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Finally after a loooong break we're back with a brand spankin' new surf music podcast. This episode features songs from albums that have been released in this year 2011. It's been a stellar year for surf music releases as this podcast will prove. There have been so many albums released that we're going to finish the list with the next podcast. Also on this episode is an interview with Don Wilson and Bob Spalding of The Ventures. This interview was conducted earlier this year by Rich Derksen aka Pappa Surf - Thanks Rich!
Mana Pacifica – Tikiyaki Orch.
Talkin’ to the Trees – The Reefriders
Taken By the Sea – Voodoo Court
Tarnation Station – Terry Buffalo Ware
Belair – The Falcons
Theme to Mondo Cacti – Reverb Syndicate
Watching the Blood in the Bullseye –The Razorblades
Backwash – North of Malibu
Demonica – The Bahareebas
No Free Fez – Chum
Order of the Black Sun - The Mystery Men
The Ride of May Gray - Jaguar and the Savanas
Blue Avalanche – The Take Offs
Berlin Alexanderplatz – El Supernaut
Lava Tube – Lava Pups
Shleppin’ and Kvetchin’ – Meshugga Beach Party
Suppose The Doomsday Cults Were Right – Kill Baby Kill
Spooky – The Coffin Daggers
Beyond the Surf – Space Party
The Martyr – The Secret Samurai
Gooch in Space – The Deadbeats
Mobius Transformation – The TomorrowMen
The Whirling Dervish – The Aqualads
Staccatto Lane – The Sand Devils
Subway Surfin' – Terry Buffalo Ware
Background music are several songs from the new Tikiyaki Orchestra album Aloha Baby!
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