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« Reply #825 on: July 29, 2020, 07:45:06 PM »

Thanks! 2001 is one of my favorite movies, also liked the possible homages to 2001 that ‘Love and Mercy’ had.
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« Reply #826 on: July 29, 2020, 07:48:21 PM »

Yep, that was awesome. 
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« Reply #827 on: July 29, 2020, 07:53:40 PM »

Great idea!!!

Dumb question...
How do you actually start a petition?

Yes...I know...I’m a music producer, I’ve worked in technical support for 16 years as well, and I’m clueless on this. 😆


If a petition is started, in order to get the attention of both the band and the record label, it should be called:

 "PLEASE… TAKE OUR MONEY"
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« Reply #828 on: July 29, 2020, 07:55:39 PM »

This was such a great time for everyone in the band.  Shame if someone is blocking it.  My gut tells me someone is jealous of DW content.

My thoughts and fears exactly
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« Reply #829 on: July 29, 2020, 07:58:43 PM »

Great idea!!!

Dumb question...
How do you actually start a petition?

Yes...I know...I’m a music producer, I’ve worked in technical support for 16 years as well, and I’m clueless on this. 😆


If a petition is started, in order to get the attention of both the band and the record label, it should be called:

 "PLEASE… TAKE OUR MONEY"

Jeez, if there was ever a message Mike would be receptive to its this^

Someone just needs to tell Mike the “approval” is for a lawsuit against Brian, this set will be out in a week.
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« Reply #830 on: July 29, 2020, 08:03:41 PM »

Great idea!!!

Dumb question...
How do you actually start a petition?

Yes...I know...I’m a music producer, I’ve worked in technical support for 16 years as well, and I’m clueless on this. 😆


If a petition is started, in order to get the attention of both the band and the record label, it should be called:

 "PLEASE… TAKE OUR MONEY"

Jeez, if there was ever a message Mike would be receptive to its this^

Someone just needs to tell Mike the “approval” is for a lawsuit against Brian, this set will be out in a week.

I would buy 10 sealed copies of "unleash the love" in order to get this FF box to happen.  Totally serious. Or 20 even.

Whatever it takes.
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« Reply #831 on: July 29, 2020, 08:10:42 PM »

Oh man don’t even open that door LOL

Mike is going to blackmail us all into buying 10 copies of Unleash The Love each in order to put his approval on this set.

And when Mike ponders this idea the words running through his mind will be “Do it! Do it!” in Mark McGrath’s voice.
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« Reply #832 on: July 29, 2020, 08:12:27 PM »

"I once had a doggie named Wrinkles..."
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« Reply #833 on: July 29, 2020, 08:18:56 PM »

Hi. I've been reading the forum for years, and in case TBTB peruse this thread, thought I'd register and add my voice to show the demand for this box set is there. Maybe I skew younger than most here, IDK, but for what it's worth, here's how my fandom progressed.

I'm in my 30's, and was a casual fan as a kid and teenager in the 90's. That is, I knew and loved all the hits, had them on my computer's MP3 playlist, burned a CD for the car and listened frequently, but could not tell you the name of the band members, the album names, or much of anything post PS. The most exotic tracks on my playlist were Heroes and Villains and Disney Girls, and remember at that time not being sure those two tracks were even legit studio releases. Actually, I think Disney Girls was a cover.

Sometime in 2013, I happened to see the Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Albums list with PS being #2, and decided to give the whole thing a listen (and it just so happened to be at night, with headphones, as BW later suggested). I couldn't believe how amazing the whole thing was. I was hooked - obsessed. Serendipitously, MiC had just come out. I bought it immediately and then was really floored - overwhelmed - at the amount of great music I'd never heard. 3 out of 5 discs full of fantastic stuff I didn't know existed!

What a perfect time to start discovering them too, as this is about the time when these copyright extension sets started. I've purchased every one as they've come out, and dived deeper and deeper into this band's history. I went back and bought all the twofers, the 2012 Mono/Stereo remasters, MFiT/Apple Digital Masters, Smile Sessions, all the old compilations, most of the Analogue Productions vinyl (and some digital), all the member's solo albums (some in multiple formats), just about every documentary, Peter Ames Carlin's book, the autobiographies, the Love and Mercy film, multiple issues of ESQ, watched the made for TV movies tons of times, frequently read these boards and use the Bellagio 10452 site, took my 5 year old daughter to see Brian Wilson presents Pet Sounds, and when we can, will go see Mike and Bruce's band, and Brian's again.

I'm sure I still would have bought a number of their old albums, mostly through iTunes, but there's no way I would have gone as far as I have were it not for these unbelievable sets we've been blessed with the last few years. It's really gotten me way more into them than I would have been otherwise, and exposed me and I'm sure many others to the embarrassment of riches this band produced, released, and have had sitting in the vaults the many years after the beach and surf and car and girl songs. If Wake the World and I Can Hear Music had been a physical release, I'd have bought it, but was glad to get them nonetheless. And on top of it all, they have people like Mark Linett and Alan Boyd curating this stuff. Other artists should be so lucky. I've seen the myriad of mixed/negative reactions of anniversary sets from other bands in threads over at the Hoffman forums. From what I've heard, Mark and Alan have never disappointed. If anything they've exceeded expectations. They care so much and do such excellent, quality work.

Yes, the audience at the show I went to was older. Probably a lot of lifelong fans. I'll bet many of them would buy Feel Flows. But my daughter, and a lot of other little kids were standing in the aisles, and at the back above the seats, jumping, dancing and swaying, even when they played Darlin', Sail on Sailor, and Feel Flows. At home she, and her little sister, ask me to put the records on all the time. My oldest daughter's favorite is You Still Believe in Me, because she loves the bicycle bell and horn.

I'm a relatively new fan, and you've got another generation or two coming up behind me. And it's due in large part to these archival sets. Despite itself, this band persists. For me, and I'm sure many others, these tracks aren't just curiosities, to be listened to once, say "oh that's interesting" and never listen to them again. They're better than many album cuts most bands of the era were releasing. Let us hear the brilliance of all the work that was done on what have been contemporarily reappraised as a couple of the greatest albums of all time. Reintroduce the public to these gems. Don't hide them away again. The years covering Sunflower/Surf's Up are so important in terms of the leadership and creativity of the rest of the band after BW stepped back. Don't make same mistakes twice. Please release this and let that era shine the way it should have originally back in '70 and '71.
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« Reply #834 on: July 29, 2020, 08:22:39 PM »

Welcome to the board!  We need more of you posting.  Thanks for taking the time.  I feel like there are a lot of people out there like you, kinda lurking.  That was myself for many years.
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« Reply #835 on: July 29, 2020, 08:24:46 PM »

"I once had a doggie named Wrinkles..."

Brother, I'd name a certain part of my anatomy Wrinkles if it got the boxed set out.
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« Reply #836 on: July 29, 2020, 08:26:04 PM »

Lol, I actually kinda like that song.  But I hear ya.  Goofy as hell, but sweet.
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« Reply #837 on: July 29, 2020, 08:32:50 PM »

Welcome Cork! Grin
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« Reply #838 on: July 29, 2020, 08:33:41 PM »

Hi. I've been reading the forum for years, and in case TBTB peruse this thread, thought I'd register and add my voice to show the demand for this box set is there. Maybe I skew younger than most here, IDK, but for what it's worth, here's how my fandom progressed.

I'm in my 30's, and was a casual fan as a kid and teenager in the 90's. That is, I knew and loved all the hits, had them on my computer's MP3 playlist, burned a CD for the car and listened frequently, but could not tell you the name of the band members, the album names, or much of anything post PS. The most exotic tracks on my playlist were Heroes and Villains and Disney Girls, and remember at that time not being sure those two tracks were even legit studio releases. Actually, I think Disney Girls was a cover.

Sometime in 2013, I happened to see the Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Albums list with PS being #2, and decided to give the whole thing a listen (and it just so happened to be at night, with headphones, as BW later suggested). I couldn't believe how amazing the whole thing was. I was hooked - obsessed. Serendipitously, MiC had just come out. I bought it immediately and then was really floored - overwhelmed - at the amount of great music I'd never heard. 3 out of 5 discs full of fantastic stuff I didn't know existed!

What a perfect time to start discovering them too, as this is about the time when these copyright extension sets started. I've purchased every one as they've come out, and dived deeper and deeper into this band's history. I went back and bought all the twofers, the 2012 Mono/Stereo remasters, MFiT/Apple Digital Masters, Smile Sessions, all the old compilations, most of the Analogue Productions vinyl (and some digital), all the member's solo albums (some in multiple formats), just about every documentary, Peter Ames Carlin's book, the autobiographies, the Love and Mercy film, multiple issues of ESQ, watched the made for TV movies tons of times, frequently read these boards and use the Bellagio 10452 site, took my 5 year old daughter to see Brian Wilson presents Pet Sounds, and when we can, will go see Mike and Bruce's band, and Brian's again.

I'm sure I still would have bought a number of their old albums, mostly through iTunes, but there's no way I would have gone as far as I have were it not for these unbelievable sets we've been blessed with the last few years. It's really gotten me way more into them than I would have been otherwise, and exposed me and I'm sure many others to the embarrassment of riches this band produced, released, and have had sitting in the vaults the many years after the beach and surf and car and girl songs. If Wake the World and I Can Hear Music had been a physical release, I'd have bought it, but was glad to get them nonetheless. And on top of it all, they have people like Mark Linett and Alan Boyd curating this stuff. Other artists should be so lucky. I've seen the myriad of mixed/negative reactions of anniversary sets from other bands in threads over at the Hoffman forums. From what I've heard, Mark and Alan have never disappointed. If anything they've exceeded expectations. They care so much and do such excellent, quality work.

Yes, the audience at the show I went to was older. Probably a lot of lifelong fans. I'll bet many of them would buy Feel Flows. But my daughter, and a lot of other little kids were standing in the aisles, and at the back above the seats, jumping, dancing and swaying, even when they played Darlin', Sail on Sailor, and Feel Flows. At home she, and her little sister, ask me to put the records on all the time. My oldest daughter's favorite is You Still Believe in Me, because she loves the bicycle bell and horn.

I'm a relatively new fan, and you've got another generation or two coming up behind me. And it's due in large part to these archival sets. Despite itself, this band persists. For me, and I'm sure many others, these tracks aren't just curiosities, to be listened to once, say "oh that's interesting" and never listen to them again. They're better than many album cuts most bands of the era were releasing. Let us hear the brilliance of all the work that was done on what have been contemporarily reappraised as a couple of the greatest albums of all time. Reintroduce the public to these gems. Don't hide them away again. The years covering Sunflower/Surf's Up are so important in terms of the leadership and creativity of the rest of the band after BW stepped back. Don't make same mistakes twice. Please release this and let that era shine the way it should have originally back in '70 and '71.

That was absolutely beautiful....very well said

And welcome to the board!
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« Reply #839 on: July 29, 2020, 08:39:18 PM »

I'm devastated. All I can really say.
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« Reply #840 on: July 29, 2020, 08:57:01 PM »

This was such a great time for everyone in the band.  Shame if someone is blocking it.  My gut tells me someone is jealous of DW content.
You mean the same someone who was the biggest advocate for Dennis' content on the Made in California set? Roll Eyes
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« Reply #841 on: July 29, 2020, 08:57:47 PM »

Eventually it will be released.  Don't worry.  Cooler heads will prevail:)
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« Reply #842 on: July 29, 2020, 09:35:49 PM »

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« Reply #843 on: July 29, 2020, 09:40:25 PM »

Anyone know when the new ESQ comes out?
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« Reply #844 on: July 29, 2020, 09:58:20 PM »

I’m not entirely sure right off the top of my head
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« Reply #845 on: July 29, 2020, 10:12:14 PM »

We have historical precedent for historic/archival box sets being delayed, if that is indeed what could possibly happen here.

I'm sure I don't need to state the obvious but NOTHING HAS BEEN OFFICIALLY ANNOUNCED...

That said, in 1996, THE PET SOUNDS SESSIONS was to be released in the fall of that calendar year. How did I know? I read it in Ice Magazine one day in the CD shop I worked at.

In reality – it was delayed over 12 months and finally dropped in November, 1997.

Better late than never.
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« Reply #846 on: July 29, 2020, 10:23:32 PM »

Just letting you all know that one of the users on The Beach Boys subreddit (r/thebeachboys) created a petition on change.org regarding the box set release: http://chng.it/T8FmT4Fw

I also have an unlisted video prepared on YouTube at the moment that I can make public if you all want (unless I'm jumping the gun, in which case I'll just leave it). I don't know how many people are gonna see it but a little's better than none: https://youtu.be/24mwu1E5Mdg

Also hello, fellow former lurker here, recent Beach Boys obsessive and creator of custom Beach Boys mixes of varying quality and an 8-bit recreation of Love You.

Edit: video now public, albeit with caveat
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« Reply #847 on: July 29, 2020, 10:32:49 PM »

^ Thank you, and welcome to the board!
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« Reply #848 on: July 29, 2020, 10:33:00 PM »

I really really don't need to hear this right now. I've expressed concern here a few years ago that the copyright sets will end when we hit the 70s. The Brother 2fers had none of the planned bonus tracks. Made In California was a missed opportunity for 70s outtakes. There was also a set of Brother Rarities planned and scrapped. It just figures. A delay, I can deal with. A cancellation would be tragic because it wouldn't be just this, but future releases now at risk too. The new Endless Summer Quarterly is all about Sunflower and Mike and Bruce have a lot of good things to say. What the hell, man...

I wish this forum had a like button - I would like everything HeyJude and Billy C have posted.  I have been looking forward to this box since the rumors first began. I can only pray something happens and this work isn't lost.  The Beach Boys 70s vault is enormous and I was dying for that levee to break.
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« Reply #849 on: July 29, 2020, 10:48:55 PM »

My head hurts...

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