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Carl Wilson recorded and released two solo albums in the early '80s, but he is best known as a founding member of the Beach Boys, with whom he sang and played lead guitar. He largely took over supervision of the band after his oldest brother, Brian Wilson, relinquished leadership of the Beach Boys due to psychological problems in the mid-'60s; at that time, Carl was only in his late teens. He continued to guide the group from the late '60s to his death three decades later, serving as the glue that held together the Beach Boys' often warring factions.
1981 - Carl Wilson
"Carl Wilson" is the self-titled debut solo album of The Beach Boys band member, Carl Wilson. The youngest of the three Wilson brothers in the band, Carl Wilson was reportedly at this time unhappy with the progress being made by The Beach Boys creatively. So Carl, just as his brother Dennis had a few years earlier, signed a contract with James William Guercio's CBS-distributed Caribou Records. The album was released on March 27, 1981 and peaked at number 185 on the Billboard 200. Of the eight tracks on the album, seven of them are written by Carl Wilson and Myrna Smith, who was the wife of Carl's then manager Jerry Schilling, with track six being written by Carl, Myrna and Michael Sun.
TRACKS: 01. Hold Me 02. Bright Lights 03. What You Gonna Do About Me 04. The Right Lane 05. Hurry Love 06. Heaven 07. The Grammy 08. Seems So Long
1983 - Youngblood
Youngblood , originally released by Caribou/Epic Records in 1983, was the second solo album from legendary Beach Boys vocalist Carl Wilson. In contrast to the bright pop and airy ballads with which Wilson made his reputation in the Beach Boys, Youngblood bursts from the speakers with a pair of tough rockers powered by the guitar of album producer Jeff Skunk Baxter (Steely Dan, The Doobie Brothers). Youngblood continues with dramatic balladry ( Givin' You Up, whose lyric may be seen as a commentary on the state of the Beach Boys at the time; One More Night Alone, penned by Wilson's then brother-in-law Billy Hinsche who also wrote new liner notes for this reissue) and finds space for some good old fashioned rock & roll, both from Wilson's own pen and those of John Fogerty (Creedence Clearwater Revival) and John Hall (Orleans). Although commercially unsuccessful upon release, demand for Carl Wilson's solo material has increased dramatically since his tragic death in 1998. Youngblood only ever saw release on CD in a very limited Japanese pressing; this Iconoclassic reissue - remastered from the original master tapes - marks the first wide release of Carl Wilson's solo music on CD. - amazon.com
TRACKS: 01. What More Can I Say 02. She's Mine 03. Givin' You Up 04. One More Night Alone 05. Rockin' All Over The World 06. What You Do To Me 07. Young Blood 08. Of The Times 09. Too Early To Tell 10. If I Could Talk To Love 11. Time 12. Givin' You Up (single edit, bonus track)