The Isolated Vocals Of ‘Wouldn’t It Be Nice’ Proves The Beach Boys’ Singing Mastery

UNIVERSAL CITY, CA - DECEMBER 08: Singer Mike Love (C) of The Beach Boys performs at Hallmark's "Home & Family" at Universal Studios Hollywood on December 8, 2017 in Universal City, California. (Photo by David Livingston/Getty Images)

“Wouldn’t It Be Nice” was included in the group’s eleventh studio album entitled Pet Sounds, released in 1966 Composed, arranged, and produced by Brian Wilson, with lyrics by Tony Asher.

The song was released to the US market as a single two months after the album was released, with God Only Knows as the B-side, reaching the eighth position on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the United States, fourth on the charts. Canadian charts and second in New Zealand.

As heard in the isolated vocals, taken from Pet Sounds Sessions, below. No effects or auto-tune, just real vocal pipes from the group the Beach Boys which, just with their vocal harmonies they became one of the most influential groups of the rock era, being pioneers in incorporating new approaches in the production of popular music, combining their affinities for groups. vocals based on musical genres such as jazz and rock and roll from the 1950s to create a unique sound. They don’t need any musical instruments just their voices – enough to make a hit record – and watch out for the bass voice, it’s a game-changer.

Keep going for the video below, enjoy the Isolated Vocals Of ‘Wouldn’t It Be Nice’, and be surprised: