25 Albums That Rocked The World by Geoff Brown, David Buckley, Chris Charlesworth, Andrew Doe, PDF

By Geoff Brown, David Buckley, Chris Charlesworth, Andrew Doe, Peter Doggett, Tony Fletcher

ISBN-10: 1847726267

ISBN-13: 9781847726261

From Elvis Presley's sunlight periods to Radiohead's okay computing device, here's some of the best of rock and dad song of the 20th Century. A consumer's serious consultant to the track, allowing the reader to pick the superior of an artist's repertoire sooner than creating a purchasing determination.

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Dennis and Carl Wilson loved the new music; Al Jardine decided “it sure doesn’t sound like the old stuff”; and Mike Love was memorably forthright — “don’t fuck with the formula”; (Bruce Johnston also loved the music, but as a wage slave like Jardine — rather than a voting member of the corporation — he had no real clout in such matters). Love’s disapproval also concerned certain lyrical themes, which Wilson, ever diplomatic, duly ensured were revised. In other matters, however, Wilson was totally intransigent, and this benign dictatorship resulted in Pet Sounds being, essentially, a Brian Wilson solo album with guest vocalists.

Included on the boxed set collectors CD in vocal split format, the vocals are even more stunning… and curiously, it’s Wilson and not Love singing the middle-eight (a point remedied on the second reissue of the mono/stereo single CD). You Still Believe In Me (B. Wilson/Asher) The odd bicycle bell and horn interjections in this stately, almost hymn-like number are relics of the song’s original incarnation as ‘In My Childhood’, a number that Wilson abandoned, but which had been recorded in such a way that these extraneous sounds could not be erased when he decided to recycle the track… yet strangely, they still fit.

Grossman was now determined to put Dylan on a commercial par with The Beatles. Dylan had established a base at the artists’ community of Woodstock, north of New York. It was while riding his motorcycle around the muddy, tree-lined paths of Woodstock that the back wheel on Dylan’s machine locked, and he was hurled over the handlebars. The few people who had been close to Dylan in the weeks before the crash remarked on the singer’s ghost-like pallor. You could hear how weary he sounded on record and in interview.

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