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Surf's Up - The Beach Boys

3 Ratings: 3.7
The 1971 album by The Beach Boys

Surf's Up is an album title for The Beach Boys based on a song with the same title written by Brian Wilson and Van Dyke Parks for the abandoned 1966–1967 Beach Boys Smile album. The song was reworked and used as the title track for the fourteenth … see full wiki

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2 reviews about Surf's Up - The Beach Boys
review by . August 21, 2009
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Following on the heels of 1970's commercial failure, Sunflower, the Beach Boys returned with a new manager and a new sound. 1971's Surf’s Up may be the Beach Boy’s most creative album, completely abandoning the fun in the sun music that first brought them to prominence. Brian Wilson no longer took complete control of the band due to his declining mental state, which allowed the rest of the band to showcase their songwriting talents. Carl Wilson really stands out with his two tracks, …
Quick Tip by . July 10, 2010
posted in Music Matters
One of my favorite albums of all time. The Beach Boys at their creative peak. A masterpiece!
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