356x237

Artistes

The Tornadoes

À propos de The Tornadoes

Not to be confused with the British band of the same name (who did "Telstar"), this California band helped spawn the early-'60s Surf explosion that swept the U.S. Using reverb, a wailing sax and a snappy back beat, the Tornadoes' "Bustin' Surfboards" invoked the feeling of salt water, sand and crashing waves.

356x237

The Tornadoes

Not to be confused with the British band of the same name (who did "Telstar"), this California band helped spawn the early-'60s Surf explosion that swept the U.S. Using reverb, a wailing sax and a snappy back beat, the Tornadoes' "Bustin' Surfboards" invoked the feeling of salt water, sand and crashing waves.

À propos de The Tornadoes

Not to be confused with the British band of the same name (who did "Telstar"), this California band helped spawn the early-'60s Surf explosion that swept the U.S. Using reverb, a wailing sax and a snappy back beat, the Tornadoes' "Bustin' Surfboards" invoked the feeling of salt water, sand and crashing waves.

À propos de The Tornadoes

Not to be confused with the British band of the same name (who did "Telstar"), this California band helped spawn the early-'60s Surf explosion that swept the U.S. Using reverb, a wailing sax and a snappy back beat, the Tornadoes' "Bustin' Surfboards" invoked the feeling of salt water, sand and crashing waves.