Oh yeah, love Holland---Surf's Up put me on a BB bender, I started collecting everything after that. There were some interesting live versions of Holland stuff on the '73 double album BB in Concert too.Steve-o wrote:Holland has some nice stuff as well from the 72-73 era, if you don't have it...
Back aways I was swapping posts with mtm about seeing some of the guys from The Band and The Byrds play live in Arkansas in the mid-80s. Blondie Chaplin was with them too, who played lead guitar on Holland and the Live album. I got to talk with him some and I did tell him that I really dug the Holland/Live album licks. He was very approachable and appreciative. I was tripping on that for months!
Ram1 wrote:My dad worked dowtown and was on the elevator with none other than Carl Wilson.
theDingle wrote: Miss that dude.
Ram1 wrote: In my opinion, The Beach Boys were over when Carl died. In all honesty, I think they're a JOKE now. The only members are Mike Love and Bruce Johnston, backed by like a 12-member band. It's ridiculous. Even Al Jardine quit. I'm sorry, but I'm not gonna pay to see 2 Beach Boys. I'm glad I was fortunate enough to see the full lineup. (Without Bri and Dennis, of course.)
theDingle wrote:I suppose the 2 still gotta earn a living though.
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