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  1. “Sloop John B” is the seventh track on The Beach Boys' Pet Sounds album and was also a single which was released in on Capitol Records.
  2. "Sloop John B" is the seventh track on The Beach Boys' Pet Sounds album and was also a single which was released in on Capitol Records. It was originally a traditional West Indies folk song, possibly recorded earliest by The Weavers under the title "Wreck of the John B", the song taken from a collection by Carl Sandburg ().
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  4. Sloop John B This song is by The Beach Boys and appears on the album Pet Sounds () on the UK release of the album Best of The Beach Boys ().
  5. Aug 21,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - The Beach Boys - Sloop John B (I wanna go Home) LYRICS YouTube Brian Wilson & Al Jardine - Sloop John B (Official Video) - Duration: Beach Boys .
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  7. "Sloop John B" was mixed down twice, while all the other songs on the album had at most one mix-down. In Paul Williams' Outlaw Blues, David Marks said that "Sloop John B" was made before all the other Pet Sounds songs, and was an attempt to give the Beach Boys a more masculine, virile image.
  8. Sloop John B has always conveyed a sense of true homesickness that struck me even as a kid. Today, as I'm now 60, this song also means coming to terms with loss. I'm not a big Beach Boy fan, but these gentlemen have made some great music which I'm grateful for. I love this version of Sloop John B with Carl Wilson on the first verse/5(36).
  9. “Sloop John B” is a song that most of us have heard at least a few times in our lives. Popularized by the Beach Boys on their immortal Pet Sounds album, it has been around much longer than that. The song originally came out of the folk tradition in the Bahamas under the title “The John B. Sails.”.

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