Carole King/Brian Wilson Exclusive Tracks
Hollywood, CA - In 2006, Carole King was invited by legendary songwriter and producer Brian Wilson to his recording studio. These sessions turned out to be the early days of recording his new album, "That Old Lucky Sun," which eventually took him back into the Capitol Recording studios.
One of the songs they recorded that day is "I'm Into Something Good," the Goffin/King song originally made famous in 1965 by Herman's Hermits. "I make no bones about it, that song was influenced by Brian's music," Carole told the Weekend Australian Magazine in 2006. She described their updated version of the song as "Brianized."
The other song is a new Brian Wilson composition called "Good Kind of Love."
Although these songs do not appear on the final version of the album, they are being made available to the public for a limited time only via a CD exclusively available at Best Buy stores and at BestBuy.com. For more information or to pre-order the album, please click here. "That Old Lucky Sun" arrived stores on September 2, 2008.