"The light and the darkness in Los Angeles' historic rock bands are much on display this week in two 40th anniversary celebrations.
On Wednesday night at UCLA's Royce Hall, Brian Wilson was scheduled to deliver what likely will be the last live L.A. performance of the Beach Boys' "Pet Sounds." That sublime 1966 album was rereleased in late August by Capitol Records in a CD/DVD set comprising mono, stereo and 5.1 mixes, as well as new and archival video.
Next week, the Doors kick off their own four-decade festivities with events at the Whisky a Go Go and other Sunset Strip locations. That shindig Wednesday at the Whisky will trumpet a forthcoming Rock and Roll Hall of Fame exhibit; "The Doors by the Doors," a new coffee-table book; and "Perception," a six-CD/six-DVD Rhino Records box, due November 21, which includes new 5.1 mixes of the band's studio albums, as well as outtakes and video..."
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