Dick Dale - Surfing Drums

Dick Dale - Surfing Drums Surfers's Choice (1962)

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Colbs Engert
Colbs Engert - 6 years ago
Dick Dale is a cool cat
Misaka Mikoto
Misaka Mikoto - 6 years ago
this one sound like SRV.
Ruben Bruggeman
Ruben Bruggeman - 6 years ago
The best Vinyl LP I've ever bought
Vitor_ Ômega
Vitor_ Ômega - 6 years ago
Mr.Brownstone?
aurora d'arienzo
aurora d'arienzo - 6 years ago
<3
pietro aligi Schiavi
pietro aligi Schiavi - 7 years ago
Rememeber, 1962!!!!! Absolutely guitar avant-garde....a great Dick Dale with the original Daltones!!!
Alejandro Jiménez Acevedo
Alejandro Jiménez Acevedo - 7 years ago
TRVE BLACK METAL!!! \M/
Marco Di Caprio
Marco Di Caprio - 7 years ago
Really impressive... It was 1962 but his music could have been of ten years later
Marco Di Caprio
Marco Di Caprio - 7 years ago
Too much ahead of his time!

10. comment for Dick Dale - Surfing Drums

Murdering Media
Murdering Media - 7 years ago
Anyone know those lyrics at the end, thanks in advance
Hulsensack
Hulsensack - 7 years ago
"Hey little mama now don't you cry, mama's going downtown now to die. Hey little baby don't say a word, mama's gonna whip you 'bout something you heard."
e james
e james - 7 years ago
reverb was not offered on fender amps until 1963.....................
optimat prime
optimat prime - 7 years ago
unpara sound! great.
JudeJaded15
JudeJaded15 - 7 years ago
I'd crown Bo Diddley w/what Dick is doing here. It's a Diddley lick or beat.
dean m roberts
dean m roberts - 7 years ago
Rodney, I mostly surfed a 9'6" Weber. No idea how heavy. Learned to surf in the winter at Santa Monica pier, south side. Charter member of Menehuni Ka Kai.
Mick DeVille
Mick DeVille - 7 years ago
Excellent. as used in the 'rum diarys' but not on the soundtrack.
Ego Centrik
Ego Centrik - 7 years ago
Great Rn'R Jungle'Surf
Nat Franchesco
Nat Franchesco - 8 years ago
this one goes straight to my favorites.....
TheKromusDevice
TheKromusDevice - 8 years ago
I'm really starting to dig this 60's surf rock. The guitars are just so damn cool!
DeadPistolsBrainGerms
DeadPistolsBrainGerms - 6 years ago
+Russell Teapot Yeah, a Sax is considered woodwind because it uses a reed to produce sound whereas a brass instrument uses the buzzing of the lips. However, the whole point of the Sax was to basically be a hybrid between the two in many ways.
Russell Teapot
Russell Teapot - 6 years ago
oooh, it's a woodwind instrument because the element that makes the sound it's a wood reed, I thought it was a brass one, because it's made out of brass. Thank you for lettiing me search about that
DeadPistolsBrainGerms
DeadPistolsBrainGerms - 6 years ago
+Ethan Brown It's actually a woodwind instrument... Cuz it's a sax. Don't worry about it haha
Ethan Brown
Ethan Brown - 7 years ago
fuckin' loving the bass and the drums and the other guitar and the vocals and dick dale's skills and whatever that brass instrument is... i'm musically illiterate..
doge the dog
doge the dog - 8 years ago
we listen to dick dale after we surf at the beach in the summer
Glenda Badger-Cawthon
Glenda Badger-Cawthon - 8 years ago
Thats right I'm sayin it twice, DICK DALE ROCKS !

20. comment for Dick Dale - Surfing Drums

Glenda Badger-Cawthon
Glenda Badger-Cawthon - 8 years ago
DICK DALE ROCKS !
John VW
John VW - 8 years ago
what are the lyrics in this fabulous tune?
dean m roberts
dean m roberts - 8 years ago
I bought this album and my first surfboard at the same time. Around '62. Thanks to Dick Dale for heading me in the right direction. Lol ......
DeadPistolsBrainGerms
DeadPistolsBrainGerms - 6 years ago
This was my first LP ever. Wasn't the original pressing, but I'm still happy.
Rodney Stanton
Rodney Stanton - 7 years ago
+dean m roberts Fan of Dick from 61. surfed in the late 50's. Colleged force me to stop. Borads in '59 were abour 6.5 ft and 120 lbs.  How big was yours?
vanveenbussum
vanveenbussum - 8 years ago
Thumbs up, please, from those who discovered this wathing "The Rum Diary"
jasminne mcdonald
jasminne mcdonald - 8 years ago
Like, WOW! Tubular, dude! Hang ten!!
RainPoetry
RainPoetry - 9 years ago
Amazing. Just found out his background is Lebanese from his father's side, and that he incorporated Middle Eastern musical styles in his music. You can hear it a bit here.
DeadPistolsBrainGerms
DeadPistolsBrainGerms - 6 years ago
+Brutalgruve Dick Dale actually did get a lot of it from relatives though. Misirlou was made when a fan bet him to make a song using only one string. Dale remembered his uncle or some relative playing it on the Oud using only one string. I don't think Dale went out of his way to learn Phrygian or Double Harmonic Scales. It probably came naturally to him due to his surroundings. He has even said a few times he can't play any scales. I'm sure he can it's just he doesn't know he is and/or can't name the scale and its notes. Misirlou basically shows you the entire Double Harmonic scale. It practically is the scale.
Jonas Henriksson
Jonas Henriksson - 6 years ago
Yes, and Dale claimed in several interviews that his style of playing the guitar wasn't even modelled on another guitarrist, but rather the drummer Gene Krupa, and he wanted to incorporate that rhythm into his playing style. This song in particular has a Krupa style drum break.
Brutalgruve
Brutalgruve - 8 years ago
I can see how you might take my point differently then intended, and I may have taken yours.  We are on the same page.
RainPoetry
RainPoetry - 8 years ago
+Brutalgruve Agree that he's a great surf guitarist, and of course many musicians are exposed to different forms of scales and music, because music really knows no boundaries and barriers.. And it's quite well known Dick Dale was exposed to and practiced Lebanese folk music as a child through his father's side of the family. I don't think that takes away any of his brilliance and innovative accomplishments as a musician.
Brutalgruve
Brutalgruve - 8 years ago
+RainPoetry It is common for musicians to learn and play many different modes/scales.  Beatles to Devin Townsend to Lorena Mckennitt.   Phrygian mode has been used for eons, not getting the amazing Lebanese.  Dick dale is a great surf guitarist (period)
Ross
Ross - 9 years ago
I think this is his best song. Great sax, great beat, speedy playing, just enough vocals not over the top, and the drums are solid. You can't ask for anything better!
Magi Mysticism
Magi Mysticism - 9 years ago
much better than wipeout!!!!! jimmy head
Chris
Chris - 9 years ago
Does anyone have a guitar tab for this?
Ben Dover
Ben Dover - 6 years ago
Riding an E chord, with a lot of sliding on the low E, and a little freestyle pentatonic on the 12th fret.
Some double stop sliding on the high E and B.
DeadPistolsBrainGerms
DeadPistolsBrainGerms - 6 years ago
+MattikusMaximus Usually hate people going all like "figure it out yourself noob," but I can't argue with you. You're right. Plus, Dick Dale's stuff isn't too hard to learn by ear in my opinion. It always revolves around a key in E. E minor... E Double Harmonic... E Phrygian Dominant... Just play around those scales and you can play most of Dick Dale's stuff.
MattikusMaximus
MattikusMaximus - 6 years ago
If you're good enough to play this, you're probably good enough to figure it out without a tab.
grin60
grin60 - 8 years ago
+Chris ah ba bam ba bam ba ba ba bam
calirepubaudio
calirepubaudio - 9 years ago
SO CLASSIC. big ups to the originators...also check out RAYTOM ("Legends of Stoke") and ("Giant Barrels") on youtube for some cool So. Cal retro surf grooves... -Lates :)

30. comment for Dick Dale - Surfing Drums

Benjamin Basualto
Benjamin Basualto - 9 years ago
Nice
Steve Brooks
Steve Brooks - 9 years ago
I went to many of his concerts in Newport beach and San bernardino in high school.
lots of great memories 1964
Фридрих Энгельс
Фридрих Энгельс - 9 years ago
мс вспышкин, ты слышишь это? RIP
Plume de singe
Plume de singe - 8 years ago
+Фридрих Энгельс Мне нравится ебать козМне нравится ебать коз
Фридрих Энгельс
Фридрих Энгельс - 8 years ago
+pisun12345 уже не важно
Фридрих Энгельс
Фридрих Энгельс - 8 years ago
+Фридрих Энгельс видимо никто и звать ни как
Фридрих Энгельс
Фридрих Энгельс - 9 years ago
+pisun12345 ты кто?
Gisele Ayora
Gisele Ayora - 9 years ago
so amazing
Kr Bln
Kr Bln - 9 years ago
Does anyone knows where I can find the tabs and the lyrics ??
Gabe Farmer
Gabe Farmer - 10 years ago
Fuck you who said GAYYYYYBE farmer your a Fucking Dick you Fucking asshole
Jorrit Feitsma
Jorrit Feitsma - 9 years ago
Gaybe
MrKajithecat
MrKajithecat - 10 years ago
Rum Diaries 
René Mareau
René Mareau - 10 years ago
Must be a Tarantino favorite
Gabe Farmer
Gabe Farmer - 10 years ago
All u guys who get mad Wen someone says a song or a type of music is stupid or gay ETC. u guys are the FAGS
DeadPistolsBrainGerms
DeadPistolsBrainGerms - 7 years ago
+xXxamadeusxXx97 Mate, you got "xXx" on both sides of your name. You've got no say in this.
xXxamadeusxXx97
xXxamadeusxXx97 - 9 years ago
Gaybe fuckmer xddddddeeeeee
evand848
evand848 - 10 years ago
GAAAAAYbe Farmer...
Karinda Mckenzie
Karinda Mckenzie - 10 years ago
WHOOO 
guloguloguy
guloguloguy - 8 years ago
+Karinda Mckenzie .............that'd be "DICK DALE"!!! :D
KATHLEEN DUVALL
KATHLEEN DUVALL - 10 years ago
13 DouchNozzles Thumbs Down, Need Chinese Water Torture......
Nick
Nick - 10 years ago
What was that other song with the lyrics "hey little mama don't you cry" from Dale?
LeolikesFire
LeolikesFire - 10 years ago
aaahdaamn
IlxTiratore
IlxTiratore - 10 years ago
This generation doesn't want it if you can't grind to it. Pretty sad that dancing has gone downhill with the sounds of music.
Blaine Barber
Blaine Barber - 10 years ago
Motown, Stax, Beatles, Surf... good times I say!!!!
NuckChorris
NuckChorris - 10 years ago
Why is this not popular today? It's very danceable and catchy.. just like all mainstream music today.
blastofre
blastofre - 10 years ago
Even the commercial music back then was worth listening to. Nowadays its a struggle to find music that doesn't suck! The early 60's were amazing- surf rock, bossa nova, girl groups, doo-wop.
Shazam. KaBoom
Shazam. KaBoom - 10 years ago
Someone could write what he sings at 2:11 ,, I just can undertand some random words of the vocal part of this song,
BlackenedThunder
BlackenedThunder - 10 years ago
it did exist.
Leonardo Paoletti
Leonardo Paoletti - 10 years ago
nope.

50. comment for Dick Dale - Surfing Drums

electrostatic1
electrostatic1 - 10 years ago
It's Bo Diddley.
dictatorofneptune
dictatorofneptune - 10 years ago
dick dale started first in 1959 while hendrix started rockin in 1963 and he stuck more with blues and psychedelic shit
Clifford Coleman
Clifford Coleman - 6 years ago
dictatorofneptune so fuckin what hendrix was the man and my idol so what he played blues and psycadelic shit so what dude.You got something against hendrix?
mtkwizard
mtkwizard - 10 years ago
u too
Caio Augusto
Caio Augusto - 10 years ago
there's a few takes and versions spelled miserlou.
The Falken Showcase
The Falken Showcase - 10 years ago
Yeah, didn't Jimi Hendrix write the first surf rock song, enter sandman?
Joulou Boul
Joulou Boul - 10 years ago
misirlou is just a great cover from dick dale its not his song
Paul Christenson
Paul Christenson - 10 years ago
You mean Misirlou
PhilipSydneyRoss
PhilipSydneyRoss - 10 years ago
No, but people seemed more ashamed of it. Compare the Monkees who hated themselves to Disney bands like the Jonas Brothers who don't get why they are hated at all. I agree though, the past decades look so much better because most of the crap has been sifted out and we're all left with the gold
Johnny Spades
Johnny Spades - 10 years ago
milo ze ktos w Polsce slucha dobrego surfu ;)
Aaron Farrell
Aaron Farrell - 10 years ago
gay
Aaron Farrell
Aaron Farrell - 10 years ago
shut your mouth
The Falken Showcase
The Falken Showcase - 10 years ago
Surf Rock Requirements: Animal type drummer, Groovy Bassist, and REVERB! Surf rock has to have reverb or it is just rockabilly. The key is to get the effect of a huge wave surrounding you, which acts as a large echo chamber. Vocals not necessary, but when present must have extremely happy tones or tones of excitement such as the HEY's in miserlou. Remember, the waves are rolling! So Must the Instruments. Dick Dale is one of the best. There is a reason his song is on Pulp Fiction WIPE OUT
Dharma Beach Bum
Dharma Beach Bum - 10 years ago
Just the way Dick Dale wants it.
ElijahMFearon
ElijahMFearon - 10 years ago
i dig it.
midnitebandit
midnitebandit - 10 years ago
Mona
UltimateRockLegend
UltimateRockLegend - 10 years ago
guitar is drowning in reverb
jhnsnow421
jhnsnow421 - 10 years ago
You're bang on, most people forget that shit music tends to be forgotten and the good music survives; like a filtering process i suppose.
MetalBucket
MetalBucket - 10 years ago
That's the point about dumb commercial music : you get forgotten. I'm willing to bet that in 30 years everyone will be woaw the 2010s were so much better than today just because the good stuff like Buckethead, Shaka Ponk, Limp Bizkit, Arctic Monkeys and so on will be remembered and the stupid stuff will have disappeared.
Reavis Franklin
Reavis Franklin - 10 years ago
Perfect response!!
domen kac
domen kac - 10 years ago
an example?
Jim Johnston
Jim Johnston - 10 years ago
Hey everybody, I'm three months old and I love this sort of music. Better than that Bieber lol! Thumbs me up if your a pseudo-intellectual looking for approval of your identity and agree that the mainstream music of today is over-commercial. Maybe if we get enough thumbs up mainstream will be ok again.
EElectric_M
EElectric_M - 10 years ago
Ignore everybody, listen to this, and shut up.
Robert Moore
Robert Moore - 10 years ago
Why isn't this all over the radio? Surf rock is the greatest genre of music ever! Well, at least in my opinion.
Terrance Jackson
Terrance Jackson - 10 years ago
Cool stuff! I knew that the thorogood one was a cover, but didn't know the details
daveisnotdave
daveisnotdave - 10 years ago
Bo Diddley is the original influence on both: wrote/recorded "Who Do You Love?" (1956) and the beat of this song (bom/ bom/ bom/ cha-cha) is known as the "Bo Diddley beat".
Terrance Jackson
Terrance Jackson - 10 years ago
You can see where george thorogood got his inspiration for "who do you love" alkmost a dead ringer. At least that's what I could assume
QuangThichDuc
QuangThichDuc - 10 years ago
Tarantino sure thinks so.
karlos275
karlos275 - 10 years ago
hic a doola
kjc10
kjc10 - 10 years ago
you called it buddy fo sho
fiddlerpin
fiddlerpin - 10 years ago
That's Bo Diddley's beat!
Ruth Switzer
Ruth Switzer - 11 years ago
Love this! I never heard it before! Love you You Tube! Yea!
PAUL SHAROD
PAUL SHAROD - 11 years ago
they actually have used this music in a movie called 'The Rum Diarys', great film based on the Hunter S Thompson novel....
mute754
mute754 - 11 years ago
If I were a film maker I would be sure to use this in a scene. There is something about surf rock and cinema.
Kent C
Kent C - 11 years ago
You got that right James. BO OWNS IT.
jamejs
jamejs - 11 years ago
lol everyone did
cody fuller
cody fuller - 11 years ago
brings be back to my good days !
Eduardo Esquivel
Eduardo Esquivel - 11 years ago
mota para el sonido HQ :)
MetalBucket
MetalBucket - 11 years ago
Why? you think dumb commercial music didn't exist back then?
Kent C
Kent C - 11 years ago
Ripped off my man BO DIDDLEY but sounds ok.
rompn4x
rompn4x - 11 years ago
True...
João Quinto
João Quinto - 11 years ago
at least you have internet!
Roy Jones
Roy Jones - 11 years ago
This is the guitar riff Bo Diddley made famous that so many guitarists like Dale used
hillfolkloki996
hillfolkloki996 - 11 years ago
anybody hear one bourbon one scotch one beer, yep,
Luuk Drost
Luuk Drost - 11 years ago
if i listen this song... i think its raining outside love dickdale awesome music!!
stoningtonj
stoningtonj - 11 years ago
i could hear it too. lol
Marck Bolan
Marck Bolan - 11 years ago
its more bo than anything .....
Marck Bolan
Marck Bolan - 11 years ago
you must one dumb fucker to say shit like , thoroughtgood sucks!!!!! he never did anything good , just a white boy hack
John anonamous
John anonamous - 11 years ago
This intro sounds exactly like who do you love by george thoroughgood
spatemdim
spatemdim - 11 years ago
fun music
xelena
xelena - 11 years ago
This. Blows. My. MIND!

100. comment for Dick Dale - Surfing Drums

Matt Major
Matt Major - 11 years ago
Then you're childhood was legen...wait for it...dary!
longhornhodad
longhornhodad - 11 years ago
Glad he's still around to give the Beach Boys a mighty swift kick!
Todd Jones
Todd Jones - 11 years ago
Hey, HBsurfergirl you must be Joyce Hoffman! Had a few friends, now long lost, from there.
Ball Peen Baybee
Ball Peen Baybee - 11 years ago
Lol, What the fuck is UniusREI?? Can't say I've heard of that one before ~_o
Ball Peen Baybee
Ball Peen Baybee - 11 years ago
Whos the one douchebag?
Claire Hourigan
Claire Hourigan - 11 years ago
no one cares
Michael B
Michael B - 11 years ago
drums when dd playing the best part. I grew up on post Misirlou in Pulp Fiction DD late 1990s...this is still one of my favs
César E. Silva
César E. Silva - 11 years ago
This is from "Fade Away"??
Pazanno
Pazanno - 11 years ago
Rhum diary
edge9090
edge9090 - 11 years ago
Yes, cool song. Love Dick Dale.
Grrson Koopa
Grrson Koopa - 11 years ago
this one. he screams first ;)
TheArsebear
TheArsebear - 11 years ago
great stuff
edge9090
edge9090 - 11 years ago
There was a Dick Dale song in that movie. Not sure which one.
surfbound55
surfbound55 - 11 years ago
at least he surfed the longboard not like the so called beach boys, Surfers choice bk in the day outstanding and not really Bo Diddley he was a boxer!
blazeofgloryjovi
blazeofgloryjovi - 11 years ago
Right on!
james perry
james perry - 11 years ago
Uhh,... excuse me, but Bo Diddley is the originator of this beat time in R & B and early Rock & Roll. And further...Bo Diddley wrote "Who Do You Love?"....NOT George Thorogood!
Dennis Sloan
Dennis Sloan - 11 years ago
THAT IS DICK ON THE DRUMS ! HE DID BOTH THE SONG, AN THE DRUMS IN THIS. ONE MORE FOR TRIVIA . I HAVE THIS ALBUM. MY SISTER GOT IT FOR ME FOR MY BIRTHDAY, BACK IN '63. AFTER BEING OUT HERE IN RIVERSIDE,CA. THE YEAR BEFORE, AN HEARING DICK DALE "WALE" FROM THE RIVERSIDE 'ARMORY" THAT WAS 1/2 BLOCK AWAY !! YEAH, THIS ALBUM WAS BOUGHT AT BOSCHOVE'S ...IN READING, PA. !!!
Betsy West
Betsy West - 11 years ago
I love this song it brings back memories. love love .............................I am not saying I would paddle out but I can sit on the shore and watch.......Drum Solo my foot.....
IronicallyVague
IronicallyVague - 11 years ago
Seek Bo Diddley... Absorb & emulate
ShyteKreek46
ShyteKreek46 - 11 years ago
I wonder if this was the song that inspired George Thorogood to write "Who Do You Love."
CC bl
CC bl - 11 years ago
this song reminds me of the rum diary xD
Freshmean
Freshmean - 11 years ago
cowabunga
weirdhorrordude
weirdhorrordude - 11 years ago
love tat drum solo! minfluge
weirdhorrordude
weirdhorrordude - 11 years ago
you must be old.
weirdhorrordude
weirdhorrordude - 11 years ago
first generation of punk rock music,
purakanthos
purakanthos - 11 years ago
i say that you are irrelevant :P it's greek!! there is also the google translation :P
sh9683
sh9683 - 11 years ago
?? what language is that? i speak eglish and french, so i have no idea what you just said
purakanthos
purakanthos - 11 years ago
ακυρε
sh9683
sh9683 - 11 years ago
ive never surfed i live n the middle of praries thousands of miles away from any ocean and i love this song
Macnavor
Macnavor - 11 years ago
I will have to go behind the mountain 70 km from my home and then.......get into the waves just need a board of course in my country a board cost a lot more than in the US
Macnavor
Macnavor - 11 years ago
The way it supose to be! Wait I never grew up near the beach!!!!! =( How can I listen dick dale.......while surfing? .........mmmm probably with an ipod water-proof =P get it!
spike wilson
spike wilson - 11 years ago
Loved how that the Bo Diddley beat is mixed in this song, I didnt know that Bo knows surfing. Ha-Ha just joking.I love the song
KrispyKreatin
KrispyKreatin - 11 years ago
i wish i lived in california or hawaii.... this great surf music does me no good in the dump im living in now
Terga2010
Terga2010 - 12 years ago
You lucky son of a gun, you.
middy cat
middy cat - 12 years ago
great fun new to this kind of music but like what i am hearing
Fan666Maiden
Fan666Maiden - 12 years ago
Lucky you :)
Ron Winship
Ron Winship - 12 years ago
Dick Dale was a great guy. He played at the Rendezvous Ballroom in Balboa and played his butt off for years.....he deserved the fame he got with Miserlou and all the other heavy hitters on the Surfer's Choice album. Loved his sacks man....and the drummer too!
edi balta
edi balta - 12 years ago
fucking love it
OddballLion
OddballLion - 12 years ago
A long time favorite, others grew up with listening to nursery rhymes..... I grew up listening to Dick Dale.
speedgrs
speedgrs - 12 years ago
"The Rum Diary" I like the movie because of this music!!!!
rompn4x
rompn4x - 12 years ago
I grew up in the wrong era...
Kirk Smith
Kirk Smith - 12 years ago
Dick Dale plays the guitar like it's a machine gun. My favorite song from him. Very cool then. Very cool now. Forever cool. Thanks for the upload. Take it easy.---Kirk
BuenosPolska
BuenosPolska - 12 years ago
@LOCO1591 Eu gostaria voltar a Itacaré tambem...
Álvaro Fernando Souza
Álvaro Fernando Souza - 12 years ago
Não vejo a hora do verão chegar, para surfar em Itacaré - BA, ouvindo Dick Dale, The king of guitar surf music!
Lex Berkhout
Lex Berkhout - 12 years ago
An underrated song! This is great stuff.
A TC
A TC - 12 years ago
Insanely amazing, the masses havent noticed this masterpeice and they dont deserve it either.

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