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A great compilation of The Atlantics greatest hits on one great CD!
“On the world’s stage of Rock Instrumental music today there are very few bands that can say they have held up their heads and fought through the onslaught of different trends in Pop music and still survive to play amazing gigs and Studio record stunning albums 4 decades later. 40 years on, and the legendary Atlantics are doing just that.Sadly, my teenage years left me awhile back and I now live in the cold, cold North East of England
However I tell you something … when I play the new CD by The Atlantics, I will mentally be down there on Bondi Beach with the rest of them – falling off my surfboard, but still enjoying the music of one of the Greatest Instrumental units in Rock history. The fabulous Atlantics!” Davy Pecket – Editor New Gandy Dancer Magazine
Last night we played at the world famous Nastolan Rautalanka Festival in Finland where we were received with great enthusiasm by a fantastic 2000 plus crowd of instrumental music fans, most of who were already familiar with our Atlantics music.
It really made it a special time for us and we would personally like to thank Kapu, Jari and Hanna for all their help, kindness and generosity they showed us during our stay in Finland
Their organisation abilities resulted in a well run exciting music festival that was a pleasure to be part of. Congratulations guys.
Think surf rock classics and a few songs come to mind. The Surfari’s Wipeout, Dick Dale’s Miserlou, Pipeline by the Chantays and of course Bombora, by Australia’s own, Atlantics. Virtually the only successful surf instrumental band not from America. Echoing the Shadow’s Twangy Atmospheric Instrumental Sound, they were snapped up by CBS Records and became a household name with the release of their giant hit Bombora in 1963.
After completing their European tour in 2013 The Atlantics have announced their retirement from live touring.
“We wish to thank all our fans and friends that have supported us throughout the years by buying our records and coming to our gigs and concerts. It really made it all worthwhile.”