The my my my my my's and all the high vocals from 2:05 on are definately Brian and not Carl. I've been told that all the vocals here were done by the three Wilsons and I tend to believe that's true. The bass vocal does sound like Mike, but Dennis's bass vocals could sound a lot like Mike's, and Brian could sing surprisingly good "deep" vocals too.
Good, I heard the cappella version again and I can definitely hear Brian now.
I love this version. I think I even prefer it over the regular version.
I love it, too. My favourite part of the song is from 1:06 to 1:15 - the mystic humming part followed by the lyric "together my love...", it's just brilliant. By the way, where do these 'a capella' versions come from? Are they just made by fans or are they something official, made by the band itslef?
And about this song I've been told that all the vocals are Carl. I think that might be true as well, it sure sounds to me like at least 90% of those voices are his.
That really is something. I really like 'Good Timin' a lot.
Also, I've listened to 'L.A (Light Album)' a few times recently and I was pleasantly surprised. I really enjoy the aforementioned, Dennis' 'Baby Blue', 'Love Surrounds Me' and Carl's 'Goin' South'.
'Lady Lynda', 'Full Sail', 'Angel Come Home' and 'Shortenin' Bread' are pretty good, too.
To be quite honest, 'Sumahama' isn't really bad, if it wouldn't have been for the Japanese singing, which is cringeworthy, I would say it's a good song.
I've always skipped 'Here Comes The Night', disco is really not my thing.
All in all, we've got very little Brian involvement, but both Carl and Dennis in top form, cotribuing with some of the best efforts they came up with since the mid 70's. As I said before, I was pleasantly surprised with the band considering the band's status at the time.
I'd rank it somewhere between a 3.5 and a 4 out of 5 (or 7.5 out of 10). The art covers are pretty interesting, too.