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"Honkin' Down the Highway"
Single by The Beach Boys
from the album Love You
Released May 30, 1977
Format Vinyl
Recorded Unknown
Genre Rock and Roll
Length 2:48
Label Brother
Producer Brian Wilson
The Beach Boys singles chronology
"Everyone's in Love with You"/"Susie Cincinnati"
(1976)
"Honkin' Down the Highway"/"Solar System"
(1977)
"Peggy Sue"/"Hey, Little Tomboy"
(1978)

"Honkin' Down the Highway" is a song written by Brian Wilson for the American pop band The Beach Boys. It was released on their 1977 album Love You with a lead vocal by Al Jardine. A remake is scheduled to appear on Jardine's album A Postcard from California, with Brian Wilson making a guest appearance.

A slightly edited version was released on a single, in which the drum machine intro is cut off. The same version erroneously appeared on the 1991 cassette and CD reissue of 'The Beach Boys Love You' on the Caribou label.

See also


"Honkin' Down the Highway"
Single by The Beach Boys
from the album Love You
Released May 30, 1977
Format Vinyl
Recorded Unknown
Genre Rock and Roll
Length 2:48
Label Brother
Producer Brian Wilson
The Beach Boys singles chronology

"Everyone's in Love with You"/"Susie Cincinnati"
(1976)
"Honkin' Down the Highway"/"Solar System"
(1977)
"Peggy Sue"/"Hey, Little Tomboy"
(1978)

"Honkin' Down the Highway" is a song written by Brian Wilson for the American rock band The Beach Boys. It was released on their 1977 album Love You with a lead vocal by Al Jardine. A remake of this song is included on Jardine's album A Postcard from California, with Brian Wilson making a guest appearance.

A slightly edited version was released on a single, in which the drum machine intro is cut off. The same version erroneously appeared on the 1991 cassette and CD reissue of 'The Beach Boys Love You' on the Caribou label.

See also

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