The Beach Boys, Brian Wilson, Carl Wilson, Dennis Wilson, Al Jardine, ‘Studio Portrait, Working Through a Track’Regular price £1,100.00
© George Jerman
Los Angeles, U.S.A. 8 September 1965
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Photo taken at Western Recorders in September 1965 during a recording session for Beach Boys Party!. The album featured covers of songs by The Beatles and Bob Dylan, as well as some re-recordings of The Beach Boys own material.
A Capitol Records photographer during the '50s and '60s, George Jerman was most famously the lead photographer for the Beach Boys' legendary Pet Sounds album cover at the San Diego Zoo on Feb 10, 1966. George was a lover of jazz and in the 1970s became a sound engineer on a number of live jazz albums, often working with Bob Edmondson (of The Tijuana Brass) and other notable musicians.
The San Diego Union Tribune
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