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The Beach Boys - Do It Again! album download
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The Beach Boys - Do It Again! album download

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The Beach Boys
Album:
Do It Again!
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Surf,AM Pop,Early Pop/Rock,Rock & Roll,Sunshine Pop,Contemporary Pop/Rock
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Do It Again" is a song written by Brian Wilson and Mike Love for the American rock band the Beach Boys, released as a single on July 8, 1968. It was written as a self-conscious callback to the group's earlier surf-based material, which they had not embraced since 1964. The song was issued only two weeks after the release of the band's album Friends, with the album track "Wake the World" as its B-side

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Produced by Carl Wilson & Brian Wilson. It's automatic when I Talk with old friends The conversation turns to Girls we knew when their Hair was soft and long and the Beach was the place to go Suntanned bodies and Waves of sunshine the California girls and a Beautiful coastline Warmed up weather Let's get together and Do it again With a girl the lonely sea.

Artist: The Beach Boys ( Beach Boys). Album: Single (1968). Translations: German, Turkish. It's automatic when I. Talk with old friends. All the faces we've missed so let's get. Back together and do it again. Submitted by Guest on Fri, 04/06/2010 - 11:01. Thanks! Advertisements. Translations of "Do It Again".

It's automatic when I Talk with old friends The conversation turns to Girls we knew when their Hair was soft and long and the Beach was the place to go. Suntanned bodies and Waves of sunshine the California girls and a Beautiful coastline Warmed up weather Let's get together and Do it again. With a girl the lonely sea looks good in moonlight Makes your nighttimes warm and out of sight. Been so long (Hey now hey now hey now hey now hey now) (Hey now hey now hey now hey now hey now). album: "20/20" (1969). Do It Again I Can Hear Music Bluebirds Over The Mountain Be With Me All I Want To Do Cotton Fields (The Cotton Song) I Went To Sleep Time To Get Alone Never Learn Not To Love Cabinessence.

The Beach Boys is the self-titled 25th studio album by American rock band The Beach Boys, released on June 10, 1985. Produced by Steve Levine, the album is the band's first recording after the drowning death of founding member Dennis Wilson. Do It Again" is a self-conscious callback to the band's earlier surf-based material. The lyrics to the song, originally entitled "Rendezvous", were inspired after a day Mike Love had spent at the beach in which he had gone surfing with an old friend named Bill Jackson. Mike then showed the lyrics to his cousin Brian Wilson, who proceeded to write the music to Mike's lyrics of nostalgia. Brian has stated in the past that he believes the song was the best collaboration that he and Mike ever worked on.

Another Beach Boys hit song where Mike Love wrote the lyric before Brian Wilson added the music was "Fun, Fun, Fu. Love told us that it was the Beach Boys' engineer at the time, Stephen Desper, who came up with "that really interesting" drum effect heard at the beginning of the track. Desper created it by blending the original sound with that of one drum strike being repeated four times. Following all the esoteric sounds the Beach Boys had pursued on Pet Sounds, the band's popularity had waned in the US and this song only peaked at However, their support had held up well in the UK and it topped the chart for one week thus becoming the band's second hit there after "Good Vibrations" two years earlier. It also became the band's first hit in Australia. The single mix of the song is slightly different to the album version, as it doesn't feature the hammering sounds on the fade out.

Single by The Beach Boys. It was the Beach Boys' last big national hit (of the Sixties) in Canada, placing at number 10 on the RPM Top 100. And on the New Zealand chart the single peaked at the number 14 position. The impact of the single belied its relatively low position in Billboard, rising to number 7 and number 8 in the charts collated and published by rival trade papers Record World and Cash Box, respectively. The song was first released on an LP in 1969 for the band's 20/20 album. The single version was slightly different from the album version in that it did not feature "Workshop" in its fade out. The song's backing track was released on the 1968 album Stack-O-Tracks

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 I Get Around Mike Love / Brian Wilson The Beach Boys
2 Do It Again Mike Love / Brian Wilson The Beach Boys
3 Fun, Fun, Fun Mike Love / Brian Wilson The Beach Boys
4 This Car of Mine Mike Love / Brian Wilson The Beach Boys
5 Surfin' Safari Mike Love / Brian Wilson The Beach Boys
6 Wendy Brian Wilson The Beach Boys
7 California Girls Mike Love / Brian Wilson The Beach Boys
8 The Little Girl I Once Knew Brian Wilson The Beach Boys
9 Graduation Day Joe Sherman / Noel Sherman The Beach Boys