1. Sail On Sailor
composers: Brian Wilson and Tandyn Almer
lyricists: Jack Rieley and Ray Kennedy
(4:32) [Dennis Wilson/Jack Rieley]
composer: Dennis Wilson; lyricist: Jack Rieley
3. California Saga: Big Sur
(3:03) [Mike Love]
4. California Saga: The Beaks of Eagles
(3:41) [Alan Jardine/Lynda Jardine/Robinson Jeffers]
verse by Robinson Jeffers from "Jeffers Country"
composer and additional words:
Alan and Lynda Jardine
narration: Mike Love and Alan Jardine
5. California Saga: California
(3:19) [Alan Jardine]
(5:03) [Carl Wilson/Jack Rieley]
composer: Carl Wilson
lyricist: Jack Rieley
7. Leaving This Town
(5:46) [Ricky Fataar/Carl Wilson/Blondie Chaplin/
composers and lyricists:
Ricky Fataar, Carl Wilson and Blondie Chaplin
additional lyrics: Mike Love
8. Only With You
(2:58) [Dennis Wilson/Mike Love]
composer: Dennis Wilson
lyricist: Mike Love
9. Funky Pretty
(4:09) [Brian Wilson/Mike Love/Jack Rieley]
composer: Brian Wilson
lyricist: Mike Love
additional lyrics: Jack Rieley
Mount Vernon and Fairway (A Fairy Tale):
1. Mt. Vernon and Fairway - Theme
(1:35) [Brian Wilson]
2. I'm The Pied Piper
(2:20) [Brian Wilson/Carl Wilson]
3. Better Get Back In Bed
(1:37) [Brian Wilson]
4. Magic Transistor Radio
(0:49) [Brian Wilson]
5. I'm The Pied Piper
(3:34) [Brian Wilson/Carl Wilson]
6. Radio King Dom
(2:02) [Brian Wilson/Jack Rieley]
story, composition and lyrics: Brian Wilson; additional
material by Jack Rieley and Carl Wilson
A Fairy Tale In Several Parts (Please listen
in the dark)
Sail On Sailor b/w Only With You (REP 1138)
California Saga (On My Way To ...) b/w Funky Pretty (REP
Produced By The Beach Boys.
Recorded In Baambrugge, Holland.
Engineer Stephen Moffitt.
Management Tom Hulett.
A lyricsheet was add to the album.
Officially, "We Got Love" was dropped from the
album's lineup well before release and replaced by "Sail
On Sailor." Unfortunately, copies of the album master
tape with "We Got Love" already had been sent
out to several overseas Warner Bros. affiliates. Corrected
master tapes followed quickly thereafter, but in Germany,
for some reason, there was a mixup when the album was sent
to the pressing plant, and the first several hundred copies
were pressed from the wrong master tape and shipped to stores.
I've heard that 600 copies got out before the mistake was
caught, but I don't know if that number is even close to
accurate. I do know that there sure don't seem to be 600
copies in circulation in fandom!
Out In The Country
It's actually a "Holland" outtake... mislabled
by the bootleggers.