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More Lost Legends Of Surf Guitar (180 gram pressing)

LP (Item 627260) Sundazed, Early 60s — Condition: New Copy
2LP Gatefold
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More Lost Legends Of Surf Guitar put together by Sundazed – absolutely killer tunes from the crème of the underground crop! These are the inventors and originators of the seedy surf garage sound – including The Trashmen, The Belairs, Jan Davis, The Gladiators, The Avengers VI and many more. All the hallmark elements of classic surf are here in full force – the reverb guitar sound, heavy sax, shouted vocals and the all around rumbling vibe. Sundazed gives it the reverent treatment these tunes deserve, but it's still presented in a fun, unfussy way. Incredible! 28 tracks on 2LPs – including a few previously unissued tunes – and it's all in the original mono mixes. Includes "Time Bomb" by The Avengers VI, "Surfbuster" by Jan Davis, "Volcanic Action" by The Belairs, "The Hearse" by Al Casey, "(They Call The Wind) Maria" by PJ And Artie, "Surfbeat" by The Surfriders, "Istambul" by The Gladiators, "Moon Race" by The Citations, "Strange Fever" by Thom Starr And The Galaxies, "The Truant" by The Truants, "Raw-Hide" by The Pastels.  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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