Category: Rock

8 thoughts on “ Dont Worry Baby - The Beach Boys - In Concert (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. The six Beach Boys' double-set LP is a mirror of their expansion while holding onto their good time surfing roots. This domestic tour LP has the usual host of past single hits plus eight new works. The older works have the feeling of openness ("Good Vibrations," "Surfin' USA," "Sloop John B."), while works like "Marcella" take on the broad.
  2. The Beach Boys Concert was a hugely popular album, their first #1 LP. Here they are in their classic striped shirts before a totally wild audience. Every fan should have this album. The surprise here is the Live In London album, recorded in late at two English venues. It's shameful the way America treated the Beach Boys after /5(54).
  3. Don't Worry Baby This song is by The Beach Boys and appears on the album Shut Down, Volume 2 () on the album Best of The Beach Boys Vol. 2 () on the live album The Beach Boys in Concert () on the album Endless Summer () on the album 20 Golden Greats .
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Terre Haute Pressing Vinyl release of In Concert on Discogs. Label: Reprise Records - 2RS ,Brother Records (3) - 2RS • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album Terre Haute Pressing • Country: US • Genre: Rock •/5().
  5. This is a review for the vinyl LP. It is a 2 LP set and the track listing is as follows: Side A: 1. California Girls 2. I Get Around 3. Surfin' Safari 4. Surfin' USA 5. Fun, Fun, Fun 6. Surfer Girl 7. Don't Worry Baby (single version) 8. Little Deuce Coupe Side B: 1. Shut Down 2. Help Me, Rhonda (single version) 3. Be True To Your School /5(1).
  6. "Don’t Worry Baby" is a song by American rock band the Beach Boys, written by Brian Wilson and Roger Christian, from the band's March album Shut Down Volume 2. It is a tender ballad with falsetto lead vocal by Wilson, who also produced the recording.
  7. Beauregard, the rockin' housecat, continues to wade thru the Beach Boys early catalog. This time he was ready to cue-up the boys fifth album, Shut Down, Volume 2, released early 'I advised the rockin' housecat that before he pushed play we would have to place this album in context.
  8. This live set is a great representation of the show I attended. Mike, Carl, Dennis and Alan with Blondie Chaplin, featuring a total of 3 guitarists, 2 drummers and 2 keyboard players to get their message across. If you don't believe The Beach Boys could rock, put this album on, turn it up and give it a good listen. Even the slow songs rock/5(84).

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