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on May 5, 2011
i have been a fan of wilson phillips for a long time. they are a kind of guilty pleasure for me. their music makes me feel good and i the songs are things i can relate to.
i bought this album recently and i liked it a lit. when i did buy it i thought it was a cd of brand New music that is until i got it and heard it and loved it.
they do cover songs by fleetwood mac,''you can go your own way'' which is a very good song. they picked music from the 60's era from bands like the Beach boys and the youngbloods. songs most know of but they give insight into what wilson phillips likes and what influenced them as well. any fan of wilson phillips would like this album and any fan of the bands they cover on here would like this album as well. the girls sound great and this was their first cd since they had gotten back together and it shows they still are wonderful singers.
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on August 23, 2013
WIlson Phillips is one of my favorite girl bands but CAlifornia is not my favorite W.P. album. That honor would go to Dedicated. California does have the WIlson Phillips blend of rocking harmony though. California is a fun listen and will leave you with an upbeat impression. The percussion is solid and well measured. The harmonies of the girls is spot on without gaps or missed notes. Even the back ups of acoustic and electric guitar is well matched to the ladies voices. Favorite track is an update and Rocky version of the Mamas and Papas classic, Monday Monday. Most replayed is a rocking version of Dance Dance Dance. Typical of WIlson Phillips, the album is a pleasing mix of newer tunes and 60s classics. Fans of W.P. Will love it. Not a fan yet? Give California a spin. You will soon be sold on WIlson Phillips.
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VINE VOICEon November 29, 2011
Wilson Phillips are truly California girls with music in their blood and genes. Chynna Phillips, the daughter of John Phillips from the legendary Mamas and Papas and Brian Wilson's daughters, Carnie and Wendy Wilson. They are second generation singers.

Wilson Phillips was a musical trio with harmony in check. This compilation is really their homage to their home state of California and their tribute to songs that have inspired and influenced them.
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on May 26, 2004
Welcome Back Wilson Phillips!
It's so good to have these talented women back. This concept CD of covers from and about California's more golden past is a pure joy. This is the perfect beach CD; one to lift your spirits, take you down memory lane (if you're old enough) and re-introduce some classic songs. As with any cover that goes in a new direction from the original, I was taken aback at first with a few of their choices, but was just as quickly taken in by them.
Overall the CD has a stripped down, basic feel to it. No high tech synthesizers and efffects, just pure voices and instruments (quite a bit of strings). What a relief WP didn't feel the need to 'update' these songs with sonic acrobatics. Their interpretations however are startling and catchy. "California", "Go Your Own Way", "Already Gone" and "Doctor My Eyes" are the standouts in my opinion.
If you're looking to hear tight harmoniesa and stripped down honest to goodness music then you should pick up California right away!
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on June 11, 2015
It's a nice cd, there are several cover song form the 60's. I miss their music and was glad to get this one.
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on May 23, 2017
very good tight harmony.
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on October 5, 2013
The ladies present remarkable combined talent while paying unerring respect to their musical roots. This is part of a collection of their work that is a must have.
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on January 29, 2016
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on September 14, 2004
I can't explain why, but this CD really works for me. It's comforting. It takes songs I have always loved and remakes them in a way that, while perhaps not novel, brings out the best of the original in a way that celebrates the sound of Wilson Phillips. And when I'm having a bad day, listening to "You can go your own way" is the perfect recipe for solace.
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