Friday, October 16, 2009

The Surfmen - The Ghost Hop



What is Halloween without some Ghosts???

Just a little kooky, (some-what) spooky and groovy surf instrumental here to get your weekend started!

The Surfmen consisted of Ray Hunt (lead), Nick Drury (rhythm), Armon Frank (sax), Randall Anglin (bs) & Tim Fitzpatrick (dms). After replacing Drury, Anglin, and Frank with Ed Chiaverini, Ron Griffith, and Joel Willenbring, they changed their name to the Lively Ones in 1962.

I know this is a quick one, but you don't need no slack jawin' from me on this one. Just dig in... Sand and Spooks, oh my!

The Surfmen - The Ghost Hop

8 comments:

Tohoscope said...

A nice surf guitar groove.

Thanks!

RecordCollector said...

Nice and tasty one, keep up the great stuff!!!

prof. grewbeard said...

thanx!

Benjamin Hammond said...

boss song. how is the flipside?

Delinquent said...

Super great one, thanks for posting!! As always I'm loving your spooky theme for Halloween.

Benjamin Hammond said...

do you happen to know what the flip side of this record is?

Devil Dick said...

paradise cove is the flip bit that didn't quite fit in with the halloween theme....

Benjamin Hammond said...

i just found that i have paradise cove. i think the same band did a song called 'casanova' that turned up on one of the surfer's mood comps.