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Wipe Out
The Surfaris
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1Wipe Out
Written-By – Ron Wilson
2Surfer Joe
Written-By – The Surfaris


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
11, 12The Surfaris Surfer Joe / Wipe-Out ‎(7", Single)D F S, D F S11, 12US1963
D-335The Surfaris Wipe Out / Surfer Joe ‎(7", Single)Dot RecordsD-335Norway1963
45-144The Surfaris Wipe Out / Surfer Joe ‎(7", RE)Dot Records45-144US1966
DGT 023XThe Surfaris Wipeout/Surfer Joe ‎(7", Single, RE)Dot RecordsDGT 023XCanadaUnknown
1022-2703The Surfaris Wipe Out ‎(7")ABC Golden Oldies1022-2703CanadaUnknown



Wipe Out is the debut studio album by The Surfaris, released in 1963. It contains their best known song Wipe Out. Wipe Out 2:12 - Bob Berryhill, Pat Connolly, Jim Fuller, Ron Wilson. Wiggle Wobble 2:40 - Les Cooper. Torquay 2:27 - George Tomsco. You Can't Sit Down 4:15 - Dee Clark, Kal Mann, Cornell Muldrow. Green Onions 2:45 - Booker T. Jones, Steve Cropper, Lewie Steinberg, Al Jackson, Jr. Tequila 2:05 - Joe Johnson. Wild Weekend 2:33 - Tom Shannon, Phil Todaro. Wipe Out - The Surfaris. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. The Complete Compendium Anthology plus Bonus Volume of One Hit Wonders. Surf Spectacular. The Surfaris. Wipe Out is a tune written by Bob Berryhill, Pat Connolly, Jim Fuller and Ron Wilson. The tune was first performed and recorded by The Surfaris, who were elevated to international status with the release of the Surfer Joe and Wipe Out single. The tune also featured in the films Surf's Up and Dirty Dancing. The term 'wipeout' refers to a fall from a surfboard, especially one that looks painful. Bob Berryhill, Pat Connolly, Jim Fuller and Ron Wilson wrote the tune almost on the spot as a suitable B-side was needed for the intended &qu read. Wiping out wipe out Wiping out wipe out Wah wah wah Wiping out wipe out. nation When we get through we needed a vacation We wanted to party and get a little rest So we packed our things and headed out west We got our surfboards took the beach ball out Jumped in a limousine ready to wipe out Now were ready to go Here we go here we go One one two one two one two. hit it D Here we go We got to California I said headed for the beach There were girls galore all within our reach There was sand and sun and lots of fun But when we get there the fun really begun So we cut on the box and started to shout It was the Beach Boys rocking huh huh the Wipe Out. wipeout by the queers from the album acid beaters and the film surf's up original version is called wipe out by the surfaris download. Wipe Out charted again in 1966 when it was re-released, this time hitting 16. It was released again in 1970, but didn't chart. The story of The Surfaris is a little sticky, and there's some dispute over who played on their album and who owns the publishing rights. Apparently, Wipe Out and Surfer Joe are the only songs The Surfaris actually played on the album Wipe Out. The others were performed by another surf-rock group called The Challengers. Over the years, The Surfaris occasionally reformed, and even re-recorded Wipe Out for a K-Te. Wipe Out. Released 1963. Wipe Out Tracklist. Wipe Out Lyrics. Surfer Joe Lyrics. About Wipe Out. Wipe Out Q&A. Album 2005 10 Songs. Wipe Out is probably the definitive surf rock instrumental. Comparable with such classics of the period such as Dick Dale's Let's Go Trippin', the Champs' Tequila, and Bill Doggett's Honkey Tonk, the track leads you right into the period and, as an added plus, defies you not to dance. The full-length album Wipe Out is almost as good. Wipe Out is a surf rock instrumental composed by Bob Berryhill, Pat Connolly, Jim Fuller and Ron Wilson. It is a twelve-bar blues first performed and recorded by The Surfaris, who became known worldwide with the release of the Surfer Joe and Wipe Out single in 1963, at the same time of the Hanky Panky song by The Raindrops. The single was first issued on the tiny DFS label 1112 in January 1963. It was reissued on the tiny Princess label 50 in February 1963, and finally picked up for