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Dennis Wilson  - One Of Those People / Did You Think It Was Over? album flac Performer: Dennis Wilson
Title: One Of Those People / Did You Think It Was Over?
Style: Country
Released: 1979
Country: US
MP3 album: 1884 mb
FLAC album: 1152 mb
Rating: 4.7
Other formats: AHX MP1 ADX MMF AAC VOC MP2
Genre: Folk and Country

Dennis Carl Wilson (December 4, 1944 – December 28, 1983) was an American musician, singer, and songwriter who co-founded the Beach Boys. He is best remembered as their drummer and as the middle brother of bandmates Brian and Carl Wilson. Dennis was the only true surfer in the Beach Boys, and his personal life exemplified the "California Myth" that the band's early songs often celebrated.

Did You Think It Was Over? 2:55. B1. A Little Bit Gone. B2. Just Close Your Eyes (And It's Daniel). Dennis William Wilson. One Of Those People ‎(Cass, Album, Dol). One Of Those People ‎(8-Trk, Album).

Did You Think It Was Over? B1. The Fire Behind His Eyes. Man Made Of Glass. C1. C2. She's The Shadow Of Jane. C3. Just Another Yesterday (Part 1).

Dennis Wilson, in a fit of jealousy directed at Karen Lamm, his third wife, had torched her Ferrari. This would be one of a thousand crazy stories concerning the volatile Beach Boys drummer who, for most people with a passing interest in the band, is probably synonymous with any of several things: Charles Manson, surfing, womanising, his death by drowning. There was truth in all these stories. Dennis was the only Beach Boy who surfed. Yet Dennis did release a solo album in 1977. Although currently out of circulation, Pacific Ocean Blue was a collection comparable in scope and soul to Brian's best work. It was a densely packed musical tour de force. It was a total vote everyone stood in the studio and raised hands over the tunes,' Dennis would complain in a typically candid Crawdaddy interview. I was blown out of the water, but I don't want to sound negative - just critical.

Fleetwood Mac's Christine McVie spoke of her love for ex-boyfriend Dennis Wilson of the Beach Boys, when she was featured on the BBC's Desert Island Discs. Choosing the Everly Brothers’ ‘Cathy’s Clown,’ she remembered attending one of their shows while she was at college. Finally, we decided we couldn’t take it, we got out and just mingled with a bunch of people, and there was Phil Everly standing there. Years later I met him when I was Christine McVie from Fleetwood Mac and we did a duet together. The Beatles’ version of Chuck Berry’s ‘Roll Over Beethoven’ also made McVie’s shortlist, as did Etta James’ ‘I’d Rather Go Blind,’ the song she covered and sang lead vocals.

Dennis Carl Wilson was an American musician, singer, and songwriter who co-founded the Beach Boys. He was also known for his brief association with Charles Manson, a songwriter and cult leader who was later convicted of several murders. Angered by this, Manson threatened murder. He wanted money instead. I gave him about a hundred thousand dollars' worth of stuff. I think of Roman and all those wonderful people who had a beautiful family and they fucking had their tits cut off. I want to benefit from that?"

This movie is without a doubt identical to the comic strip. The characters look exactly alike, especially Dennis's parents. And I don't think anyone could have played a better Mr. Wilson than Walter Mattau. This is what makes the movie so good. Another familiar actor is Christopher Lloyd (from the "Back to the Future" trilogy and "The Pagemaster) who plays the robber

Tracklist

One Of Those People 3:54
Did You Think It Was Over? 2:56

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
E-46525 Dennis Wilson One Of Those People / Did You Think It Was Over? ‎(7", Single, Promo) Elektra E-46525 US 1979
E-46525 Dennis Wilson One Of Those People / Did You Think It Was Over? ‎(7") Elektra E-46525 US 1979
E-46525 Dennis William Wilson* One Of Those People / Did You Think It Was Over? ‎(7", Single, Promo) Elektra E-46525 US 1979