Little Pattie With The Statesmen - He's My Blonde-headed, Stompie Wompie, Real Gone Surfer Boy download mp3 album
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Little Pattie - He& My Blond Headed Stompie Wompie Real Gon. 74,343 views. Little Pattie ★ He& My Blonde Headed Stompie Wompie Real Gone Surfer Boy ♫. 2,163 views. He& My Blonde Headed Stompie Wompie Real Gone Surfer Boy (Remaster 2000). 1,179 views yeh yeh yeh yeh Oh the gang from the club will be surfing and stomping to A riding their boards out on that sea of blue While the summer sun is beating on down I'll be stompin and surfin all a round Oh with my blonde headed stompy wompy Real gone surfer bo. .
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HE'S MY BLONDE-HEADED, STOMPIE WOMPIE, REAL GONE SURFER GUY - Little Pattie & The Statesmen. 7. SURFER'S PLAYMATE - The Fleetwoods. 8. DRAG RACE JOHNNY - Little Pattie & The Statesmen. 9. WE'RE GOIN' SURFIN' - The Wailers With The Marshans. 10. ROD HOT ROD - The King Pins. 11. BEACH BLANKET BINGO - Donna Loren. The remainder were either failed . singles, album sides and the odd foreign release such as tracks 6 (He's My Blonde-Headed, Stompie Wompie, Real Gone Surfer Guy) and 8 (Drag Race Johnny) by the Australian act Little Pattie & The Statesmen, and track 14 (Attention! Accident (Sur Autoroute de L'ouest) by Les Gam's, a French group's blatant theft of Chuck Berry's Johnny B. Goode, complete with his trademark opening guitar lick.
He's My Blonde Headed Stompie-Wompie Real Gone Surfer Boy - Little Pattie 56. In-Liner (Surf Beat '97) - Dick Dale 57. Balboa Blue - The Marketts 5. In '62 & '63 the Beach Boys and Jan & Dean recorded harmony-filled songs and ballads with the surfing theme. After its peak year of 1963, the instrumental surf-rock style gradually faded from prominence, while the vocal-oriented surf-rock style began to shift towards 'hot-rod' music, which consequently had the potential for even broader national appeal.
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|B||Stompin' At Maroubra|
|HR.10431||Little Pattie With The Statesmen||Little Pattie With The Statesmen - He's My Blonde-headed, Stompie Wompie, Real Gone Surfer Boy (7", Single)||His Master's Voice||HR.10431||New Zealand||1964|