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The Beach Boys - Good Vibrations
It was released as the opening track on their album Pet Sounds. The song was also released as a single two months after the album's release with " God Only Knows " as its B-side. Its lyrics describe a couple in love lamenting about being too young to run off to get married, fantasizing about how nice it would be if they were adults. Like other tracks for Pet Sounds , Wilson constructed the song's orchestral Wall of Sound arrangement using a variety of instruments not normally associated with popular music of its time, including accordions and a twelve-string guitar. The music contains classical music devices that are unusual for a rock song, such as ritardando.
The main riff of the song is formed by the twin accordions working together with a lovely walking bassline , though I would've been hard-pressed to tell you there was any accordion on that track until I watched the video below explaining how the song came together. What's most intense: those twenty musicians' parts were originally mixed down to a mono master. One track of audio to rule them all. Watch this eight-minute video to learn details of the arrangement, along with audio from the original studio sessions:. It took 21 takes to get the backing track right, then a week to record the vocals. To understand the complexity of the vocal melodies alone, check out this audio bit isolating the vocals you may wish to have a hanky ready, it's beautiful :.
"Wouldn't It Be Nice" is a song written by Brian Wilson, Tony Asher, and Mike Love for the American rock band the Beach Boys. It was released as the opening .
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