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Shut Down, Vol. 2 (Mono & Stereo Remaster)


Download links and information about Shut Down, Vol. 2 (Mono & Stereo Remaster) by The Beach Boys. This album was released in 1964 and it belongs to Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop genres. It contains 24 tracks with total duration of 55:01 minutes.

Artist: The Beach Boys
Release date: 1964
Genre: Rock, Rock & Roll, Pop
Tracks: 24
Duration: 55:01
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No. Title Length
1. Fun, Fun, Fun (Mono) 2:18
2. Don't Worry Baby (Mono) 2:48
3. In the Parkin' Lot (Mono) 1:59
4. "Cassius" Love Vs. "Sonny" Wilson (Mono) 3:30
5. The Warmth of the Sun (Mono) 2:51
6. This Car of Mine (Mono) 1:36
7. Why Do Fools Fall in Love (Mono) 2:07
8. Pom Pom Play Girl (Mono) 1:31
9. Keep an Eye On Summer (Mono) 2:22
10. Shut Down, Part II (Mono) 2:09
11. Louie Louie (Mono) 2:24
12. Denny's Drums (Mono) 1:58
13. Fun, Fun, Fun (Stereo) 2:05
14. Don't Worry Baby (Stereo) 2:49
15. In the Parkin' Lot (Stereo) 2:03
16. "Cassius" Love Vs. "Sonny" Wilson (Stereo) 3:31
17. The Warmth of the Sun (Stereo) 2:53
18. This Car of Mine (Stereo) 1:37
19. Why Do Fools Fall in Love (Stereo) 2:10
20. Pom Pom Play Girl (Stereo) 1:32
21. Keep an Eye On Summer (Stereo) 2:23
22. Shut Down, Part II (Stereo) 2:09
23. Louie Louie (Stereo) 2:19
24. Denny's Drums (Mono Version For Stereo Master) 1:57



Shut Down, Volume 2 was The Beach Boys' fifth studio album and the first of three studio albums released in 1964 (they also released the live album Concert). While Shut Down is generally considered one of the band's less consistent albums, it does features several landmark tracks, including Brian Wilson's "Don't Worry Baby" and his stunning ballad "The Warmth of the Sun," along with the Chuck Berry–inspired "Fun, Fun, Fun." However, The Beatles had landed on U.S. shores by this point. Their intensity—and the groundbreaking Lennon-McCartney songwriting—would greatly affect Wilson going forward. Here, the jokey studio chatter of "'Cassius' Love vs. 'Sonny' Wilson" is a silly novelty, and instrumentals such as "Shut Down, Part II" and "Denny's Drums" move away from the band's vocal strengths. However, The Beach Boys' cover of Frankie Lymon & The Teenagers' "Why Do Fools Fall in Love" is right on target. The group would soon adapt to the changes in the pop marketplace, and Brian Wilson would exceed all expectations for a little surf band from Hawthorne, Calif.