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Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 80

2024-04-15 16:48

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 Musical Disclosure by Perform School of music Episode 80

Welcome back to the second appointment dedicated to the Beach Boys.

Welcome back to the second appointment dedicated to the Beach Boys.


Let's pick up from May 16, 1966, the year when the band released "Pet Sounds," a revolutionary album that is still recognized today as one of the greatest masterpieces in music history. A primary source of inspiration for the Beatles, Paul McCartney has repeatedly stated over the years that Pet Sounds was a musical turning point for that period, and it served as inspiration for the creation of "Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band," the Beatles' masterpiece released the following year. The album features massive participation from various members of the legendary Wrecking Crew and substantial compositional autonomy from Brian Wilson, at the expense of the near-total exclusion of other band members in this regard. Later in 1966, Wilson began working on "Smile," an ambitious project intended to be the follow-up to "Pet Sounds." However, Wilson's pressures and personal challenges led to the cancellation (even physical destruction) of the album, which would be presented to the public only 40 years later. The subsequent period saw the band face ups and downs, with albums like "Smiley Smile" (1967), "Wild Honey" (1967), and "Friends" (1968), which failed to match the success of "Pet Sounds." In the 1970s, the Beach Boys sought to reinvent themselves with albums like "Sunflower" (1970), "Surf's Up" (1971), and "Holland" (1973), experimenting with new sounds and styles. However, the band struggled to maintain their relevance in a rapidly evolving musical landscape. Despite the challenges, in 1974, their compilation "Endless Summer" topped the charts, demonstrating their lasting impact on popular music.


Today, we propose "Sloop John B," from "Pet Sounds."

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