1. Give Us A Break by John Sebastian
According to Wikipedia,this great track was released as a single in 1972 and it didn't chart anywhere. I had no idea this even existed until a few days ago. It's a shame it didn't go anywhere.
2. River Song by Dennis Wilson
I've been a Beach Boys fan for a long time and I listened to all their great music. I even listened to each member's solo recordings. When I found this song, it blew my mind. I guess Brian wasn't the only genius in the band. Anyway, here's a great song that didn't chart as a single and was released on his solo album, Pacific Ocean Blue in 1977.
3. My World Fell Down by Sagittarius
This beautiful song was by a group that never actually existed. It was a studio project essentially and each member of this fictional group were session musicians. The lead vocalist is someone you might know. Right before his career broke out, Glen Campbell was a session musician and he contributed his guitar talents to many recordings. He was also a damn fine singer as well. I guess that's why they gave him the lead vocal. You can also make out in the background vocals a guy by the name of Bruce Johnston. He was a session musician that also joined a little group called The Beach Boys. No matter how you dice it, this awesome single released back in 1967, was a great track and should've been a hit. Unfortunately, according to Wikipedia, it only made it to number 70 on the Billboard Hot 100.