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Think About The Days
Written by: Brian Wilson/Joe Thomas
Produced by: Brian Wilson
Recording date: Late 2011/early 2012
Lead Vocal by: Harmony vocals by Brian, Mike, Al, Bruce and Jeff Foskett
Originally appeared on: That's Why God Made The Radio
Subsequently appeared on:
The passing of time, and the cycles of life are a recurring theme of this album, and it is reflected in the title and mood, of the track opener, even although there are no lyrics. It's a throwback to the genesis, family standing around the piano, harmonizing together.
Of course, a lot of time has passed since those early days, and a veritable flood has passed under that bridge. But the simple beauty of those voices in harmony, the piano and the aching French horn of Probyn Gregory at the end give this album just about the best start possible, and a reminder that Brian and the Beach Boys are more than back, they are here to reclaim their crown as one of the greatest musical acts ever.
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