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bsten

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http://www.factmag.com/2015/01/30/brian-wilson-cuts-frank-ocean-and-lana-del-rey-from-new-album-no-pier-pressure/
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If it's as good as this, we're in for something reeeaaally good...  [smile]

 

Emile Haynie - "Falling Apart" (Feat. Andrew Wyatt & Brian Wilson)

 

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WOW!  Just in time for my birthday - what a gift!

Thanks for that info, Michael!

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   If Brian can get Al, David, Blondie, and who knows maybe even Ricky on board he'll have his own Beach Boys band going with more Beach Boy members than Mike.   I would say Al is probably close to a sure bet for the tour and maybe David too.  As for Blondie I guess we'll find out soon enough.
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If you ask me, a tour with Brian and Al gives you the greatest living Beach Boys singers together on stage.  David, Blondie, or even Ricky would just be a nice bonus. 
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kds,

     I don't disagree.  Just having Brian and Al accompanied by Brian's band is awesome.  David, Blondie, and Ricky would just be nice bonuses.  Out of all the surviving Beach Boys, Al's voice has definitely held up the best.  His singing doesn't sound much different from the way it did during the 60s and 70s.

     David Marks is kind of the guy in the middle.  I know he was with Brian's band during the last tour and he's also played some dates with Mike's band.  But there's nothing wrong with being involved with both groups if that's what he chooses.
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and Al was a constant with Mike until Carl passed. And Foskett moved from Mike to Brian. To Mike. Bruce worked with Brian during Imagination. It may become quite evident that both groups serve a purpose, and their relationship may be anything BUT fractious. At a couple of BB concerts 3 wks ago in the middle of the show a point was reverently made onstage RE the music's positivity and healing power and where it came from: "Brian Wilson, Dennis Wilson, Carl Wilson, Alan Jardine, Bruce Johnson, Mike Love". Hearing them identified like that, full names, on stage, packed house, TODAY! , is very respectful, and correct. At the last 2 names, a single white spotlight illuminates Bruce, then Mike. Both are humbled.
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Robert,

That's a pretty classy move by Mike, and at least he acknowledges the other key members with the video board.
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I didn't know Bruce worked with Brian during Imagination! In what capacity did he work with him? Is he on the album or was he with him live? I don't remember seeing that. That's cool
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Bruce Johnston did some background vocals on the album.  So did Jimmy Buffett, Christopher Cross, and Tmothy B. Schmit. 
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You're thinking of the DVD. Bruce isn't on the actual album, nor is Tim. Buffett is, though.
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AGD,

I just got out of my chair so that I can stand corrected.  [smile] 

Thanks for clearing that up. 

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Haha! Well good! That means 1) I am not going crazy in not knowing Bruce was on it and 2) I need to get the DVD as I have not seen that!
Thanks for both!
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