Tuesday, August 21, 2007


The Supertones

Cinema Surf

2004








The Supertones, a New York City-based instrumental quartet, have been playing around NYC for the past ten years at places like The Greatest Bar on Earth, Luna Lounge, Wetlands, The Rodeo Bar, Manitoba's and Don Hill's, and recently added a semi-annual tour of Puerto Rico to their performance schedule. The Supertones compositions are also featured in reknowned surf documentarist, Bud Browne's recent movies including Surfing in the 50s, Cavalcade of Surf and Locked In. So belly up to the whammy bar and enjoy The Supertones!








Davy Peckett writes, "They're back - New York's finest - The Supertones. Their new album, Cinema Surf, is chock full of groovy cinema themes played surf style. As usual, The Supertones excel at everything and this will be another indie smash for Golly Gee." Hear classic, memorable tracks such as "Our Man Flint", "Star Trek Theme", "Windy", "The Magnificent Seven" and "The Munsters Theme" played by the twin guitar team of Tim Sullivan and Mike Mandina, supported by the rhythm section of Presley Acuna and Simon Chardiet and the horn section of Dave Hilliard and Rolf Langsjoen.





1
Atlantis
2
The Magnificent Seven
3
Slaughter On Tenth Avenue
4
The Ballad of Paladin
5
Our Man Flint
6
Windy
7
Never On Sunday
8
The Munsters Theme
9
My Green Tambourine
10
Music To Watch Girls By
11
Paint It Black
12
And I Love Her
13
Georgy Girl
14
Star Trek Theme
15
Wonderful Land
16
The Last Walk





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5 comments:

Sandman said...

Terrific stuff keep up the good work

Trustar said...

Thanks much Sandman

Means alot coming from an old hand like you.

Keep the music out there!

Trustar

alex said...

All of you Surf Blog Masters RULE!
It's a pleasure just being a part of it all!

Thanks again
Alex

brandonio said...

cool beans daddy-o I was really wondering how this album sounded. I've always found the Supertones to be a decent band, this should be interesting. I was wondering if you had heard the Fathoms are working on a new album set for release this summer according to Musick Records. I have some awesome live footage of the band. there albums [Fathomless]and [Overboard] are modern classics. let's have a toast to the new Fathoms record.

Rockandre said...

Always a pleasure to discover new bands. Thank you very much!