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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.

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Re: Gotta say...

I saw him in Milwaukee on 10/24 which was his 3rd show out on this recent tour. I must say this is the best I've seen him since the Pet Sounds tour!!! He was singing, talking, and actually playing the keyboard. From the reviews from my FB friends regarding the different concerts, it seemed that he got happier with every show. I for one, am glad that the G.H. tour went this well. Maybe he has Gershwin on his mind and that made him perform so well, I don't know. I saw him in South Bend and Chicago last November, and was very disappointed in the S.B. show as far as Brian's mood, but Chicago he was much better. As I said tho, Milwaukee was great!!!

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