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Name:Dennis Wilson Pacific Ocean Blue

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01. dennis wilson - river song.mp3 (Size: 52.00 MB) (Files: 15)

 01. dennis wilson - river song.mp3

5.23 MB

 02. dennis wilson - what's wrong.mp3

3.36 MB

 03. dennis wilson - moonshine.mp3

3.46 MB

 04. dennis wilson - friday night.mp3

4.41 MB

 05. dennis wilson - dreamer.mp3

6.20 MB

 06. dennis wilson - thoughts of you.mp3

4.26 MB

 07. dennis wilson - time.mp3

5.01 MB

 08. dennis wilson - you and i.mp3

4.78 MB

 09. dennis wilson - pacific ocean blues.mp3

3.70 MB

 10. dennis wilson - farewell my friend.mp3

3.40 MB

 11. dennis wilson - rainbows.mp3

4.06 MB

 12. dennis wilson - end of the show.mp3

4.07 MB

 Dennis.jpg

50.25 KB

 nfo ourzonetracker.txt

6.10 KB

 zone.nfo

3.41 KB
 

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Dennis Wilson "Pacific Ocean Blue"
MP3 | CBR 192 Kbps 44100 Joint Stereo | 37:15 | 51.15Mb
1977 | Genre: Rock | Oldies

The solo career of Dennis was long overdue in arriving. He'd cut a couple of things in the early Seventies, but continuing hassles within The Beach Boys camp and blood-ties, kept him within the fold. His songs were removed from the boys 1971 album 'Surfs Up' after arguments with Carl concerning the running order. And this is after Dennis had been the main creative force on that most blissful of collaborative Beach Boys albums 'Sunflower' the previous year. Dennis threw his heart, soul and very being into his songs and loved getting a response to his music. Back in 1965 when thrust forwards to sing 'Do You Wanna Dance', a rare moment in the spotlight for Dennis - the girls would crowd to the front to catch a glimpse of the genuine Beach Boy, the one who really did live the life. A true heart-throb and a born star, although his talents were never really appreciated by the rest of the group. Audrey, the boys mother, had to beg Brian and Carl to even let the ( then ) non-singing 'drummer' join the group in the first place, back in 1961!

As Dennis developed and began writing songs of his own, the first of which appeared on the 1968 'Friends' album, Brian for one took note. Fans of Brian also latched onto the music of Dennis, and saw this as a great development in the world of The Beach Boys to compensate for Brian's own declining involvement. Through the years Dennis had steadfastly supported his brother Brian. During the 'Smile' sessions, it was Dennis who had said to the press "It makes 'Pet Sounds stink, that's how good it is", whilst Mike reputedly put down the material as crazy demented ~I'm an idiot with no life~. So forward to 1977, and a time when Dennis had pretty much been extricated from The Beach Boys by the Mike Love and Al Jardine camps in particular. The Beach Boys were signed to Warners and Dennis was allowed to finally make his solo record. Twelve Dennis Wilson songs, a cohesive mood and feel and at least a couple of genuine classics. Whilst The Beach Boys careered from disaster to disaster, with only the charming Brian return to form of 'Love You' receiving any real acclaim from the critics since 1973. Whilst '15 Big Ones' was a terrible nostalgia fest for the most part - Dennis produces an utterly commercial and contemporary sounding Rock album that deserved to be a far bigger seller than it was.

Contemporary? Well, The Beach Boys seemed permanently rooted in the Sixties whilst here Dennis displays evidence that he actually knew what was going on! Both 'Friday Night' and 'Dreamer' are songs with funky bass-lines that recall mid to late Seventies Pink Floyd. The latter song is a great combination of things, actually. Midway through the track quietens to allow Dennis to play Piano and bare his soul before reverting to funk and brass parts. These types of songs are nice, but where Dennis really excelled was the ballads. Before I get to those however, 'River Song' deserves a extra special mention. God, 'River Song' is great! The voice of Dennis Wilson, a voice lacking the dexterity and grace of his brothers - yet able to reach for the heart - ploughs straight into a gospel choir. 'River Song' is undulating and absolutely glorious as the gospel choir rise to surround Dennis moaning and praying his way through the song. Very spiritual, very exciting Rock n Roll at the same time. The low backing vocals "rollin, rollin on, river" is an excellent touch and shows that Dennis had learnt well from his brother Brian. 'What's Wrong' is Dennis celebrating his love for Rock N Roll, and this track swings! Great brass parts form part of the musical track and the Piano line is reminiscent of Brian and very melodic.

Moving through the album, we reach 'Moonshine' a gorgeous Dennis ballad utilising his technique of producing very full orchestral sounding tracks through both strings and keyboard lines. Dennis pleading for love, and the harmonies are truly beautiful here. Dennis's voice shows signs of strain in the loud sections of 'Thoughts Of You', but the opening and close of this song is beautiful indeed. Dennis could sing, and play Piano - that's all he really needed. The songs stand-up on their own. Not that 'Pacific Ocean Blue' is overproduced, I don't want you to draw that conclusion, because it isn't overproduced at all. Dennis did like surrounding his voice in orchestration, romantic orchestration to help draw out or reinforce the message of his songs. In this vein is the heartbreaking 'Time'. Dennis sounds weary and his vocal here is effective in particular. "I love you" sings Dennis, and that phrase pops up a few times across the album. Where some singers can sing "I love you" and it sounds like a commercial ploy and nothing more, Dennis sings "I love you", and it sounds like he really loves you. And, that's something special. The song 'You And I' is a delight, a charming mid-tempo ballad, with sweet guitar parts nice in particular. The title song reverts to the funky Rock n Roll of 'Friday Night' and 'Dreamer' also adding in very "wilsonian" production touches. "Water, water" backing parts, a texture and depth to the entire song, a great production from start to finish. The closing song is a classic Dennis Wilson ballad, 'End Of The Road', and you worry and believe him. You want to hold him. 'End Of The Road' is a shared grief out of which ultimately arises light and triumph as the song reaches it's conclusion.

Tracklist:
01 River Song
02 What's Wrong
03 Moonshine
04 Friday Night
05 Dreamer
06 Thoughts of you
07 Time
08 You And I
09 Pacific Ocean Blues
10 Farewell My Friend
11 Rainbows
12 End Of The Show

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