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Here Today - The Beach Boys - Beach Boys Party! / Stack-O-Tracks


2001
Label: Capitol Records - 531 641 2,Capitol Records - 7243 5 31641 2 6,Capitol Records - 531 6412 • Format: CD HDCD, Album, Compilation, Reissue, Remastered, Stereo, Mono • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Surf, Pop Rock
Download Here Today - The Beach Boys - Beach Boys Party! / Stack-O-Tracks

It is the tenth track on the album. The song's lyric is expressed from the perspective of a narrator who warns the listener of the inevitable heartbreak that will result from his newfound love. It was later included as the B-side to the single " Darlin' ". It was not one of the easier songs to write on the album. It was, as I recall, a song that I wrote quite a lot to, much of which we didn't use. It was sort of a struggle before we got a lyric that Brian was happy with.

Wilson said in"'Here Today' was probably one of the mystery songs on the album. I don't really know what it's about. I liked it, but yet I didn't. It is the end of the affair In Staburags Un Saulesmeitiņa - Zodiaks* - Mirušais Gadsimts / Dziesmu Izlase, Wilson said: "'Here Today' was a work of art in my opinion.

It was assertive track with utilization of basses played up higher. The trombones gave it that masculine touch. Bruce Johnston stated that the orchestral instrumental break of "Here Today" was influenced by late Baroque composers such as J. When discussing the Bach influence, Johnston stated "this Mind Your Own Business - Tequila Tony - Wanted Man the break that Brian told me was influenced by Bach - and if you've heard any Bach at all, you'll know what he's talking about.

When the instrumental track was recorded on March 11, it was logged as "I Don't Have a Title Yet", likely a reflection of some of the confusion surrounding its writing.

In the original mono release, some studio chatter between Bruce Johnston and a photographer can be heard during the instrumental break and the subject matter was revealed to be about cameras. Then, Brian says, "Top, please," which was an instruction to the engineer to rewind the tape to the beginning of the song so the group could attempt another take of the vocals.

When the stereo mix of Here Today - The Beach Boys - Beach Boys Party! / Stack-O-Tracks Sounds was done, this was deliberately omitted from the song at Brian Wilson's request.

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  1. Dec 22,  · Stream Stack-O-Tracks (Instrumental Version / Remastered) by The Beach Boys and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Exclusive discount for Prime members/5(9).
  2. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about The Beach Boys - Beach Boys' Party! / Stack-O-Tracks at Discogs. Complete your The Beach Boys collection/5(69).
  3. Stack-o-Tracks is an album release by The Beach Boys containing backing tracks to fifteen of their songs spanning their career to that point. As it was issued during one of their lowest commercial ebbs in the U.S., Stack-o-Tracks became the first Beach Boys album to fail to reachGenre: Rock.
  4. One of the oddest albums released by a major rock group in the '60s, Stack-o-Tracks consisted of instrumental backing tracks to 15 of the Beach Boys' more famous songs, stripped of their vocals to encourage karaoke-like singalongs. It's an indication of how low the Beach Boys' commercial stock had fallen at Capitol that the label was desperate enough to put out the kind of release that usually 3/
  5. "Here Today" is a song written by Brian Wilson and Tony Asher for American rock band the Beach Boys, released on their album Pet Sounds. It is the tenth track on the album. The song's lyric is expressed from the perspective of a narrator who warns the listener of the inevitable heartbreak that will result from his newfound morlugdabealoregravelredeemer.infoinfo: Chamber pop.
  6. Stack-o-Tracks, by comparison, is sort of the Beach Boys' karaoke album, made up of the finished backing instrumental tracks to the group's songs, including many of their biggest hits -- these tracks (which, as one would expect, are thoroughly polished) reveal as much about the internal makeup of the group's songs as the Beach Boys' Party! cuts 5/
  7. Nov 27,  · Stack-O-Tracks featured just the instrumental tracks to 15 Beach Boys songs. That's right, a Beach Boys album without the Beach Boys on it! Well, I suppose that's not technically true, because they did play some of the instruments on their albums, but most of the instruments were played by session musicians/5(7).

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