The Beach Boys, Brian Wilson, Mike Love, Bruce Johnston, Al Jardine, David Marks, ‘Soundcheck, Honolulu, Hawaii&

The Beach Boys, Brian Wilson, Carl Wilson, Dennis Wilson, Mike Love, Al Jardine, ‘Soundcheck'

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© Capitol Records
Honolulu, Hawaii. 25 August 1967
All prints have the signature or the posthumous stamp of the photographer where known
Prints at 30x40 and 40x60 inches are available and subject to quality and resolution of image
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At the time of this shot, the group had just finished the Smiley Smile album, and Brian joined them onstage for the first time since 1965 for a pair of shows in Hawaii. The shows were recorded for a proposed live album that ended up sitting on the shelf for 50 years. For these shows, Brian brought along his big Baldwin organ which was the primary instrument on the Smiley Smile album. At this concert, The Beach Boys sang the hit song "Heroes and Villains" in front of a live audience for the first time.

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