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The Beach Boys - Pet Sounds (full album) Instrumental *Stereo*

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Pet Sounds - The Beach Boys (1966) 1. Wouldn't It Be Nice 2. You Still Believe In Me 3. That's Not Me 4. Don't Talk (Put Your Head On My Shoulder) 5. I'm Waiting For The Day 6. Let's Go Away For Awhile 7. Sloop John B. 8. God Only Knows 9. I Know There's An Answer 10. Here Today 11. I Just Wasn't Made For These Times 12. Pet Sounds 13. Caroline, No All tracks come from 'The Pet Sounds Sessions' (1997) 1. Wouldn't It Be Nice (Disc 1, track 23) 2. You Still Believe In Me (Disc 1, track 28)* 3. That's Not Me (Disc 2, track 11) 4. Don't Talk (Put Your Head On My Shoulder) (Disc 2, track 6) 5. I'm Waiting For The Day (Disc 2, track 15) 6. Let's Go Away For Awhile (Disc 1, track 6) 7. Sloop John B.(Disc 1, track 15) 8. God Only Knows (Disc 2, track 17) 9. I Know There's An Answer (Disc 2, track 4) 10. Here Today (Disc 2, track 19) 11. I Just Wasn't Made For These Times (Disc 2, track 9) 12. Pet Sounds (Disc 1, track 12) 13. Caroline, No (original speed) (Disc 2, Track 2)* *The introduction for 'You Still Believe In Me' - (Disc 1, track 26) *The train sound effect and dogs barking - (Disc 1, track 13) 'Caroline, No' appears here at the original speed. The version we hear on 'Pet Sounds' is sped-up, making the key A-flat Major. The version here however, is in G-major and slower. After Brian's double-tracked vocals were overdubbed, the entire recording was sped up by a half step. This was done at the suggestion of Brian's father (and manager) Murry. Brian explained that he preferred the "sweeter" sound of the sped-up version. At the end of the song, the sound of a passing train can be heard, accompanied by barking from Brian's dogs (Banana and Louie). In the late 1990s, it was rediscovered that the train sound effect came from a sound effects LP titled 'Mister D's Machine', recorded in 1963 by Brad Miller. The album featured contemporary recordings of various trains around the Southern Pacific system. The sounds that were lifted for the end of the Pet Sounds album were that of Train #58, "The Owl", speeding through at 70 mph through Edison, California. The sound effects (minus Banana and Louie), are in true stereo on the original effects album.