Brian Wilson Presents Smile Rhino Records Ri 76582 (2004 180g 2 Record Set) Mint


Brian Wilson Presents Smile Rhino Records Ri 76582 (2004 180g 2 Record Set) Mint

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Brian Wilson Presents SMiLERhino Records RI 76582 (2004 2 Record Set Audiophile pressing)
TracklistA1Our Prayer/GeeWritten-By –Brian Wilson,Morris Levy,William Davis (2)2:09A2Heroes And VillainsWritten-By –Brian Wilson,Van Dyke Parks4:53A3Roll Plymouth RockWritten-By –Brian Wilson,Van Dyke Parks3:48A4BarnyardWritten-By –Brian Wilson,Van Dyke Parks0:58A5Old Master Painter/You Are My SunshineWritten-By –Beasley Smith,Haven Gillespie,Jimmie Davis1:04A6Cabin EssenceWritten-By –Brian Wilson,Van Dyke Parks
3:27B1WonderfulWritten-By –Brian Wilson,Van Dyke Parks2:07B2Song For ChildrenWritten-By –Brian Wilson,Van Dyke Parks2:16B3Child Is Father To The ManWritten-By –Brian Wilson,Van Dyke Parks2:19B4Surf's UpWritten-By –Brian Wilson,Van Dyke Parks
2:07C1I'm In Great Shape/I Wanna Be Around/WorkshopWritten-By –Brian Wilson,Johnny Mercer,Sadie Vimmerstedt,Van Dyke Parks1:56C2Vega-TablesWritten-By –Brian Wilson,Van Dyke Parks2:19C3On A HolidayWritten-By –Brian Wilson,Van Dyke Parks2:19C4Wind ChimesWritten-By –Brian Wilson,Van Dyke Parks2:54C5Mrs. O'Leary's CowWritten-By –Brian Wilson2:27C6In Blue HawaiiWritten-By –Brian Wilson,Van Dyke Parks3:00C7Good VibrationsWritten-By –Brian Wilson,Mike Love,Tony Asher
4:36D1Heroes And VillainsWritten-By –Brian Wilson,Van Dyke Parks4:47D2Cabin EssenceWritten-By –Brian Wilson,Van Dyke Parks3:30D3On A HolidayWritten-By –Brian Wilson,Van Dyke Parks2:28D4Wind ChimesWritten-By –Brian Wilson,Van Dyke Parks2:25*(all photos are of the actual item)
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  • Lacquer Cut By–Don Grossinger
  • Brian Wilson: vocals, keyboards
  • Scott Bennet:vocals, keyboards, mallets, guitar
  • Nelson Bragg:vocals, percussion, whistles, celery
  • Jeffrey Foskett:vocals, guitar, hammer
  • Probyn Gregory:vocals, guitar, brass, Tannerin, whistles
  • Jim Hines:drums, mallets, saw, sound fx
  • Bob Lizik:bass guitar, guitar, beret
  • Paul Mertens:woodwinds, sax, harmonica, semi-conductor
  • Taylor Mills:vocals, power drill, leg-slap
  • Darian Sahanaja:vocals, keyboards, mallets, drill
  • Nick Walusko:vocals, guitar

  • Stockholm Strings 'n' Horns
  • Staffan Findin:bass trombone
  • Andreas Forsman:violin
  • Erik Holm:viola
  • Anna Landberg:cello
  • Malin-My Nilsson:violin
  • Björn Samuelsson:trombone
  • Victor Sand:saxophone, flute, clarinet
  • Markus gatefold sleeve with a blue foil-like finish to the word "SMILE" on front.
    Lyrics and credits printed on the inside of gatefold.
    Vinyl release includes 4 Instrumental Bonus TracksBasic tracks recorded at Sunset Sound, Hollywood, CA, April 13 through April 17, 2004.
    Overdubs and mix at Your Place Or Mine Recording, Glendale, CA, April, May & June 2004.B3 is mistitled "Child Is Father To The Man" on the back cover.
    • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): 76582-A SET2 Don Grossinger 12372.1(3)...
    • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etched): 76582-B SET2 Don Grossinger 12372.2(3)...
    • Matrix / Runout (Side C runout etched): 76582-C SET2 Don Grossinger 12372.3(3)...
    • Matrix / Runout (Side D runout etched): 76582-D SET2 Don Grossinger 12372.4(3)...
    • Matrix / Runout (All sides runout stamped): MASTERDISK

    Brian Wilson Presents Smile (also referred to as Smile) is the fifth studio album by Brian Wilson, released in September 2004. Its production began as a series of concert performances which were then adapted for a studio album, as well as a 2005 direct-to-video concert film of the same title. The album received great acclaim and earned Wilson his first Grammy Award, later being featured in several "greatest albums" lists. Upon release, it peaked at number 13 on the US Billboard Hot 100 and number 7 on the UK Albums Chart. The project was originally conceived in 1966 as Smile, a concept album recorded by the Beach Boys written in collaboration between Wilson and lyricist Van Dyke Parks. It was intended to succeed the group's 11th studio album Pet Sounds and was based on the engineering methods of their single "Good Vibrations". Many years after the project was shelved due to personal and technical difficulties with recording, Wilson chose to revisit the material with Parks as a specially arranged live concert performance. Motivated by the unexpected positive reception, a studio-recorded version was then released by Wilson as a solo album. Recorded from scratch, Brian Wilson Presents Smile eschews the Beach Boys' Smile sessions by containing all-new instrumental and vocal performances. Recordings from the original Beach Boys' sessions were later released as The Smile Sessions in 2011. It featured a reconstruction of the Beach Boys' Smile album that loosely followed the track listing template never before established until the release of Brian Wilson Presents Smile. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    AllMusic Review by John Bush
    The white whale of '60s record-making, the Beach Boys' aborted SMiLE album gradually gained a legend that not only inflated its rumored importance and complexity, but gave credence to an odd notion -- that completing it, then or ever, was impossible. In truth, SMiLE should have been released and forgotten, reissued and reappraised, and finally remastered for the digital era and ushered into the rock canon ever since Brian Wilson halted work on it in May 1967 (after an exhausting 85 recording sessions). Instead, it languished in the vaults and remained the perfect record -- perfect, of course, because it had never been finished. Reports that the recording of "Mrs. O'Leary's Cow" had caused a nearby building to burn down and whispers of "inappropriate music" gave it the character of a monster, one that cursed all those who approached it and claimed the heart and mind of its major participant. Wilson's love of "feels" -- short passages of cyclical music that could be overdubbed and rearranged countless times -- had made 1966's "Good Vibrations" the ultimate pocket symphony, but had also quickly spiralled into the instability that consumed him during its follow-up, "Heroes and Villains," projected to be the centerpiece of SMiLE


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