The latest Beatles News Briefs, Beatles rumors and Beatles and Sixties Rock and Roll
information all Across the Beatles Blogiverse from the editors of BeatlesNews.com
If you have something we could report here on the blog, please
send it to us!
|Listen to Brian Wilson's new album on the net this Friday|
[Posted by Dave Haber on Tuesday, 08/19/08 12:57 pm] [Full Blog] [Tweet] [Facebook]
Music and Beach Boys legend Brian Wilson and Capitol Records are partnering with newspapers all across the US for an exclusive premiere of Brian Wilson's new album, That Lucky Old Sun.
From August 22 to September 1, more than 50 newspaper and TV station websites, including USA Today, will exclusively offer full streaming audio of Wilson's new album before its September 2 release.
Viewers to the websites will be able to listen to the full 38-minute album in sequence or skip ahead or back to individual tracks.
For the release of his new studio album, That Lucky Old Sun, Wilson has returned to Capitol Records, his original label home. The new album will be released on CD, limited edition CD/DVD, and digitally on September 2. The album was released today (August 19) as a limited edition vinyl LP.
Brian Wilson describes That Lucky Old Sun as an "interwoven series of 'rounds' with interspersed spoken word," and as an autobiographical travelogue of sorts. The new studio album is produced by Wilson and was created with his acclaimed band at Capitol Studios in Hollywood, where he first recorded in 1962.
Brian says, "This music is really special to me and I hope that everyone will enjoy it!"
Brian Wilson will tour with his band this fall, performing songs from That Lucky Old Sun and his classic hits. For more information, check out Brian Wilson's official website.
Paul McCartney's personal mix tape
| ||Sgt. Pepper's|
The Beatles album that changed rock albums forever!
» Click here to read all the blog posts
This news article is Copyright © 2008, and may not be reproduced on other web sites or in print, in whole or in part, without expressed permission