About Soul Surfin' by The Rhythm Rockers:
The Rhythm Rockers were part of the first wave of California surf bands, and one of the first to release an album. A regular attraction at Dick Dale's Rendezvous Ballroom in the formative days of the surf scene, the band is loved by vintage surf fanatics around the world for its high-impact, high-energy tunes.
The Rhythm Rockers only album, 1963's Soul Surfin', boasts such staggering instrumentals as "Surfin' at Mazatlan," "Rendezvous Stomp" and "Breakfast at Tressels." Soul Surfin' also features killer covers of Duane Eddy's "Movin' 'n' Groovin'" and Duke Ellington's big-band standard "Caravan."
Out of print on vinyl for more than four decades, this historic LP has long been a sought-after rarity, with original copies changing hands for hefty sums amongst collectors. Now, this much-loved vinyl gem is back at a reasonable price in this sleek new Sundazed edition, mastered from the original tapes and pressed on high-definition vinyl, with complete original cover art.