Surfin' Safari

Paradise Cove has been featured in many movies, in this case, it was the location for the cover of the Beach Boys’ debut album “Surfin’ Safari” which was released on October 1, 1962 on Capitol Records.

Tracks:

Side One:
Surfin’ Safari
County Fair
Ten Little Indians
Chug-A-Lug
Little Girl (You’re My Miss America)
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Side Two:
Surfin’
Heads You Win–Tails I Lose
Summertime Blues
Cuckoo Clock
Moon Dawg
The Shift

Personnel:

Mike Love – lead, harmony and backing vocals
Al Jardine – backing vocals and double bass on “Surfin'”
David Marks – lead, harmony and backing vocals; rhythm guitar
Brian Wilson – lead, harmony and backing vocals; bass guitar; organ; snare drum on “Surfin'”
Carl Wilson – lead, harmony and backing vocals; lead guitar; acoustic guitar on “Surfin'”, drums on “Moon Dawg”
Dennis Wilson – lead, harmony and backing vocals; drums except “Surfin'” and “Moon Dawg”

Paradise Cove
Pacific Coast Highway and Paradise Cove
Malibu CA 90265