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Room to Move

by The Eliminators

The long awaited 3rd album by veteran instro. surf rockers The Eliminators, Room To Move.
Genre: Rock: Surf Rock
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2. Walking Tall
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3. Snake Eyes
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4. Balsa Chica
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5. Rockin' Billy
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6. Pool Party
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9. Steel Trap
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10. Slick
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11. Revenge of the Cowabunga Thunder Melvins
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12. Marty's Theme
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13. One Gun Is All You Need
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Eliminators are back with their 3rd CD of rockin’ surf instrumentals, Room To
Move.
For close to 20 years, The Eliminators have remained a critically acclaimed Southern
California surf instrumental band and Room To Move dramatically drives that point home.
This is an eclectic collection of rock instrumentals that transcend a strict surf guitar
regimen.
While the traditional surf sound is certainly evident here, this release also ventures
into the spaghetti western style (“Snake Eyes”) with elements of the Memphis soul sound
(“Slick”) and even big band instrumentals (“Steel Trap,” a cover of an obscure Link Wray
recording).

Joining The Eliminators on this recording is author-guitarist John Blair (who also coproduced).
His early band, Jon & The Nightriders, ignited a “second wave,” or modern
school of instrumental surf music, in 1979 and his book, the Illustrated Discography of
Surf Music, 1961-1965 is the most comprehensive discography of surf music recordings
ever published (now in its 4th edition).

The pairing of Blair and The Eliminators’ Joe Kurkowski combines two of the foremost
guitarists and composers in the history of surf-rock instrumental music.

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