Talk:Pacific Ocean Blue

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Brian "allegedly" praising it/not knowing Dennis had recorded a solo album.[edit]

Unconfirmed quote from Dennis Wilson, from 1977 & apparently reprinted in Back to the Beach: A Brian Wilson and the "Beach Boys" Reader by Kingsley Abbott :

"When my record was finished, Brian was the first to hear it. In the middle of some tracks he'd say, 'I can't stand this' and walk out of the room. Sometimes he'd laugh. Sometimes he'd cry. I guess he was thinking that he'd seen me grow up as a musician."

+ Record Collector #319 January 2006

Ken Sharp interviewed Brian Wilson for Record Collector (partly promoting his Christmas album), Record Collector #319 cover date January 2006.

(page 74) Ken: "What did you think of his solo album, Pacific Ocean Blue?" Brian: "I liked it, I liked it a lot".109.224.137.121 (talk) 05:56, 11 November 2013 (UTC)

I'm curious about this myself, especially since I just read the chat transcript of Brian and Don Was on Prodigy from back in 1995:
http://www.surfermoon.com/interviews/brianprod.html
During which he not only states himself that he would like to see Pacific Ocean Blue reissued on CD, but when asked about what his favorite song by Dennis is, he directly quotes one of the lines from "You and I".
Granted, that doesn't necessarily prove that he heard the album per se, but it does show that he was at least familiar with one of the songs.
Thoughts?
74.214.62.36 (talk) 15:02, 19 March 2014 (UTC)

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‘Extremely rare’ 1991 CD[edit]

The validity of the statement regarding the $200 selling price of the original 1991 CD is dubious. It can be bought on Discogs at the moment for around £5-20. Is this old information that needs to be updated to reflect the current status of the CD’s collectibility? TheSturgenator (talk) 14:44, 4 February 2018 (UTC)