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Topic - David Marks
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"The chemistry is there," said Mr. Marks, 63, who recorded four Beach Boys albums and has moved between the band's camps. "We pick up right where we left off, especially the five of us together. The magic bubble comes around us. It's the chemistry that's behind all successful bands, like the Beatles and the Stones. It has to be there. It's special for us."
"We're slaves to the Beach Boys legacy," said David Marks, who recorded four albums with the group. "We're just out there trying to keep that legacy alive."