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Ride The Wild Surf - Jan & Dean - Surf City (Vinyl, LP, Album)


1979
Label: GIP - 33.021 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Re-Recording • Country: Netherlands • Genre: Rock, Pop, Stage & Screen • Style: Surf, Rock & Roll, Soundtrack
Ride The Wild Surf - Jan & Dean - Surf City (Vinyl, LP, Album)

Ride the Wild Surf is one of the two best Jan & Dean albums along with Drag City. It's no accident that Jan got to produce both albums the way he wanted without much interference by Liberty, a label that only wanted product to move out fast and that didn't trust their artists' musical choices/5(13).

 · Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Ride the Wild Surf - Jan & Dean on AllMusic - - This album is fairly uneven, ranging from the /10(10).

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of "Surf City Greatest Hits" on Discogs.

Jan & Dean – Ride The Wild Surf - - Liberty LRP Vinyl LP G+/VG!!! $ $ previous price $ 35% off 35% off previous price $ 35% offEnd date: .

The sleeve displays very little signs of wear, with the non-laminated back very clean, the labels also remain very clean with just a couple of light spindle marks, whilst the vinyl looks barely Rating: % positive.


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Comments on 'Ride The Wild Surf - Jan & Dean - Surf City (Vinyl, LP, Album)' (3)

  1. Kagarg says:

    Front cover sub title - "Hits from Surf City U.S.A." Back cover notes "From Surf City, U.S.A., Los Angeles, California Dean Torrence & Jan Berry in "Ride The Wild Surf"" "The album features surfing and hot rod tracks from the period "/5(7).

  2. Faesar says:

    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of "Ride The Wild Surf" on Discogs.

  3. Nejinn says:

    Ride the Wild Surf itself was a dynamic and powerful surf song, one of the best in the whole genre from its exciting guitar opening to its final "Gotta take that one last ride." As a single it should have been much bigger than it was (it peaked at #16) since it was absolutely prime Jan & Dean and they were on a run of Top 10's since Surf City/5(13).

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