Kokomo" is a song written by John Phillips, Scott McKenzie, Mike Love, and Terry Melcher and recorded by American rock band the Beach Boys. Its lyrics describe two lovers taking a trip to a relaxing place on Kokomo, an island off the Florida Keys. It was released as a single on July 18, 1988, by Elektra Records and became a No. 1 Hit in the United States, Japan, and Australia (where it topped for about two months).
The LP was named for being their 20th overall album release. Much of it consists of outtakes from earlier albums.
The Beach Boys' glory days were behind them, and they had been playing fairs and nostalgia shows. They were one of the most popular bands of the '60s, and had a bunch of songs dealing with recreation and fun, which is why they were asked to record for the movie. The album peaked at in America. Terry Melcher wrote this song with the help of John Phillips, who was a former member of The Mamas And The Papas, along with Beach Boy Mike Love, and Scott McKenzie, who had a hit in 1967 with "San Francisco (Be Sure To Wear Flowers In Your Hair). Phillips' daughter Chynna was in the group Wilson Phillips with Brian Wilson's daughters, Carnie and Wendy. Before "Kokomo," the last US for The Beach Boys was "Good Vibrations" in 1966. At 22 years, it was the longest any act had gone between US hits until Cher topped the charts with "Believe" in 1999.
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1987: The Beach Boys Recruit The Fat Boys to Rap on Wipe Out. All Beach Boys diehards have some sort of opinion on the group’s 1988 song Kokomo, a Brian Wilson-less tropical hit released on the soundtrack of the Tom Cruise movie Cocktail. But by any stretch of the imagination, "Kokomo" was a commercial renaissance for the Beach Boys b(r)and, landing them their first No. 1 hit on the Hot 100 since Good Vibrations all the way back in 1966. The Beach Boys’ final album for 16 years (until they released their lovely reunion album That’s Why God Made the Radio in 2012) was a dipped toe in the country music world.
There's a place called kokomo That's where you wanna go to get away from it all. Bodies in the sand Tropical drink melting in your hand We'll be falling in love To the rhythm of a steel drum band Down in kokomo. Aruba, jamaica ooo i wanna take you To bermuda, bahama come on pretty mama Key largo, montego baby why don't we go. Ooo i wanna take you down to kokomo We'll get there fast And then we'll take it slow That's where you wanna go Way down to kokomo. To martinique, that monserrat mystique. Afternoon delight Cocktails and moonlit nights That dreamy look in your eye Give me a tropical contact high Way down in kokomo. Ooo i wanna take you down to kokomo We'll get there fast And then we'll take it slow That's where we wanna go Way down in kokomo.
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|A||–The Beach Boys||Kokomo (LP Version)
Executive-Producer – Brad NeufeldProducer – Terry MelcherWords By, Music By – John Phillips, Mike Love, Scott MacKenzie*, Terry Melcher
|B||–Little Richard||Tutti Frutti
Producer – Art RupeWords By, Music By – Dorothy La Bostrie, Richard Penneman*
|969 385-7||The Beach Boys||Kokomo (7", Single)||Elektra||969 385-7||Germany||1988|
|9 4-69385, 4-69385||The Beach Boys||Kokomo (Cass, Single)||Elektra, Elektra||9 4-69385, 4-69385||US||1988|
|96 93857||The Beach Boys / Little Richard||The Beach Boys / Little Richard - Kokomo / Tutti Frutti (7")||Elektra||96 93857||Canada||1988|
|PR 8014-2||The Beach Boys||Kokomo (CD, Single, Promo)||Elektra/Asylum Records||PR 8014-2||US||1998|
|96 93857||The Beach Boys||Kokomo (7", Promo)||Elektra||96 93857||Canada||1988|