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Surfing Drums - The Surfaris - Play (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Wipe Out and Surfer Joe, an Album by The Surfaris. Released in on Dot (catalog no. DLP ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Surf Rock, Rock & Roll.
  2. Surfaris - Play - LP Vinyl Album. Surfing Drums, Surf Scene, Misirlou Lyrics, Surfer Joe Lyrics, Waikiki Run, Wiggle Wobble. More music lyrics and songs Be True To Your School, Louie, Louie, Sugar Shack, Jack The Ripper, Black Denim, Hot Rod High, Torquay, Like A Rolling Stone, Teen Beat.
  3. SURFARIS Vinyl Records and CDs "Wipe Out" was the Surfaris' only big hit. With that legendary song, they helped propel the Surf music craze that was sweeping the nation in the early '60s. Their up-and-down guitar sound, tight and dripping with reverb, is an unmistakable influence still heard in thousands of bands in a variety of genres.
  4. "The Original Surfaris" are the group featured on this CD. This is a previously unreleased album from It is a solid instrumental surf album. There are five group originals here, the best known one being "Bombora"/5(4).
  5. Summer Surf/Instrumental thrift finds. Jan & Dean “Ride The Wild Surf” Liberty Killer stuff. Especially stoked on “Sidewalk Surfer”, “Skateboarding (Part 1)” and “Surfin’ Wild”. The Surfaris “Play” Decca (Canadian issue) Excellent surf music. “Surfing Drums” rules and “Bat Man” is Lee Hazelwood related.
  6. Mordechai by Khruangbin, released 26 June 1. First Class 2. Time (You and I) 3. Connaissais de Face 4. Father Bird, Mother Bird 5. If There Is No Question 6. Pelota 7. One To Remember 8. Dearest Alfred 9. So We Won’t Forget Shida.
  7. "Surf Drums" was one of my favorite surf intrumental albums, right up there with Dick Dale's "Surfer's Choice," the Surfaris' "Play," and the Sentinals' "Big Surf." The Lively Ones' lead guitarist, Jim Masoner, while maybe not the most technically gifted guitarist of the era, played with as much energy as Mr. Dale himself.
  8. "The Surfaris Play" consists of "Point Panic," "Surfaris Stomp," and Surf instrumentals such as "Baja," "Jack the Ripper," "Miserlou," and "Batman." I came across this CD while looking for some Surf instrumentals. I remembered Dick Dale, the Champs, the Astronauts, and .

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