Wednesday, March 31, 1999
Beach Boys’ Classic Digitally Remixed in Surround for Upcoming Movie Soundtrack
Film star/executive producer Drew Barrymore recently met with music legend Brian Wilson at The Complex, a West Los Angeles recording studio, to listen to a final playback of a very special version of the Beach Boys classic “Don’t Worry Baby.”
The track is featured in a climactic scene near the end of Barrymore’s latest film, the Fox 2000 Pictures comedy “Never Been Kissed,” set to open nationwide April 9. Thanks to modern recording studio magic created by Highway One Media Entertainment, moviegoers will hear a brand-new digitally remixed Surround Sound version of the song that was done exclusively for the film.
“Never Been Kissed” marks Barrymore’s producing debut. She also doubled as executive film soundtrack producer with director Raja Gosnell (“Home Alone 3”) and co-producers Sandy Isaac (“To Die For”) and Nancy Juvonen. The soundtrack features an unprecedented collection of current hits — including the latest singles from Semisonic, R.E.M., Jimmy Eat World, Swirl 360 and Remy Zero — in addition to the original version of “Don’t Worry Baby.”