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Sloop John B - The Seven Souldiers - Traditional Soul (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Beach Boys - LIVE In London: Wouldn't It Be Nice, Sloop John B., California Girls, Good Vibrations, Barbar Ann (Vinyl STEREO LP record, British Pressing) - NM9/EX8 - LP .
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  3. "Sloop John B" is a single by the Beach Boys and the seventh track on their album Pet Sounds. It was originally a traditional West Indies folk song, "The John B. Sails", taken from Carl Sandburg's collection of folk songs, The American Songbag.
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  6. You actually feel like you are on the Sloop John B when you listen to the song. Hearing it in stereo for the first time through my headphones produces a great separation of vocals and instruments. My favorite Beach Boys song (it is extremely hard to pick my second favorite because there are so many)/5(36).
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  8. Jul 05,  · This is originally a traditional West Indies folk song. Notable recordings include Lonnie Donegan, Johnny Cash, The Kingston Trio and The Beach Boys.
  9. This is a traditional West Indies tune about a sunken boat. It was adapted in by Lee Hays of the Weavers (as "The John B Sails") and revived in by Lonnie Donegan. The Beach Boys' folk music buff, Al Jardine, turned Brian Wilson onto the Kingston Trio's recording of the song.

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