TJR says

So named as a follow-up to Capitol’s 1963 Hot Rod compilation, “Shut Down”, which included “409” and “Shut Down” but was not a Beach Boys album. The big question here is how on earth can an album lead off with the excellent “Fun Fun Fun”, continue with the sublime “Don’t Worry Baby” (Brian Wilson’s magnificent response to Phil Spector’s “Be My Baby”) yet still be classed as “average” by me? Tunes like “Pom Pom Play Girl” (complete with lyric “Rah Rah Pom Pom Play Girl), “‘Cassius’ Love vs. ‘Sonny’ Wilson” (a banal offering featuring cringe-inducing banter between the two) and “Denny’s Drums” (where we’re subjected to a solo Dennis practice session) ensure that this one goes down forever billed as a “mixed bag”…

The Jukebox Rebel
01-Jan-2013

A1 [02:03] 8.5.png The Beach Boys - Fun, Fun, Fun (Brian Wilson, Mike Love) Rock n Roll / Rockabilly
A2 [02:47] 9.2.png The Beach Boys - Don’t Worry Baby (Brian Wilson, Roger Christian) Pop
A3 [02:01] 6.4.png The Beach Boys - In The Parkin’ Lot (Brian Wilson, Roger Christian) Pop
A4 [03:30] 4.0.png The Beach Boys - Cassius Love vs. "Sonny" Wilson (Brian Wilson, Mike Love) Sketch / Skit
A5 [02:51] 5.6.png The Beach Boys - The Warmth Of The Sun (Brian Wilson, Mike Love) Pop Ballad
A6 [01:35] 5.5.png The Beach Boys - This Car Of Mine (Brian Wilson, Mike Love) Pop
B1 [02:07] 5.4.png The Beach Boys - Why Do Fools Fall In Love (Frankie Lymon, George Goldner, Herman Santiago, Jimmy Merchant) Pop
B2 [01:30] 5.0.png The Beach Boys - Pom Pom Play Girl (Brian Wilson, Gary Usher) Rock n Roll / Rockabilly
B3 [02:21] 5.7.png The Beach Boys - Keep An Eye On Summer (Brian Wilson, Mike Love, Bob Norberg) Pop Ballad
B4 [02:07] 6.0.png The Beach Boys - Shut Down, Part II (Carl Wilson) Rock n Roll / Rockabilly
B5 [02:17] 6.5.png The Beach Boys - Louie, Louie (Richard Berry) Blues / Rhythm n Blues
B6 [01:56] 3.2.png The Beach Boys - Denny’s Drums (Dennis Wilson) Pop




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