Beach Boys - Wild Honey LP in Stereo - 'Sunshine Tomorrow' 2Cds + live digital release

Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Joel1963, Apr 26, 2017.

  1. drbeachboy

    drbeachboy Forum Resident

    I received my US copy last week. It was flat and quiet, but had one loud pop about 4 seconds into Let The Wind Blow. I kept it anyway.
     
  2. pdas1996

    pdas1996 Active Member

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    Regarding an end-of-the-year copyright release, from the Smiley Smile board:

    "According to the new winter edition of Endless Summer Quarterly, published today:

    Sunshine Tomorrow 2 - 29 additional tracks from the Smiley Smile sessions, the Lei'd in Hawaii Wally Heider Studio sessions, and the Wild Honey sessions, including the unreleased "Good News"
    Live Sunshine - 109 performances from 7 shows in 5 states during the 1967 tour"
     
  3. PretzelLogic

    PretzelLogic Forum Resident

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  4. supermd

    supermd Forum Resident

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    Holy moly that sounds amazing.
     
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  5. Pim

    Pim Forum Resident

    Will this be digital only?
     
  6. Giant Hogweed

    Giant Hogweed Forum Resident

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    Wowzers! I like it!
     
  7. Yorick

    Yorick Forum Resident

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    Woow!!!!
     
  8. mr.datsun

    mr.datsun Forum Resident

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    It'd be nice to have an official version of the Smiley Smile sessions.
     
  9. ronbow

    ronbow Forum Resident

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    Will that be released via iTunes?
     
  10. The Zodiac

    The Zodiac God's Lonely Man

    I don't use i-tunes so I hope this is available on Amazon too or I'm gonna flip out.

    107 live tracks...I know exactly which shows these are, in fact I already have them, but will buy official product. They are great shows. But its hard enough for me to pay $14.99 for non-physical media. A set this large might be up there in price.

    I wish they all could be...CD releases. I was listening to the Keep An Eye On Summer set his week. Such a great hodge podge of stuffs.Wish the suits would take a gamble on this stuff. Sunshine Tomorrow would have made an awesome 6 CD set.
     
  11. pool_of_tears

    pool_of_tears Music Appreciator

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    Please tell me this will be on cd, or at least in flac
     
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  12. jdlaw

    jdlaw Forum Resident

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    Yeah, I already have the November 1967 shows (Detroit, etc) in excellent quality. What I really want (and hope this includes) is the two complete Hawaii shows.
     
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  13. supermd

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    I want those two Hawaii shows, too! They are at the top of my wishlist for this set.

    By the way, I checked out the Smiley Smile forum and Mark Linett said this will be released 12/08.
     
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  14. FJFP

    FJFP Well-Known Member

    Clearly digital only then, hopefully I can grab it on Qobuz again.
     
  15. MaestroDavros

    MaestroDavros Well-Known Member

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    I mean Mark hinted at something big closing the year, but I never imagined it would be THIS big.:bigeek:
     
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  16. tonewheeltom

    tonewheeltom Forum Resident

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    Most, if not all, of these download-only B.B. releases have been available in 16/44.1, and some at 24/88.2.
     
  17. supermd

    supermd Forum Resident

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    Where would I find 16/44.1?
     
  18. picassoson

    picassoson Well-Known Member

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    Super psyched about this - what an exciting time to be a Beach Boys fan. I for one don't mind the digital-only release, and totally understand it. I'd be pretty skeptical that Capitol could recoup investment on a physical release of something like this. In general I really like this model of having a CD/Vinyl best-of sessions released, with a huge digital house-cleaning at the end of the year.
     
  19. tonewheeltom

    tonewheeltom Forum Resident

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    7digital’s US store has the Big Beat 1963, Sacramento 1964, Chicago 1965, and Michigan 1966 all in 16-bit, but I didn’t see Keep An Eye On Summer - Sessions 1964, but that’s in 24-bit on HDTracks and Pro Studio Masters.
     
  20. RickA

    RickA Forum Resident

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    Maybe not, Sunshine Tomorrow garnered great reviews, high on Year end lists and it would suggest that the sales were pretty good. I hope my belief is an actuality. Would love to have this on CD.
     
  21. soundQman

    soundQman Idealist of the Musical Apocalypse

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    Right, but I can only take a few of those sorts of big dumps from a small handful of my very favorite artists. Otherwise it only gets played once. The best material usually gets an official release soon after creation/recording or is saved for the next album. I think Dylan is an exception, because he left huge amounts of great material unreleased, a good portion of it better than what made it onto official albums originally. That is very unusual for recording artists.
     
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  22. picassoson

    picassoson Well-Known Member

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    I agree. Dylan is definitely in that category for me, mostly for the reasons you stated. I'm a big enough Beach Boys fanatic though that I want it all, even if it is every redundant scrap of session tape and live shows with mostly the same setlist. I can't think of any other band that I have that level of emotional attachment to.
     
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  23. mikedifr0923

    mikedifr0923 Forum Resident

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    Wow
     
  24. soundQman

    soundQman Idealist of the Musical Apocalypse

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    I pigged out in the 70s on The Beatles' Get Back Sessions.
     
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  25. edenofflowers

    edenofflowers Forum Resident

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    I'm in for Sunshine 2 if I can get it lossless. Sunshine (1) was on of my fave rave archive releases of the year.
     

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