Little Girl (You're My Miss America). 409. B1. –The Beach Boys. Heads You Win - Tails I Lose. C1. –Dick Dale & His Del-Tones.
Dick Dale & His Del-Tones. Johnny & The Hurricanes. Jan & Dean - Baggy Pants 02:21. The Lively Ones - Crying Guitar (aka Surfer’s Lament) 02:37. The Bel Airs - Mr. Moto 02:08. Johnny & The Hurricanes - High Voltage 02:23. Barbara Adkins, The Revels - Church Key 02:03. Ralph Nielsen, Ralph Nielsen & The Chancellors - Scream 01:57.
The Beach Boys - Heads You Win, Tails I Lose. The Beach Boys - Little Girl (You're My Miss America).
Surfin' Safari - The Beach Boys. 2. Ride The Wild Surf - Jan & Dean. 3. Wipe Out - The Surfaris. 4. Pipeline - Chantay's. 5. Miserlou - Dick Dale & His Del-Tones. 6. Surfin' Bird - The Trashmen. 7. Out Of Limits - The Marketts. 8. Surf Rider - The Lively Ones. 9. Surf City - Jan & Dean. 11. Penetration - The Pyramids. 12. Let's Go Trippin' - Dick Dale & His Del-Tones. 13. Surfer Joe - The Surfaris. 14. Mr. Moto - The Belairs.
His regional hit "Let's Go Trippin'" (1961) launched the surf music craze, inspiring many others to take up the approach. The genre reached national exposure when it was represented by vocal groups such as the Beach Boys and Jan and Dean. Dale is quoted on such groups: "They were surfing sounds surfing lyrics. In other words, the music wasn't surfing music. In Matt Warshaw's The Encyclopedia of Surfing, he notes: "Surf music is divided into two categories: the pulsating, reverb-heavy, 'wet'- sounding instrumental form exemplified by guitarist Dick Dale, and the smooth-voiced, multitracked harmonized vocal style invented by the Beach Boys. Purists argue that surf music is by definition instrumental.
The Beach Boys, Surfin’ . If everybody had an ocean. The opening line to the ultimate surf song captures beautifully the appeal and liberation that surf culture offered our 20 landlocked states, while handing over surfing bragging rights to the 30 that do have an ocean. Dick Dale and his Del-Tones, King of the Surf Guitar (vocal version) (1963). More than any other musician, Dick Dale defined the surf-music sound. But when Duane Eddy, the Ventures and the Surfaris all started encroaching on his surfin’ turf, Mr. Misirlou had no choice but to stake his claim as King of the Surf Guitar in song. While Dale let his string bending do the talking for him (and invents San Francisco acid-rock guitar in the process), it’s left to Darlene Love and the Blossoms to state emphatically who the King of the Surf Guitar actually is.
|1||–The Beach Boys||Surfin' Safari|
|2||–The Beach Boys||County Fair|
|3||–The Beach Boys||Ten Little Indians|
|4||–The Beach Boys||Chug-A-Lug|
|5||–The Beach Boys||Little Girl (You're My Miss America)|
|6||–The Beach Boys||409|
|7||–The Beach Boys||Surfin'|
|8||–The Beach Boys||Heads You Win - Tails I Lose|
|9||–The Beach Boys||Summertime Blues|
|10||–The Beach Boys||Cuckoo Clock|
|11||–The Beach Boys||Moon Dawg|
|12||–The Beach Boys||The Shift|
|13||–The Beach Boys||Luau|
|14||–Dick Dale & His Del-Tones||Surf Beat|
|15||–Ray Vernon||Hold It|
|16||–The Ventures||The 2,000 Pound Bee|
|17||–The Ramrods||Ghost Riders In The Sky
Written-By – Jones*
|18||–Jan & Dean||Baggy Pants|
|19||–The Lively Ones||Crying Guitar (AKA Surfer's Lament)|
|20||–The Bel Airs*||Mr. Moto|
|22||–Johnny And The Hurricanes||High Voltage|
|23||–Bruce Johnston||Do The Surfer Stomp Pt. 1 & 2|
|24||–Barbara Adkins||Chruch Key|
|26712||The Beach Boys, Dick Dale & His Del-Tones, Jan & Dean||The Beach Boys, Dick Dale & His Del-Tones, Jan & Dean - The Beach Boys & The Rise of The Surf Movement (CD, Comp)||Delta Leisure Group Ltd.||26712||Europe||2014|
|DELP3001||The Beach Boys, Dick Dale & His Del-Tones, Jan & Dean||The Beach Boys, Dick Dale & His Del-Tones, Jan & Dean - The Beach Boys & The Rise of The Surf Movement (LP, Comp, + )||Delta Music GMBH||DELP3001||UK||2015|