OCtober 22, 2005 - One of the best surf music events ever, a tribute to DJ Phil Dirt on the event of his retirement. What an incredible night. so many great memories!
31 days ago
Where's the surf music on fiberglass Jungle radio show lately?
31 days ago
Slowly loosing my mind over the mixing of the new record...
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just reset all the clocks.
24 days ago
electric beach party starts in 20 minutes streaming on radiohattera...
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REST CLOCKS why?
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Because they are always working, no breaks, they need a rest.
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I am pleased to announce the SurfGuitar101 2006 MP3 Compilation. Just like last year, this is a way for all members to share music, recording tips, and to just have fun. The main emphasis is fun, so please send in an entry no matter what your skill level is.
Here are the rules:
I have created an Official 2006 MP3 Comp Forum Thread. Please use that thread to discuss the compilation and to get information on how to submit an mp3.
Please use that thread if you'd like to find a fellow member to work with on the project. With the magic of digital recording and the internet, remote collaborations are possible. Make your own virtual surf band!
Let the comp begin!
As Eddie Katcher has pointed out, today is Leo Fender's birthday! He would have been 97!
From Wikipedia: "Clarence Leonidas Fender (August 10, 1909 - March 21, 1991) was an American luthier who founded Fender Electric Instrument Manufacturing Company, now known as Fender Musical Instruments Corporation, and later founded G&L Musical Products (G&L Guitars). His guitar, bass, and amplifier designs from the 1950s continue to dominate popular music more than half a century later. Marshall and many other amplifier companies have used Fender amps as the foundation of their products. Fender and inventor Les Paul are often cited as the two most influential figures in the development of electric instruments in the 20th century."
Read more here.
Here is a Free Information Society biography of Fender.
And let's not forget the 60's surf bands who were early adopters of Fender gear. It has been said that it was the surf bands who cemented the popularity of "The Fender Bass" as a viable electric instrument.
Happy Birthday Leo Fender!
Just received from the Ghastly Ones email list
BLAST OFF to HORROR!!!!
TARGET: DRACULON, our brand spanking new CD is now available!!!
Go to our MERCH page at www.ghastlyones.com.
Featuring 19 tracks of reverb-drenched, fuzz fueled terror for your spook-a-phonic listening pleasure. We even have a couple of garage-shakinÃ¢â¬â¢ vocals to keep your hips twistinÃ¢â¬â¢ and your neck snappinÃ¢â¬â¢. Here are the tracksÃ¢â¬Â¦