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Dennis Wilson - Pacific Ocean Blue Album

Performer: Dennis Wilson
Genre: Rock / Pop
Title: Pacific Ocean Blue
Country: Canada
Released: 2001
Style: Pop Rock
Label: Terra Firma Records Ltd.
Catalog Number: TFECD 2001-036
FLAC version ZIP size: 2213 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 2467 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 2237 mb
Rating: 4.3
Votes: 568


1Pacific Ocean Blues2:37
2You And I3:25
3Friday Night3:09
4River Song3:44
7End Of The Show2:56
8Farewell My Friend2:24
9Thoughts Of You3:02
12What's Wrong2:22


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PZ 34354Dennis Wilson Pacific Ocean Blue ‎(LP, Album, Ter)Caribou RecordsPZ 34354US1977
PZA 34354Dennis Wilson Pacific Ocean Blue ‎(8-Trk, Album)Caribou Records, CBSPZA 34354Canada1977
25AP 748Dennis Wilson Pacific Ocean Blue ‎(LP, Album)Caribou Records25AP 748Japan1977
88697640482Dennis Wilson Pacific Ocean Blue ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Caribou Records, Epic, Legacy88697640482Europe2010
CRB 32438Dennis Wilson Pacific Ocean Blue ‎(LP, RE)Caribou RecordsCRB 32438UK1990


  • Arranged ByDennis Wilson , Jimmie Haskell
  • Backing VocalsAlexander Hamilton, Baron Stewart, Billy Hinsche, Bruce Johnston, Kurt Becher, Ed Tuleja, Gregg Jakobson, Jim Dutch, Joe Chemay, John Joyce, Karen Lamm-Wilson, The Double Rock Baptist Choir, Trisha Roach
  • BassChuck Domanico, Ed Carter, Jamie Jamerson
  • Design [Album]Dean O. Torrence, John Berg
  • DrumsBobby Figueroa, Dennis Wilson , Hal Blaine, Ricky Fataar
  • EngineerEarle Mankey, John Hanlon, Stephen Moffitt
  • GuitarEarle Mankey, Ed Carter, Ed Tuleja, John Hanlon
  • HornsBill Lamb , Charlie McCarthy, Janice Hubbard, Lance Buller, Michael Andreas
  • KeyboardsDennis Wilson
  • Lacquer Cut ByJP, SM
  • Photography ByDean O. Torrence, Karen Lamm-Wilson
  • ProducerDennis Wilson , Gregg Jakobson
  • Producer [Mixdown], Engineer [Mixdown]Stephen Moffitt


Pacific Ocean Blue is the debut solo album by American songwriter-musician Dennis Wilson, co-founder of the Beach Boys, and the only one to be released in his lifetime. When released in August 1977, it was warmly received critically, and noted for outselling the Beach Boys' contemporary efforts. Two singles were issued from the album, River Song and You and I, which did not chart. Текст песни: We live on the edge of a body of water Warmed by the blood of the cold hearted slaughter of otter Wonder how she feels mother seal Its no wonder the Pacific Ocean is Wilson. Pacific Ocean Blue. SME от лица компании EpicLegacy Audiam Publishing, LatinAutor - Warner Chappell, LatinAutor, ARESA, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. Warner Chappell, Audiam Publishing и другие авторские общества 7. Dennis Wilson - Pacific Ocean Blue 1977. To favorites 5 Download album. Listen album. Dennis Wilson. Songs in album Dennis Wilson - Pacific Ocean Blue 1977. Dennis Wilson - River Song. Dennis Wilson - What's Wrong. Dennis Wilson - Moonshine. Dennis Wilson - Friday Night. Dennis Wilson - Dreamer. Dennis Wilson - Thoughts Of You. Dennis Wilson - Time. Pacific Ocean Blue is Dennis Wilson's only solo album, released on August 22, 1977. The crowning achievement of the brand of melancholy and introspective songwriting Dennis had been composing for near on a decade, it is regarded as perhaps the finest The Beach Boys solo album, notably outselling that group's contemporary album release at a time when tensions between Dennis and other group members were high. Though the roots of this 1977 album go back to the early '70s, Dennis Wilson's one issued solo project, Pacific Ocean Blue, is certainly a product of its time, both musically and texturally. The set's 12 songs reveal a songwriter who was looking to stretch out on his own and engage a vision of music that stood far outside what the Beach Boys were capable of handling or executing. Album 1977 33 Songs. Other Versions. 33 Songs. More by Dennis Wilson. Holy Man Hawkins - May - Taylor - Wilson Version - Single. Albums You May Also Like. 20 Essential Tracks from the Boxed Set: 1965-1990. In many ways, Pacific Ocean Blue represents the concept of freedom to a tee, even if such a concept may not have been a conscious decision made by Wilson himself. One of my complaints with post-Pet Sounds Beach Boys production is how condensed everything is in the mix oftentimes. It gives a very confined, almost claustrophobic feeling to the soundscape, which I feel can often limit the effectiveness of a particular sentiment an album wishes to portray. Pacific Ocean Blue doesn't have this problem at all the production is expansive without abusing the limits of stereo width