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The album peaked at No. 32 in its 37-week run on the US charts.
Produced by Brian Wilson & Murry Wilson. Album Surfin' Safari. Surfin' Safari Lyrics. Let's go surfing now Everybody's learning how Come on on safari with me (Come on on safari with me). Early in the morning we'll be starting out Some honeys will be coming along We're loading up our Woody With our boards inside And heading out singing our song . The song later featured prominently on The Beach Boys debut album of the same name. In 2014, Billboard ranked the song in its list of Top 30 Summer Songs.
The real breakthrough, as Brian Wilson asserts himself in the studio as both songwriter and arranger on a set of material that was much stronger than Surfin' Safari. Besides the hit title track and its popular drag-racing flip side ("Shut Down"), this has a lovely, heartbreaking ballad ("Lonely Sea") and a couple of strong Brian Wilson originals ("The Noble Surfer" and "Farmer's Daughter")
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Surfer Girl" is the title of a song written and sung by Brian Wilson for The Beach Boys. It was released as a single and it then appeared on the 1963 album of the same name, Surfer Girl. The B-side of the single was Little Deuce Coupe. Fun, Fun, Fun. The Beach Boys.
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Here is my alternate version of the Beach Boys' first studio album, Surfin' Safari. Originally released on October 1st, 1962, Surfin' Safari included the band's first single (Surfin'), as well as the titular single, of which pushed its way to on the charts on June 4th, 1962, propelling the group on their way to fame. Following that comes the two final tracks: "Barbie" and "What is a Young Girl Made Of", originally released as a single in 1962 by Kenny and the Cadets, a group consisting of Brian Wilson, Carl Wilson, Al Jardine, mother Audree Wilson, and producer Bruce Morgan. Over the years, the two tracks have come to be known as Beach Boys songs through various bootlegs, and so they shall be referred to as here.
Album: Surfin' Safari (1962). Charted: 14. Get the Sheet Music License This Song. Released June 4th 1962, this was the Beach Boys' first major hit. In his 1990 autobiography Brian Wilson said it sold 900,000 copies, and more overseas: in Sweden, in New Zealand, and a hit too in Italy and France, where it attracted cover versions. In the first verse, the band grabs some honeys and loads up the woody with some boards, setting the stage for the surfin' safari with some hip lingo. A woody is a funny looking wood-paneled vehicle popular with surfers
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