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Greatest Hits Volume Three: Best of the Brother Years 1970–1986

Greatest Hits Volume Three: Best of the Brother Years 1970–1986
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Greatest hits album by The Beach Boys
Released February 1, 2000
Recorded Autumn 1969 – Spring 1986
Genre Rock
Length 61:52
Label Capitol
Producer Brian Wilson, Carl Wilson, Bruce Johnston, Al Jardine, Steve Levine and Terry Melcher
The Beach Boys chronology

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Greatest Hits Volume Three: Best of the Brother Years 1970–1986 is a 2000 single disc compilation by The Beach Boys and released through Capitol Records. It was released several months after its predecessors, The Greatest Hits – Volume 1: 20 Good Vibrations and The Greatest Hits – Volume 2: 20 More Good Vibrations.

Track listing

No. TitleLead vocals[2] Length
1. "Add Some Music to Your Day"  Mike Love, Bruce Johnston,
Carl Wilson, Brian Wilson, Al Jardine
3:34
2. "Susie Cincinnati" (Single mix)Al Jardine 2:57
3. "This Whole World"  Carl Wilson 1:56
4. "Long Promised Road"  Carl Wilson 3:30
5. "Disney Girls (1957)"  Bruce Johnston 4:06
6. "'Til I Die"  Group, Brian Wilson 2:40
7. "Surf's Up"  Carl Wilson, Brian Wilson 4:12
8. "Marcella"  Carl Wilson 3:53
9. "Sail On, Sailor"  Blondie Chaplin 3:18
10. "The Trader"  Carl Wilson 5:05
11. "California Saga (On My Way to Sunny Californ-i-a)" (Single mix)Brian Wilson, Mike Love 3:15
12. "Rock and Roll Music" (Single version)Mike Love 2:27
13. "It's OK" (Single version)Mike Love 2:07
14. "Honkin' Down the Highway"  Al Jardine 2:47
15. "Peggy Sue"  Al Jardine 2:15
16. "Good Timin'"  Carl Wilson 2:12
17. "Goin' On"  Mike Love, Carl Wilson 2:59
18. "Come Go with Me"  Al Jardine 2:07
19. "Getcha Back"  Mike Love, Brian Wilson 3:02
20. "California Dreamin'"  Al Jardine, Carl Wilson 3:12

Titled The Best of the Beach Boys: 1970–1986 in England, it included three additional songs not issued on the U.S. version: "Tears in the Morning", the disco remake of "Here Comes the Night" from The Beach Boys' L.A. (Light Album), and "Sumahama".

Greatest Hits Volume Three: Best of the Brother Years 1970–1986 (Capitol 7243 5 24511 2) never charted in the US or the UK.

References

  1. ^ Template:Allmusic
  2. ^ Album notes