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8 thoughts on “ Beaches In Mind - The Beach Boys - Thats Why God Made The Radio (CD, Album)

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  2. The Beach Boys are an iconic American rock band, frequently cited as one of the most influential and commercially successful groups in the history of popular music due to their intricate vocal harmonies, studio experiments, and novel approaches to pop songwriting. Rooted in doo-wop and rock and roll, their early string of vocal surf hits defined the '60s California Sound.
  3. That's Why God Made the Radio is as good as it gets for those who love their Beach Boys. It includes frequently gorgeous charts from Wilson and just a little sweetening to the songs (musically with help from Wilson's regular band and arranger Paul Mertens, lyrically with help from Joe Thomas and Jim Peterik).7/
  4. Jun 05,  · Album review: The Beach Boys' 'That's Why God Made the Radio' June 5, | am One of the more difficult tasks for a critic is to assess an anticipated new work by a legendary act, one beloved by generations not only for its transcendent sounds but the ways in which it helped define an entire region at a key moment in its history.
  5. The power of That's Why God Made The Radio is that it acknowledges that you can't reverse the passing of time and the regrets of the past. But you can make the most of the present, the beauty around you, and a bit of harmony with family and friends doesn't harm. So we have a .
  6. Jun 04,  · As a whole, That's Why God Made the Radio is not a top-tier Beach Boys album. But it's neither a reach nor hyperbole to say this final suite is among 7/
  7. We got beaches in mind Man, it's been too much time Not a care in the world is where I wanna be With the surfers, sand and the sea. We'll find the place in the sun, Where everyone can have fun, fun fun. Beaches in mind Man, it's been too much time Not a care in the world is where I wanna be With the surfers, sand and the sea. We got beaches in.
  8. Jun 01,  · For all its flaws, That's Why God Made the Radio is an infinitely better way for the Beach Boys' story to end than their last album of new recordings, 's disastrous country outing Stars and Stripes Vol 1, or indeed the last album that bore their name – Mike Love, Bruce Johnston & David Marks of the Beach Boys salute NASCAR – on which the trio rerecorded old hits for the benefit of a /5().

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