Tag: The Beach Boys

Add Some Music To Your Day #9: Tuesdays Live In The Seventies

Today’s Add Some Music To Your Day broadcast once again offers you some fine live performances. For this installment, we’re going back to the 1970s.

Add Some Music To Your Day #8: Rainy Days & Mondays

Today’s Add Some Music To Your Day broadcast is dedicated to those rainy Monday mornings when you simply don’t want to get out of bed, a melancholic yet melodic half hour of music to (not) start your day.

Genesis Breyer P-Orridge

Song Of The Day: Psychic TV, “Good Vibrations”

We remember the late, great frontperson for Throbbing Gristle and Psychic TV by revisiting one of their more surprising and joyous moments in their amazingly vast and diverse career.

The Beach Boys 1969 I'm Going Your Way

Song Of The Day: The Beach Boys, “I’m Going Your Way”

Taken from the Capitol Records release, The Beach Boys 1969: I’m Going Your Way.

EXCLUSIVE FIRST LISTEN: Murry Wilson & Snow, “Break Away”

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.

Song Of The Day: George Faulkner Sings Murry Wilson, “Happy, Happy Holiday”

Taken from the Bolt Records release, Murry Christmas!.

Song Of The Day: Jeffrey Foskett, “The Warmth Of The Sun”

Taken from the BMG release, Voices.

EXCLUSIVE WORLD PREMIERE: George Faulkner Sings Murry Wilson, “Te-e-e-e-ex-as”

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.

Song Of The Day: The Beach Boys, “All Summer Long”

Having a fun summer? Starting tomorrow, it’s almost over–and here’s a lovely anthem to that point in the year…

Various Artists: Come Join My Orchestra: The British Baroque Pop Sound 1967-73 (Grapefruit)

This excellent three disc set offers up an amazing treasure trove of Baroque pop from the late 60s and early 70s, offering up killer harmonies and lush orchestral arrangements from bands and artists both familiar and obscure.