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|Song by The Beach Boys|
|from the album Surf's Up|
|Released||August 30, 1971|
|Recorded||July 29, 1971|
|Genre||Progressive pop, progressive rock|
|Producer(s)||The Beach Boys|
Use in media
- The song was used in the 1972 surfing documentary Five Summer Stories.
- In 2000, movie director Cameron Crowe used this song in the Grammy award winning Almost Famous soundtrack, and it played during the end credits of the film.
- In 2005 it appeared on a compilation album of music that has inspired the Welsh indie-psychedelic pop band the Super Furry Animals titled Under the Influence.
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- The Beach Boys
- Carl Wilson – lead vocals, backing and harmony vocals, guitar, bass guitar, percussion
- Brian Wilson - piano, Baldwin organ, Moog synthesizer
- Additional musicians and production staff
- Marilyn Wilson and Diane Rovell - harmony vocals
- Stephen Desper - Moog synthesizer
- Charles Lloyd – saxophone, flute
- Woody Thews – percussion
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