Boys Of The Beach Say “Surf’s Up”…Again

Back in the early 1960s, pop-music icons The Beach Boys were forerunners of the surf music craze, even though only one member of the five-boy group knew how to surf.  Be that as it may, the group is more notable for its great pop songs, brilliant arrangements, and eye-popping vocal harmonies.

The group put out quite a few albums, some deemed brilliant, others, so-so. This year, on July 30, 2021, celebrating their 50 years together (on and off), The Beach Boys will “lift the curtain” on what the group believes are their underappreciated late 1960s and early 1970s albums via a five-CD box set containing remastered versions of original albums plus 135 tracks. These tracks include 108 previously unreleased tracks along with demos, live recordings, and alternate takes. You have to be a huge fan to sit through all of that.

In honor of 50 years of The Beach Boys’ timeless and often underappreciated albums, Capitol/UMe will release an expansive 5CD and digital box set titled Feel Flows – The Sunflower and Surf’s Up Sessions 1969-1971 on July 30 that chronicles and explores in depth this metamorphic and highly influential 1969-1971 period of the band’s legendary career.

Titled, “Feel Flows – The Sunflower and Surf’s Up Sessions 1969-1971”, the CDs come in a book-style package and includes a 48-page book containing unreleased photos, lyric sheets, tape box images, recording artifacts, liner notes by radio veteran and Beach Boys aficionado Howie Edelson, and interviews with Al Jardine, Brian Wilson, Bruce Johnston, Carl Wilson, Dennis Wilson, Mike Love, and others.

Feel Flows is also set for release in smaller versions including a four-LP set on both black vinyl and on translucent blue and translucent gold color vinyl, and two-LP black vinyl and two-CD editions. For more details and a complete list of contents, visit The Beach Boys. If you are ready to hang 10 on a 5-CD or other edition, you can preorder your copies now.

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