Jeff Beck says his time with Brian Wilson was filled with odd behavior and strange work practices.
Brian Wilson turned to guest collaborators on his upcoming solo project after the Beach Boys' 2012 reunion fell apart.
A host of guest stars will appear on Brian Wilson's next album.
Jeff Beck and Brian Wilson's musical partnership seems to have been much more exciting in theory than it was in reality -- at least according to Beck, anyway.
Jeff Beck will team up with Brian Wilson for an 18-date tour this fall. The run begins on Sept. 27 in Florida before working up the East Coast and then zigzagging across the country for a final date on Oct. 27 in Akron. Wilson's fellow Beach Boys Al Jardine and David Marks will also join him onstage.
Last year, as the Beach Boys' 50th-anniversary tour wrapped up, Mike Love announced that the group would be hitting the road again, but without original members Al Jardine, David Marks and leader Brian Wilson. This pretty much amounted to being fired, Wilson said at the time. ''I don't know how that sacking controversy started," Love recently told The Daily Star. "I'd love to work with Brian again."