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1974 Gotta Take That One Last Ride
« on: January 01, 2010, 01:23:57 PM »


1974

GOTTA TAKE THAT ONE LAST RIDE UNITED ARTISTS, UA-LA341-H2 0798


SIDE ONE:

Surfin'
(Brian Wilson - Mike Love)

Surfin' Safari
(Brian Wilson - Mike Love)

Sidewalk Surfin'
(Brian Wilson - Roger Christian)

Summer Means Fun
(Phil Sloan - Steve Barri)

One-Piece Topless Bathing Suit
(Phil Sloan - Steve Barri)

Vegetables
(Brian Wilson - Van Dyke Parks)


SIDE TWO:

Ride the Wild Surf
(Jan Berry - Roger Christian - Brian Wilson)

Honolulu Lulu
(Jan Berry - Roger Christian - Lou Adler)

Sunshine Music
(Dromensk - Girard)

Gonna Hustle You
(Jan Berry - Brian Wilson)

Surf City
(Jan Berry - brian Wilson)


SIDE THREE:

Drag City
(Jan Berry - Roger Christian - Brian Wilson)

The Little Old Lady from Pasadena
(Jan Berry - Don Altfeld - Roger Christian)

The Anaheim, Azusa & Cucamonga Sewing Circle, Book Review & Timing Association
(Jan Berry - Roger Christian - Don Altfeld)

Drag Strip Girl
(Jan Berry - Artie Kornfeld)

Schlock Rod (Part 1)
(Jan Berry - Don Altfeld - Roger Christian - Dean Torrence)

Schlock Rod (Part 2)
(Jan Berry - Don Altfeld - Roger Christian - Dean Torrence)

Deadman's Curve (sic)
(Jan Berry - Roger Christian - Artie Kornfeld - Brian Wilson)


SIDE FOUR:

Little Deuce Coupe
(Brian Wilson - Roger Christian)

Popsicle
(Cason - Russell)

Three Window Coupe
(Jan Berry - Roger Christian)

Hot Stocker
(Jan Berry - Roger Christian - Artie Kornfeld)

Bucket T
(Jan Berry - Roger Christian - Don Altfeld)

I Get Around
(Brian Wilson)
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Compilation Produced by Dean Torrence

All songs arranged and produced by Jan Berry, except:

"Vegetables" Produced by Dean Torrence

"Sunshine Music" Produced by Dean Torrence

"Gonna Hustle You" Produced by Dean Torrence. Track originally produced by Jan Berry. New Vocals by Dean Torrence.
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Art Direction: Norman Seeff

Album Design: Dean Torrence, Kittyhawk Graphics

Cover Shell Collage: Dean Torrence and Cathy McCarty

Shell Collage Photo: Joel Nussbaum

Surfin' Cover Photo: Jeff Divine, Surfer Magazine

Liner Photo: Steve Berry

Lettering: Rick Griffin

Sea Shells: The Tidepool, Malibu; McCarty Private Collection

Inside Surfin' Photo: Eric Eader, Surfer Magazine

Seagull Poster: Designed by Dean Torrence

Creative & Techical Guidance Plus Management Manipulation by William E. McEuen, Aspen Recording Society

Album Remastered by Douglas Sax, The Mastering Lab

Color Separations: Angel Color

Production Coordination: Dave Neckar

Special Thanks  To: Mike Stewart, Bill Roberts, Bob Cato, Montreal John, Steve Pezman

This Quazi-Moto-Monaural  Recording is Compatible with Both Your Standard Quadrophonic or Tetrahedral Systems

WARNING: It Is expressingly forbidden to suck or smoke this recording in any manner or form. If accidentally swallowed take two hot dogs and a cold shower with a friend.

The Songs "Bucket T" and  "Little Old Lady from Pasadena" Reflect Jan Berry's Restored Songwriting Credits, as of January 2002.

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Re: 1974 Gotta Take That One Last Ride
« Reply #1 on: April 28, 2014, 10:42:13 PM »
Just wondering why this song is considered an album and not listed with Other Notable Compilations.

Isnt this considered an Greatest Hits?

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Re: 1974 Gotta Take That One Last Ride
« Reply #2 on: April 29, 2014, 09:10:34 PM »
I was wondering if this is a must have to say you have all of Jan and Dean albums not counting all of their greatest hits and albums like that.

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Re: 1974 Gotta Take That One Last Ride
« Reply #3 on: July 16, 2016, 05:30:24 PM »
I am not an expert , but I became aware of this album being available right after the Beach Boys had their multi-million seller "Endless Summer." I suspect Liberty was trying to garner sales with their surf group. Some fans were put off by the fact the whole album was mono, but I felt the early material sounded fuller in mono rathjer than the split track stereo on many of the Liberty albums.

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Re: 1974 Gotta Take That One Last Ride
« Reply #4 on: August 29, 2016, 12:51:14 PM »
So, this album has the original mono mixes? I saw a copy at a second hand store for 10 Euros and was thinking about getting it, especially if it has the mono mixes

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Re: 1974 Gotta Take That One Last Ride
« Reply #5 on: August 31, 2016, 01:10:36 PM »
So, this album has the original mono mixes? I saw a copy at a second hand store for 10 Euros and was thinking about getting it, especially if it has the mono mixes

Yeah, it's mono . . . "Quazi-Moto Monaural," as noted on the packaging and disc labels.

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Re: 1974 Gotta Take That One Last Ride
« Reply #6 on: September 05, 2016, 11:30:52 AM »
Cool, thank you!
Then I might pick it up

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Re: 1974 Gotta Take That One Last Ride
« Reply #7 on: September 08, 2016, 12:23:53 PM »
Got it! 10 . One paper sleeve is missing...  :o
But there's also a poster inside which I didn't know before. Anyway, tomorrow I will be able to put it on my turntable. Looking forward to it, as I don't have the mono mixes of some of these songs.

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Re: 1974 Gotta Take That One Last Ride
« Reply #8 on: June 26, 2017, 05:13:52 PM »
  GOTTA TAKE THAT ONE LAST RIDE is to Jan & Dean as ENDLESS SUMMER is to The Beach Boys.