Brian Wilson & The Beach Boys: How Deep is the Ocean? : Essays & Conversations

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Omnibus, Jun 1, 2003 - Music - 200 pages
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A new format of this classic bestseller. A compilation of 30 years of Paul William's distinguished writing about the legendary group. The classic bestseller re-issed in a b format paperback edition. This brings together the cream of Paul William's Beach Boys pieces - the best writing about the legendary book ever published. In contains the 1967 conversation between Williams and David Anderle on the inside story of Brian Wilson's unfinished album Smile, plus a new segment in which Anderle and Williams update their discussion in 1997. This begins with William's account of a 1966 visit to Brian Wilson's home in Beverly Hills and goes on to span almost three decades, culminating in a definitive 1995 conversation widely regarded as the most illuminating Wilson interview ever.

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User Review  - Bob Breckwoldt - Goodreads

Great in places, but like a lot of Williams' work, he is in need of an editor. However the interviews with David Anderle are essential for all Beach Boys obsessives. That and what life was like at the ... Read full review

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User Review  - Marco - Goodreads

Lots of little seen interviews and in depth analysis' of their work. Intresting curio's from the past. Read full review

About the author (2003)

Paul Williams is Ireland's most respected crime journalist and true crime author. A qualified criminologist he has won a number of major journalism awards for his investigative work for "The Sunday World," He has been responsible for a string of major exposes about John Gilligan, his gang and the murder of Veronica Guerin. Williams is the international bestselling author of "Gangland "and" The General "which was made into a major motion picture by director John Boorman.

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