The Beach Boys have one thing main on the way in which. In honor of the fiftieth anniversary of two of the band’s most under-appreciated albums, the enduring rockers are set to launch Really feel Flows — The Sunflower & Surf’s Up Classes 1969-1971 by way of Capitol Data/UMe.
The five-disc and digital field set will embrace newly remastered variations of each 1969’s Sunflower and 1971’s Surf’s Up, in addition to 108 beforehand unreleased tracks, stay recordings, alternate variations and mixes, a capella recordings, remoted backing vocal tracks, and radio promos from the album classes.
Really feel Flows additionally comes full with a 48-page e book that includes new and archival interviews with band members Al Jardine, Brian Wilson, Bruce Johnston, Carl Wilson, Dennis Wilson, Mike Love and extra, plus liner notes from radio vet and famous Seaside Boys superfan Howie Edelson. The compilation may even be accessible on restricted version translucent gold and translucent blue vinyl, in addition to a two black vinyl/two CD set.
Forward of the discharge, The Seaside Boys are celebrating the announcement by dropping beforehand unreleased monitor “Large Sur” from the Surf’s Up classes solely on streaming.
Earlier this 12 months, the band sold off a controlling curiosity of their mental property, together with their identify, likeness, grasp recordings, a share of their publishing rights, and memorabilia to Irving Azoff’s Iconic Artists Group. Led by Love, The Seaside Boys additionally headlined Donald Trump’s controversial New 12 months’s Eve occasion at Mar-A-Lago. The efficiency got here simply months after the group additionally performed an October Trump marketing campaign rally, a transfer decried by each Wilson and Jardine.
Stream “Large Sur” and take a look at the Really feel Flows cowl artwork and packaging under.
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