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  • CD (7 février 2012)
  • Nombre de disques: 1
  • Format : Import
  • Label: Mis
  • ASIN : B006QVRVSQ
  • Autres versions : CD  |  Téléchargement MP3
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On ne présente pas ce groupe californien qui triompha dans la deuxième moitié des "Sixties", d'abord avec des titres sans prétention (surf, plage, jolies filles, etc.) ; puis qui évolua - à partir de 1966 - vers une conception artistique nettement moins "commerciale" et beaucoup plus révolutionnaire. Sous l'impulsion de son arrangeur et mélodiste de génie - Brian Wilson -, il apporta de plus en plus de soin aux harmonies vocales et à la recherche de sons nouveaux, afin de concurrencer les groupes anglais (et, au premier chef, les Beatles). C'est à partir de l'album "Pet sounds" (1966) que les Beach Boys nous donnèrent toute une série de perles musicales, présentes dans ce best of : "God only knows", "Sloop John B", "Wouldn't it be nice", et - bien-sûr - "Good Vibrations", etc. Brian Wilson, dont l'équilibre psychique était fragile, préparait un grand coup, avec un album annoncé comme encore plus révolutionnaire : "Smile". Mais, la sortie du mythique "Sergeant Pepper's..." (des Beatles) lui fit (provisoirement en fait) abandonner son projet pour le groupe. Ce fut alors un long déclin, à partir de 1969-1970, qui s'accompagna d'une véritable descente aux enfers pour Brian, à la santé mentale défaillante. Mais, progressivement, ce génie refit surface, publiant de nouveaux albums. En tout état de cause, ce "Sounds of Summer" permet de retrouver les grands tubes de ce groupe mythique.
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De bonne qualité et tous les morceaux les plus connus. Trente au total. Pour les amateurs des Beach Boys ... leur grande période des années soixante.
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Cela fait partie des artistes où il faut bien en avoir un.

Un big up à l'interface de téléchargement mp3 d'Amazon qui fonctionne très bien : enfantin d'utilisation.
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HASH(0x922d4660) étoiles sur 5 Good, But Could Have Been Great 10 juin 2003
Par FXO - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
This is a fun CD containing an excellent selection of classic Beach Boys tunes, albeit with a VERY disappointing mix of mono and stereo versions.
The selections, to my way of thinking, are top notch. Nice to have this group all on the same CD, especially a great new stereo version of the original DANCE, DANCE, DANCE and a well-produced DO YOU WANNA DANCE, even if it is mono. This is about as career-comprehensive as one can come for The Beach Boys on one CD. Capitol did a good job in that respect.
What galls me about this CD, and keeps me from giving it five stars, is the large number of mono tracks which are included. Thirteen of the thirty tracks are mono and Capitol does not provide the consumer with that information on the outside packaging of the CD. You need to buy it to find this out.
Why Capitol, why? Why release yet another Beach Boys compilation, which could have been absolutely superb, which contains excellent new stereo versions of the some of these classics, while including so many mono versions? Why not wait until most or all of these tracks were available in the terrific-sounding stereo versions? To be fair, all tracks are well-produced, digital quality. Nevertheless, I feel deceived.
So that you can make the informed decision that was denied me in purchasing this CD, following are the thirteen mono tracks: GOOD VIBRATIONS, DARLIN', SURFIN' SAFARI, I GET AROUND, FUN FUN FUN, DON'T WORRY BABY, HELP ME RHONDA (the good version, not the one included on "Endless Summer"), BE TRUE TO YOUR SCHOOL, WHEN I GROW UP, BARBARA ANN, DO YOU WANNA DANCE, DO IT AGAIN and WILD HONEY. If I had known these tracks were mono, I may not have purchased this CD, but then again I may have just the same. I just don't like to be deceived and intentionally misled. At least now, you will not be.
Despite all, I can not end this on such a negative note because this is "up" music and there is one other good point about this collection. Virtually all of the new stereo mixes are superb. There are new or relatively new stereo mixes for CALIFORNIA GIRLS, SHUT DOWN, DANCE DANCE DANCE, HEROES & VILLAINS, GOD ONLY KNOWS, SLOOP JOHN B and WOULDN'T IT BE NICE. All are the original versions, but in updated, crystal-clear stereo. The remaining songs are older stereo mixes that sound just fine.
All in all, I don't think you would regret purchasing this CD but at least now you know what I did not, and can decide for yourself if the mono versions matter to you or not.
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HASH(0x91087684) étoiles sur 5 A Super Collection on a Single Disc 26 avril 2007
Par T.M. Reader - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD Achat vérifié
Too many mono songs? Another redundant collection? Hmmmm. I guess I don't care.

I just wanted to freshen up my hodpodge of vinyl and audio cassettes with a good comprehensive single source on CD. I made a list of MUST HAVE Beach Boys tunes. And . . . I found that this was the ONLY compilation that had every one on my list (except Spirit of America). And on a single disc (convenient) carrying 30 songs. All of their most popular hits and even a couple of great covers (I love "Come Go With Me).

I think the audio quality is fine and some of the remastering work gives a fresh listening experience to familiar tunes. (Heck, I first fell in love with most of these songs listening to them on a transistor radio with a single 3" paper cone speaker). The liner notes are also nicely done . . . some photos, band history, and a little data summary on each tune. Informative and interesting. This is an outstanding anthology of Beach Boys best and can be had at a very reasonable price.
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HASH(0x91ffdae0) étoiles sur 5 The FINAL Beach Boys Compilation? 14 juin 2003
Par Anthony G Pizza - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
Beach Boy fans who've walked past collections from three 60s best-ofs to "Endless Summer" in the 1970s to two sets of re-release two-fers, box and rarity sets as countless as sands on the seashore....finally have their ultimate one-disc greatest hits. "Sounds of Summer" gives the Beach Boys a comprehensive hits collection to rest beside hisorical rock figures from Elvis to the Beatles to Elton John.
Attractively packaged and sequenced, "Sounds of Summer" features a cool, sweet but ultimately vanilla Anthony de Curtis essay. (Beach Boy historians David Leaf and Mark Elliot have written better mini-histories of the band on other compilations.) Ultimately, these three-minute West Coast symphonies and California mimi vacations ("Surfin USA," "Sloop John B," "California Girls," "I Get Around") at least retain some freshness more than 40 years later.
It's the hits, nothing but. Longtime Beach Boy fans could easily name a favorite "Endless Summer" or other LP track missing here. But like "Beatles 1" and "Elvis' 30 Greatest Hits," this Beach Boys set ultimately introduces the band's legendary singles to the youngest music fans, many of whom were just learning to wade when "Kokomo" topped the charts in 1988. Buy "Sounds of Summer" for your children who can't wait for June, then buy "Pet Sounds" for yourself to prepare for their adolescence.
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HASH(0x9115f330) étoiles sur 5 Finally a comprehensive single disc set 17 juin 2003
Par Max H. Shenk - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
After years and years of trying to gather the Beach Boys' best known music from all of the different eras of their career, Capitol has finally gotten it right with SOUNDS OF SUMMER.
Until recently, such a career-spanning overview as this was not possible, since the copyrights to the band's music were controlled by several different labels. Capitol finally owns the rights to all of the group's albums, though, and, for those who can't afford the still-definitive boxed set GOOD VIBRATIONS: THIRTY YEARS OF THE BEACH BOYS, this is the place to start.
As with similar sets by other over-anthologized artists (the Beatles, Elvis, Sinatra), diehard fans will quibble with the song selection, but for the casual fan looking to grab one Beach Boys CD for that trip to the beach or to give to a friend (or offspring!) as an introduction to the group's music, SOUNDS OF SUMMER more than fills the bill.
Those who like what they hear on this set, of course, can (and hopefully will) go on to plenty of other CDs (ref: the double play TODAY AND SUMMER DAYS, or PET SOUNDS), but as a Beach Boys starting point, there are few better collections than this one.
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HASH(0x9192272c) étoiles sur 5 Only Surf Music? 15 novembre 2005
Par Adam Jaffe - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: CD
It's hard to say anything bad about an album that contains such classic songs as, "California Girls," "Don't Worry Baby," and just about all of the early tracks on this disc. However, I will. This is yet another attempt to release a "Best Of" Beach Boys album that downgrades them into a "summer fun" band that never did anything deeper. While containing many great tunes, I fear that many casual fans may buy this album and think that it's all of the Beach Boys catalogue they'll ever need. Here are the reasons why that's a bad idea:

A. This album contains three songs from the Pet Sounds album: "Wouldn't It Be Nice," "God Only Knows," and "Sloop John B." Pet Sounds is an absolutely essential album to own, especially if you want to get into the Beach Boys (Rolling Stone also recently named it the second best album of all time). Don't settle for just owning the three most popular songs.

B. While the mammoth follow-up to Pet Sounds, "Smile," was scrapped and never released as a Beach Boys album (Brian Wilson finally finished it and released it himself last year), why didn't they use any of the fantastic songs from those sessions? "Cabinessence," the un-truncated "Heroes and Villains," and especially that album's crowning acheivement, "Surf's Up," are all missing in action. These innovative, brilliantly written songs truly represent the best the Beach Boys ever got (especially with the latter song). While not a "Smile" cut, the omission of their best 70s song, "'Til I Die" (one of Brian's personal favorites), is also confounding.

C. The album contains far too many cuts from the Boys' "past-their-prime-nostalgia-act" period (i.e., anything past about 1975) when Mike Love was desperately clinging to popularity by writing surfy songs as if it was decades earlier. This is apparent on tracks such as the cringeworthy cover of Chuck Berry's "Rock and Roll Music," "Getcha Back," and the horrendous, 1988 mistake, "Kokomo" (is it really even a Beach Boys song without Brian Wilson's involvement?)

If you need a collection of early Beach Boys hits and you can't get your hands on a copy of the wonderfully mastered, now out-of-print "Endless Summer," buy this disc. You won't be disappointed with those lovely, early songs. If you really want do dig deeper into *why* the Beach Boys are regarded as one of history's finest bands, be sure to get a copy of "Pet Sounds" and download some of those key "Smile" tracks.
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