In 1966 the Beach Boys "Good Vibrations" made its debut on the US singles chart. It was a song that Brian Wilson and Mike Love wrote and Brian spent six months working on. The tracks were recorded in seventeen different sessions in four Los Angeles studios, at a cost of over sixteen thousand dollars. The recording engineer would later say that the last take sounded exactly like the first, six months earlier. The record would reach number one on December 10th 1966, and be nominated for Grammy "Song Of The Year" but in one of the most tragic Grammy injustices of all time lost out to "Winchester Cathedral" by The New Vaudeville Band.