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Brian Wilson (Deluxe edition) [Import, Original recording remastered, CD]

Brian Wilson Audio CD
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1. Love And Mercy
2. Walkin' The Line
3. Melt Away
4. Baby Let Your Hair Grow Long
5. Little Children
6. One For The Boys
7. There's So Many
8. Night Time
9. Let It Shine
10. Meet Me In My Dreams Tonight
11. Rio Grande
12. Brian Wilson On Love And Mercy
13. He Couldn't Get His Poor Old Body To Move
14. Being With The One You Love
15. Let's Go To Heaven In My Car
16. Too Much Sugar
17. There's So Many
18. Walkin' The Line
19. Melt Away
20. Night Time
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Brian Wilson's solo debut finally arrived in 1988 to much fanfare and near unanimous critical hosannas. Unfortunately, its commercial impact was negligible, a disappointing outcome for both Wilson, who takes pride in his string of 1960s hits, and his boosters, for the 11-song self-titled record represents the zenith of the pop genius's post-Beach Boys oeuvre. "Love And Mercy" heralds Wilson's return to form; lyrically gracious and musically grand, it's an opener quite nearly on a par with "Wouldn't It Be Nice". From there, Wilson and an assortment of coproducers (Russ Titelman, Jeff Lynne, Andy Paley and Lenny Waronker) intermix brisk, playful rockers ("Night Time", "Little Children") with sumptuous pop concoctions (the a cappella "One for the Boys", "There's So Many"), wrapping things up with an ambitious suite, "Rio Grande". The reissue is generously fleshed out with interview segments, demos and late-1980s rarities, including the delightful B-side "He Couldn't Get His Poor Old Body to Move". --Steven Stolder

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Out of print in the U.S.! Digitally remastered and expanded edition of the former Beach Boy leader's 1988 debut solo album featuring 15 bonus tracks including interview segments, rare tracks and demos. While the album did not live up to commercial expectations, it was a critical success and remains his most rewarding solo release to date. Features the single 'Love And Mercy'. Warner.

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4.0 out of 5 stars What you need tonight Oct. 29 2003
Format:Audio CD
This, of course, was Brian Wilson's long awaited first solo album. It's a very good effort. Brian can't hit all the high notes he used to hit, but he is still an excellent singer. Good songs for the most part. His fans should enjoy it.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Some Great some okay Feb. 20 2014
By dmg1350
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Lots of well recorded songs by Brian with an excellent sound and certainly worth the cost of the disc.Some toss-in songs that show the songs development but in some cases are not very good.
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5.0 out of 5 stars cd April 9 2013
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
very good cd and lot of very good sons on it and lot of good souvenirs about it. It's the cd you can't stop listen to
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5.0 out of 5 stars Wow Brian ! Feb. 3 2004
Format:Audio CD
I just got this album today & let me tell you it is a masterpiece, it reminds me of brian in the hayday of the beach boys. the soundmastering on this cd is excellent rhino knows what they're doing , my favorite tracks on this disc are: love & mercy, walkin the line , baby let your hair grow long. but really this disc does'nt have any duds on it, sounds like pure sunshine. so break out the sunglasses , the cooler & sit back & enjoy,dance your heart out.
Take Care Brian,thanks for the music!
Highly Recommended For Beach Boys Fans& Classic Rock Nuts
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4.0 out of 5 stars Strong debut solo album reissued Dec 5 2003
Format:Audio CD
Under the questionable sheen of late 80s production techniques and sythesizers, the genius of Brian Wilson is found in these recordings for the first time since 1977's "Love You" album, recorded with the Beach Boys. Wilson is ambitious on his first time out alone (although with the help of several producers and the strange influence of Dr. Eugene Landy) with the magnificent suite "Rio Grande", while "Love and Mercy" and "Melt Away" rank with his best songs. This album is not on the level of Wilson's prime 1960 Beach Boy recordings, but is an interesting look into the later years of a musical genius and is sure to be worth any fan's time.
The bonus track are sort of a strange yet sometimes satisfying nature. None of them are classics but they provide a further window into the Brian Wilson of the late 80's. They certainly do not really go with the flow of the album, so consider them an amanded EP.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Brian Wilson first solo album June 7 2003
Format:Audio CD
Brian Wilson finally released his first solo album, and it is GREAT! Every song is special in its own way. This album is very emotionally moving and beautifully crafted. The bonus tracks are more than equal to the album itself. Night Blooming Jasmine and Being With The One You Love are really pleasant to listen to. Anyone who enjoys the Beach Boys' music unconditionally will love this album. Listen to it with an open heart, and be transformed.
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5.0 out of 5 stars WIGGLY PARTY July 18 2002
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
Did you know that on a Wiggles movie they sing Little Children??!??
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5.0 out of 5 stars I'm listening to it now! May 6 2002
Format:Audio CD
Great album. A real pleasure to listen to. Easy-going with lush arrangements and some personal material and comments by Brian on the songs and his thoughts. Rio Grande is a fantastic song that really showcases Brian's genius. The opening song Melt Away is one of the most beautiful songs ever written and is worth the price alone.
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