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Murry Wilson: The Many Moods Of Murry Wilson (Universal Japan)

Murry Wilson
The Many Moods of Murry Wilson
Universal Japan

Are there any showbiz fathers more hated than Murry Wilson? Aside from Joseph Jackson… 551 more words

Album Reviews

Beyond the Life of Brian: The Myth of the 'Lesser' Beach Boys

Of course when you interview Mike Love and Bruce Johnston of the Beach Boys you’re going to have to ask them if they’ve seen Love and Mercy… 1,938 more words

The Tikis

In spring 1959, Gary Winfrey, Al Jardine, and Bob Barrow formed a folk music trio called the Tikis, inspired by their shared admiration for the music of the Kingston Trio. 1,862 more words

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The Infinite Jukebox: God Only Knows

The Infinite Jukebox has a lot of Beach Boys songs on it, and a lot of love songs. The two come together in possibly the purest song of all, Brian Wilson’s “God Only Knows”. 995 more words

Soundtrack Of A Lifetime

Love & Mercy (Bill Pohlad, 2015)

After The Beatles, The Beach Boys were the first band I really loved. I bought records that I couldn’t really play, committed an A&E Biography of Brian Wilson to memory (still looking for a way to put this skill on a resume), and I may have even fashioned some Beach Boys puppets out of popsicle sticks. 1,512 more words

Films

Brian Wilson - Today

    

We’ve all felt that sensation, where hearing an old song can transport you back in time. And for those of us of a certain age, there is the larger, deeper, version where listening to new music from an artist we’ve followed since we were young, can touch a special place in our souls, and resonate more greatly than almost anything else. 804 more words

Album Review | Brian Wilson | "No Pier Pressure"

Brian Wilson
No Pier Pressure
Rating: 6.3

Fifty-two years after his first recording ever, Brian Wilson’s career is seeing a new resurgence, partially due to his biopic Love & Mercy hitting theaters this June, partially due to his highly anticipated autobiography to be released this fall, but primarily due to his newest solo venture, No Pier Pressure. 710 more words

2015