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Carl and the Passions - "So Tough" is the 18th studio album by the Beach Boys, released on May 15, 1972. It is the first of two albums to feature Ricky Fataar and Blondie Chaplin. Bruce Johnston quit the band during the album's initial sessions, and would not return as a band member until L.A. (Light Album in 1979, although he made small appearances on Holland in 1973 and 15 Big Ones in 1976.
- Side one
- "You Need a Mess of Help to Stand Alone" (Brian Wilson/Jack Rieley) - 3:27
- "Here She Comes" (Ricky Fataar/Blondie Chaplin) - 5:10
- "He Come Down" (Al Jardine/B. Wilson/Mike Love) - 4:40
- "Marcella" (B. Wilson/Tandyn Almer/Rieley) - 3:54
- Side two
- "Hold On Dear Brother" (Fataar/Chaplin) - 4:43
- "Make It Good" (Dennis Wilson/Daryl Dragon) - 2:36
- "All This Is That" (Jardine/Carl Wilson/Love) - 4:00
- "Cuddle Up" (D.Wilson/Dragon) - 5:30
- The Beach Boys
- Blondie Chaplin – vocals
- Ricky Fataar – vocals; drums; slide guitar; production on "Here She Comes" and "Hold On Dear Brother"
- Al Jardine – vocals; production on "He Come Down" and "All This Is That"
- Mike Love – vocals
- Brian Wilson – vocals; production on "You Need a Mess of Help to Stand Alone"
- Carl Wilson – vocals; guitar; bass; keyboards; production on "He Come Down," "Marcella," and "All This Is That"
- Dennis Wilson – vocals; production on "Make It Good" and "Cuddle Up"
- Bruce Johnston — harmony and backing vocals on "Marcella"
- Session musicians and production staff
- Stephen Moffitt – sound engineer
- Ed Thrasher – art direction
- David Willardson – cover art
- Daryl Dragon – Hammond organ, tack piano, sleigh bell, slide guitar, fiddle, zither
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