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Artist: Gary Hoey

Title: The Endless Summer II

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Category: Instrumental

Year: 1994

Label: Reprise

Catalog Number: 9 45615-2

Personnel

Gary Hoey guitars
Tony Franklin bass
Gregg Bissonette drums

Tracks

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

From: TIM Date: January 10, 2003 at 15:10
"Shake and Stomp (part II) was performed by Dick Dale.

From: ashman 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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