Beach Boys - Endless Summer [2LP] (180 Gram, gatefold) (Vinyl) - UrbanVinylStore

Beach Boys - Endless Summer [2LP] (180 Gram, gatefold) (Vinyl)

Brian Wilson's brilliance manifested itself in the euphoric, cheerfully square, sun-and-fun stuff heard here early on, before it got darker and more complicated. Endless Summer runs from the beginning of the Boys' pinstriped career to 1965, right before the melancholy of Pet Sounds, but also includes the inescapable "Good Vibrations." You can hear a few hints of adolescent sadness and fear--"Help Me, Rhonda" is essentially a kids' sing-along about a wrenching emotional rebound, and the shadow of death is hiding somewhere in "Don't Worry, Baby"--but Wilson is mostly concerned with the cars, waves, and girls that made up the Boys' public image, and his ingenious arrangements (coupled with the group's inimitable harmonies) make everything go down as smoothly as lemonade.


Surfin' Safari

Surfer Girl

Catch a Wave

Warmth of the Sun

Surfin' U.S.A.

Be True to Your School

Little Deuce Coupe

In My Room

Shut Down

Fun, Fun, Fun

I Get Around

Girls on the Beach


Let Him Run Wild

Don't Worry Baby

California Girls

Girl Don't Tell Me

Help Me, Rhonda

You're So Good to Me

All Summer Long

Good Vibrations