Label: Capitol Records - 7243 5 25694 2 7,Capitol Records - 525 6942,Brother Records - 7243 5 25694 2 7 • Format: 2x, CD HDCD, Compilation, Reissue, Remastered • Country: UK & Europe • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Vocal, Classic Rock
The album is frequently considered a transitional album for the band, with the addition of Blondie Chaplin and Ricky Fataar on guitar and drums, respectively, and long-time member Bruce Johnston departing during its initial sessions. The initial American pressings of the album included the band's studio album Pet Sounds as a bonus record. The album was From Within - Blindside - From Within as a standalone album in Europe on Reprise Records.
This was the first album released under a new deal with Warner Bros. Drummer Sinfonia DAmore (Symphonie) - Milva - I Grandi Successi singer-songwriter Ricky Fataar also joined at this time, as Dennis Wilson had suffered a debilitating hand accident.
The album sees the Beach Boys entering a period of roots-based rock. Not long after the sessions began, Bruce Johnston had a falling out with manager Jack Rieley and left the band. Conflicting reports state that Johnston either quit or was fired. According to Johnston, he quit because he was unenthusiastic about Rieley's suggestion The Laws Must Change - John Mayall - Pop History Vol.
14 the group adopt a hard rock approach and felt that Brian Wilson 's prolonged lack of involvement had resulted in declining artistic quality. However, Rieley claims he fired Johnston, both to prevent him from voting in the group's democratic processes and because of the supposed disrespect and contempt Johnston was showing Brian Wilson at the time.
Johnston's main writing contribution, an early version of "Endless Harmony" entitled "Ten Years of Harmony", was re-recorded and eventually released in on Keepin' the Summer Alive. Johnston has said that his only musical contribution on the released album is as a background vocalist on "Marcella". Recording sessions took place at various studios in Los Angeles, including Sunset Sound RecordersVillage Recorder and Brian Wilson's home studio from December and lasted through February of the following year.
Following a brief tour of the east coast, the band reconvened for final sessions and mastering in April. An additional album outtake, "Out In The Country", was worked on during the sessions but remains unreleased. Brian Wilson sporadically contributed to the album's sessions, distracted by the production and promotion of the debut album of American Spring titled Spring.
The extent of his contributions for Carl and the Passions - "So Tough" were his collaboration on the writing of three songs and the recording of both vocal and instrumental tracks.
Two songs were written and sung by Fataar and Chaplin. Dennis Wilson also contributed two songs which he wrote with Daryl Dragonhinting towards the sound of his solo debut album, Pacific Ocean Blue.
Other songwriting contributions came from Jack Rieley two co-creditsAlan Jardine two co-creditsMike Love two co-creditsTandyn Almer one co-credit and Carl Wilson one co-credit. This LP was mixed for Légion DHonneur - Daniel Blanc & Co* - Uniquement Blues reproduction also compatible with stereo. The surround sound information can be extracted using the Dolby Pro Logic setting, albeit imperfectly, due to the different matrix coefficients.
It was reviewed favourably [ further explanation Here She Comes - The Beach Boys - Carl & The Passions So Tough / Holland ] in The San Diego Door. Elton John penned liner notes for the CD reissue, writing: 'This is an album which I have loved for a long time Carl and the Passions: So Tough has moments of breathtaking genius and experimentation.
When this record was released, I remember how different and fresh it sounded. It still does'. Track notes per liner notes.
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