Ever Present Past is a broadcast that focuses on music from the past that doesn’t seem to get its fair share of coverage in today’s musical commentary. Our goal is to ensure these featured stories told of each artist or album live on while educating and entertaining the listening audiences.

In this episode, we discuss The Beach Boys’ record ‘Sunflower’ – an explosive album that found the Beach Boys at their lowest point of popularity. The make-or-break effort pushed the limits of the group in an attempt to stay relevant in 1970.

This episode features altered recordings of songs in an immersive auditory journey.

  • Slip On Through
  • Add Some Music To Your Day
  • Soulful Old Man Sunshine
  • Forever