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The Beach Boys
Wild Honey - 50th Anniversary Edition

Following from the dizzy heights and horrible fallout of Pet Sounds and the at-the-time-unreleased Smile'you'd have been forgiven for thinking that Brian Wilson was finished in the late '60s. He did however play a large part in several low key records of the era including the straight down the line co...view item »

Brian Wilson
No Pier Pressure

Brian Wilson’s first dedicated solo album since 2008 (and possibly his last). No Pier Pressure features a host of collaborators from She & Him to Kacey Musgraves, with original members Al Jardine and David Marks popping in for a helping hand. Anything from Wilson is worth your time. Out on 2xLP vinyl from Virg...view item »

Brian Wilson
The Right Time

Brian Wilson's latest album the horrifyingly pun-tastic 'No Pier Pressure' has its moments. both good and devastatingly bad. This 7" contains two of the better collaborative efforts, mainly because they are done with ex-Beach Boys and not Kasey Musgraves or members of .fun. 'The Right Time' is the type of track that sounds better in your he...view item »

Brian Wilson
Reimagines Gershwin

I love the way Wilson and his associates recreate Gershwin songs as if they were written by the Beach Boys or, in the case of S'Wonderful, as a bossa nova in variable meters. In addition to the well-known standards, there are two songs left incomplete by George Gershwin that the Gershwin estate allowed Wilson to complete - The Like in I Love You...view item »

Brian Wilson
Our Prayer

Speaking of summer there's an odd new single by Brian Wilson. Its the acappella 'Our Prayer' remixed  by Freeform. Now I've seen a lot of dissenting going down about this in the press but actually its not all that bad. Its a funny little curio that just takes a small-ish sample of the original and matches it to some electroni...view item »

Brian Wilson
What I Really Want For Christmas

If there's anyone in the world I detest more than Mike Love its Brian Wilson's saxophonist, Paul Mertens. I'm sure he's a nice guy but he's put a few dreadful sax or flute solo's into Wilson's recent stuff and...well I think it's disgusting. Oth...view item »

Brian Wilson

Arguably the most famous non released album of all time is Smile by The Beach Boys. I'm given this to do as Clint is off which is a shame cos I feel like I'm depriving him. The man is obsessed.... Anyway the wait is over and Smile has been re recorded and finally released by the old duffer Brian Wilson. Many of you bought the 7&qu...view item »

Steve Reich, Kronos Quartet, Brian Wilson, Various
The Nonesuch Collection Vol.1