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"Susie Cincinnati"
Single by The Beach Boys
from the album 15 Big Ones
Released February 23, 1970
December 23, 1974
November 1, 1976
Format Vinyl
Recorded Unknown
Genre Rock music
Length 2 min 57 sec
Label Brother/Reprise
Producer The Beach Boys
The Beach Boys singles chronology
"Break Away"/"Celebrate the News"
(1969)
----
"California Saga: California"/"Funky Pretty"
(1973)
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"It's O.K."/"Had to Phone Ya"
(1976)
"Add Some Music to Your Day"/"Susie Cincinnati"
(1970)
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"Child of Winter"/"Susie Cincinnati"
(1974)
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"Everyone's in Love with You"/"Susie Cincinnati"
(1976)
"Cottonfields"/"The Nearest Faraway Place"
(1970)
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"Sail On, Sailor"/"Only with You"
(1975)
----
"Honkin' Down the Highway"/"Solar System"
(1977)

"Susie Cincinnati" is a song written by Al Jardine for the American pop band The Beach Boys. It was released as a B-Side to three singles over six years. First, it was released as the B-side of Add Some Music to Your Day on February 23, 1970, then as the B-side of Child of Winter on December 23, 1974, and finally as the B-side of Everyone's in Love with You on November 1, 1976.

It was also released their 1976 album 15 Big Ones.

A single mix from 1970, which is slightly different from the mix on 15 Big Ones, was released on Greatest Hits Volume Three: Best of the Brother Years 1970-1986.

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