"All Summer Long" is a song written by Brian Wilson and Mike Love for the American rock band The Beach Boys. It was released on their 1964 album All Summer Long, and as a single in the UK in February 1965 in place of Capitol's U.S. release, the Beach Boys' version of "Do You Wanna Dance?" -- perhaps a tactical move by EMI in London to avoid taking sales from its existing version by Cliff Richard, "Do You Want to Dance?" As things turned out, "All Summer Long" was not a hit on the now hard-rock British scene, breaking the Beach Boys' string of three previous consecutive UK hits.
- The Beach Boys
- Al Jardine – harmony and backing vocals; electric bass guitar
- Mike Love – lead and bass vocals
- Brian Wilson – harmony and backing vocals; xylophones or marimba; producer
- Carl Wilson – harmony and backing vocals; electric rhythm guitars
- Dennis Wilson – harmony and backing vocals, drums
- Additional session musicians and technical staff