The 2-CD release ‘1967: Sunshine Tomorrow’ in June 2017 served up plenty of rarities. And just before 2017 came to a close, two further releases had been issued that dig even more deeply into the year that saw the release of “Smiley Smile” and “Wild Honey.”
Exclusively available from The Sound of Vinyl, this Beach Boys ‘Pet Sounds’ special edition, 130g LP on split translucent yellow and green vinyl is limited to 2000 copies worldwide.
“Dreamer: The Making of Dennis Wilson’s Pacific Ocean Blue” is the first book devoted to the creation of his rock ‘n’ roll classic album.
Brave new sounds encompassing a tuba/guitar duo, ’70s-styled funk, regional blues-rock and even a meeting of the minds between The Cowsills, Beach Boys and Bangles. It’s all here.
Goldmine’s August issue covers The Beach Boys’ “Sunshine Tomorrow,” a 2017 release of 1967 music redone and rediscovered. Interviews with Brian Wilson, Mike Love and others.
It’s been awhile since I’ve offered any of my bullheaded musical opinions around these parts; it’s been a hectic/jam-packed/stressful three months or so for me, mainly due to a deadline I had to meet for my next book, as well …
See how many Beach Boys Capitol vinyl records you own and then find out what these records are worth.
Beach Boys icon Mike Love speaks about his autobiography, and many of the highs and lows along the way to superstardom.
The Beach Boys unleashed an incredible creative force in 1966 that started with “Pet Sounds” and ended with “Good Vibrations.” Here’s a quick rundown of that magical year.
Goldmine‘s November 2016 issue, a special issue on The Beach Boys, is on sale now until October 17 at select record shops and Barnes & Noble stores.