Susan and the SurfTones | Fluid Drive

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Rock: Surf Rock Rock: 60's Rock Moods: Featuring Guitar
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Fluid Drive

by Susan and the SurfTones

Instrumentals, retro yet modern, rooted in surf and 1960's garage.
Genre: Rock: Surf Rock
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1. Fluid Drive
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2. I (Who Have Nothing)
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3. Bahama Breeze
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4. Come Together
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5. Question of the Night
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6. Free as the Wind
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7. Ramona Ritz
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8. Odinocki
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9. I Can't Stand It
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10. Tiki Kiki (live)
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11. Leopard Spots (live)
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12. Blue Moon (live)
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Album Notes
Yup...we're back with number eight. This one is a digital only release...yes, it's a brave new world and we've got too many boxes piled up in our apartment. We've got another bunch of unlikely covers for a surf band. "Come Together" will take you back through the looking glass to the late '60's. There's a connection between The Myddle Class ("Free as the Wind" and The Velvet Underground ("I Can't Stand It) you know what it is? Yes, Terry Knight and the Pack's "I (Who Have Nothing") was also covered by Tom Jones. Here's our live version of Rodgers and Hart's "Blue Moon". For originals we've got spy tunes ("Odinocki" and "Question of the Night", breezy surf ("Bahama Breeze"), a Bo Diddley-inspired tune named after our neighbor's cat ("Ramona Ritz") and one that, well, we don't know what it is but it'll make you smile("Fluid Drive"). There are also two very live originals ("Tiki Kiki" and "Leopard Spots") recorded along with "Blue Moon" in Phil Dirt's Pit at KFJC. These tracks feature the West Coast SurfTones. We hope you like 'em.
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