Feel Flows Box Set

The Sunflower & Surf's Up Sessions 1969-1971



Beach Boys Feel Flows 5-CD box set

The Beach Boys Lift the Curtain on Influential and Underappreciated Late '60/Early '70s Era With Expansive New Feel Flows – The Sunflower & Surf's Up Sessions 1969-1971 Box Set

5-CD box set features newly remastered versions of original albums and boasts 135 tracks including 108 previously unreleased tracks, live recordings, demos, alternate versions and mixes, instrumentals and a cappella tracks

Available Aug. 27, 2021 via Capitol/UMe

Los Angeles, California — June 3, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — In honor of 50 years of The Beach Boys' timeless and often underappreciated albums, Capitol/UMe will release an expansive 5CD and digital box set titled Feel Flows – The Sunflower and Surf's Up Sessions 1969-1971 on Aug. 27 that chronicles and explores in depth this metamorphic and highly influential 1969-1971 period of the band's legendary career. Assembled by Mark Linett and Alan Boyd, the team behind 2013's Grammy® Award-winning Smile Sessions, the expansive collection features newly remastered versions of Sunflower and Surf's Up and boasts 135 tracks, including 108 previously unreleased tracks, live recordings, radio promos, alternate versions, alternate mixes, isolated backing tracks and a cappella versions, culled from the album sessions.

Housed in a book style package, the set is rounded out with a 48-page book loaded with unreleased and rare photos, lyric sheets, tape box images, recording artifacts, insightful new liner notes by noted radio veteran and Beach Boys aficionado Howie Edelson, and new and archival interviews from Al Jardine, Brian Wilson, Bruce Johnston, Carl Wilson, Dennis Wilson, Mike Love, and others. Feel Flows will also be released in digital format and in abbreviated versions including 4-LP on both black vinyl and limited edition Translucent Blue and Translucent Gold color vinyl, 2-LP black vinyl and 2-CD editions.

Feel Flows is heralded today (June 3, 2021) with the streaming debut of the unreleased gem, “Big Sur.” A beautiful sonic love letter to the central California coastal town of Big Sur, the lilting, pastoral folk tune that was originally recorded for Surf's Up and has remained unreleased for more than five decades.

Source: prnewswire.com