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Help Me Rhonda - The Beach Boys - A Vocal Element - Live In 1967 (CDr)

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  1. The Beach Boys, American rock group whose dulcet melodies and distinctive vocal mesh defined the s youthful idyll of sun-drenched southern California. The original members were Brian Wilson (b. June 20, , Inglewood, California, U.S.), Dennis Wilson (b. December 4, , Inglewood—d. December 28, , Marina del Rey, California), Carl Wilson (b.
  2. Jan 16,  · "Help Me, Rhonda" is a song written by Brian Wilson and Mike Love for their American rock band The Beach Boys. The song is the first Beach Boys song (with the exception of their Christmas Album) to feature a lead vocal by Al Jardine. It was released in March on the album Today! as "Help Me, Ronda".
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  4. BEACH BOYS, LIFE'S A BEACH Vol, , studio & live, A-, 73CR BEACH BOYS, LIFE'S A BEACH Vol.1 Prehistory - Ready To Surf BEACH BOYS, LIFE'S A BEACH Vol.2 On Safari BEACH BOYS, LIFE'S A BEACH Vol.3 Take Jan & Dean Surfin' U.S.A BEACH BOYS, LIFE'S A BEACH Vol.4 Surfer Girl Crossing BEACH BOYS, LIFE'S A BEACH Vol.5 12 Hollywood Bowling.
  5. Help Me Rhonda Live In Hawaii / 8/26/67 Buy track MARK LINETT, Producer - Brian Wilson, ComposerLyricist - Mike Love, ComposerLyricist - The Beach Boys, MainArtist.
  6. "Help Me, Rhonda" was a track from that album in which Beach Boy Al Jardine, taking a rare lead vocal, pleaded with the title character to assist him on the rebound from another girl.
  7. The Beach Boys - A Vocal Element (SBD/FLAC) (Soundboard FLAC) "A Vocal Element" Live soundboard recordings, November Two-CD set; four concerts and bonus radio promos Outstanding quality Hang Ten 14 Help Me Rhonda 15 Barbara .
  8. Jan 02,  · "Help Me, Rhonda" was originally planned as simply an album cut, but radio stations began to play it. Subsequently, Brian Wilson reworked the recording to be a radio single. The song went all the way to #1 on the US pop singles chart becoming the second #1 hit by the group. According to Brian Wilson, "Rhonda" is not based on a real person.
  9. The label has scored again with "A Vocal Element", which documents the short Fall Thanksgiving Tour of Again, it is a themed approach but it's really more of a document of the period. This was a tough time, , for the band.