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Pop Odyssee 1 - Die Beach Boys und der Satan (1997)

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Brian Wilson: Good Vibrations: scary, scary stuff, in fact stuff I don't like to listen to. I'd go out of my way, anywhere, not to hear Good Vibrations, not to hear something that strange.
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The great Brian Wilson
21 March 2009 | by (California) – See all my reviews

Archival footage, the Beach Boys music and 1997 interview soundbites, make an interesting look at Brian Wilson and his creative process. We get some history of the music scene and what was going on in society at the time.

The well-known connection to Charles Manson feels like it's brought in as pure exploitation. It's another of those cheezy attempts to show some connection or inevitability of a progression from the counterculture to evil. Fortunately that's only a small part of the film at the end. It's worth watching for the historical Beach Boys footage, the interviews with Brian Wilson, and musicians and producers who were around the Beach Boys back when.


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