Or browse results titled :. In the early '60s, Dick Dale was worshipped by Southern California youth culture as the founding father of surf music as well as its next-of-kin, hot-rod rock. Dale was a fretboard whiz whose heavily-reverbed Fender guitar and frenzied, string-busting attack created a sound that would forever define surf music.
Eliminator is the fourth studio album of surf music by surf pioneer Dick Dale and his Del-Tonesreleased in as somewhat of a follow-up to the previous album Checkered Flag. This album consists mostly of hot-rod or racing themes, whether simply in the names, or in the slight alteration of beats and accompaniment as well, as was seen in the Checkered Flag album. Dale is widely known and famous for incorporating heavy middle-eastern influence into his recordings, and some may argue that "The Victor", a track on the album, as being probably the heaviest in influence.
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In the many years that the Ford Mustang has been on the road, it has touched the lives of countless owners and enthusiasts. As such, several songs have been written about the Mustang. Although some people might think of Mustang music as the purr of their exhaust as they make their way down the highway, others take a different approach.
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You may not know the name of the song. But as soon as the opening notes play, young or old, you know the song. Ever wonder what that one song in Pulp Fiction was?