- Dick Dale & his Del-Tones – Let’s Go Trippin’
- Beloved Invaders Movie
- Marlow Stewart & The Illusions
Jon and the Nightriders – The Wedge
- The Beatles – Cayenne
- Los Siderals – Virgenes del Sol
- Bob Denver – Ho Daddy!
- Dick Dale & his Del-Tones – Spanish Kiss
- Dick Dale & his Del-Tones – Misirlou
- Glasgow Tiki Shakers – He Never Came Back
- The Beach Boys – Surfin’
- Kevin Strange – Lonely Surfer
- Los Belkings – La Playa
Los Termits – Juarez
- Meshugga Beach Party – Hava Nagila / Miserlou
- Southern Culture On The Skids – Meximelt
The Del-Reys – Paradise Lost
- The Renegades – Kahuna
- Sharon Marie – Summertime
Summer 1964 Vintage Home Movie
- The Astronauts – Firewater
The Atlantics – The Crusher
- The Boardwalkers – Vasquez Rocks Again
- The Surfites – Surfville
- The Rockers – Pipeline
Through Surfmusic101 this article by Drew Kampion came to my attention:
A few days ago, a friend told me she’d got the news that Dick Dale (King of the Surf Guitar) was in a serious fight with colon cancer, which had attacked him back in the 1960s and changed his life (he became a vegetarian, an environmental activist, and a man who lives in the moment). Dick retired from performing for a time, but got back into it during the 1980s. When Quentin Tarantino prominently featured DD’s famous “Misirlou” instrumental in his 1994 film, Pulp Fiction, Dick Dale was once again elevated into public consciousness.
article at Surfer’s Path
The Cowabunga Surf Music Webring (which my Homepage www.kawentzmann.de was a proud member of) is going to be closed down.
I have chosen not to renew web hosting and the domain registration for
Zptduda.Com, which will be effective at the end of January. This will mean that
the Cowabunga links pages will be going away. If you have not already, I highly
recommend that you join SurfGuitar101.com and add your site to their links pages.
I will also be closing down the Cowabunga webring. If your site is currently a
member of the Cowabunga ring, please feel free to remove the banner graphic and
web ring controls from your pages.
Thanks and best regards,
When I first started on the web I only had a tiny space at Luxuriamusic’s community. I attempted to join the Ring with that, but no reaction from Dave – it was around late 2000. The old web was still going strong. I don’t remember exactly when I attempted to join again, maybe it was only 2006. He accepted my new homepage – but checking the membersites was desillusionating, showing every forth band or so had gone/broken-up without even acknowldeging the webring. Clicking through the links you got the impression of strolling through a ghost town at times. While Surfmusic101 is alive and well, it’s a site with a lively forum. And MySpace also get’s a good share of surfmusic action. So the internet habits have changed so much that it doesn’t seem worth the effort on Dave’s part? I don’t know, maybe he just has not enough time to do the maintenance.
I will remove the Cowabunga links now.