Beach Boys co-founder Al Jardine will reissue his 2010 debut solo album, A Postcard From California, on November 23rd as part of Record Store Day. The new remastered edition will be limited to 1,000 copies and pressed on 180-gram translucent blue vinyl with a gatefold cover. Each copy will also include an authentic autographed postcard from Jardine and be available at participating Record Store Day record stores

The critically acclaimed collection features appearances by Neil Young, David Crosby, and Stephen Stills, Beach Boys co-founders Brian Wilson, the late Carl Wilson, Mike Love, and David Marks. Longtime member Bruce Johnston also appears. Also featured are his sons, Matt and Adam Jardine, Steve Miller, Gerry Beckley and Dewey Bunnell from America, the late-Glen Campbell, and the Red Hot Chili Pepper's bassist Flea.

Al Jardine said that most everyone asked to contribute did so happily -- but admits that old friend David Crosby took a bit of coaxing before he agreed to head into the studio: "And I pestered David mercilessly, I had to bribe him to get up here. I said, 'I will buy you a room at the Big Sur Inn.' (Laughs) I knew that would get him because he loves Big Sur -- he comes up here every year for his vacation. 'You get me the right room, I'll be there -- if you don't, forget it!' He came up there and he gave his 100 percent and just participated with me . . . again, these guys don't have to do this. They're like, the top of the list, the A-list of talent in our industry. He loves Big Sur, that's how I got him up here (laughs)." at Bangor, Maine's Cross Insurance Center.

AUDIO: AL JARDINE ON MOVING TO CALIFORNIA
AUDIO: AL JARDINE ON DAVID CROSBY