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on Sat Apr 07, 2018 12:07 am
Let us surf right into a topic we had on the old board posting the classic tracks we had there and some new ones to boot. What is better that to start off with these wonderful surf guitar classics from the 1960`s.

Track: 'Pipeline'---The Chantays



Track: 'Walk Don`t Run'---The Ventures



Track: 'Miserlou'---Dick Dale



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on Sat Apr 07, 2018 10:48 am
CherokeeRose wrote:Let us surf right into a topic we had on the old board posting the classic tracks we had there and some new ones to boot. What is better that to start off with these wonderful surf guitar classics from the 1960`s.

Track: 'Pipeline'---The Chantays
Track: 'Walk Don`t Run'---The Ventures
Track: 'Miserlou'---Dick Dale

Good call, Ms Mod. Instrumentally Speaking Smile

This is the track I identified after 40 odd years (some of them very odd). Called "The Kid",
it's by Belgian organist André Brasseur. There's a big mix-up on YouTube and elsewhere
owing to the fact that the labels of "The Kid" and and other side, "Holiday", got switched...




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on Sat Apr 07, 2018 1:31 pm
I was reminded of this track while watching an episode of The X-Files when there were bits of it during a dance sequence with zombies.

Track: 'Cast Your Fate To The Wind'---Sounds Orchestra


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on Sun Apr 08, 2018 1:25 pm
CherokeeRose wrote:I was reminded of this track while watching an episode of The X-Files when there were bits of it during a dance sequence with zombies.

Track: 'Cast Your Fate To The Wind'---Sounds Orchestra

Nice track. The 1963 original by the Vince Guaraldi Trio is also worth a listen...

I`ve heard the original. It didn`t really do all that much for me.

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on Tue Jul 17, 2018 10:41 pm
Track: 'Love Is Blue'---Paul Mauriat

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on Sun May 26, 2019 2:08 pm
Love the spaghetti western feel of this track.

'On Interstate 15'---Wall of Voodoo



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on Wed Jun 05, 2019 8:42 pm
That nice Mr. Tubey served me up this juicy morsel the other night. I've always been intrigued by Frank Zappa's "Dupree's Paradise" since hearing a snippet of it years ago on an intelligent Dutch music programme. Frank has a great little band to play it, the same lineup as on Over-Nite Sensation. It might even be the best band he had up till then. Cool solos from Jean-Luc Ponty on electric violin (the high point of the performance), Bruce Fowler on trombone and FZ himself. But I'm most fascinated by percussionist Ruth Underwood, although she doesn't have a lot to do on this track.


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