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Jan & Dean Gotta Take That One Last Ride

Gotta Take That One Last Ride

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Jan & Dean: Gotta Take That One Last Ride

​(1996/One Way Records) 24 tracks, two albums on one CD! This rarity includes some very rare Jan & Dean songs!

Ride The Wild Surf!



Jan & Dean - Gotta Take That One Last Ride Medium 1
1: Surfin'  
2: Surfin' Safari  
3: Sidewalk Surfin'  
4: Summer Means Fun  
5: One-Piece Topless Bathing Suit  
6: Vegetables  
7: Ride The Wild Surf  
8: Honolulu Lulu  
9: Sunshine Music  
10: Gonna Hustle You  
11: Surf City  
12: Drag City  
13: The Little Old Lady From Pasadena  
14: The Anaheim, Azusa And ...  
15: Drag Strip Girl  
16: Schlock Rod  
17: Schlock Rod (part 2)  
18: Dead Man's Curve  
19: Little Deuce Coupe  
20: Popsicle  
21: Three Window Coupe  
22: Hot Stocker  
23: Bucket T  
24: I Get Around  


Artikeleigenschaften von Jan & Dean: Gotta Take That One Last Ride

  • Interpret: Jan & Dean

  • Albumtitel: Gotta Take That One Last Ride

  • Format CD
  • Genre Rock 'n' Roll

  • Music Genre Rock 'n' Roll
  • Music Style Surf
  • Music Sub-Genre 263 Surf
  • Title Gotta Take That One Last Ride
  • Release date 1996
  • Label ONE WAY

  • SubGenre Rock - Surf

  • EAN: 0724381868829

  • weight in Kg 0.100

Artist description "Jan & Dean"

Jan & Dean

Think of 1960s 'surfer' music and two groups immediately come to mind: The Beach Boys and Jan & Dean. Jan Berry was half of the duo and sang lead on The Beach Boys' 1966 hit Barbara Ann.

Jan Berry was born in Los Angeles on April 3, 1941. In high school he met Arnie Ginsburg and Dean Torrance. The trio formed a musical group, The Barons, and Berry and Ginsburg began writing songs. In 1958, Jennie Lee, an ode to an LA stripper, was recorded in Jan's garage. Credited to Jan & Arnie, it became a hit, reaching #8 on the Pop Chart. One more Jan & Arnie side followed before the Jan & Dean line-up rolled up 24 chart singles. Their hits ended in 1966, a few months after Jan was left in a coma after wrecking his car speeding through Dead Man's Curve.

What inspired Berry and co-writer Jill Gibson to respond to Buffy Sainte-Marie's anti-war anthem, Universal Soldier, is unclear. Both the Donovan and Glen Campbell versions of the song were on the charts in fall '65, but neither sparked the kind of controversy that Eve Of Destruction did. When he co-wrote The Universal Coward, Jan had no direct stake in the Vietnam War. He had no military background, unlike Dean, who had done an Army Reserve stint. So it's interesting that Dean was sufficiently put off by the lyrics of Coward… that he did not want his name on the label. 

Jan & Dean made a comeback in the late '70s on the back of the made-for-TV biopic 'Dead Man's Curve.' While there were no new records produced, the duo performed their hits on the 'oldies' circuit.

Jan Berry died of a seizure on March 26, 2004

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