These stock music tracks are associated with the California beach and surfer movies of the early 1960s as well as the Dick Dale surf guitar style of playing (The song Wipe Out is perhaps the most famous and a good example of a surf rock track). Surf rock was generally all-instrumental with electric guitars as lead voice. It's good time music.
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|Surfs Up||Keywords: Wild, Boogie, Party, Good Times||
|Wild Ones||Wild Ones is a kitschy send-up of 1960s beach party movies, surf music, and bikers with leather jackets. This surf guitar music style (invented by Dick Dale) was popularized in films like Quentin Tarentino's Pulp Fiction. [...||
|Twistin'||Twistin' is upbeat, energetic, straight-ahead rockand roll. The tempo is fast with guitar, organ and sax taking turns with the melody. This song is in the style of the great Twist records by Chubby Checker.||
|Surfin' Turf||Makes a great retro detective or secret agent TV theme. Surfin' Turf is written in the surf rock style of the old teenage beach party movies. The mood is serious, there is a sense of danger and apprehension about the track -...||
|Surf City||Keywords: Good Times, Easy Living, Happy||