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  • Audio CD (31 Mar. 1994)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: See for Miles
  • ASIN: B00000119N
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 421,566 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. Tennessee Waltz
  2. Thinkin' Bout You Baby
  3. Mama Said
  4. Superstar
  5. Awake
  6. Sweet Mountain
  7. Everybody
  8. This Whole World
  9. Forever
  10. Good Time
  11. Now That Everything's Been Said
  12. Down Home
  13. Shyin' Away
  14. Fallin' In Love
  15. It's Like Heaven
  16. Had To Phone Ya

Product Description

Catalogue number SEE CD 269 on the See For Miles label, produced by Brian Wilson, with the following tracks: 1> Tennessee Waltz, 2> Thinkin' 'Bout You Baby, 3> Mama Said, 4> Superstar, 5> Awake, 6> Sweet Mountain, 7> Everybody, 8> This Whole World, 9> Forever, 10> Good Time, 11> Now That Everything's Been Said, 12> Down Home, 13> Shyin' Away, 14> Fallin' In Love, 15> It's Like Heaven, 16> Had To Phone Ya.

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This 1971 album by Brian Wilson's then wife Marilyn and her sister Diane Rovell (both ex-The Honeys) is a pure pop masterpiece, somewhere between the country pop of Bobbie Gentry and a less polished version of The Carpenters. And, of course, there's a generous hint of The Beach Boys too as it was co-produced - and many of the songs co-written - by Brian (other members also lend a hand here and there). Featured here is one of Brian's most brilliantly strange songs, the atmospheric and Moog-heavy Sweet Mountain, and there's also a gorgeous version of Dennis Wilson's Forever. On this edition there are also bonus tracks in the form of a couple of excellent post-LP singles (but sadly not the still unreleased track Snowflakes). So basically, it's a mystery that it's not better known, and a scandal that it's currently unavailable...
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HASH(0xa07720a8) out of 5 stars A neglected pure pop gem 18 Sept. 2002
By P. Bevan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This 1971 album by Brian Wilson's then wife Marilyn and her sister Diane Rovell (both ex-The Honeys) is a pure pop masterpiece, somewhere between the country pop of Bobbie Gentry and a less polished version of The Carpenters. And, of course, there's a generous hint of The Beach Boys too as it was co-produced - and many of the songs co-written - by Brian (other members also lend a hand here and there). Featured here is one of Brian's most brilliantly strange songs, the atmospheric and Moog-heavy Sweet Mountain, and there's also a gorgeous version of Dennis Wilson's Forever. On this edition there are also bonus tracks in the form of a couple of excellent post-LP singles (but sadly not the still unreleased track Snowflakes). So basically, it's a mystery that it's not better known and a scandal that it's currently unavailable...
HASH(0xa1d70684) out of 5 stars Why isn't this readily available? 24 Jun. 2015
By Peter Hardy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I have a pretty scratched-up copy of the original "Spring" on vinyl, which I bought back upon its first release. It got good reviews at the time -- I particularly remember one of them raving about "Good Time", a delightful pop confection with the pure Brian Wilson touch (at a time when he wasn't contributing much to the Beach Boys). Spring's version of this song is miles better than that of the Beach Boys (recorded for "Sunflower" but rejected, and which later turned up on "Beach Boys Love You". It just feels better suited for a "girl group" sound. And then there's the beautiful, ethereal "Sweet Mountain", one of the great lost Brian Wilson songs. I'd love to get this on an (affordable) CD.
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