This was reported by Billboard today. snip Wilson recently resurrected and finished music from his legendary "Smile" sessions, which he debuted live in the United Kingdom. He is expected to tour Europe in the summer in support of "Gettin' in Over My Head" and possibly bring the "Smile" concert to the United States in the fall. The artist is currently in the studio working on the final version of "Smile," the never-released planned follow-up to the Beach Boys' 1966 masterpiece "Pet Sounds." Originally titled "Dumb Angel," the album's making precipitated Wilson's infamous nervous breakdown. Although ultimately scrapped as a project, some of the recordings were used to create 1967's "Smiley Smile." Recordings from the "Smile" sessions have been frequently bootlegged over the years, appearing in everything from single- to four-disc form, with various would-be producers attempting to complete the mythic progressive pop album that all but destroyed Wilson's genius at the time. Rhino parent Warner Music Group will likely release Wilson's belatedly finished version.