Live in London is a live album by American rock band the Beach Boys released by EMI in the UK in May 1970. 1968 was a difficult year for The Beach Boys at home, where their reputation had soured considerably, yet their European success was still strong, as evidenced by these confident performances recorded while the group were making their 20/20 album.
Purchased directly from the film maker Peter Whitehead, here for the first time is 102 minutes of uncut footage taken directly from the 16 mm master which lay dormant since 1966. Only 2 minutes has ever been seen of this footage featured on BBC Documentary, an 18 minute short film was also made featuring Marianne Faithful on talk over but now here is the total uncut version.
Redirected from 20/20 (The Beach Boys album)). The LP was named for being their 20th overall album release. Much of it consists of outtakes from earlier albums.
He flew to London in May 1966 and played the album for John Lennon and Paul McCartney. Photo by George Jerman). Here are some more outtakes from that day. (Photo by George Jerman). Brian sings up a goat. Then it dawned on him that it was the Beach Boys album cover spot. So he took the picture of the cliffs that you see here. The photos I had of the beach and cliff from the web didn't line up half as good as Dave's, so Dave, "Thanks for thinking of Popspots!" (Photo by Dave Meinzer). Here's the PopSpot of the site. Background photo by Dave Meinzer).
Beach Boys Live In Concert The Early Years. All Summer Long ; Surfing Classic Tracks. The Beach Boys On Tour: 1968. Wake The World: The Friends Sessions. Graduation Day 1966: Live At The University Of Michigan. Summerbreeze in June. 2014 Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks 1963. The Beach Boy's Christmas Album. 2013 Album Plus Bonus Tracks.
The Beach Boys Concert was a hugely popular album, their first LP. Here they are in their classic striped shirts before a totally wild audience. Every fan should have this album. The surprise here is the Live In London album, recorded in late 1968 at two English venues. It's shameful the way America treated the Beach Boys after 1966. Of course there was a long gap between Good Vibrations and Heroes and Villains and everything had changed after Sergeant Pepper.
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