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The Beach Boys - Live In Seattle 2/28/70...featuring Brian Wilson

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Scan submitted/created by [perci96]
HQ Scans:
Publisher: N/A
Reference :
Date :2004
Made In :USA
Quality :audience recording
Booklet & packaging :
Total duration: 44:52

Comments
What you hold in your hands is a true oddity in the annals of Beach Boys history. It is well documented that Brian Wilson suffered his first of a few nervous breakdowns on a plane bound for Houston in 1964. From then on out, his live public performances with the band were few and sporadic. But when Mike Love took ill from a strange liquid diet in 1970 as documented in David Leaf’s definitive biography "The Beach Boys and the California Myth", big brother Brian stepped in to fill his cousin’s shoes for four nights in the Pacific Northwest in Vancouver, Portland, Spokane and Seattle, the latter being the performance herein. The story of these four shows has long been in dispute. But what you hear on this disc dispels all that idle chat.

This is the ONLY known recorded document from that evening. It has been booted on a disc cleverly titled "A World Without Love". And although we’ve never heard it, we must boastfully admit that this is a VERY good transfer to CD. Although you do not hear him much, Brian is announced and can be heard on several songs. See if you can figure out which ones. Now turn out the lights and listen…listen…listen…

A VERY special thanks goes out to the gentleman who was actually there that night to record this extremely interesting piece of Beach Boys history. I am EXTREMELY indebted to him for the tape of this release. Thank you!

Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   
1.
M.C. Introduces Brian/Do It Again(unknown)
Song
Concert
Seattle 2/28/70
(date unknown)
The Beach Boys
Live Seattle 2/28/70 (either afternoon or evening show)
2.
Darlin'(Wilson/Love)
Song
Concert
Seattle 2/28/70
(date unknown)
The Beach Boys
Live Seattle 2/28/70 (either afternoon or evening show)
3.
Bruce Introduces Brian(unknown)
Concert intro/announcement
Concert
Seattle 2/28/70
(date unknown)
The Beach Boys
Live Seattle 2/28/70 (either afternoon or evening show)
4.
Surfer Girl(Wilson)
Song
Concert
Seattle 2/28/70
(date unknown)
The Beach Boys
Live Seattle 2/28/70 (either afternoon or evening show)
5.
Sloop John B(Trad., Arr. Wilson)
Song
Concert
Seattle 2/28/70
(date unknown)
The Beach Boys
Live Seattle 2/28/70 (either afternoon or evening show)
6.
Help Me, Rhonda(Wilson)
Song
Concert
Seattle 2/28/70
(date unknown)
The Beach Boys
Live Seattle 2/28/70 (either afternoon or evening show)
7.
I Can Hear Music(Barry/Greenwich/Spector)
Song
Concert
Seattle 2/28/70
(date unknown)
The Beach Boys
Live Seattle 2/28/70 (either afternoon or evening show)
8.
Wouldn't It Be Nice(Wilson/Asher)
Song
Concert
Seattle 2/28/70
(date unknown)
The Beach Boys
track ends early (tape runs out)

Live Seattle 2/28/70 (either afternoon or evening show)
9.
Add Some Music To Your Day(Wilson/Love/Knott)
Song
Concert
Seattle 2/28/70
(date unknown)
The Beach Boys
Live Seattle 2/28/70 (either afternoon or evening show)
10.
Cotton Fields (The Cotton Song)(Ledbetter)
Song
Concert
Seattle 2/28/70
(date unknown)
The Beach Boys
Live Seattle 2/28/70 (either afternoon or evening show)
11.
God Only Knows(Wilson/Asher)
Song
Concert
Seattle 2/28/70
(date unknown)
The Beach Boys
Live Seattle 2/28/70 (either afternoon or evening show)
12.
Barbara Ann(Fassert)
Song
Concert
Seattle 2/28/70
(date unknown)
The Beach Boys
Live Seattle 2/28/70 (either afternoon or evening show)
13.
The Nearest Faraway Place(Johnston)
Song
Concert
Seattle 2/28/70
(date unknown)
The Beach Boys
Live Seattle 2/28/70 (either afternoon or evening show)
14.
Good Vibrations(Wilson/Love)
Song
Concert
Seattle 2/28/70
(date unknown)
The Beach Boys
track ends early (tape runs out)

Live Seattle 2/28/70 (either afternoon or evening show)
Core collection    Track identified    Version validated    Lyrics available    Version details available    Audio excerpt available    Participants list available   


Song Song Studio chat Studio chat
TV/Radio chat/jingle TV/Radio chat/jingle Interview Interview
Cover by another artist Cover by another artist Film Music/Orchestral Film music/orchestral
Concert intro/announcement Concert intro/announcement Advertising Advertising
Song by another artist Song by another artist Medley title Medley title
Book chapter Book chapter
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Reviews

Review by: rswitzerOn 01 Jun 2004 at 00:15 CEST
A 10 for the historical value, a 6 for sound. This is an interesting show in that Mike Love had the "flu" and Brian flew to Seattle to replace him. (read David Leaf's book for more about when Mike "flipped out" for a few weeks.) It is an average audie of the era. Don't expect wonderful fidelity, but if you're into Beach Boys shows you have to get this. First, someone other than Mike gets to talk between tunes. (mostly Bruce). Second, although Brian is hard to pick out, he can be heard. Better yet, he still obviously can cut it vocally. . . still has the falsetto! This may be the latest live recording I have where Brian joined the group when he could still sing adequately. A must for hardcore fans.
Review by: 49ersphilOn 07 Mar 2006 at 13:12 CEST
Sound quality not too bad for an audience member way back then and the content is just wonderful.


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Filename: bbseattle22870
Originally filled by: perci96
Date of creation: 07 Mar 2004 03:20:21
Last filled by: Rob G.
Last Revision Date : 10 Nov 2005 13:33:49
Online on : 10 Nov 2005
Type of media: Bootleg CD


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