The Lively Ones - Surfer Boogie flac album
Title: Surfer Boogie
Style: Surf, Instrumental
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Band Name The Lively Ones. Album Name Surf City. Data de lançamento 1963. Labels Del-Fi Records. Estilo de MúsicaSurf Rock. Membros têm este álbum0.
Surf music emerged in the late 1950s as instrumental rock and roll music, almost always in straight 4/4 (or common) time, with a medium to fast tempo. The sound was dominated by electric guitars which were particularly characterized by the extensive use of the "wet" spring reverb that was incorporated into Fender amplifiers from 1961, which is thought to emulate the sound of the waves. The outboard separate Fender Reverb Unit that was developed by Fender in 1961 (as opposed to reverb that was incorporated as a built-in. Some popular songs also incorporated a tenor or baritone saxophone, as on The Lively Ones' "Surf Rider" (1963) and The Revels' "Comanche" (1961) History. The 1932 Ford that appeared on the cover to the Beach Boys' album, Little Deuce Coupe (1963).
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Written-By – The Lively Ones
Written-By – G. Tomsco*
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