Pipeline - The Legends of Surf Guitar

An Ear Candy Update dedicated to the reverb-drenched, pulse-pounding sound of surf rock.

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Download for iTunes here: Pipeline.mp3

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"How would you like to stand like a God before the crest of a monster billow, always rushing to the bottom of a hill and never reaching its base, and to come rushing in for a half mile at express speed, in graceful attitude, until you reach the beach and step easily from the wave?" - Duke Kahanamoku

In the wash of the explosive cultural movements of the 1960s, surf rock came of age quickly, peaked early and then nearly disappeared, much like the waves the music mimicked. Raunchy sax melodies and solos, sharp, angular guitar lines and rolling drum beats are the immediately recognizable elements. Get a single coil pickup, a clean guitar and play as fast as you can.

I hope you play this music as it was intended - loud, prominent and as a driving force in your life, if not for the rest of your week, than at the very least for the next hour.

If you have any suggestions, bitches, gripes, complaints or praise, email me right here: Dukewilbury@gmail.com

The tracks:
Jack the Ripper - The Surfaris
Pipeline - The Chantays
Point Panic - Jerry Cole & His Spacemen
Penetration - The Pyramids
The Lonely Surfer - Jack Nitzache
Miserlou - Dick Dale & His Del-Tones
Fugitive - Jan Davis
Shootin' Beavers - The Tornadoes
Midnight Surfer - Jerry Cole & His Spacemen
Bongo Shutdown - New Dimensions
Surf Rider - The Lonely Ones
Theme from "The Endless Summer" - The Sandals
Banzai Washout - The Catalinas
Stick Shift - The Trashmen
Spanish Blue - The Aqua Velvets
Mr. Rebel - Eddie & The Showman
Moondawg - Rhythm Rockers
Walk, Don't Run - The Ventures


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