Fall Breaks And Back To Winter (Woody Woodpecker Symphony) - The Beach Boys - Smiley Smile
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Released in as the third track on the group's album Smiley Smilethe composition derives from " Fire " — a piece recorded by Wilson several months earlier, but left unreleased due to his paranoia. Wilson said of this version, "That was sort of a song about a cold winter scene. We tried to paint a picture of winter and then spring, late summer, and then broke into winter. We used the 'Woody Woodpecker' theme because it was descriptive to us of spring and summer. Biographer David Leaf noted its "bizarre woodpecking" percussion, the use of a squeeze box that emulates the iconic Woody Woodpecker laugh, and Love Journey Deluxe (Klubbingman Remix) - Various - Clubbers Best Choice vocals by the Beach Fall Breaks And Back To Winter (Woody Woodpecker Symphony) - The Beach Boys - Smiley Smile.
A concentrated listening effort thus goes quickly to subtle details. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Instrumental composition by Brian Wilson. See also: The Elements: Fire.
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