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Let's Go Trippin'


  • 1. Let's Go Trippin' - Milt Rogers
    2. Surfer Joe - The Surfaris
    3. Wipe Out - The Surfaris
    4. Three Surfer Boys - Gary Usher
    5. Boss - The Rumblers
    6. Move It - The Chantays
    7. Pipeline - The Chantays
    8. Little Stick Nomad - The Competitors
    9. Samoa - Beachcombers
    10. Beach Girl - Pat Boone
    11. Boss Strikes Back - The Rumblers
    12. Ballad of Bonneville - Don Brandon
    13. Monsoon - The Chantays
    14. 409 - The Competitors
    15. You Can't Sit Down - The Surfaris (The Challengers)
    16. Little Honda - Pat Boone
    17. It's a Gas - The Rumblers
    18. Beyond - The Chantays
    19. Power Shift - The Competitors
    20. Linda's Tune - The Rancheros
    21. Green Onions - The Surfaris (The Challengers)
    22. Space Probe - The Chantays
    23. Little Deuce Coupe - The Competitors
    24. Bugged - The Rumblers
    25. Angry Sea (Waimea) - The Rumblers
    26. Milky Way - Gary Usher
    27. Surfer's Stomp - Vaughn Monroe
    28. Maybe Baby - The Chantays
    29. Chicago Green - The Surfaris
    30. Showbiz - The Surfaris
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 630

  • Credits
    Producer
    Engineer

    Performers include: Pat Boone, The Surfaris, The Chantays, Donn Brandon.
    Liner Note Author: Rob Burt.
    Thirty surf and hot rod tracks that were released on or distributed by the Dot label in the 1960s; a couple (the Surfaris' "Wipe Out" and the Chantays' "Pipeline") were huge hits, but most of the rest were virtually unknown. It's a grab bag of a set, with further tracks by the Surfaris (a rare 1966 single) and the Chantays, the minor national hit "Boss" by the Rumblers, a strange 1964 minor hit by Pat Boone that found him imitating the Beach Boys with reasonable accuracy ("Beach Girl"), and collector's items by the likes of Don Brandon and Milt Rogers. It's not bad, but the best tracks are available on better surf or single-artist compilations. On the whole it's average surf music, with occasional ear-openers like the Chantays' spooky "Space Probe" or the the Rancheros' darkly powerful "Linda's Tune." ~ Richie Unterberger

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