Broome’s Pigram Brothers may not be surfers but their “saltwater country” interpretation of Richard Clapton’s “Blue Bay Blues” is extraordinary.
One of the stand-out performances of “Delightful Rain: A celebration of Australian surf music” CD/DVD project.
Two other “Delightful Rain” tracks have also been included – “Freshwater” by Pete Howe and Tim Gaze and “Surfside” by Les Green of The Denvermen. (The original version of “Surfside” topped the charts back in the early sixties.)
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The illustrated encyclopedia of Australian surf music, by surf music historian and guru Stephen McParland
“This is an awesome piece of work – the 50 year history of Australian surf music – by a totally delightful but crazy guy. You owe it to him to have a look at this book.”
David Minear, Bombora’s Big Kahuna.
“Anything you want to know about Australian surf music – no, make that anything there is to know about Australian surf music – can be found within the plentiful pages of this quite amazing digital encyclopaedia.”
Pacific Longboarder Magazine