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Plot: Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the release of ‘Pet Sounds,’ Brian Wilson and surviving members of The Beach Boys (Mike Love, Al Jardine, Bruce Johnston and David Marks) revisit the writing and recording of the landmark record that is consistently voted one of the top three influential albums of all time. Featuring exclusive interviews, classic archive and rare studio outtakes from the recording sessions.
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Because The Album Is Still A Sonic Wonder It Matters
Albums like Pet Sounds are serrendipitous like a random aligning of stars. Something that stuns for various reasons initially and evolving over time as to reveal it’s wonders. This is Brian Wilson and The Beach Boys’ masterpiece. Upon release it was a bit of an enigma as it wasn’t “the formula” of previous Beach Boy albums. As Mike Love recounts: “it took 20-years to reach platinum status”. Now, at over half-a-century it is without doubt the crown jewel in The Beach Boys catalog. This certainly adds to the mystical music itself and warrants this film.
1965 was a complex time for The Beach Boys. Brian, not unlike Lennon & McCartney, had tired of live performances and life on the road. Wisely he decided to make it his job to discontinue touring and work writing and arranging “new” songs with all the complexity only he could hear inside his head. Before drugs and mental illness would later hinder his unbridled creativity, Brian, along with new writing partner Tony Asher, crafted a quantum shift for the band. This doc uses stock film and footage along with later day interviews to topically reveal what was happening during this amazing time in the history of The Beach Boys.
If, like me, you’ve read countless articles and interviews regarding Pet Sounds you won’t find any surprises here. It’s not even really too in-depth. But, it gets the big picture across and does so with great interview snipets from the surviving band members and the occasional vintage clip such as the great comments by Dennis on his boat admitting how much Pet Sounds meant to him personally. If you’re a big fan this film is a must. If you love the album itself it is certainly welcome. What I’d really like it to do is to inspire someone who hasn’t really connected with The Beach Boys to get busy with discovering the greatness of this album. It this way it can push it forward once again for the next half-century dropping it’s nuggets of sonic spledor on new generations.
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Genre Documentary, Music
Actors Keith Altham, Tony Asher, Hal Blaine, Bruce Botnick
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