Tag: Keepin’ The Summer Alive
We have a little chat with Eric Matthews about his fantastic cover of this early Brian Wilson track.
A lovely little late-period number with a Jeff Lynne-style production, and one interesting backstory.
A fun song from Pet Sounds, and an even more enjoyable promotional film that was made for it!
Here is a rare treat for those of you in warmer climes…one of the rarer singles from the Beach Boys, a 1974 Christmas confection that nobody heard.
A rare jewel of a song taken from the last you’d expect to find it, one of brother Carl’s nicest later-era performances.
Brian Wilson’s wife’s project, The Honeys, often served as an outlet for Brian’s production skills. This 1969 single is a lovely little number, if not slightly anachronistic for the times.
When mainstream culture takes on psychedelia, the results are interesting., and here’s a fine example. Dig that crazy solo, too!
A fine–if not oddly foreshadowing–song about seeking escape from the world in the confines of one’s room.
A prime example of the Brian Wilson recycling technique.
Brian and the boys paying homage to the vocal groups they loved so much. Ace tune, too.