Surf/Instro bands filmed in North Carolina (ok, pretty much the Research Triangle area - Raleigh / Durham / Chapel Hill).
U.K. Guitarist Curt Davis
Filmed at Eastville Bristol
Full-length documentary explores the roots and branches of the SoCal surf music scene from 1961 to the present. Narrated by Paul Johnson, featuring interviews with and concert footage of first, second and third-wave surf artists. Includes "The Art of Surf Drumming", 75 minutes of tips and lessons from four great drummers, including the incomparable Dusty Watson.
Ronnie & His TwanginÂ´Little Fellow -Psyctronic Countdown-
Greetz from up north. Not so much plate echo, but the spirit´s there.. ;)
Lads from 13 to 20 yrs. Drummer 13..
Sound of the Surf is the feature documentary that tells the true story of Surf Music. Co-developed with musician and author John Blair, Director Thomas Duncan spent over three years researching and filming around the world. The doc explores the early 60's when venues like The Rendezvous Ballroom, Harmony Park Ballroom, Revelaire Club and the Retail Clerkâs Hall dominated the Southern California music scene . But it didn't stop there. Blair goes beyond the rumored demise of Surf, to the late 70's when his band "Jon and the Nightriders" re-ignited the Surf phenom in the middle of a LA punk scene. He winds it up currently as that scene has spread across the globe and now thousands of bands come from nearly every nation. Live performances are included by today's best bands who show the diversity and innovation that Surf Music continues to experience. Bands appearing in the film include The Eliminators, Surfaris, Slacktone, The Madeira, Surfcoasters, Meshugga Beach Party, The Bitch Boys, The Barbwires, Wadadli Riders, Los Straightjackets and more.
The Sex Pistols meets the Sufaris meets Looneytunes. I tried to be as faithful to all 3 as possible. My first attempt at surf bugle. There would have been a kazoo solo but I couldn't find my good kazoo dammit.
A song by the great Dutch band The Apemen drives this normal kind of guy into a destructive slam dancing frenzy.