Brian Wilson ‘Lost’ Production Gets A Release

Stephen John Kalinich 1966 'Peace' album has been 'found'

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An album of poetry and sparse music arrangements co-produced by Brian Wilson and Stephen John Kalkinich in 1966 has to come to light, and will be released in October.

Kalinich was the first artist to be signed to Beach Boy’s Brother Records label, and recorded the album ‘A World Of Peace Must Come’ over the course of one night at Brian Wilson’s Bel Air house. However the recorded tapes were lost, only found 20 years after, and a release finally possible now through Light In The Attic Records.

Kalinich has previously contributed lyrics to songs such as “Rainbows” which appeared on the recently reissued Dennis Wilson album ‘Pacific Ocean Blue’ and “Gettin’ In Over My Head”, performed by Brian Wilson and Paul McCartney.

A World Of Peace Must Come will be accompanied with a
booklet of all of Kalinich’s poems, as well as liner notes by
Beach Boys archivist Alan Boyd.

The album is set for release on October 6.


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