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California Saga/California  performed by  The Beach Boys  (1972)
Composed by Al Jardine
From: USA
Recommended by tinks [profile] on Monday 7th May 2001

Sounds almost like a country-rock interpretation of their own early-60s hits, with absolutely breathtaking harmonies that prove that Brian wasn't the only gifted composer in the band. But what is that instrument in the background, a mellotron, perhaps? Great lyrics: "Have you ever been down Salinas way?/where Steinbeck found the valley/and he wrote about it the way it was in his travelin's with Charlie."

from Holland (Brother/Reprise), available on CD (Epic)
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  08 Apr 04 ·gaymod: you fool, how can you think that al jardin, has got anything important to say, this song is like a 6th form poem.


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