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Surfs Up - David Kikoski Trio - Surfs Up (CD)

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  1. Faem says:
    SURF'S UP! is the second studio album from David Thomas and two pale boys but it's the group's fourth release overall. Mirror Man (), a live recording featuring the group expanded into David Thomas and The Pale Orchestra, was praised widely and enthusiastically. Mojo called it a "tour de force.".
  2. Nagar says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Surfs Up! on Discogs. Label: Going For A Song - GFS • Format: CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Rock, Pop • Style: Surf Surfs Up!/5(3).
  3. Samulabar says:
    Find album credit information for Surf's Up - David Kikoski Trio on AllMusic.
  4. Bajora says:
    For his fourth Criss Cross album, Kikoski leads a powerhouse trio with bassist James Genus & master drummer Jeff "Tain" Watts. This is easily Kikoski's best album to date, giving him space to romp through a diverse set of tunes, covering everything from Brazilian sambas to pop masterpieces by Frank Zappa & Brian Wilson.5/5(1).
  5. Maugal says:
    Surf's Up () SoundTracks on IMDb: Memorable quotes and exchanges from movies, TV series and more.
  6. Gardasida says:
    David Thomas and two pale boys Surf's Up! Produced by David Thomas Out Of Print. Surf's Up! Links US Reviews • UK Reviews • FAQ • The Wilson-Shute Bridge Surf's Up! Release Notes Pere Ubu singer David Thomas and his wild guitar and trumpet splinter group, two pale boys, generate strange, beautiful new shapes, rolling stories and sonic panoramas out of spontaneous deconstructions.
  7. Gogal says:
    Oct 18,  · Released: June 5, (Digital), August 28, (CD) Surf's Up Soundtrack Tracklist 1 Reggae Got Soul - 2 Drive - Incubus 3 Stand Tall (Album Version) - Dirty Heads.
  8. Tautaur says:
    The Surf Trio recorded and played mostly original material; instrumental surf, 60's garage, pop-punk and Ramones influenced punk rock. The band, along with The Miracle Workers and Dead Moon from Portland, Girl Trouble from Tacoma, and The Mono Men from Bellingham, were a part of the Pacific Northwest's 60s-influenced, garage rock music scene.

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