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NOTE: On June 18th, 2008, Sony BMG/ Legacy Recordings released the long awaited reissue of Dennis Wilson's masterwork, the acclaimed 1977 solo album Pacific Ocean Blue. Aside from a brief CD release in 1992, this is the first time this album has been widely available to the public since it's first appearance. Included in this release is a second disc packed with previously unreleased material from sessions leading up to a second solo album, tentatively titled BAMBU.

So, have you heard the new release? What do you think? What surprised you? Do you have questions? Reviews? Opinions? - they are all welcome here.

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Re: Smile, please

Steve T.
So, does anyone want to/can talk about any new stuff that the upcoming Smile release will shed light on, from a Dennis standpoint?
Just trying to drum up some convo.
I am not the Smile aficionado, so I'll leave it to others to tell me what they see in the track listing and preview media stories.

Steve. T.

Steve - there's definitely a couple of surprises for Dennis fans to enjoy on the big box set, but I don't want to say too much & spoil it for anyone. I will say this: there's a couple of cool Dennis credits in the sessionography, and of course his first composition & production, recorded under the working title of "I Don't Know", will be included in the box set as well.

Re: Smile, please

Good news! is Tune X also a Dennis song?

Re: Smile, please

Tune X is Carl's piece. Also very cool, kind of like God Only Knows meets Sunny Afternoon meets Eleanor Ribgy, without the vocals.

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