Beach Boys, the
Wild Honey =stereo=
1 x LP
STEREO version + bonus download
2017 EU reissue on 180g LP +download=STEREO=, 1967's transitional Wild Honey, the Beach Boys had well and truly left the beach and embraced sounds and topics that were now a part of the California zeitgeist; there's psychedelia and even a hint of s...
Release date: 08-04-2017(originally released in 1967)
2017 EU reissue on 180g LP-Originally Mixed In Mono, Transitional 1967 Album Is Newly Mixed in Stereo for the Very First Time!
By their thirteenth album, 1967's transitional Wild Honey, the Beach Boys had well and truly left the beach and embraced sounds and topics that were now a part of the California zeitgeist; there's psychedelia and even a hint of spiritual awareness. The Beach Boys were embracing a brave new world and did so with the rocking title track, a Stevie Wonder cover, the fabulous "Darlin" and 'I'd Love Just Once to See You."
Village Voice critic Robert Christgau praised Wild Honey with an A+ review, writing, "It's perfect and full of pleasure; it does what it sets out to do almost without a bad second." Bruce Johnston says that Wild Honey showcases a band devoid of pressure, "Here's the thing – the most important thing – you need to know about Wild Honey. It was just an album for us to exhale and do something real simple; but as it's Brian and Mike's music, it's still fabulous and not so simple. I love the album."
Originally mixed in mono, the album is now newly mixed in stereo for the very first time and pressed on 180 gram heavyweight vinyl.
A1 Wild Honey
A2 Aren't You Glad
A3 I Was Made To Love Her
A4 Country Air
A5 A Thing Or Two
B2 I'd Love Just To See You
B3 Here Comes The Night
B4 Let The Wind Blow
B5 How She Boogalooed It
B6 Mama Says
Extra info: STEREO version
Bonus(cd,single,download): bonus download
Originally released: 1967
This release: 2017