio album by the American rock group the Beach Boys, released on January 8, 1973. Self-produced by the band, the album peaked at number 36 in the US and number 20 in the UK. The album is the second of two studio recordings to feature Blondie Chaplin and Ricky Fataar, who joined the band the previous year to record Carl and the Passions – "So Tough". It is also the third and final studio album created under the management of Jack Rieley.

Carl And The Passions-So Tough is a Stereo release. Pet Sounds is a Mono release. Matrix, Runout (Carl And The Passions - So Tough Side 1): 2MS-4 Re1 A-1B A 2. Matrix, Runout (Carl And The Passions - So Tough Side 2): 2MS-5-B RE1 1C. Matrix, Runout (Pet Sounds Side 1): 2MS-2-1A A1. Matrix, Runout (Pet Sounds Side 2): 2MS-3-1B

Surf Rock The Beach Boys. Band's List Surf Rock The Beach Boys Carl and the Passions - So Tough. Released date 15 May 1972.

Oh darlin’: Carl Wilson cuts a handsome profile in his prized Nudie suit during a Beach Boys concert at Pacific Lutheran University on March 19, 1974. Sure, there is an admitted lack of sonic cohesion, but the album’s ramshackle nature works in its favor. Carl and the Passions - So Tough is especially perfect for rock connoisseurs or first-time listeners of the Beach Boys’ catalogue.

But Smile didn't materialize until 2004, stitched together from old bits and pieces and revived as repertory by a solo Brian Wilson and his enablers. Instead, Wilson retreated into his lonely room and oversaw this hastily recorded half-measure-"a bunt instead of a grand slam," groused Carl. Sounds of Summer Summing up their entire career until Wild Honey, this is busted to noncom in honor of Endless Summer, only 13 of whose 20 tracks survive-"Wendy," "Catch a Wave," we salute you ("Fun, Fun, Fun," "Surfer Girl").

In 1971, The Beach Boys released their most experimental record to date (sorry folks, but "Pet Sounds" is not that experimental and "Smile" was not released at all till 2004) called "Surf's Up". They sang about the planet, water, ecology, mysticism, politics, society and so on. Guided by their then manager, Jack Rieley, they went even further. I never thought I'd listen to The Beach Boys song about TM and enjoy (I am talking about "All This Is That", and the other The Beach Boys songs about TM are pedestrian). All in all, "Carl and The Passions - So Tough" is not bad The Beach Boys album, it is just a bad compilation of the good songs.

Sealed, Rare 1971 2LP Gatefold Combining Two Albums. Pet Sounds" On This Version Is The Original Mono Version. Artist: Beach Boys, Carl And The Passions Title: So Tough, Pet Sounds Genre: Pop Type: New - LP Label: Warner Catalog ID: 2MS 2083 Country: USA Our ID: 61318. View other items by this Artist View other items on this Label.

Released May 16, 1966. Pet Sounds Tracklist. 1. Wouldn't It Be Nice Lyrics. Recorded and released in 1966, not long after the sunny, textural experiments of California Girls, Pet Sounds is widely regarded as the first concept album in the rock genre. The album went on to be extremely influential in the art rock and baroque pop movements and is praised as one of the greatest rock albums ever made. The album even inspired The Beatles to create the critically lauded Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band. Accordion Carl Fortina & Frank Marocco. Arranged By Brian Wilson. Baritone Saxophone Jay Migliori. More The Beach Boys albums. Show all albums by The Beach Boys.