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Prior to his emergence as a recording artist, surf guitar king Dick Dale first carved out his legend as a live performer. The artist's incendiary early shows in front of raucous surfer crowds at Balboa Beach's Rendezvous Ballroom established Dale as a regional sensation, and in the process helped to put surf music on the map. After he became an international star, Dale and his longstanding band the Del-Tones maintained the energy and innovation of their early performances, expanding their reputation as a peerless live act.
In 1965, Dale captured the infectious spirit of his live shows with this album, recorded on stage at the fabled Hollywood nightclub Ciro's. This vintage LP offers a bracing snapshot of the trailblazing guitar hero at his string-shredding best, tearing into his classic "Let's Go Trippin'," and applying his head-spinning instrumental fire to such diverse tunes as Henry Mancini's "Peter Gunn," Lee Hazlewood's "Angry Generation" and Bob Dylan's "Blowin' in the Wind." He also unveils his underrated vocal skills on riveting readings of Eddie Cochran's "Summertime Blues," Barrett Strong's "Money" and Ray Charles' "What'd I Say."
Side A1. Peter Gunn2. Money Honey3. Angry Generation 4. Summertime Blues 5. Blowin In The Wind 6. Dont Stop Now (Movin and a-Groovin)
Side B7. Lets Go Trippin 65 8. Bony Moronie 9. Watusi Jo 10. Money 11. Whatd I Say