Surf rock is a style of music that originated in the USA that mixes elements of surf music and rock music. The most influential styles on surf rock were general rock n roll, pop rock and surf music. While in the 1960s surf music and rock n' roll were distinct styles, associated with competing dance styles and representing distinct and competing youth cultures, the development of rock music since then has built upon both styles. Many authorities now retrospectively classify all surf bands as rock bands, and surf music therefore as a subgenre of rock music.
Duane Eddy's instrumental "Movin' and Groovin'" is thought by many to be the main contender for laying the groundwork as the f ...
A dark sounding 1960s style instrumental surf track. Something you would hear in a Tarrantino movie, or Film-Noir. Features drums, bass electric guitars, Danelectro on the lead and Trumpets. Think Dick Dale, Duane Eddy, or early surf guitarists. Instrumental, Rock, Surf Rock