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The Endless Summer II
Gary Hoey Homepage
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Catalog Number: 9 45615-2
Gary Hoey guitars|
Tony Franklin bass
Gregg Bissonette drums
|1. ||Riptide |
|2. ||Blast |
|3. ||Sweet Water |
|4. ||Low Rider |
|5. ||Walkin' the Nose |
|6. ||Drive |
|7. ||La Rosa Negra |
|8. ||Linus and Lucy |
|9. ||Surfdoggin' |
|10. ||Pipe |
|11. ||Shake and Stomp (Part II) |
|12. ||Theme from the Endless Summer |
|13. ||Escape |
|14. ||The Deep |
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Existing comments about this CD
||Date: January 10, 2003 at 15:10|
|"Shake and Stomp (part II) was performed by Dick Dale.
||Date: October 25, 2003 at 23:57|
|When you're ready to listen to the music and not have to wade thru typical "rock" lyrics, Gary is one of the best. I've listened to many others; Paul Gilbert, Tony Macalpine, Yngwie Malmsteen, etc., and I keep coming back to Hoey. This album represents a very diverse list of tunes. Of course we have the covers which you may either enjoy or disdain, though I believe 'Low Rider' is well done, but the originals are mostly great. Serves as an appropriate backdrop for the surfing culture.
|From: Metal T
||Date: June 30, 2008 at 17:43|
|Heard the soundtrack long before i ever even saw the flick.Thanks to Gary and his fiddle and "an adult beverage" i was able to get through it.Love the acoustic version of "Drive". ----
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