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The Cruel Surf

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  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Phantoms - The Cruel Sea at Discogs. Complete your The Phantoms collection.
  2. Surf Instro 45 DAKOTAS The Cruel Surf/The Millionaire Liberty Promo HEAR Click image to enlarge. Description. Titles: See auction title Label: See label photo, original issue, promo, wol Grading: VG-, a little scuffy but plays fineEnd date: Jul 12,
  3. --"The Cruel Sea" re-named for US surf market a) LB b) LB Images Comments and Reviews: RecordDragon 10th Jul Interesting how the Ventures version of the A-side was recorded on the same (sister) label No. 96 Here's this A-side under its original title. BEATLEJOHN.
  4. The Cruel Sea is a song by The Dakotas. It made #18 on the UK Singles Chart. The song was written by Mike Maxfield, the Dakota's lead guitarist. Cover versions. The Ventures covered it as the B-side to Walk, Don't Run ' The Challengers on their album Go Sidewalk Surfing!. California Guitar Trio on their album Echoes.
  5. In addition to backing Kramer on his hits, the group itself is perhaps best known for their instrumental single called "The Cruel Sea", a composition of Maxfield that reached No in the UK charts in July The track was re-titled "The Cruel Surf" in the U.S., and .
  6. The Cruel Sea (band), an Australian indie rock band formed in the s "The Cruel Sea" (song), a s British hit guitar instrumental by The Dakotas; subsequently recorded by American group The Ventures as "The Cruel Surf" " Cruel Sea ", the third episode of the BBC series Walking with Dinosaurs.
  7. [opening lines as narrator] This is a story of the Battle of the Atlantic, the story of the ocean, two ships, and a handful of men. The men are the heroes; the heoines the ships. The only villain is the sea, the cruel sea that man has made more cruel.
  8. The Ventures was a prominent American surf rock band. The group created several well-known hit songs of the 60s, including “Hawaii Five-O" and "Walk Don’t Run”, and it was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Its key members were Bob Bogle (guitar, bass; born January 16, , died June 14, ), Nokie Edwards (guitar, bass; born May 9, , died March 12, ), Gerry.

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