Brian Wilson is the debut studio album by Brian Wilson released in July 1988 on Sire Records. It was voted one of the best albums of 1988 by NME, and as part of its acclaim, garnered the nickname "Pet Sounds '88" among some critics. The album has since been reissued on several formats with bonus tracks, and cited by some as a standout in Wilson's solo oeuvre.
This week in 1974, the classic Beach Boys compilation "Endless Summer" was released. The album shot to going multi-platinum, attracting a new generation of fans.
Playback: The Brian Wilson Anthology. Brian Wilson and Friends. Songs from Another Place - New Vocal Chamber Music.
Upcoming Pet Sounds & Greatest Hits Shows. Brian to highlight 1968 LP Friends, 1971’s Surf’s Up, while British rockers will perform all of Odessey and Oracle. Video: God Only Knows live from Brian’s 2018 Summer Tour.
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Brian Wilson" is the eponymous first solo album by Brian Wilson of The Beach Boys. Wilson was signed to a solo recording contract with Sire Records in early 1987. The initial single released that April, "Let's Go To Heaven In My Car" (Brian Wilson/Gary Usher) b/w "Too Much Sugar", was not commercially successful, but Wilson proceeded to record a full album of new material. The recording sessions, supervised by veteran producers like Russ Titelman and Lenny Waronker, were said to be contentious.
Brian Douglas Wilson (born June 20, 1942 in Inglewood, California) is an American singer-songwriter, producer, and musician, best known for being the principal songwriter and co-lead singer for The Beach Boys, co-founded with brothers Carl and Dennis. Once known for his iconic falsetto, much of Brian's most well-known work is tinged with melancholy and existentialism.