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Music Books [Issue #22]
: Catch a Wave: The Rise, Fall, and Redemption of the Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson
By Dean Truitt

Like so many great artists throughout history, The Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson has endured inconceivable bouts of depression, chemical addiction, fear, crippling self-doubt, and a myriad of other obstacles.

Perhaps the greatest tragedy is that the man who virtually rewrote the Great American Songbook in the latter half of the 20th century endured emotional and physical abuse at the hands of his controlling, maniacal father well into his adulthood. Whether causing his son’s deafness in one ear, physically beating him, emotionally abusing him, or selling off his multimillion-dollar publishing catalog, Murry Wilson spent his life destroying Brian’s yet forcefully driving him to become the brilliant artist the world would ultimately adore. Author Peter Ames Carlin collected hours of material, interviews, and unreleased recordings to passionately but fairly tells the genius’ tragic, yet miraculous life that he is finally coming to terms with well after turning 60. Upon the 2004 release of Smile!, the onerous project that nearly pushed Wilson beyond the point of regaining his sanity for decades, Ames paints an inspirational portrait of a man who has gradually learned how to rise above his troubled past.


Catch a Wave: The Rise, Fall, and Redemption of the Beach Boys’ Brian Wilson

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