The Beach Boys:
Brothers Brian, Dennis, and Carl Wilson, Al Jardine, Mike Love.
Dennis Wilson, an Introduction by Dan Addington
Dennis was the middle brother and drummer for the group.
As the group evolved, Dennis emerged as a formidable musician and songwriter.
The following is a growing collection of interviews, essays, and features focusing on Dennis and his music.
Pacific Ocean Blue by Andrew G Doe
The History of Bamboo by Dan Addington
Requiem for The Beach Boy by David Leaf
The Drummer With the Knack Was a Surfer by Domenic Priore
Bamboo in Context:
The Final Works of Dennis Wilson by Dan Addington
Track-by-Track notes for
"BAMBOO" and "DREAMER: The Best of Denny" by Jason Penick
Memories of Dennis by Gerry Ashley
Marina Dell Dennis
A poem by Bill Bentley
An Interview with Darryl Dragon
by Adam Webb
No Beginning, No End, No Speed Limit
Two Lane Blacktop by Adam Webb
REPRINTED ARTICLES and INTERVIEWS:
NEW! All Alone and On The Beach Circus Magazine, September 1977
Dennis Flies Solo Rock Magazine, May 1977
Songs in the Key of Sea
by Kingsley Abbott, Mojo Magazine, March, 1998
Interview - Dennis Wilson: Not Just one of the (Beach) Boys
by Jim Girard, Scene Magazine, January, 1977
On The Road With The New Hollywood: The Making of Two Lane Blacktop
by Shelly Benoit, Show Magazine, March 1971
Epic Bio/Press Release for
PACIFIC OCEAN BLUE Issued September, 1977
Dennis Wilson: It's About Time
An interview with Dennis Wilson by David Leaf Pet Sounds, September, 1977
OFFSITE ARTICLES and INTERVIEWS:
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Thanks To J.E. Morris at Cinetropic.com
Death of a Beach Boy People Magazine, January 16, 1984
On Route 66, Filming Two - Lane Blacktop Rolling Stone, October 15, 1970
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So, You want more? Books, video, and other material about Dennis Wilson. Also, a list of hand picked links about The Beach Boys, to help put Dennis' story into context.
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