Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
A neglected pure pop gem
P. Bevan | 09/18/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This 1971 album by Brian Wilson's then wife Marilyn and her sister Diane Rovell (both ex-The Honeys) is a pure pop masterpiece, somewhere between the country pop of Bobbie Gentry and a less polished version of The Carpenters. And, of course, there's a generous hint of The Beach Boys too as it was co-produced - and many of the songs co-written - by Brian (other members also lend a hand here and there). Featured here is one of Brian's most brilliantly strange songs, the atmospheric and Moog-heavy Sweet Mountain, and there's also a gorgeous version of Dennis Wilson's Forever. On this edition there are also bonus tracks in the form of a couple of excellent post-LP singles (but sadly not the still unreleased track Snowflakes). So basically, it's a mystery that it's not better known and a scandal that it's currently unavailable..."