Dennis Wilson - Pacific Ocean Blue FLAC album
Only With You Track From The Awesome Pacific Ocean Blue Album By Dennis Wilson Of The Beach Boys.
Текст песни: We live on the edge of a body of water Warmed by the blood of the cold hearted slaughter of otter Wonder how she feels mother seal It’s no wonder the Pacific Ocean is blue.
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Recorded at Brother Studio, Santa Monica, California Mixed at House Of Blues Studio, Encino, CA Mastered at . New copies came with a large blue sticker on the shrink wrap with details about the release.
Producer and Engineer on Mixdown: Stephen Moffitt. Digitally Remastered by: Joe Gastwirt. Digitally Remastered at: Ocean View Digital Recording, West Los Angeles, California. Originally Mastered at: . in Burbank, California. Engineers: Stephen Moffitt Earl Mankey John Hanlon. 14. Album Tag Song (3:45) (Dennis Wilson) Dennis Wilson Music (ASCAP). 15. All Alone (3:44) (Carli Munoz) Carli Munoz Music Publishing (BMI). 16. Piano Variations On Thoughts Of You (3:03) (Dennis Wilson) Dennis Wilson Music (ASCAP).
Dennis Wilson wrote and produced a masterpiece which stands independently. River Song" is the most beautiful song on the album, but all of them are easy and wonderful listening. I only imagine what Dennis would have to offer later in his life but "Pacific Ocean Blue is a wonderful legacy. 2 people found this helpful. I've just recently decovered that Dennis Wilson recorded this amazing album. The instrumental version of Holy Man for me is so much better than the Taylor Hawkins version, although he did a fantastic job, he's no Dennis Wilson.
Summary: Beach Boy Dennis Wilson's solo album is rereleased with songs from his unreleased "Bambu" album and one unfinished track sung by the Foo Fighters' Taylor Hawkins. Record Label: Sony Legacy.
LP - Sundazed 5212). Though the roots of this 1977 album go back to the early '70s, Dennis Wilson's one issued solo project, Pacific Ocean Blue, is certainly a product of its time, both musically and texturally. The set's 12 songs reveal a songwriter who was looking to stretch out on his own and engage a vision of music that stood far outside what the Beach Boys were capable of handling or executing. Wilson himself panned the album, claiming it had no substance, and looked forward to the release of Bamboo, a record that remained unfinished and unreleased at the time of his death