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  • Format: CD
  • SKU: BCD17674
  • UPC: 4000127176745
  • Street Date: 08/05/22
  • PreBook Date: 07/01/22
  • Label: Bear Family Records »
  • Genre: Pop/Rock
  • Run Time: 70:00 mins
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Year of Production: 2022
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  • Territory: NORTH AMERICA
  • Language: English

 

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Destination Beach: 30 Tunes For Dancing In The Sand

Destination Beach: 30 Tunes For Dancing In The Sand
  • List Price: $11.99  
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Summer, sun, beach: it's been so long since our last beach vacation!
The beach feeling with its healing rays of the sun comes to your home as a private soundtrack with this CD compilation on Bear Family RecordsĀ®.
A total of 30 songs by Frankie Avalon, Bobby Darin, Bobby Vee and Freddie Cannon, among others, will accompany you on a warm sunny day while you enjoy the beach atmosphere and work on your tan.
You'll take notice with lesser-known artists like Buddy Skipper and The Jetty Jumpers, Wayne Hollers, Al Barkle and Ray Doggett.
End the beautiful day with the Danleers and the delightful One Summer Night, for example.

Summertime's here, and it's been so long since we've been to the beach to soak up the sun's healing rays and engage in a day of red-hot fun! Bear Family has a perfect new soundtrack to accompany your trip to the oceanfront: 30 tracks that are all about frolicking in the sand and working on your tan while relaxing on your favorite blanket. Familiar names are scattered throughout the compilation; after all, no one knew how to throw a beach party better than Frankie Avalon, and his handsome pals Bobby Darin, Bobby Vee, and Freddie Cannon are here too. But there are also killer obscurities by Buddy Skipper and The Jetty Jumpers, Wayne Hollers, Al Barkle, and Ray Doggett, while R&B sax wailers Big Al Sears and Freddie Mitchell blow up a honking sandstorm. After the sun goes down and a cool breeze begins to waft in off the water, The Danleers' dreamy 1958 doo-wop smash One Summer Night is a perfect choice for slow dancing under the stars. Even guitar mauler Link Wray gets into the act with a surprisingly melodic Summer Dream. Pack the cooler, bring plenty of sunscreen, and pop 'Destination Beach' into your portable CD player at the first opportunity. Even on the hottest summer afternoon, it's the coolest!

Track Listing

  • Freddy Cannon - June, July And August
  • The Fendermen - Beach Party
  • The Hi-Lites feat. Randy Hard - Beach Baby
  • Scotty McKay - Sea Cruise
  • Bobby Darin - Beachcomber
  • The Marcels - Footprints In The Sand
  • The Rays - Souvenirs Of Summertime
  • The Cornells - Beachbound
  • Al Barkle - Muscle Beach
  • Owen Gray - On The Beach
  • Wayne Hollers - Dance In The Sand
  • The Pentagons - Down At The Beach
  • The Rockin' R's - Heat
  • Paul Peek - Waikiki Beach
  • Jimmy Simms & The Thunderbirds - Twistin' On The Beach
  • The Duals - Beach Party
  • The Danleers - One Summer Night
  • Frankie Avalon - Summer Scene
  • The Valiants with Sandy Vale - Boppin' On The Beach
  • The Surfers - The Sand And The Sea
  • The Dunes - Lonely Sands
  • Bill Courtney - Blanket On The Beach
  • Bobby Vee - Summertime Blues
  • Link Wray & The Wraymen - Summer Dream
  • Buddy Skipper & The Jetty Jumpers - Back On The Beach Again
  • Linda Leigh - Lover's Beach (Concerto For The X-15)
  • Big Al Sears - In The Good Old Summertime
  • Freddie Mitchell & His Rockers - Seaweed
  • The Drifters - Moonlight Bay
  • Ray Doggett - Beach Party

Sales Points

  • 1 CD with 20-page booklet, 30 tracks. Total playing time approx. 70 min.
  

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