Dick Dale And His Del-Tones - Surfers' Choice mp3 flac
- Album: Surfers' Choice
- MP3: 1539 mb | FLAC: 1429 mb
- Released: 1962
- Style: Surf
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 359
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1. –Dick Dale and His Del-Tones. Written By – D. Dale. 2. Sloop John B. Written By – L. Mays, C. Sandberg. 3. Take It Off. 4. Night Owl. Written By – T. Allen. 5. Fanny Mae. Written By – B. Brown. 6. Russell, F. Wise, N. Rubanis, M. Leeds. 7. Peppermint Man. Written By – A. Willis.
Surfers’ Choice is the debut album of Dick Dale and his Del-Tones, pioneers in the surf genre. It was released in 1962. The recording established the conventions of surf music and brought the concept to middle America. The album was mostly recorded live at the Rendezvous Ballroom, with overdubs added in the studio. The record was out of print for a long time but was reissued on CD by Sundazed Records in October 2006. All tracks composed by Dick Dale; except where indicated.
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Surfers' Choice by Dick Dale & His Del-Tones, released 17 October 2006 1. Surf Beat 2. Sloop John B 3. Take It Off 4. Night Owl 5. Fanny Mae 6. Misirlou Twist 7. Peppermint Man 8. Surfing Drums 9. Shake 'N' Stomp 10. Lovey Dovey 11. Death Of A Gremmie 12. Let's Go Trippin' 13. Del-Tone Rock 1. On his debut album, Dick Dale managed to capture on tape the ferocious surf sound he was creating for over-the-top audiences at the Rendezvous Ballroom. None of them could match the intensity and directness of Dick’s approach to the instrument.
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Dick Dale, Dick Dale & His Del-Tones. Very few early rock & roll albums were true groundbreakers, but this is one: not only did it single-handedly establish the surf music genre (and Dick Dale's hegemony over it), but also sold the entire concept to mass America, where surfing in landlocked regions was only a state of mind.
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