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Surf City - The Beach Boys - Jan & Dean - The Beach Boys and Jan and Dean (CD)

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  1. Cool surfer stuff from Jan and Dean and the Beach Boys, and rare stuff like Heart and Soul (J&D) and What is a Young Girl Made Of (mostly a young man's dreams). The sound quality isn't the best and they actually fade the songs out before they're finished (God only knows why), but you still have your hand on some rare songs, and that's why you /5(3).
  2. "Surf City" is a song written by Brian Wilson and Jan Berry about a fictitious surf spot where there are "two girls for every boy." It was first recorded and made popular by the American duo Jan and Dean in , and their single became the first surf song to become a national number-one hit.. In , after moving to Huntington Beach, California, Dean Torrence helped convince elected.
  3. In short, this disc is a remarkable document between the two groups decades-long friendship - a musical combination which benefitted both bands - from Brian Wilson, Jan & Dean got many of their most popular hits, while Brian adopted Jan & Dean's use of session players to augment the Beach Boys studio work, and also, to a degree, borrowed the duo's sound to build upon.
  4. Sep 27,  · Surf City is the story of Jan & Dean’s rise to stardom told through the eyes of Dean Torrence. After meeting on their high school football team, the two quickly discovered their mutual love of singing. From harmonizing in the locker rooms, they soon went on to dominate the charts/5(90).
  5. Nov 20,  · It was also a smash, but it wasn't until , with the release of the Four Seasons-inspired "Linda," that the Jan and Dean sound began to take shape. After meeting the Beach Boys on the L.A. scene, Jan befriended leader Brian Wilson, and the two began work on what would become "Surf City.".
  6. The Surf City Allstars were formed in the early 80's to back up Jan and Dean. Each member of the band has had a long career in surf and beach music. The Allstars are rounded out with Gary Griffin on keyboards, David Logeman on drums, Don Raymond on guitar, plus Philip Bardowell on bass and vocals, and Matt Jardine on vocals and percussion.
  7. Label: Long Island Music Co. Ltd. - MCGAL • Format: Cassette Compilation • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Surf Jan & Dean, The Beach Boys - Surfin' - Ride The Wild Surf .
  8. The Beach Boys met Jan & Dean in the summer of when both groups played at a teen hop. That fall, The Beach Boys served as Jan & Dean's backing group on a few live dates for the duo. As detailed in the DVD Brian Wilson Songwriter - , in Jan & Dean would record in a nearby studio, and Jan Berry struck up a friendship with Wilson.
  9. Walked out of a recording session with Jan in during an argument, and learned The Beach Boys were working on their "Beach Boys' Party" album at the same studios, so he joined their session. When the Beach Boys were stuck for another song to record, he suggested The Regents' "Barbara Ann" - which became the hit single from the album.
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