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The Beach Boys In Concert

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Download links and information about The Beach Boys In Concert by The Beach Boys. This album was released in 2000 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 01:15:38 minutes.

Artist: The Beach Boys
Release date: 2000
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop
Tracks: 20
Duration: 01:15:38
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Sail On, Sailor (Live) (2000 Digital Remaster) 3:21
2. Sloop John B (Live) (2000 Digital Remaster) 3:12
3. The Trader (Live) (2000 Digital Remaster) 4:46
4. You Still Believe In Me (Live) (2000 Digital Remaster) 2:58
5. California Girls (Live) (2000 Digital Remaster) 2:57
6. Darlin' (Live) (2000 Digital Remaster) 2:21
7. Marcella (Live) (2000 Digital Remaster) 3:55
8. Caroline, No (Live) (2000 Digital Remaster) 3:04
9. Leaving This Town (Live) (2000 Digital Remaster) 6:59
10. Heroes and Villains (Live) (2000 Digital Remaster) 3:52
11. Funky Pretty (Live) (2000 Digital Remaster) 4:04
12. Let the Wind Blow (Live) (2000 Digital Remaster) 4:22
13. Help Me, Rhonda (Live) (2000 Digital Remaster) 4:59
14. Surfer Girl (Live) (2000 Digital Remaster) 2:35
15. Wouldn't It Be Nice (Live) (2000 Digital Remaster) 2:45
16. We Got Love (Live) (2000 Digital Remaster) 5:25
17. Don't Worry Baby (Live) (2000 Digital Remaster) 3:11
18. Surfin' U.S.A. (Live) (2000 Digital Remaster) 2:49
19. Good Vibrations (Live) (2000 Digital Remaster) 4:49
20. Fun, Fun, Fun (Live) (2000 Digital Remaster) 3:14

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Culled from two U.S. tours in late 1972 and mid-1973, In Concert is an honest look at the touring band in the '70s. Brian Wilson is absent. Dennis Wilson is hidden behind his drums, and Blondie Chaplin and Ricky Fataar fill in the gaps admirably. The performances are inspired, and the song selection is more adventurous than the band would be as an oldies act cruising the state fair circuit. "You Still Believe in Me," from Pet Sounds, gets a rare airing, while obvious hits such as "Sloop John B," "California Girls," "Help Me Rhonda," and "Good Vibrations" are matched up with deep tracks like "The Trader," "Leaving This Town," and "We Got Love," an outtake from Holland that made its album debut here. "Darlin'" and "Marcella" make for two solid rockers that break into the heartbreaking "Caroline, No," featuring Carl Wilson. It's a great (if often overlooked) release.