Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Mike Love, Bruce Johnston - Symphonic Sounds: Music Of The Beach Boys album flac
Title: Symphonic Sounds: Music Of The Beach Boys
MP3 album: 1505 mb
FLAC album: 1957 mb
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Genre: Pop / Classical
The Beach Boys with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra is a 2018 album of remixed Beach Boys recordings with new orchestral arrangements performed by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. It was produced by Nick Patrick and Don Reedman, who conducted similar projects for Roy Orbison and Elvis Presley
Ever since Elvis Presley's catalog was refashioned into the symphonic If I Can Dream in 2015 - a number one hit in the . it reached 21 in the . other estates and legacy acts have been eager to get in on the action. The Beach Boys were one of the few active groups to submit their classic catalog to Royal Philharmonic Orchestra overdubs, and they're both an obvious and curious choice.
The Beach Boys With The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, pairing original vocals with new symphonic arrangements by the RPO, is released on 8 June 2018. The orchestra was conducted by Steve Sidwell and Sally Herbert, who also wrote several of the arrangements. Here’s a brief trailer video for the upcoming album: I always knew the vocal arrangements I did back in the 1960s would lend themselves perfectly for a symphony and there is no better one in the world than the Royal Philharmonic, says Brian Wilson of the new album. I am both proud and humbled by what they have created using our songs and I hope everyone falls in love with it like I have. Beach Boys co-founder Mike Love adds: This album is one of a kind
The event marked the first time the band had been together since its 2012 50th anniversary tour. They gathered in celebration of their SiriusXM channel and The Beach Boys With the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, which came out June 8. A number of selections from the album, which features the Beach Boys' original vocals set to new orchestrations, were played during the evening, with Wilson acting as the ultimate producer - raising his hand to cut off the tracks after.
Collectively, Mike, Al and Bruce take a look back at The Beach Boys’ 20/20 album, Ginger Blake discusses Brian Wilson’s work with The Honeys on Goodnight My Love and Tonight You Belong To Me in December 1968, and sessionographer Craig Slowinski provides the details. Plus, interviews with Alan Boyd and Mark Linett on the Friends and 20/20 sessions released digitally in December 2018. Brian Wilson documentary news, and a touching tribute to the late Guy Webster by Malcolm Searles. FALL 1998, Issue BRUCE JOHNSTON – Symphonic Sounds Music of The Beach Boys, Endless Harmony. FALL 2004, Issue BRIAN WILSON – Duck Dodgers. SUMMER-FALL 2005, Issue THE BEACH BOYS – California Historic Landmark Project; Hawthorne 2005.
This album combines the brilliant original vocal harmonies of The Beach Boys’ beloved classics with brand new symphonic arrangements performed by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, creating a unique and special experience of these iconic songs. 17 tracks produced by Nick Patrick and Don Reedman. Executive produced by Jerry Schilling.
MIKE LOVE'S CHRISTMAS ALBUM Mike Love has released a new collection of holiday songs Reason for the Season, via BMG, in CD and digital formats. Reason for the Season features a guest appearance by Hanson, as well as contributions from All Love, a group composed of four of Mike's children (Ambha, Brian, Christian, and Hayleigh Love).
|3||God Only Knows||3:40|
|4||Wouldn't It Be Nice?||2:35|
|7||(Just For Fun...) All Surf!||4:27|
|8||The Warmth Of The Sun||3:42|
|9||The Water Planet Suite||23:24|
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On back cover and CD label: Made in the USA.
Differs from other "US" release, in that it has Made in USA on CD rather than Austria (see images).
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