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Tell Em Im Surfin - Jan & Dean - Ride The Wild Surf (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. JAN & DEAN Ride The Wild Surf ( UK issue of the track LP, featuring hits from Surf City U.S.A., picture sleeve. The sleeve shows just a little light edge scuffing & the vinyl .
  2. Jan & Dean: Ride The Wild Surf (LP, Vinyl record album) - Plenty of surf number stepping out here – but often with that great second-chapter Beach Boys -- Dusty Groove is Chicago's Online Record Store.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Ride The Wild Surf on Discogs. Label: Liberty - GO ,Liberty - OC • Series: Greenlight • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Compilation, Reissue • Country: UK • Genre: Rock • Style: Surf, Rock & Roll/5(6).
  4. This was probably an indication that the whole surf thing was pretty much over, rather than a comment on Jan & Dean. The Beach Boys left surf songs behind in '63 and Ride the Wild Surf would be the last surf hit (unless you want to count New York's a Lonely Town by the Tradewinds in early '65, but that was more of a novelty song).4/5(8).
  5. Ride the Wild Surf itself was a dynamic and powerful surf song, one of the best in the whole genre from its exciting guitar opening to its final "Gotta take that one last ride." As a single it should have been much bigger than it was (it peaked at #16) since it was absolutely prime Jan & Dean and they were on a run of Top 10's since Surf City/5(12).
  6. Jan & Dean were the originators of the Surf Music genre, starting to perform and record in the late ’s. Their harmonies and style were mimicked by countless follow-on artists. They had great success with multiple albums and singles in the early 60’s. Jan & Dean – Ride The Wild Surf – Surf Rock Vinyl End date: Apr 18,
  7. Aug 07,  · Tell 'Em I'm Surfin' TELL 'EM I'M SURFIN' (EP) No Tomorrow Records: (Sloan-Barri) EP -- NT -- FEBRUARY 22 (SPAIN). "Tell 'Em I'm Surfin'" was written and first released by the FANTASTIC BAGGYS (PHIL SLOAN and STEVE BARRI), but the JAN & DEAN version of the song saw the widest distribution on the RIDE THE WILD SURF album in
  8. Ride the Wild Surf itself was a dynamic and powerful surf song, one of the best in the whole genre from its exciting guitar opening to its final "Gotta take that one last ride." As a single it should have been much bigger than it was (it peaked at #16) since it was absolutely prime Jan & Dean and they were on a run of Top 10's since Surf City.
  9. JAN & DEAN Ride The Wild Surf ( UK track mono vinyl LP on the black & silver Liverty label, featuring the music from the soundtrack of the film, front laminated flipback picture sleeve. The sleeve displays very little signs of wear, with the non-laminated back very clean, the labels also remain very clean with just a couple of light spindle marks, whilst the vinyl looks barely played.

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