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Filet Of Soul Redux: Rejected Master Recordings CD
Filet Of Soul Redux: Rejected Master Recordings

Filet Of Soul Redux: Rejected Master Recordings

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So The Beatles released Rubber Soul in 1965. Jan and I rushed out to our local record store (remember those?) and bought two copies. It was a great album -the music was awesome, and the production was brilliant. But there was something that was missing: we didn't discover the meaning of the so-very-cool title Rubber Soul. Such a ool title must have some very deep meaning that was right up there with discovering The Meaning of Life or The Theory of Relativity, for God's sake. So how did we miss it? Traveling in the car, we talked about this whole Rubber Soul thing, and it got us thinking... what kinda soul did Jan & Dean have? And it was perfectly obvious to us that Jan & Dean had "Filet of Soul." Let's eat! [excerpt from Dean Torrence's liner notes] In 1965, Jan (Berry) & Dean (Torrence), the California Sound pop-duo from Los Angeles, had outgrown it's small independent record company and was striving to obtain more control over it's career, including adding more comedy to their act. Having charted five Top 10 records in the past two years (including the anthem defining surf classic "Surf City"), the successful duo was now reaching for the silver screen and more. They would be starring in their own movie (Easy Come Easy Go) and would soon have their own television show, to be produced by William Asher (Bewitched). But they owed their label one more record and really didn't want to waste any of the "good material" with them. Enter the idea of a live album... unfortunately the suits were not that interested as Jan & Dean had previously released one in early '65, so the duo, who had been fine tuning their wiseass shtick since high school, delivered a "live" album with comedy... label execs were appalled and rejected the album. Sadly, on April 12, 1966, Jan Berry was involved in a tragic automobile accident that more or less derailed the duo's career. Berry was miraculously alive but in a coma. Soon thereafter, the "suits" now saw an opportunity to exploit the Jan & Dean story all over again and deconstructed the original Filet Of Soul into another live album titled Filet Of Soul - A "Live" One. Now, 50 years after their original vision was rejected, Omnivore Recordings is proud to release Filet Of Soul Redux: The Rejected Master Recordings, as it was originally intended... a live cuttingedge comedy album with great music interspersed with sound effects, studio skits and comic banter. Torrence, along with Endless Summer Quarterly publisher David Beard supply informative liners and studio ephemera from the sessions. Listen to what the fuss was all about... HA HA HA! HA CHOO!!
Title: Filet Of Soul Redux: Rejected Master Recordings
Genre: Rock
Artist(s): Jan & Dean
Label: Omnivore Recordings
Release Date: 9/1/2017
Product Type: CD
UPC: 816651013364
Item #: 1927338X

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