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1. Rock and Roll Music
(2:27) [Chuck Berry]
2. It's OK
(2:10) [Brian Wilson/Mike Love]
3. Had To Phone Ya
(1:42) [Brian Wilson/Mike Love/Diane Rovell]
4. Chapel Of Love
(2:31) [J. Barry/E. Greenwich/Phil Spector]
5. Everyone's In Love With You
(2:40) [Mike Love]
6. Talk To Me
(2:11) [J. Seneca]
7. That Same Song
(2:13) [Brian Wilson/Mike Love]
8. T M Song
(1:32) [Brian Wilson/Mike Love]
9. Palisades Park
(2:22) [Chuck Barris]
10. Susie Cincinnati
(2:54) [Alan Jardine]
11. A Casual Look
(2:41) [Ed Wells]
12. Blueberry Hill
(3:00) [A. Lewis/L. Stock/V. Rose]
13. Back Home
(2:46) [Brian Wilson/Bob Norberg]
14. In The Still Of The Night (I'll Remember)
(3:00) [F. Parris]
15. Just Once In My Life
(3:42) [Gerry Goffin/Carole King/Phil Spector]

Rock & Roll Music b/w TM Song (RPS 1354)
It´s OK b/w Had To Phone Ya (RPS 1368)
Susie Cincinnati b/w Everyone´s In Love With You (RPS 1375)

Production Infos:
Produced By Brian Wilson.
Recorded And Mixed At Brother Studio, Santa Monica, California.
Basic Track Recorded At Western Recorders, Engineered By Chuck Britz, except Susie Cincinnati, which was recorded at Brian Wilson's house.
Engineered By Stephen Moffitt And Earle Mankey.
Management Tom Hulett.

Album Infos:
It was planned that the album only should contained oldies.

"You're Riding High on the Music", "Lucy Jones" (B. Wilson/ S. Kalinich) or the Beach Boys cover of Van Dyke's 1966 debut "Come to the Sunshine":
"You're Riding High on the Music" and "Lucy Jones" may never have been recorded, as there are no tapes on them anywhere. The only other possibility is that they were laid down in rough form at Caribou Ranch in 1974-75 and the tapes lost in the fire that took out that studio some yearslater, but there is no real evidence (as there is with several other songs) that they were cut there.
As for "Come to the Sunshine," I can confirm that it was recorded, but the tapes are missing. I know the multi-track master for the song was held hostage by a studio owner in a mid-70s dispute with the Beach Boys (apparently over payment), and all trace of it seems to have disappeared in the years since. I also have been able to establish that the Beach Boys had a tape of some kind of mixdown on the song, but unfortunately it's not in their tape vault now and no one seems to know where it might have ended up.

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