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    One of my all time favorite grooves.


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    Quote Originally Posted by tikited View Post
    No. It was a good song though, I remember that much.

    Any surf song is a good surf song.
    Man, I wish I could remember now. Probably wasn't The Trashmen. Sloop John B was a joke, BTW. Did I say Good Vibrations is the only good Beach Boys song?
    Jaws was never my scene, and I don't like Star Wars.

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    This is more for the album cover...

    Jaws was never my scene, and I don't like Star Wars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ignatius L Hoops View Post


    One of my all time favorite grooves.
    Damn! So good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nokomis View Post
    Man, I wish I could remember now. Probably wasn't The Trashmen. Sloop John B was a joke, BTW. Did I say Good Vibrations is the only good Beach Boys song?
    I never really have considered The Beach Boys as true surf music if that makes sense. They sang awesome pop songs that had to do with surfing. I think of surf music as in no singing and surf guitars/Dick Dale.
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    I remember this song from the movie The Eddie Duchin Story. Great stuff. This is not Tyrone Power playing, I think it's Carmen Cavallaro.

    Cool old showtune from the mid 50's.


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    As long as we're doing movies...

    "We May Never Love Like This Again," performed by Maureen McGovern, won the Oscar for best original song in 1974. Besides being a very pretty song, the lyrical content subtly foreshadows the death and loss to follow in the film. The scene opens with a cool tracking shot before focusing on the singer and band. According to Wikipedia, "Hollywood composer John Williams wrote the original music score for the film, and interpolated the tune of the song into the underscore of the movie."


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    An underrated song off Bob Dylan's best album 'Desire'.

    If at first you don’t succeed, then maybe you just suck. – Kenny Powers

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    Dance Crasher by Alton Ellis. Anything better than 1st wave Ska?

    If at first you don’t succeed, then maybe you just suck. – Kenny Powers

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    Velvet Underground: What Ges On

    If at first you don’t succeed, then maybe you just suck. – Kenny Powers

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    The Clash: White Man In Hammersmith Palais

    If at first you don’t succeed, then maybe you just suck. – Kenny Powers

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    The Clash: Spanish Bombs

    If at first you don’t succeed, then maybe you just suck. – Kenny Powers

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    Doo-Wop at it's best. Wow did the kid have pipes. Frankie Lymon & the Teenagers

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    The whole album is an amazing snapshot into English working class life, post WWII, but the title track Arthur is one of my favs.

    Kinks: Arthur

    If at first you don’t succeed, then maybe you just suck. – Kenny Powers

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    Not my favorite Kink's song, but quirky good & also off of Arthur. Feels like it kind of fits into Ted/Nokomis' surf music theme.

    If at first you don’t succeed, then maybe you just suck. – Kenny Powers

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