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The Beach Boys documentary

On May 24th the documentary The Beach Boys will debut on Disney+, which tells, through unpublished images and interviews, the parable of the Californian band that is still much loved today. The light-hearted trailer of the film has been released.

A documentary about the Beach Boys entitled simply The Beach Boys, directed by Frank Marshall and Thom Zimny ​​and written by Mark Monroe, will arrive on the Disney+ platform on May 24th. The news of the day is the trailer of the film, which allows us to return to the California of the 60s and 70s, among the beaches, surfers and girls in bikinis, and to get to know the band that with its songs embodied the American dream. Geniuses of vocal harmonies, the Beach Boys moved between pop and rock, and then tried their hand at a more sophisticated genre that welcomed oriental suggestions and psychedelia, and which was strongly desired by the leader Brian Wilson, intent on rivaling the Beatles, to which the Boys were increasingly compared.

The trailer for The Beach Boys really allows us to look at the group to which we owe, for example, "Surfin' USA" from a new perspective, because in the documentary we find new and precious material. First of all there are interviews with the original members of the band, and then Brian Wilson, Mike Love, Al Jardine, David Marks and Bruce Johnston. There is no shortage of testimonies from those who arrived later, in this case Blondie Chaplin and Ricky Fataar. Rock & Roll historian Josh Kun and musical star Janelle Monáe will also be seen


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