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Sumahama - The Beach Boys - L.A. (Light Album) (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Sumahama The Beach Boys. Album L.A. (Light Album) Sumahama Lyrics [Verse 1] Sumahama There's a lover's leap in old Japan Where the lovers walk along the sand Hand in hand at Sumahama.
  2. After having played both my cassette and vinyl L.P. of the Beach Boys' 'Light Album' to death I finally found it on C.D. It came from Japan and the packaging was in Japanese. Highly apt for an album where the Boys sing in Japanese on one track - Sumahama. Then there's a remake of Here comes the Night which I found better than the original/5(27).
  3. Jul 22,  · Provided to YouTube by Universal Music Group Lady Lynda (Remastered ) · The Beach Boys L.A. (Light Album) ℗ Brother Records Inc Released on:
  4. I completely disagree, I think Light Album is the last Beach Boys album where most of the songs are really good. My favourites are Angel Come Home, Baby Blue and Love Surrounds Me, which act as beautiful swan songs for Dennis. Good Timin', Lady Lynda, Sumahama and .
  5. Umi no kanata, Sumahama [A long way off sea, Sumahama] Sumahama There's a lover's leap in old Japan Where the lovers walk along the sand Hand and hand at Sumahama Sumahama Sumahama, aki ni ki no haga chiru yo ni [Sumahama, like in autumn leaves are falling] Sabishiku kanashii koi no uta [Lonely sad love song].
  6. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of L.A. (Light Album) on Discogs. Label: Brother Records (3) - • Series: Back To Black • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Surf/5(4).
  7. L.A. (Light Album) is the 23rd studio album by The Beach Boys, released on March 19, Produced by Bruce Johnston, James William Guercio and the band itself, the album was The Beach Boys.
  8. Description The Beach Boys L.A. (Light Album) on g LP The Beach Boys's final studio album of the '70s, L.A. (Light Album) doubled as a play on the group's deep-rooted hometown and their spirituality and it finds Brian Wilson's concert stand-in Bruce Johnston also replacing the music legend as producer alongside Curt Becher.

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