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  1. Ducage

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    Tell 'Em I'm Surfin' Lyrics: Hey, Mom, if any of the guys from my baseball team / Ever call me on the phone / To ask me to play in an important game / Just say their captain ain't at home / Tell.
  2. Ararn

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Ride The Wild Surf on Discogs. Label: Liberty - TOCP • Series: Rock名盤 Best & More • Format: CD Album • Country: Japan • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Surf5/5(1).
  3. Gakasa

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    This was probably an indication that the whole surf thing was pretty much over, rather than a comment on Jan & Dean. The Beach Boys left surf songs behind in '63 and Ride the Wild Surf would be the last surf hit (unless you want to count New York's a Lonely Town by the Tradewinds in early '65, but that was more of a novelty song).4/5(8).
  4. Goll

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    Aug 29,  · The studio group released several successful singles under the leadership of Sloan and Barri, most well-known for the more popular duo Jan & Dean. Under the name The Fantastic Baggys.
  5. Kazitaur

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    This CD features two Jan & Dean albums on one disc. Jan & Dean Take Linda Surfin' is a typical for the early-'60s album, featuring one hit, "Linda", surrounded by cover versions of other people's hits (for that matter, "Linda" is a cover version of a hit song from )/5(4).
  6. Kinris

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Ride The Wild Surf on Discogs.5/5(1).
  7. Arale

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    Jan 01,  · Hold On! by Herman's Hermits is the band's third album and was released in the United Kingdom by EMI/Columbia It is the soundtrack album to a film featuring Herman's Hermits and Shelley Fabares, Hold On!/5(3).
  8. Jusar

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  9. Shaktishura

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    Ride the Wild Surf, as an album, offers some folks a little more than they bargained for. This is not a % surf music album. But to those who are interested in the duo as people and musicians and not just commercial sell outs, this album gives the listener a taste of everything Jan & Dean had to offer.

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