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📒Good Vibrations ✍ Mike Love
✏Good Vibrations Book Summary : Mike Love tells the story of his legendary, raucous, and ultimately triumphant five-decade career as the front man of The Beach Boys, the most popular American band in history -- timed to coincide with the 50th anniversary of "Good Vibrations." The eBook edition includes 85 additional photos. As a founding member of The Beach Boys, Mike Love has spent an extraordinary fifty-five years, and counting, as the group's lead singer and one of its principal lyricists. The Beach Boys, from their California roots to their international fame, are a unique American story -- one of overnight success and age-defying longevity; of musical genius and reckless self-destruction; of spirituality, betrayal, and forgiveness -- and Love is the only band member to be part of it each and every step. His own story has never been fully told, of how a sheet-metal apprentice became the quintessential front man for America's most successful rock band, singing in more than 5,600 concerts in 26 countries. Love describes the stories behind his lyrics for pop classics such as "Good Vibrations," "California Girls," "Surfin' USA," and "Kokomo," while providing vivid portraits of the turbulent lives of his three gifted cousins, Brian, Dennis, and Carl Wilson. His partnership with Brian has few equals in American pop music, though Mike has carved out a legacy of his own -- he co-wrote the lyrics to eleven of the twelve original Beach Boy songs that were top 10 hits while providing the lead vocals on ten of them. The band's unprecedented durability also provides a glimpse into America's changing cultural mores over the past half century, while Love himself has experienced both the diabolical and the divine -- from Charles Manson's "family" threatening his life to Maharishi instilling it with peace. A husband, a father, and an avid environmentalist, Love has written a book that is as rich and layered as the Beach Boy harmonies themselves.
📒Good Vibrations ✍ Barry Parker
✏Good Vibrations Book Summary : Peppered throughout with anecdotes and examples illustrating key concepts, this invitingly written book provides a firm grounding in the actual and theoretical physics of music.
📒Good Vibrations ✍ Mark Cunningham
✏Good vibrations Book Summary : From Elvis Presley's 'Heartbreak Hotel' through 'Telstar', Pet Sounds, Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, The Dark Side Of The Moon, 'Bohemian Rhapsody,' 'Anarchy In The UK', 'Heroes', 'Vienna', 'Two Tribes', Zooropa and Older, to more recent albums by BritPop stars Oasis, Kula Shaker, Cast and Radiohead, Good Vibrations - A History Of Record Production plots the development of popular music recording from the perspectives of the producers, engineers and session players. A perfect blend of the creative, the technical and the human, it chronicles the pioneers and their milestone achievements - from Les Paul's invention of multitracking in 1949, through the experimentation of the Sixties, to the dramatic advances in the miniaturisation and affordability of equipment which has given streetwise kids the tools to create hits in their bedrooms. Featuring contributions from Sir George Martin, Les Paul, Brian Wilson, Tom Dowd, Tony Visconti, Chris Thomas, Roy Thomas Baker, Midge Ure, Trevor Horn, Hugh Padgham, Pete Waterman and Brit Award-winning producers Brian Eno and John Leckie, this fully revised second edition brings the history of record production right up to date with a look at the making of Sir Elton John's record-breaking tribute to Diana, Princess of Wales ('Candle In The Wind 1997'), and how the influence of yesteryear has shaped the music of the late Nineties.
📒Good Vibrations ✍ Philip Lambert
✏Good Vibrations Book Summary : Good Vibrations brings together scholars with a variety of expertise, from music to cultural studies to literature, to assess the full extent of the contributions to popular culture and popular music of one the most successful and influential pop bands of the twentieth century. The book covers the full fifty-year history of the Beach Boys’ music, from essays on some of the group’s best-known music—such as their hit single “Good Vibrations” —to their mythical unfinished masterpiece, Smile. Throughout, the book places special focus on the individual whose creative vision brought the whole enterprise to life, Brian Wilson, advancing our understanding of his gifts as a songwriter, arranger, and producer. The book joins a growing body of literature on the popular music of the 1960s, in general, and on Brian Wilson and the Beach Boys in particular. But Good Vibrations extends the investigation further and deeper than it has gone before, not only offering new understanding and insights into individual songs and albums, but also providing close examination of compositional techniques and reflections on the group’s place in American popular culture.
📒Good Vibrations ✍ Judy Hall
✏Good Vibrations Book Summary : In this indispensable guide, Judy Hall shows you how to harness the power of your mind and intention together with crystals and flower essences to enhance your energies and your environment. Nothing in the book takes more than twenty minutes of your time and the benefits are incalculable. With simple exercises, visualisations, rituals, 'quick fixes', crystal grids and layouts, you will soon learn to contain and cleanse your energy field and enjoy life surrounded by good vibrations.
📒Good Vibrations ✍ Tom Cunliffe
✏Good Vibrations Book Summary : ‘A motorcycle the size of Roz’s Betty Boop would have been beyond the dreams of the craziest pack leader at the Ace Café on London’s North Circular Road in the monochrome days of rockers, Nortons, Bonnevilles and Marianne Faithfull, when ‘good’ was middle class, ‘bad’ misunderstood and the motorcycle offered stark hope to a generation of inarticulate searchers . . .’ Tom Cunliffe and his wife Roz take life in the saddle and on to the American highways and byways astride the quintessential ‘dream machine’ - the Harley-Davidson. With flashbacks to the Sixties, the eclectic assortment of moonshiners, bikers hard and not-so-hard, cowhands, Sioux Indians, strippers, biblebashers, war veterans, southern gents and the occasional alligator delivers a unique insight into the diversity of the USA.
📒The Good Vibrations Of Brian Wilson ✍ Lora Greene
✏The Good Vibrations of Brian Wilson Book Summary : Brian Wilson is one of the original Beach Boys members and is most well known for his genius in song writing. Brian, along with his two brothers Dennis and Carl, were teenagers in the late 1950’s and early 1960’s. They formed a band with their cousin Mike Love and high school friend Al Jardine, a band which would later take the nation by storm with their passionate surf songs and California dreams. Fueled by waves, girls, and sports cars, The Beach Boys became famous in the sixties for their upbeat pop and rock music. His life taken over by depression, alcohol, and drugs, Brian Wilson, the acclaimed genius of The Beach Boys, caved under pressure. He did not finish Smile and spent many years as a recluse. Eventually, a psychologist named Eugene Landy helped him recover, but then took advantage of his position and manipulated Brian until the early 1990’s. When Landy was kicked out, Brian was free to make a full recovery and went on to finish his Smile album as well as reunite with the surviving Beach Boys for a fiftieth reunion. This unofficial short biography recounts the good, bad and ugly of Wilson's life.
📒Good Vibrations A Healer S Journey ✍ Patrick Deprez
✏Good Vibrations a Healer s Journey Book Summary : Like many scientists, Patrick Deprez put his work ahead of his own health. The demands of his work as an analytical chemist consumed his life, and he drifted into a vortex of anxiety and depression. One fateful Friday afternoon, his mind broke down under the stress of his immense workload. Two painful days later, he reached out for help. Following his recovery, he experienced a life-changing epiphany in the middle of the night. Now an eager traveler on an unexpected path, Patrick's life was renewed with purpose. He was touched by God—and nothing would ever be the same again. Good Vibrations—A Healer's Journey is an amazing and true account of his dramatic physical and spiritual change. Patrick always felt the calling to be a doctor, to help those who suffered. As a young man, he flew between his native Belgium and Africa, where his father worked as an engineer. He knew from a young age that he wanted to earn his pilot's wings one day. And he achieved both dreams. In this memoir, Patrick explains how he taps into divine energy to help heal people diagnosed with serious illnesses, including cancer and heart disease. He also describes the steps involved in doing a healing, and provides examples of real, miraculous healings that have taken place in real people. On his remarkable journey as a healer, he has experienced revelations that have provided him with great clarity about humanity.
📒Trumpet Players Blow With Good Vibrations ✍ Irving Bush
✏Trumpet Players Blow with Good Vibrations Book Summary : A text with illustrations on the musical and nonmusical aspects of trumpet playing. A "minor classic"when first published in 1962.
📒Good Vibrations ✍ Ayn Carrillo
✏Good Vibrations Book Summary : It all started when Ayn's boyfriend pronounced her pornophobic - in defence of his own eyebrow-raising reading material. In order to prove that she wasn't a prude (just enlightened), this self-confessed Good Girl found herself jumping headlong into the booming sex industry in order to understand what her boyfriend was so interested in. She was intrigued to hear that "Porn is not merely acceptable, it's hip" (New York Magazine) and that women were the fastest growing segment in the porn industry. Ayn's quest soon aroused the curiosity of her female friends: and it transpired that the girls - single or married, involved or not - were desperate for information. And so, (in the name of research!) Ayn created her own "porn-to-do list." The items on the list ranged from: · Reading erotica · Meeting a porn star · Going to a sex store · Testing vibrators · Visiting a strip club Along the way, Ayn ditched the porn-obsessed boyfriend, and learned that one should not try to take change from a stripper's G-string tips, nor is the Hustler store the best place to make a first impression on a hot guy. This is the result of one woman's attempt to pierce the veil that modestly covers something many women are actually fascinated by. Surprising, hilarious, informative, and ultimately non-judgmental, this is one book you won't put down - once you admit you're curious enough to pick it up!