|2||Some Of Your Love||2:35|
|3||Livin' With A Heartache||4:05|
|5||School Day (Ring! Ring! Goes The Bell)||2:53|
|7||When Girls Get Together||3:31|
|8||Santa Ana Winds||3:13|
|10||Keepin' The Summer Alive||3:43|
|FZ 36283, 36283||The Beach Boys||Keepin' The Summer Alive (LP, Album, Pit)||Caribou Records, Caribou Records, Brother Records||FZ 36283, 36283||US||1980|
|FZT 36283||The Beach Boys||Keepin' The Summer Alive (Cass)||Caribou Records||FZT 36283||Canada||1980|
|468350 2||The Beach Boys||Keepin' The Summer Alive (CD, RE, RM)||Epic, Brother Records , Caribou Records||468350 2||Netherlands||1991|
|FZ 36283||The Beach Boys||Keepin' The Summer Alive (LP, Album)||Caribou Records, Brother Records||FZ 36283||Canada||1980|
|FZ 36283, 36283||The Beach Boys||Keepin' The Summer Alive (LP, Album)||Caribou Records, Caribou Records||FZ 36283, 36283||US||1980|
- Arranged By [Arranger (horns)] – Bob Alcivar
- Arranged By [Arranger (strings)] – Harry Betts
- Art Direction – Tony Lane
- Crew [Beach Boys Road Crew, Road Manager] – Jason Raphalian
- Crew [Beach Boys Road Crew, Road Sound] – Randy Barner
- Crew [Beach Boys Road Crew] – Ray Upton
- Engineer – Chuck Britz, Chuck Leary, Rodney Pearson
- Engineer [Chief Engineer, Mixer] – Steve Desper
- Engineer [Second Engineer] – Brian Behrns
- Illustration – John Alvin
- Lighting [Beach Boys Road Crew] – Greg Hamm
- Management – Jerry Schilling Management
- Performer [Musician] – Al Jardine, Bill House, Billy Walker, Brian Wilson, Bruce Johnston, Brian Garafalo, Caleb Quaye, Carl Wilson, Chuck Findley, Daryl Dragon, Dennis Wilson , Dick Hyde, Efrain Toro, Gary Mallaber, Igor Horoshevsky, Joe Walsh, Joel Peskin, John Hobbs, Mike Meros, Ray Armando, Ricci Martin, Ricky Fataar, Scott Mathews, Steve Douglas, Steve Forman, Steve Ross , Vince Charles
- Photography By – Gary Nichamin
- Producer – Bruce Johnston
- Written-By – A. Jardine (tracks: B4), B. Wilson (tracks: A2, A3, B1 to B4), B. Johnston (tracks: B5), C. Wilson (tracks: A1, A4), C. Berry (tracks: A5), M. Love (tracks: A2, A3, B1 to B3), R. Bachman (tracks: A1, A4)
© 1980 CBS Inc./℗ 1980 Brother Records, Inc./Distributed by CBS Records/CBS Inc.
Label: ℗ 1980 Brother Records, Inc. © 1976 CBS Inc.
Thanks to the Beach Boys Staff: Michelle Beaulieu, Susan Gamble
Studios: Rumbo Recorders, Jardines Barn, Western Records
Special Thanks: Tony Martell, Steve Einczig, Harriet Johnston, James William Guercio
The album was recorded at Rumbo Recorders, Los Angeles, and Jardines Barn, Big Sur, California.
All recording was done on Neve consoles, operating in class A, and Studer A-800 multi-track tape recorders.
Two 24-track Studer tape recorders and a Neve, NECAM computer assisted console were electronically linked together for the final 48 track mixdown.
Microphones used include: Vocals - Neumann M-49; RCA 77-DX; Wahrenbrock PZM-A.
Instruments - AKG C-24, D-12; PZM-A; Neumann U-87, KM 84; Shure SM 57.
Tape to disc transfer made at Kendun Recorders utilizing Neumann disc cutting equipment.
All selections were recorded in true stereophonic sound with special attention to spatial perspective.
This type of recording is much more exciting to hear since it fills the room with sound much as would be present in a live performance.
Daryl Dragon appears courtesy of Casablanca Record and FilmWorks, Inc.
Joe Walsh appears courtesy of Asylum Records
Chuck Findley appears courtesy of Monterey Records
Bruce Johnston appears courtesy of Columbia Records
Scott Mathews appears courtesy of Durocs and Capitol Records
Steve Forman appears courtesy of Friendship and Elektra Records
Includes b&w inner picture sleeve.
DL 3009 appears on outer sleeve, labels and inner sleeve.
- Copyright (c) – CBS Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Brother Records, Inc.
- Distributed By – CBS Records
- Distributed By – CBS Inc.
- Recorded At – Rumbo Recorders
- Recorded At – Jardines Barn
- Recorded At – Western Records
- Lacquer Cut At – Kendun Recorders
Keepin' the Summer Alive is the 24th studio album by American rock band the Beach Boys, released on March 24, 1980, on Brother, Caribou and CBS Records. Produced by band member Bruce Johnston, following aborted attempts to have founding member Brian Wilson return to his former role, the album is the last with founding drummer Dennis Wilson, who would drown in December 1983. The album also features the Eagles' guitarist Joe Walsh on the opening track Keepin' the Summer Alive. Keepin' the Summer Alive - The Beach Boys. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Keepin' The Summer Alive Remastered 2000. The Beach Boys. Phil Collins - Drums, Drums & More Drums Live. The Beach Boys - Some Of Your Love. The Beach Boys - Livin' With A Heartache. The Beach Boys - School Day Ring Ring Goes The Bell. The Beach Boys - Goin' On. The Beach Boys - Sunshine. The Beach Boys - When Girls Get Together. The Beach Boys - Santa Ana Winds. The Beach Boys - Endless Harmony. Total votes: 10. Other albums by The Beach Boys. Album 1980 10 Songs. Keepin' the Summer Alive. 3: Beach Boys is the 25th studio album by American rock band the Beach Boys, released on June 10, 1985. Produced by Steve Levine, the album is the band's first recording after the drowning death of founding member Dennis Wilson. It was also the band's first album to be recorded digitally and the last released by James William Guercio's Caribou Records. For The Beach Boys, the band hired Culture Club producer Steve Levine, who took them into the world of drum machines, synthesizers, sampling, and hi. Play album. Get album. The Beach Boys are an iconic American rock band, frequently cited as one of the most influential and commercially successful groups in the history of popular music due to their intricate vocal harmonies, studio experiments, and novel approaches to pop songwriting. Rooted in doo-wop and rock and roll, their early string of vocal surf hits defined the '60s California Sound. For a period afterward, they notably delved into progressive pop styles. often combining elements from classical and jazz in innovative ways. Keepin' the Summer Alive isn't just a low point of the band's career, it is the low point. Ripe with mindless throwaways and lifeless filler, Keepin' the Summer Alive is the sound of a group earnestly trying to hang on to the last fibers of popularity it accumulated during the mid-'70s. A mindless, predictable rendition of School Days does nothing to pick things up and is easily forgettable, as is most of the record. Keepin' the Summer Alive is the 23rd studio album by the Beach Boys, released on March 24, 1980. It is the last album to feature founding member and drummer Dennis Wilson, who would drown in December 1983. Side one. Keepin' the Summer Alive Carl Wilson, Randy Bachman - 3:43. Oh Darlin' Brian Wilson, Mike Love - 3:52. Some of Your Love B. Wilson, Love - 2:36. Livin' with a Heartache C. Wilson, Bachman - 4:06. School Day Ring Ring Goes the Bell Chuck Berry - 2:52. Keepin' the Summer Alive reached 75 in the U. and 54 in the UK. This would become the last Beach Boys album to feature Dennis Wilson, who died in 1983. Single releases from the LP were Goin' On bw Endless Harmony BrotherCaribou and Livin' With A Heartache bw Santa Ana Winds BrotherCaribou. The Beach Boys - Keepin' The Summer Alive 3:44. Oh Darlin' Remastered 2000 3:55. Some Of Your Love Remastered 2000 2:38