Susan Surftone | Reckoning

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by Susan Surftone

Modern Rock/Pop Instrumentals with a hint of Retro rooted in Surf, "60's Garage, Blues, British Invasion, '70's-80's Punk/New Wave
Genre: Rock: 60's Rock
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Mojo Junction
3:23 $0.99
2. Circles
4:01 $0.99
3. Reckoning
3:18 $0.99
4. Secrets
3:07 $0.99
5. Vortex '59
3:12 $0.99
6. Mystery Train
2:24 $0.99
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Album Notes
"...her intricate guitar work and good ear for melody certainly distinguish her in the surf guitar world and suggest just how talented she is on the instrument."
- Jeff Niesel, Whopperjaw

"She's the real deal...Her guitar playing is so impressive. Reckoning... just brings her to the top in her field..."
- Ginger Coyote, Punk Globe

"Top-ten material in this reviewer's universe, with its notably sharp and slick pop/rock collisions."
- Kevin McGovern, Fear and Loathing in Long Beach

"Reckoning is twenty-five minutes of intimate, authentic surf rock bliss whose DIY methodology and deliriously accessible tunes celebrate how far Susan has come - and hint at where she may go next."
- Peter Roche, Cleveland Music Examiner

"In her new six-song EP "Reckoning," surf guitar icon Susan SurfTone takes surf rock to a haunting and beautiful place it's never been before. With characteristic mastery, SurfTone gives each song life and depth. From the album's hypnotic opener "Mojo Junction," to its closing "Mystery Train"--a skillful homage to one of her earliest influences--SurfTone shows once again that she's not just the reigning Queen of Surf Rock, but that she could topple any Surf Rock King from his throne."
- Mary Pauline Lowry, Huffington Post

Susan SurfTone has been playing guitar for a long time. In the 1990's through the early 2000's she released several recordings and toured with Susan and the SurfTones. The band's approach to instrumental surf music was more of a traditional surf guitar approach more in line with The Ventures as opposed to Dick Dale.

With the release of her first CD, "Shore" as Susan SurfTone, her style evolved to more of a rock/pop style incorporating Surf, '60's Garage, Blues, British Invasion and '70's/'80's Punk/New Wave. She does not sound like anyone else nor does she fit into the reverb-drenched traditional style of what many know as "surf music". This is a new modern approach for a genre that is often regarded as static.



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