SURFIN’ SAFARI In the Sixties “surf music” anchored (pun intended) the two coasts with a popular style of music that transcended the niche audience it was intended to play to. The Beach Boys personified the genre but they were by no means the only game in town. Instrumentally it was defined by a bright, trebly, lead guitar and a pounding back beat. Match the song with the correct singer or group on the facing page. (Note: some groups will be used more than once) 431. 432. 433. 434. 435. 436. 437. 438. 439. 440. 441.
Little Honda Pipeline Out of Limits Little GTO Hey Little Cobra Wipeout Apache Sleepwalk Telstar Surfin’ Bird Walk, Don’t Run
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