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Beach Boys classic recalls entire career in São Paulo
With only the lead singer Mike Love representing the original lineup of the Beach Boys, the group performed the night of Thursday (3) at Credicard Hall in São Paulo. Famous for their songs "sunny" directly from California, the band reminded her career through the rock, surf music and band playing Pet Sounds in 1966, one of the most influential albums in rock history.
With main audience far from their maximum capacity, the organizers have extended the home fans who were at the counter top to fill in the blanks just before 22h. When the curtains of Credicard Hall opened, the entire image gray Marginal Pinheiros was forgotten by followers of the group. Who ran the show now was Mike Love and his shirt surrounded by a colorful scene taken by palm trees and surfboards.
Opening your repertoire, the screaming guitars of Scott Totten and Christian Love, son of Mike, took the air venue. The outset, a medley with some successes that marked the career of the Beach Boys: Catch a Wave, Hawaii, Do It Again, Surf City and Surfin Safari. At the end of this block, the band's fans have remained timid in their place, but it surprised Love, who thanked all present and announced the next song, "This is for the girls," he said before Surfer Girl, hit another group .
Although the Beach Boys have become famous in the 60s by "rival" with the Beatles mainly through the genius in the songs of Brian Wilson, who has since left the group still in the 60s, the work is worthy of Love given to the respect with which the songs were treated. With a well trained, all members do their part and sing the complicated and ornate melodies that marked the fame of The Beach Boys, especially by brothers Dennis Wilson, who died in 1983 and Carl Wilson, who died in 1998. With the death of Carl, also Al Jardine left the Beach Boys, Love leaving only original member.
With support from the keyboardist Bruce Johnston, "pretty much" one original member, as is touring with the band since 1965, Love was able to thrill audiences with the strength of the hits of the Beach Boys. Almost half of the setlist in Little Deuce Coupe, the audience was able to let the energy flow and finally stood up. Many left their seats and went to the edge of the stage or simply were dancing in their posts. Even with the efforts of security guards, fans gave way to turn the site into a lead.
From this point on, the repertoire of the band led by Love amendment a series of hits, mainly from the legendary Pet Sounds. Are the highlights for Wouldnt Be Nice and God Only Knows, the latter dedicated to Johnston's partner Carl Wilson. The setlist following with hits such as Kokomo, Then I Kissed Her, Good Vibrations and California Dreamin, cover of The Mamas and The Papas has everything to do with the group. Such enthusiasm has prompted one fan climbed on stage to the shock of Love.
After embracing the singer, the boy was taken by a security guard.
To finish this first block, the group plays Rhonda Help Me, sung in chorus by the audience, Rock and Roll Music, Barbara Ann and Surfin USA opens with one of the best known of his repertoire. When he stepped off stage, did not need to make much effort to return Americans. Stamping his feet on the floor of Credicard Hall, the public soon saw the return of Mike Love on stage to close with Little Saint Nick and Fun Fun Fun
Catch a Wave
Do It Again
When I Grow Up (to Be a Man)
Why Do Fools Fall in Love
Be True to Your School
I'm So Young
Don't Worry Baby
Little Deuce Coupe
I Get Around
In My Room
God Only Knows
Sail On, Sailor
Sloop John B
Then I Kissed Her
Dance Dance Dance
Do You Wanna Dance?
Wouldn't It Be Nice
Help Me Rhonda
Rock and Roll Music
Little Saint Nick
Fun, Fun, Fun
Or. posted 03/12/09
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