Smile (stylized as SMiLE) is an unfinished album by American rock band the Beach Boys that was projected to follow their 11th studio album, Pet Sounds (1966). After bandleader and principal songwriter Brian Wilson abandoned over fifty hours of music recorded over a ten-month period with outside lyricist Van Dyke Parks, the band substituted its release with Smiley Smile (1967), an album containing stripped-down remakes of some Smile material.
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Walking with a Smile is Stickman’s first full production studio album. All songs written by Nathan Stickman. Day in February - 3:23. Walking with a Smile - 3:52. Working Clothes - 3:16. Loss of Heart - 3:57. Why Can't I have fun Anymore - 3:25. Nathan Stickman - guitars, mandolin, banjo, harmonica, vocals. Matt Sarnoski - upright bass and Hammond M-2 organ.
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With Smile, the Jayhawks drop yet another sizable chunk of their alt-country sound by the roadside, adding in its place healthy doses of power pop and modern electronic music. Almost half of Smile's songs feature looped percussion, overdubbed drum tracks, or flat-out, funky backbeats. Little blips of sound skitter underneath the mostly acoustic guitars on the wistful "What Led Me to This Town" and make "Queen of the World" a worthy candidate for a dance remix (if the Jayhawks were ever to consider such a thing)
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