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Married together as a 2-CD package for the first time, these two long-haired, counter-cultural Beach Boys albums (from 1972 and 1973 respectively) make strange bedfellows. For all the cherry-red warmth of the record sleeve, Carl and the Passions
comes across as pallid, brittle, sullenly graceful and every bit as introspective as staying in with the lights-out and the curtains drawn on a Saturday night. Respect due, though, to Brian Wilsons' cunningly disguised rocker "Marcella" and Dennis Wilson's ultimate downer; the sparse and mournful "Cuddle Up". Holland
, on the other hand, is the Beach Boys "Great Outdoors" record, beating the retreat from the sand and surf of yore to the redwood forests and mountains of "Calfornia Saga" (purists still prefer the unreleased waltz-time version of "Big Sur"), with evocative stories of fur-trappers, traders, Native-American rights and dreamlike, hazy summer afternoons on riverbanks shaded by paddle steamers. It was also their last great studio album. --Kevin Maidment