The Beach Boys' 1967 Wild Honey LP is getting the expanded reissue treatment with the new double-disc set Sunshine Tomorrow, due in stores this summer.

Scheduled to arrive June 30, Sunshine Tomorrow offers a remastered Wild Honey — complete with the record's first-ever stereo mix — and adds 54 rare recordings from the era, including the unreleased Lei'd in Hawaii live LP, other concert performances captured during the late '60s and outtakes from the sessions for Wild Honey and Smiley Smile. Plans also call for a separate vinyl release for Wild Honey, offering the stereo mix on a 180-gram disc.

"I wanted to have a home environment trip where we could record at my house," writes Beach Boys co-founder Brian Wilson in the upcoming set's liner notes. "I wanted to try something different, something new. I produced Smiley Smile, but [Mike Love] inspired me. He said 'Brian, let's make a really good, easygoing album.' We had an engineer convert my den into a studio. We had my piano detuned to make it ring more."

"Just prior to that, Brian had built up this production peak and then just completely reversed field, and did something so light and airy, and y' know, easy," adds Love. "That was an underground album, I figure, for us. It was completely out of the mainstream of what was going on at that time, which was all hard rock, psychedelic music, and here we come with a song called 'Wind Chimes.' It just didn't have anything to do with what was going on – and that was the idea."

1967 — Sunshine Tomorrow is available to pre-order now. Look over the set's complete track listing below.

The Beach Boys, '1967 — Sunshine Tomorrow' Track Listing
Disc One
Wild Honey (stereo mix)
"Wild Honey"
"Aren't You Glad"
"I Was Made to Love Her"
"Country Air"
"A Thing or Two"
"I'd Love Just Once to See You"
"Here Comes the Night"
"Let the Wind Blow"
"How She Boogalooed It"
"Mama Says" (original mono mix)

Wild Honey Sessions: September - November 1967 (previously unreleased)
"Lonely Days (Alternate Version)"
"Cool Cool Water" (Alternate Early Version)
"Time to Get Alone" (Alternate Early Version)
"Can't Wait Too Long" (Alternate Early Version)
"I'd Love Just Once to See You" (Alternate Version)
"I Was Made to Love Her (Vocal Insert Session) (1:35)
"I Was Made To Love Her" (Long Version)
"Hide Go Seek"
"Honey Get Home"
"Wild Honey" (Session Highlights)
"Aren't You Glad" (Session Highlights)
"A Thing or Two" (Track And Backing Vocals)
"Darlin'" (Session Highlights)
"Let the Wind Blow" (Session Highlights)

Wild Honey Live: 1967 - 1970 (Previously Unreleased)
"Wild Honey"- recorded in Detroit, November 17, 1967
"Country Air" - recorded in Detroit, November 17, 1967
"28. Darlin'" - recorded in Pittsburgh, November 22, 1967
"How She Boogalooed It" - recorded in Detroit, November 17, 1967
"Aren't You Glad" - recorded in 1970, location unknown

"Mama Says" (Session Highlights)

Disc Two
Smiley Smile Sessions: June - July 1967 (Previously Unreleased)
"Heroes and Villains" (Single Version Backing Track)
"Vegetables" (Long Version)
"Fall Breaks and Back to Winter" (Alternate Mix)
"Wind Chimes" (Alternate Tag Section)
"Wonderful" (Backing Track)
"With Me Tonight" (Alternate Version With Session Intro)
"Little Pad" (Backing Track)
"All Day All Night (Whistle In)" (Alternate Version 1)
"All Day All Night (Whistle In)" (Alternate Version 2)
"Untitled (Redwood)"

Lei'd In Hawaii "Live" Album: September 1967
Fred Vail Intro
"The Letter"
"You're So Good to Me"
"Help Me, Rhonda"
"California Girls"
"Surfer Girl"
"Sloop John B"
"With a Little Help from My Friends (recorded at Brian Wilson's house)
"Their Hearts Were Full of Spring" (rehearsal recording)
"God Only Knows"
"Good Vibrations"
"Game Of Love"
"The Letter" (Alternate Take)
"With a Little Help from My Friends" (Stereo Mix)

Live In Hawaii: August 1967 (Previously Unreleased)
"Hawthorne Boulevard"
"Gettin' Hungry"
"Hawaii" (Rehearsal Take)
"Heroes and Villains" (Rehearsal)

Thanksgiving Tour 1967: Live In Washington, D.C. & Boston (Previously Unreleased)
"California Girls" - recorded in Washington, DC, November 19, 1967
"Graduation Day" - recorded in Washington, DC, November 19, 1967
"I Get Around" - recorded in Boston, November 23, 1967

Additional 1967 Studio Recordings (Previously Unreleased)
"Surf's Up" (1967 Version)
"Surfer Girl" (1967 A Capella Mix)

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