The Winter 2018 issue of Endless Summer Quarterly magazine features coverage on the 30th Anniversary of Brian Wilson (the self-titled solo album). This rare behind-the-scenes account includes a foreword from Brian Wilson in addition to exclusive interviews with Lenny Waronker, Andy Paley, Seymour Stein, David Leaf and engineer Mark Linett. Peter Reum provides the introduction and Craig Slowinski contributed the sessionography.
An essay by Domenic Priore is also included, as well as scans of rare and collectible memorabilia from the 1988 release.
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NOTE of correction for page 14: Sire/Reprise/Warner Bros. Records Produced by Brian Wilson, Russ Titelman, Jeff Lynne, Lenny Waronker and Andy Paley Released July 12, 1988 Engineered in Los Angeles by Mark Linett at Ground Control and The Village Recorders Additional Engineering: Brad Gilderman Engineered in New York by Josh Abbey at The Hit Factory Additional Engineering: Craig Vogel “Love And Mercy” originally recorded in Honolulu by Jim Linkner and Ron Klohs at Dolphin Sound “Rio Grande,” “Meet Me In My Dreams Tonight,” “One For the Boys,” “Little Children” and “He Couldn’t Get His Poor Old Body to Move” Mixed by Mark Linett “Rio Grande” Co-produced by Mark Linett Mixed February 1-21, 1988 by Russ Titelman and Hugh Padgham, assisted by Bob Vogt Re-mixed March 7-13, 1988 (at Landy’s behest) by Lenny Waronker and Brad Gilderman, assisted by Bob Vogt Mixed at A&M Studio B on an SSL board
Highest U.S. Chart Position: 54