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  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Surf's Up The Essential on Discogs.
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  3. Nikoshura | 04.11.2019 at 09:48 | Reply
    About “Help Me, Rhonda”. While recording, The Beach Boys' manager (and father to three members), Murray Wilson, barged in drunk, interrupting the session. An ensuing argument between father and son was captured on the tapes from the session, showcasing a confident-sounding Brian Wilson as he confronts his father, whose bad behavior has been documented elsewhere.
  4. The song was first released as "Help Me, Ronda" in March on the album The Beach Boys Today!. A second recording with a different arrangement was issued as a single under the spelling "Help Me, Rhonda". The single reached number one on the Billboard Hot , making it their second chart-topping single since "I Get Around" in Genre: Rock and roll.
  5. the Beach Boys recorded "Help Me, Rhonda" a third time for their album The Beach Boys in Concert, and Johnny Rivers revived it for a Top 40 hit in with Brian Wilson on backup vocals. It remains one of the best examples of Wilson's ability to turn the turmoil of his life into stirring music. (Oddly enough, it is the original LP version, not the single version, that turns up most frequently on .
  6. Jul 11,  · "Surf's Up" is the title of a song written by Brian Wilson and Van Dyke Parks. The song was intended as one of the centrepieces for the aborted Beach Boys.
  7. Daikinos | 30.10.2019 at 05:50 | Reply
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