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  • Kajigami
    The one flaw in "That Lucky Old Sun" is that, after a strong start, it drags a bit toward the middle, with "Mexican Girl" in particular not living up to the rest of the suite. But that's a minor quibble, especially since the best material of all is in the final third/5(19).
  • Takazahn
    Sep 02,  · There was a time when no one figured we’d ever hear from Brian Wilson again. And if we did, it wouldn’t be with the kind of self-reflection one hears throughout his release That Lucky Old Sun where he admits, “I laid around this old place / I hardly ever washed my face” and “At 25, I turned out the light / ‘Cause I couldn’t handle the glare in my tired eyes”.
  • Kazikora
    Brian's voice, at 68 years old, is now achingly expressive and with his trademark harmonies and That Lucky Old Band packed with baritone sax, clarinet, flute, French horn, trumpet etc his flair for the dramatic is as powerful as ever/5().
  • Tojanris
    The album is narrated in transitional interludes spoken by Wilson as 'That Lucky Old Sun,' the storyteller. The narratives, cameos on life and the heartbeat of Los Angeles, propel the album's musical story/5().
  • Mazujin
    Although Brian Wilson's previous live DVDs of "Pet Sounds" and "Smile" in their entireties are marvelous, in some ways "That Lucky Old Sun" is the most remarkable of all. It's one thing -- and quite a good thing at that -- for him to re-create some of his greatest music some years after it was written with the invaluable assistance of one /5.
  • Zulugul
    Aug 26,  · That Lucky Old Sun might not be Smile, hell it’s not even on par with Surf’s Up, but it’s a hell of a record, and one that not only Wilson needed to make, but his fans needed to hear. Here.
  • Shaktik
    Mar 13,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Southern California/That Lucky Old Sun (Reprise) YouTube Album Review Brian Wilson - That Lucky Old Sun - Duration: Giggens 1, views.
  • Akinosar
    That Lucky Old Sun Brian Wilson; 17 videos; 2, views; Updated 6 days ago Forever She'll Be My Surfer Girl by Brian Wilson Southern California/That Lucky Old Sun (Reprise) by Brian Wilson.

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