Tag: 1965

Singles Staying Single: The Sundazed Records Singles Collection

It’s the first day of summer–and you say you need some sweet Sixties sounds for your beach party? Well, this recent selection of reissue singles from Sundazed Records will serve you well!

William S. Burroughs: Call Me Burroughs

This reissue of William S. Burroughs’ debut audio recording from 1965 is a rare treat, offering up the sound of a brilliant author reading from his greatest work.

William S. Burroughs: Call Me Burroughs

This reissue of William S. Burroughs’ debut audio recording from 1965 is a rare treat, offering up the sound of a brilliant author reading from his greatest work.

The Beach Boys: Beach Boys’ Party! Uncovered and Unplugged (Capitol)

Conventional wisdom has it that the Beach Boys’ tenth album, Beach Boys’ Party!, was a toss-off. But this double-disc reissue of the album sheds new light into the making of a peculiar, somewhat misunderstood record, and offers a peek into the production talents of Brian Wilson.

The Beach Boys: Beach Boys’ Party! Uncovered and Unplugged (Capitol)

Conventional wisdom has it that the Beach Boys’ tenth album, Beach Boys’ Party!, was a toss-off. But this double-disc reissue of the album sheds new light into the making of a peculiar, somewhat misunderstood record, and offers a peek into the production talents of Brian Wilson.

3AM Eternal: Steve Reich, It’s Gonna Rain (1965)

A haunting, disturbing, difficult, yet important work of modern minimalism and composition.

3AM Eternal: Steve Reich, It’s Gonna Rain (1965)

A haunting, disturbing, difficult, yet important work of modern minimalism and composition.

Twilight Music: Murray Adaskin Capriccio for Piano and Orchestra (1965)

We introduce a new regular feature, entitled Night Music, wherein we offer up gentle, relaxing sounds for your daily wind-down.

Twilight Music: Murray Adaskin Capriccio for Piano and Orchestra (1965)

We introduce a new regular feature, entitled Night Music, wherein we offer up gentle, relaxing sounds for your daily wind-down.

3AM Eternal: The Beach Boys “The Little Girl I Once Knew” (1965)

Though an excellent song, this peculiar 1965 single was the first crack in the facade of Brian Wilson’s success.