The creation of what would be The Beach Boys’ most groundbreaking work is explored in this entry in the “Classic Albums” series. Something of a departure from the band’s signature sound at the time, the album’s late 1965/early 1966 recording caused a fair amount of unrest within the band, due in large part to Brian Wilson’s decision to stop touring in order to focus more on writing and studio experimentation. Features interviews with Wilson, Mike Love, Al Jardine. 94 min. Widescreen; Soundtrack: English; bonus footage.