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Live in Sacramento 1964

Live in Sacramento 1964
File:Live in Sacramento Beach Boys.jpg
Live album by The Beach Boys
Released December 2, 2014 (2014-12-02)
Recorded August 1, 1964 (1964-08-01)
Venue Sacramento Memorial Auditorium, California
Genre Rock, surf rock, rock and roll
Label Capitol
Producer
The Beach Boys chronology

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Live in Sacramento 1964 is a live album by The Beach Boys, released on December 2, 2014 exclusively through the iTunes Store. It was originally recorded in 1964, with some performances appearing on the band's first live album Beach Boys Concert in 1964.[1]

Background

The compilation's release was a result of revised European copyright laws, forcing some labels to publish unreleased archival material so that they would not lose their copyright. Live in Sacramento is one of two such releases by Capitol Records in 2014, and the other was Keep an Eye on Summer.[2]

Track listing

First Show
  1. "Little Honda"
  2. "Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow"
  3. "The Little Old Lady from Pasadena"
  4. "Hushabye"
  5. "Hawaii"
  6. "Let's Go Trippin'"
  7. "The Wanderer"
  8. "Surfer Girl"
  9. "Monster Mash"
  10. "Be True to Your School"
  11. "Graduation Day"
  12. "Surfin' USA"
  13. "Don't Back Down"
  14. "Don't Worry Baby"
  15. "Wendy"
  16. "I Get Around"
  17. "Fun, Fun, Fun"
Second Show
  1. "Concert Intro"
  2. "Little Honda"
  3. "Fun, Fun, Fun"
  4. "The Little Old Lady from Pasadena"
  5. "Hushabye"
  6. "Hawaii"
  7. "Let's Go Trippin'"
  8. "The Wanderer"
  9. "Wendy"
  10. "Monster Mash"
  11. "Surfer Girl"
  12. "Be True to Your School"
  13. "Graduation Day"
  14. "Surfin' USA"
  15. "Don't Back Down"
  16. "Don't Worry Baby"
  17. "I Get Around"
  18. "Encore: Papa Oom Mow Mow"
Rehearsals
  1. "Little Honda"
  2. "Papa-Oom-Mow-Mow"

References

  1. ^ "Beach Boys Release Two Expansive Archival Digital Albums Featuring Music from 1964". WFJA Classic Hits 105.5. December 7, 2014. 
  2. ^ Kozinn, Allan (December 5, 2014). "Rare Dylan Recordings Set for Release in Copyright-Extension Bid". New York: ArtsBeat. 


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