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Keepin' The Summer Alive

The Beach Boys

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1
Keepin' The Summer Alive
The Beach Boys
3:43
2
Oh Darlin'
The Beach Boys
3:54
3
Some Of Your Love
The Beach Boys
2:37
4
Livin' With A Heartache
The Beach Boys
4:06
5
School Day (Ring! Ring! Goes The Bell)
The Beach Boys
2:56
6
Goin' On
The Beach Boys
3:04
7
Sunshine
The Beach Boys
2:54
8
When Girls Get Together
The Beach Boys
3:34
9
Santa Ana Winds
The Beach Boys
3:15
10
Endless Harmony
The Beach Boys
3:09
Total Playing Time    33:12
UK Albums Chart - #54, 1980

"... blends the pantheism of Holland, the tunefulness of Pet Sounds and the sweetness of Surf's Up into a polished, hook-filled retrospective that has the ring of an official farewell."
- Rolling Stone

Keepin' The Summer Alive, released in 1980, was lushly produced by Bruce Johnston after an ill-fated attempt to have Brian Wilson helm the album. Featuring string and horn sections and many contributing musicians, among them Joe Walsh on guitar on the title track, this is the last Beach Boys album issued before the death of Dennis Wilson in 1983. The drummer refused to participate in the recording of Keepin' The Summer Alive and only appears on one old track from 1972.
192 kHz / 24-bit and 96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Brother Records Studio Masters

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