Good Vibrations - The Beach Boys Laying Down The Vocals

$1,300.00 USD

The legendary "Good Vibrations" was recorded during the summer of 1966 this outtake is taken from the "lost" footage of the band laying down the vocals at Columbia Studios in Hollywood, California in the late summer of 1966. This still is pulled from the full original 120mm film of the vocal recordings that were lost for many years. Called a "pocket symphony," the track consumed 90 hours of recordings across four studios from February to September of 1966, and in addition to The Beach Boys, included many members of the famed Wrecking Crew. With lyrics by Mike Love and music by Brian Wilson, many music fans consider this one of the band's finest songs. It went straight to number one on both sides of the Atlantic in October 1966, and was the band's first gold single, selling a million plus copies in 1966. Photo courtesy of the Brother Records archive.

Archival digital print. Printed on 100% Cotton Rag Platine 310gsm. Limited edition of 50 in each size.

Size: 16x20 inches

16x20 inches
20x24 inches


Size: 16x20 inches, 20x24 inches
Photographer: Beach Boys Gallery
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