The Beach Boys, Brian Wilson, Mike Love, Bruce Johnston, Al Jardine, David Marks, ‘Stack O&

The Beach Boys, Brian Wilson, Carl Wilson, Dennis Wilson, Mike Love, Bruce Johnston, Al Jardine, ‘Stack O' Tracks’

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© George Jerman
Los Angeles, U.S.A. 1968
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
Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity

This photo taken in early Spring 1968 at the offices of Brother Records was the first to feature all six active members of The Beach Boys. Stack-O-Tracks was an instrumental collection of classics from The Beach Boys with a sing-a-long booklet, accompanying the original vinyl record.

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.

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The San Diego Union Tribune

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