Tag: Brian Wilson
We are proud to bring you an exclusive first listen of “Golden State,” taken from the forthcoming Omnivore release California Music Performs Add Some Music.
In 1992, as Beach Boy Brian Wilson’s life once again turned tumultuous, his old friend Van Dyke Parks reached out to him and offered a chance to collaborate. Orange Crate Art, released in 1995 to little fanfare, has now been reissued with a bold and delightful expanded edition, and has stood the test of time.
Taken from the Capitol Records release, The Beach Boys 1969: I’m Going Your Way.
We are extremely pleased to bring you an exclusive first listen to the archival release Murry Wilson & Snow, a heretofore unknown demo recording from 1969. Set aside your preconceived notions and enjoy a surprisingly good little number.
Taken from the Bolt Records release, Murry Christmas!.
Taken from the BMG release, Voices.
We are extremely excited to bring you the first listen to a fascinating new project that is aimed to promote the underrated work of one of rock and roll’s unfortunate and misunderstood characters, Murry Wilson.
Brian Wilson offers up a surprisingly mature song about a boy being secure in the fact that his summer romance is over. It’s a perfect finale as we head into Labor Day weekend and the start of a brand-new season.
Having a fun summer? Starting tomorrow, it’s almost over–and here’s a lovely anthem to that point in the year…
The first of two offerings in the annual Beach Boys copyright extension series, this alternate version of their album Friends is a beautiful and surprisingly essential collection that offers new depth to one of their most underrated albums.