|Shut Down Volume 2|
|The Beach Boys|
|Released||March 2, 1964|
|Recorded|| January 1-10, & February 19-20, 1964
Western Studios Gold Star Studios
|Produced by||Brian Wilson|
Shut Down Volume 2 is the fifth studio album by The Beach Boys, and the first of four they would release in 1964. The album's "Volume 2" refers to the 1963 hot rod compilation Shut Down, released by the band's label, Capitol Records, which included "409" and "Shut Down" but was not a Beach Boys album.
The front sleeve photograph, taken by Capitol staff photographer George Jerman, shows the band (now with Al Jardine making his cover debut) posing next to a selection of cool cars - notably, a blue Corvette Sting Ray owned by Dennis and Pontiac Grand Prix owned by Carl.
- "Fun, Fun, Fun"
- "Don't Worry Baby"
- "In the Parkin' Lot"
- "Cassius Love vs. Sonny Wilson"
- "The Warmth of the Sun"
- "This Car of Mine"
- "Why Do Fools Fall in Love"
- "Pom Pom Play Girl"
- "Keep an Eye on Summer"
- "Shut Down, Part II"
- "Louie, Louie"
- "Denny's Drums"
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|Surfin' Safari • Surfin' USA • Surfer Girl • Little Deuce Coupe • Shut Down Volume 2 • All Summer Long • The Beach Boys' Christmas Album • The Beach Boys Today! • Summer Days (And Summer Nights!! • Beach Boys Party! • Pet Sounds • Smiley Smile • Wild Honey • Friends • 20/20 • Sunflower • Surf's Up • Carl And The Passions - "So Tough" • Holland • 15 Big Ones • Love You • M.I.U. Album • L.A. (Light Album) • Keepin' the Summer Alive • The Beach Boys • Still Cruisin' • Summer in Paradise • Stars and Stripes Vol. 1|
|Beach Boys Concert • Live in London • The Beach Boys in Concert • Good Timin': Live at Knebworth England 1980|
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