THE BEACH BOYS - RECORD ALBUM COVER SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: THE BEACH BOYS (MIKE LOVE), THE BEACH BOYS (AL JARDINE), THE BEACH BOYS (BRIAN WILSON), THE BEACH BOYS (DAVID MARKS) - HFSID 296568
THE BEACH BOYS: BRIAN WILSON, MIKE LOVE, AL JARDINE and DAVID MARKS Their record album Endless Summer signed on the cover by four members of the group.
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THE BEACH BOYS: BRIAN WILSON, MIKE LOVE, AL JARDINE and DAVID MARKS Their record album Endless Summer signed on the cover by four members of the group. Record Album signed: "Al Jardine", "Brian Wilson", "David Marks" and "Mike Love", 12¼x12¼. Their 1974 release from Capitol Records, Endless Summer, record included. Formed by BRIAN WILSON, The Beach Boys also included his hometown friend DAVID MARKS, cousin MIKE LOVE and college friend AL JARDINE. Their first song, "Surfin'", which captured the California scene, was released to popular reviews, and a string of hits, most written by Brian and Love, followed, including "California Girls", "Surfin' USA", "Surfer Girl", "Don't Worry Baby", "Wouldn't It Be Nice", "God Only Knows", "I Get Around", "Help Me, Rhonda", "Good Vibrations" and two of the songs shown here: "Little Deuce Coup" and "Fun, Fun, Fun ('Til Your Daddy Takes the T-Bird Away)". The group's lead guitarist, Carl Wilson became a strong vocalist, singing lead on such songs as "God Only Knows" and "Good Vibrations". When Brian retired from the stage in 1965, Carl became the leader of the group. In 1983, US Interior Secretary James Watt banned the group from performing an Independence Day concert on the Mall in Washington, D.C., stating that the they attracted the "wrong element" to the city. He had to eat his words when he learned that President Reagan and First Lady Nancy Reagan were big fans of the Beach Boys. Lightly worn. Otherwise, fine condition. Authenticated by Roger Epperson.