Here's an epic sessionography/making of/ album/song history essay by Craig Slowinski / Beach Boys Archives 68 pages covering POB, the reissue & it's Bambu Caribou sessions tracks, track by track with added biographical/background detail & amazing quotes from Dennis and people involved with the recordings & making the reissue happen. Intro extract and link (pdf file - should work with any pdf reader/browser plugin not just adobe reader) http://beachboysarchives.com/page11 Extract for the Bambu (The Caribou Sessions) section (pdf link goes to the relevant section of the same file) http://beachboysarchives.com/page12 quoting from elsewhere (yay for the ability to search your own comments on facebook) "Amazing article, brings loads of different sources together. Goes further than what I've already read. Incredibly positive (mostly - the part on his life & decline afterwards/post pob touches on some darker nasty stuff and is incredibly sad, esp quotes from Christine McVie, Marilyn Wilson & James Guercio) about the music and what it was like working with Dennis, amazing track by track session details , unravelling (or trying to) who did what, alt versions and the history of tracks that had parallel Beach Boy versions." quotes on him & the importance of getting the album out again. "Carole Bloom (Dennis' first wife): "I think that this album is so important to his children and his grandchildren, and that his legacy now will become something more because of all the efforts of everybody involved in this album, to bring his music out". Marilyn Wilson-Rutherford (Brian's first wife): "I think that it's fantastic. I'm amazed at what I'm hearing. I just love it, there's so many different sides of Dennis that none of us really knew. He deserves it, y'know? He deserves it, because he shoulda been a huge icon, really. He shoulda been. Maybe he will be"."