Dick Dale

Dick Dale (born 4 May 1937 in Boston, Massachusetts) is an American guitarist and singer. Dale is revered as one of the pioneers of surf rock and one of the most influential guitarists of the early 1960s. His technique influenced future guitarists such as Jimi Hendrix and Eddie Van Halen. He experimented with reverberation and made use of custom-made Fender amplifiers. Among Dale's most well-known songs are "Misirlou", "Surf Beat", and "Let's Go Trippin'". Read more on Last.fm
Surfer's Choice
Surf Beat
Sloop John B
Take It Off
Night Owl
Fanny Mare
Misirlou Twist
Peppermint Man
Surfing Drums
Shake 'N' Stomp
Lovey Dovey
Death Of A Gremme
Let's Go Trippin'
Del-Tone Rock
Jungle Fever
Misirlou
Eight Till Midnight
Lovin' On My Brain
A Run For Life
Spacial Disorientation
HMFIC
The Eliminator
Haji (electric)
3013DD
Smoke on the Water
Walkin'
Spacial Disorientation
Oasis of Mara
Belo Horizonte (vocal)
Haji (acoustic)
Front Porch Blues
Baby Left Me
Mexico/Esperanza
Yours
Silent Night
Calling Up Spirits
Nitrus
The Wedge Paradiso
The Pit
Fever
Doom Box
Catamount
Window
Calling Up Spirits
Temple of Gizeh
Third Stone From the Sun
Peppermint Man
Gypsy Fire
The Phantom Surfers & Dick Dale
Stop That Cedric
Rhe Tell Tale Couch
Rochambeau
Tic-Toc-Rock
The Battle of Little Big Hand
Skirfir
Fairest of Them All
Wow!
The Lonely Matress
Gas Chamber
Try to Hide Me
Pretty Little Lisa
Sloth in Molasses
We'll Never Hear the End of It
Unknown Territory
Scalped
Mexico
F Groove
Terra Dicktyl
Take It or Leave It
(Ghost) Riders in the Sky
Fish Taco
California Sun
Maria Elena
The Beast
Unknown Territory
Ring of Fire
Tribal Thunder
The New Victor
Esperanza
Shredded Heat
Trail of Tears
Caravan
The Eliminator
Speardance
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The Long Ride
Tribal Thunder