Jan & Dean

Not in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Eligible since: 1985 (The 1986 Induction Ceremony)

Previously Considered? No  what's this?


Inducted into Rock Hall Projected in 2025 (ranked #255) .


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Surf City (1963)
Dead Man's Curve (1964)
The Little Old Lady from Pasadena (1964)

Jan & Dean @ Wikipedia

Jan & Dean Videos

Will Jan & Dean be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame?
"Musical excellence is the essential qualification for induction."
   

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I voted No; but they SHOULD be in it. Jan Berry co-wrote most of their hits and they had many.
Berry also produced and arranged most of their records. He did influence Brian Wilson in the early days and it's my understanding the session musicians (mostly the Wrecking Crew) had respect for him as a producer. Unfortunately J&D were in the Beach Boys' shadows and, since they weren't a self-contained band, I feel there is a bias against them. Jan's gone, but Dean is still rockin'!

Posted by terry morgan on Tuesday, 10.2.07 @ 05:55am


Their output compares very favorably with the just inducted dave Clark 5. Career cut short by Mr. Berrys's car wreck.

To me, the best of the surf bands.

Posted by Paul in KY on Monday, 03.17.08 @ 09:58am


lets get this straight:jan and dean were at the forefront of the west coast sound.jan berry was a pure genius in that he created a sound,an act,and a ever lasting image that lives on to this day.he was a writer,arranger,and producer of all those hits,all the while they both were full-time college students.pretty impressive huh?for them not to be in the "hall of fame"is nothing short of a pure joke!myself and countless others think its about time they finally get in!

Posted by todd starken on Saturday, 06.21.08 @ 07:05am


I don't know about being at the "forefront", and they certainly weren't the best. There were a lot of instrumental groups out there creating the "surf" sound at the time, and Jan & Dean came along and put a bubble-gum wrapper on it. If you want to listen to real "surf" music, listen to people like Dike Dale, The Astronauts, and The Chantays.

Posted by Guitarzan on Saturday, 06.21.08 @ 08:13am


Jan and Dean where hot...Like the Beach Boys and the Surfaris they topped the charts

Posted by Tom on Friday, 08.8.08 @ 22:57pm


Jan and Dean where true leaders in the early sound of the 60's ... I agree they played a big part of the Beach scene we still all love ..! With great players like the wrecking crew how could you not be anything than great...
Beach Boys, Dick Dale, Surfaris ,Jan and Dean was the wave of sounds and beyond in the 60's

Posted by mrxzy on Saturday, 08.9.08 @ 11:04am


Till Jan and Dean are in the rock and roll hall of fame the whole thing is a joke. Jan Berry was one of the few artists who wrote his hits, produced and arranged. He and Dean Torrence bridged the gap from Doo-Wop to Surf and Pop and Jan Berry influenced the production techniques of Brian Wilson. He and Dean knew rock and roll was meant to be fun.

Posted by coy mac on Tuesday, 09.23.08 @ 07:49am


Just don't know what to say about "surf Music" ?Gee I think Gidget is the mostess..? They can sing and surf music is kinda fun in a silly way ..!! What was that song "Little Old Lady from Pasadena" ? I love "Dead Mans Curve"..Blink 182 does a great rendition.. I like them better than loud Dick Dale he is dreadful...
So YES I guess!!?

Posted by tina on Wednesday, 10.15.08 @ 18:45pm


The following quote is meant for Dameon, Cheesehead, Philip, and all of you other "non-believers";

"According to rock critic Dave Marsh, the attitude and public persona of punk rock can be traced to Jan and Dean."

READ IT, LEARN IT, LIVE IT!!!!!

Philip...BATH???? What's this "bath" thing you speak of????

Posted by Gitarzan on Sunday, 04.19.09 @ 09:19am


The following is a quote from me.

Dave Marsh is an asshole.

Posted by Dameon on Sunday, 04.19.09 @ 10:49am


Dameon...Aw, C'mon...why don't you say what you really think (LMAO)!!! You're much too inhibited...

Posted by Gitarzan on Sunday, 04.19.09 @ 10:54am


Marsh really isn't too far from the mark though. Jan And Dean introduced casual to rock and roll. They were the first real "jeans and tee" act of rock 'n' roll. Up to that point, rock'n'rollers were in suits, or some other dressy apparel when performing or making appearances. Jan And Dean did away with the stuffy attire a few years before even the Beach Boys appeared on the scene. It was a middle finger of sorts to the suits of the biz by not dressing like them

And Gitarzan... Bath is a place in England... also a town in Michigan too. hehehe.

I agree with mrxyz. YES to Jan And Dean.

Posted by Philip on Sunday, 04.19.09 @ 12:33pm


The following quote is meant for Dameon, Cheesehead, Philip, and all of you other "non-believers";

"According to rock critic Dave Marsh, the attitude and public persona of punk rock can be traced to Jan and Dean."

READ IT, LEARN IT, LIVE IT!!!!!

Posted by Gitarzan on Sunday, 04.19.09 @ 09:19am
--------------------------------------------------
Inre: the previous quote:

Clearly, we are being programmed by the rock establishment to accept this line of thinking, and no doubt my reaction shall fall upon the deaf ears of all in the big time who are making up the rules.

I fall somewhere between the following quotes;

"Big Brother is Watching You"

&

"No One Expects the Spanish Inquisition!"

I leave you to decide exactly where.

Posted by Cheesecrop on Sunday, 04.19.09 @ 12:52pm


What's truly frightening about this is both Orwell & Python can be read as correct in regards to this situation.


Catch ya' in a little while.

Posted by Cheesecrop on Sunday, 04.19.09 @ 12:55pm


Philip...I think I've found a solution to your "dancing" problem;

http://www.maniacworld.com/bird-loves-ray-charles.html

Posted by Gitarzan on Sunday, 04.19.09 @ 23:51pm


Jan and Dean deserve to be in the rock and roll hall of fame.

Posted by mjb on Sunday, 04.26.09 @ 13:56pm


This says it all for me:

"Till Jan and Dean are in the rock and roll hall of fame the whole thing is a joke. Jan Berry was one of the few artists who wrote his hits, produced and arranged. He and Dean Torrence bridged the gap from Doo-Wop to Surf and Pop and Jan Berry influenced the production techniques of Brian Wilson. He and Dean knew rock and roll was meant to be fun."

These guys deserve to be IN. From Doo-wop to the West Coast Surf sound, who did it better?? Starting out by recording in your own garage, all the while working through medical/design schools, respectively...and then Jan overcoming the obstacles of the terrible auto accident. Nevermind the "story"...listen to the music and its a one-way ticket through the Hall doors! No excuses.

Posted by Brad T. on Wednesday, 11.25.09 @ 09:46am


It is insulting to the genius of the late Jan Berry that such important pioneers of surf, punk, humor and record production are not among the inductees to the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. My vote is an enthusiastic yes.

Posted by WAYNE HUNT on Monday, 03.15.10 @ 07:02am


I was watching the TAMI Show the other night & Jan & Dean hosted it (and performed in it as well).

Jan Berry was a God back then. I can only assume their excellent sense of humour has not been appreciated by the Hall voters.

They had Dean Torrance on to give some background about the show when they were trying to get donations. He has aged well, IMO.

Posted by Paul in KY on Monday, 03.15.10 @ 13:11pm


Hello again! Haven't commented in a while, though I have been lurking around here for quite some time.

Jan and Dean were surf pioneers, and I believe that they should definitely be honored.

Posted by Steve Z on Monday, 03.15.10 @ 19:14pm


Surf is under rated ...I mean even the Beach Boys were put down for being a Surf Band... But some of the best have come from surf ,though most won't accept the fact. From Jan an Dean Surfaris Dick Dale Ventures Beach Boys , Fire Balls, Link Wray... etc etc... One of Hal Blaines biggest claim to fame is the Beach Boys{SURF}! That should tell ya that "Very bodys gone Surfin Usa"...
Surf influanced the Beatles, Hendrix, Van Halen Who,Ventures, Toy Dolls ,Smaching Pumkins, Marley.Fat Boys, ....an endless waves of musical inovations.....
Surfs UP RU???

Posted by mrxyz on Tuesday, 03.16.10 @ 18:41pm


Just saw J and D hosting the T.A.M.I. on PBS last night. I originally saw the movie in theatrical release in 1964. The movie was awesome and so were Jan and Dean. I agree, its criminal that they haven't been inducted. Of course you all know it was Dean singing the high part on the Beach Boys recording of Barbara Ann, right?

Posted by BRAD on Tuesday, 03.23.10 @ 15:20pm


A great band lots of talent .. I have seen them perform many times from early years until Jans departure. Dean still puts on a great show .. The Berrys are all rock from Jans talent to SIR studios in Hollywood an A&S cases... A true Hollywood Icon family.. As mention just a wave back, Surf Music is truly under rated.. Unless you understand it, Like the Beatles, Hendrix ,Who, Van Halen... etc etc....Ask Hal Blaine.. he made a name from Surf...
Surfs UP RU..?

Posted by mrxyz on Tuesday, 03.23.10 @ 22:30pm


I would have to partially agree with MRXYZ.. Surf music is a part of the early roots of abstract rock. On the other hand Jan an Dean and the Beach Boys went beyond the reverb lead guitar sound and pounding of the drums, to a very high level of harmony's. With some very complex musical arraignments but still incorporating the freedom many surf instrumentals had pioneered.. Creating a beautiful blend of surf music.

Posted by L-7 on Wednesday, 03.24.10 @ 21:55pm


Well, there's "surf music"...and there's pop music with lyrics about cars, girls, surfing, etc...which was Jan & Dean and the Beach Boys. It figures that you'd agree with mrxyz on this subject...

Posted by Gitarzan on Wednesday, 03.24.10 @ 22:17pm


Well, there's "surf music"...and there's pop music with lyrics about cars, girls, surfing, etc...which was Jan & Dean and the Beach Boys. It figures that you'd agree with mrxyz on this subject...

Posted by Gitarzan on Wednesday, 03.24.10 @ 22:17pm


Gosh ! me L-7 and the Beach Boys all agree now isn't that something..I am humbled .

Posted by mrxyz on Thursday, 03.25.10 @ 00:15am


Well, there's "surf music"...and there's pop music with lyrics about cars, girls, surfing, etc...which was Jan & Dean and the Beach Boys. It figures that you'd agree with mrxyz on this subject...

Posted by Gitarzan on Wednesday, 03.24.10 @ 22:17pm

Surf instrumentals ,surf vocals ,surf pop, surf rock ,surf punk... It is all part of surf and surf is part of rock.I don't really like surf but I know what it brought to the table..

Posted by L-7 on Thursday, 03.25.10 @ 01:03am


L-7 I know we don't hear ear to ear.. But many on this forum don't believe that the Beach Boys are a surf band even though they dumbed themselfs as one{Surf}.. The term "Surf Music" was new in 1960's. Since the Beach Boys, Jan an Dean, Dick Dale Surfaris ,Chnateys an many others were the early founding fathers of surf so they think they were... It is my persanal belief that surf music is what they said they created . It is funny to think that Surf Music can not have vocals and if you sing about a girl or a car unless it says surf in the tune. that also kicks it out of surf music... Surf Music is a sound they {BEACH BOYS JAN an DEAN DICK DALE ,SURFARIS etc,,}... created I would hope that not all fussion bands sound the same an if the say beach or surf are they a surf band? What happens if they sing about a girl ? LOL ,.. What a joke,,,
Surfs UP ALL YOU NEED IS EARS

Posted by mrxyz on Thursday, 03.25.10 @ 11:24am


Gotta give the Yes to Jan And Dean. When mrxyz and I agree on something, THAT'S something. lol

Posted by Philip on Thursday, 03.25.10 @ 16:05pm



Jan and Dean should have been in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame long ago. It just speaks to the current times and who's voting. The majority of people voting on this probably are unaware of how big Jan and Dean were to pop culture in the US back in the early 60s. Jan Berry was gifted musically and produced and arranged and wrote his songs that were chart toppers. He employed the Wrecking Crew in many of his songs. Brian Wilson gives this guy kudos for help him in the recording business.

Posted by mike maier on Tuesday, 08.10.10 @ 20:09pm


Eligible since: 1985 (The 1986 Induction Ceremony)

Previously Considered? No what's this?

Jan & Dean @ Wikipedia

Jan & Dean Videos

Induction chances: 9% what's this?

Will Jan & Dean be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame?
Yes:
80%
No:
20%

Total votes: 439
Thanks for voting! Your vote has been factored into the Future Rock Legends "Induction Chances" score.
They even have a higher than Dale or The Surfaris but they are a vocal group...

Posted by mrxyxomg on Sunday, 09.26.10 @ 09:08am


The Beach Boys
The Ventures
The Surfaris
Jan and Dean
Dick Dale

Posted by Roy on Friday, 11.19.10 @ 19:16pm


You would think that the Rock Hall would be in a mad rush to induct Jan and Dean!

Posted by Roy on Tuesday, 01.25.11 @ 10:42am


How come Roy? Do you know something we don't?

Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Tuesday, 01.25.11 @ 11:55am


Because it's Jan and Dean. One of the biggest, most influential acts of the 60s. The Rock Hall loves the 50s and 60s.

"According to rock critic Dave Marsh, the attitude and public persona of punk rock can be traced to Jan and Dean."

Posted by Roy on Tuesday, 01.25.11 @ 12:24pm


"According to rock critic Dave Marsh, the attitude and public persona of punk rock can be traced to Jan and Dean."

Posted by Roy on Tuesday, 01.25.11 @ 12:24pm


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No offense to Jan & Dean whatsoever, but...

Three little words:

Jerry
Lee
Lewis

end of story

Posted by Cheesecrop on Tuesday, 01.25.11 @ 18:34pm


"According to rock critic Dave Marsh, the attitude and public persona of punk rock can be traced to Jan and Dean."

No offence to Jan & Dean but Dave Marsh wouldn't know the difference between an index finger and a pinky toe.

Posted by Tahvo Parvianen on Tuesday, 03.8.11 @ 07:04am


YES!

Posted by chuck on Thursday, 07.7.11 @ 21:34pm


Absoultely they should be in the Hall of Fame - they were the initial sound of surf music, before the Beach Boys - wrote their own music and were Southern California local boys - we loved them. It is absurd that there are artists in the Hall who had one or two songs, when J&D are left out. Jan was an incredibly creative person, in and out of the studio where his arrangements are legendary- they absolutely must be included!

Posted by Anita Robertson on Thursday, 08.18.11 @ 15:30pm


Jan and Dean should be in the Rock and Roll hall of fame.

Jan wrote produced and went to college. They had major hits , Jan was the first to use two drummers on recordings.

They sold a ton of records that are still played today. I really dont care for the instrumental surf music. I like the lyrics and harmonies.

I think Jan pissed off a lot of power brokers in the music industry. One day they should be there.

This reminds me the basket ball hall of fame snubbing Don Haskins for years.

Nick Nellos

Posted by Nick Nellos on Saturday, 05.19.12 @ 21:07pm


Nick
I had know idea Jan upset brokers in the music world?
I sure like the way they sing .Let's hope they get in!
These old guys need to be honored.
I thought J&D used Hal Blaine the drummer on most of their recordings?
To bad they didn't get in before Jans death!

Posted by Happy on Saturday, 05.19.12 @ 22:59pm


Jan and Dean name dropped two years in a row. Elton John mentions Jan and Dean in his induction speech for Leon Russell in 2011, and Chris Rock mentions Jan and Dean this year in his induction speech for the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Posted by Roy on Tuesday, 05.22.12 @ 14:40pm


Roy
I can see why J&D are mentioned with Leon ..he was their keyboard player on most of their surf beach songs.
I just love their. vocals. They are so Califorina surf ,it makes you want to "catch a wave an sit on top of the world "some where in "Surf City "or in Pasadena lol
They should be in with a few other surf groups! I am sure mst here would agree
Lets hope so!

Posted by Happy on Tuesday, 05.22.12 @ 20:14pm


Lou Adler wants Jan and Dean inducted.

Posted by Roy on Sunday, 04.14.13 @ 21:28pm


Jan and Dean name dropped three years in a row at the Rock Hall. By Elton John in 2011, Chris Rock in 2012, Lou Adler in 2013. Dean attended the ceremony this year.

Posted by Roy on Saturday, 04.20.13 @ 09:17am


I have always loved Jan & Dean since I was a young teenage girl, especially Dead Man's Curve. I would wait late into the night to catch this Number 1 hit that stayed at the top of the charts forever- many weeks! Because I would get this tune all the way from WLS out of a Chicago station on my portable radio. Yes, this dynamic duo should be inducted into the Hall of Fame! Don't forget, it was these two awesome surfer dudes that invented the first skateboard in their spare time and then wrote and sang "Sidewalk Surfin'" Any Skateboarder should know the history of this fantastic invention, totally American! Totally Jan & Dean! And no Drag Race circuit would be complete without their Hit, "Drag City", burn up that quarter mile...!

Posted by Barb on Sunday, 10.20.13 @ 21:14pm


Wow Barb

I like Jan an Dean !!!! but they didn't invent the skateboard.. They did invented the skyhook.. !!!! I use it often while singing Dead Mans Curve and Little Old Lady from Pasadena.. from my view in the sky while I swing from the air an clouds above ........
Can't live with out it..

Posted by cementwave on Tuesday, 10.22.13 @ 00:42am


I have been a Jan & Dean fan for long time! I still hear them on oldies stations once and a while in Wisconsin they should have been inducted with in the first 10 year of being elgiable for sure if not right away! They had 20 some top 100 hits!!! Alot more then most bands that are already inducted!

Posted by Tim on Thursday, 02.13.14 @ 19:14pm


Jan and Dean were great surf musicians. Jan was an absolute musical genius. They deserve to be included in the Hall. I love that surf sound after all of these years. Can't get enough of "Dead Man's Curve".

Posted by Fred on Wednesday, 01.7.15 @ 00:11am


Jan and Dean were a vital part of music in the 1960's. Their songs are iconic, memorable and all their own. They should definitely receive this honor, not only for all of the years of cutting records and having a distict sound but because of the inginuity Jan Berry displayed in record production. They should have been inducted a long time ago!

Posted by Anita R. on Wednesday, 02.25.15 @ 19:05pm


Lou Adler wants Jan and Dean inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Posted by Roy on Monday, 09.21.15 @ 14:02pm


JAN AND DEAN

THE BILLBOARD 200 ALBUMS CHART


01. 1963 - # 71 - Jan & Dean Take Linda Surfin'
02. 1963 - # 32 - Surf City (and Other Swingin' Cities)
03. 1963 - # 22 - Drag City
04. 1964 - # 80 - Dead Man's Curve / The New Girl In School
05. 1964 - # 66 - Ride the Wild Surf
06. 1964 - # 40 - The Little Old Lady from Pasadena
07. 1965 - # 33 - Command Performance - Live in Person
08. 1965 - # 107 - Jan & Dean Golden Hits Volume 2
09. 1965 - # 145 - Folk 'N Roll
10. 1966 - # 127 - Filet of Soul: A "Live" One

THE BILLBOARD 100 SINGLES CHART

01. 1959 - # 10 - Baby Talk
02. 1959 - # 97 - There's A Girl
03. 1959 - # 65 - Clementine
04. 1960 - # 53 - We Go Together
05. 1960 - # 81 - Gee
06. 1961 - # 25 - Heart And Soul
07. 1961 - # 95 - A Sunday Kind Of Cool
08. 1962 - # 69 - Tennessee
09. 1963 - # 28 - Linda
10. 1963 - # 1 - Surf City
11. 1963 - # 11 - Honolulu Lulu
12. 1963 - # 10 - Drag City
13. 1964 - # 8 - Dead Man's Curve
14. 1964 - # 37 - The New Girl In School
15. 1964 - # 3 - The Little Old Lady From Pasadena
16. 1964 - # 16 - Ride The Wild Surf
17. 1964 - # 77 - The Anaheim, Azusa & Cucamonga Sewing Circle
18. 1964 - # 25 - Sidewalk Surfin
19. 1965 - # 56 - (Here They Come) From All Over The World
20. 1965 - # 27 - You Really Know How To Hurt A Guy
21. 1965 - # 30 - I Found A Girl
22. 1966 - # 66 - Batman!
23. 1966 - # 21 - Popsicle
24. 1966 - # 93 - Fiddle Around

THE BILLBOARD BUBBLING UNDER 100 CHART

01. 1961 - # 104 - Wanted, One Girl
02. 1965 - # 109 - A Beginning From An End
03. 1967 - # 111 - Yellow Balloon
04. 1976 - # 107 - Sidewalk Surfin

Posted by Roy on Friday, 11.20.15 @ 06:33am


JAN AND DEAN

THE BILLBOARD 200 ALBUMS CHART

01. 1963 - # 71 - Jan & Dean Take Linda Surfin'
02. 1963 - # 32 - Surf City (and Other Swingin' Cities)
03. 1963 - # 22 - Drag City
04. 1964 - # 80 - Dead Man's Curve / The New Girl In School
05. 1964 - # 66 - Ride the Wild Surf
06. 1964 - # 40 - The Little Old Lady from Pasadena
07. 1965 - # 33 - Command Performance/Live in Person
08. 1965 - # 107 - Jan & Dean Golden Hits Volume 2
09. 1965 - # 145 - Folk 'N Roll
10. 1966 - # 127 - Filet of Soul: A "Live" One

THE BILLBOARD 100 SINGLES CHART

01. 1959 - # 10 - Baby Talk
02. 1959 - # 97 - There's A Girl
03. 1959 - # 65 - Clementine
04. 1960 - # 53 - We Go Together
05. 1960 - # 81 - Gee
06. 1961 - # 25 - Heart And Soul
07. 1961 - # 95 - A Sunday Kind Of Cool
08. 1962 - # 69 - Tennessee
09. 1963 - # 28 - Linda
10. 1963 - # 1 - Surf City
11. 1963 - # 11 - Honolulu Lulu
12. 1963 - # 10 - Drag City
13. 1964 - # 8 - Dead Man's Curve
14. 1964 - # 37 - The New Girl In School
15. 1964 - # 3 - The Little Old Lady From Pasadena
16. 1964 - # 16 - Ride The Wild Surf
17. 1964 - # 77 - The Anaheim, Azusa & Cucamonga Sewing Circle, Book Review And Timing Association
18. 1964 - # 25 - Sidewalk Surfin
19. 1965 - # 56 - (Here They Come) From All Over The World
20. 1965 - # 27 - You Really Know How To Hurt A Guy
21. 1965 - # 30 - I Found A Girl
22. 1966 - # 66 - Batman!
23. 1966 - # 21 - Popsicle
24. 1966 - # 93 - Fiddle Around

THE BILLBOARD BUBBLING UNDER 100 CHART

01. 1961 - # 104 - Wanted, One Girl
02. 1965 - # 109 - A Beginning From An End
03. 1967 - # 111 - Yellow Balloon
04. 1976 - # 107 - Sidewalk Surfin

Posted by Roy on Friday, 11.20.15 @ 12:47pm


What about Jan and Arnie?

Posted by Roy on Sunday, 11.22.15 @ 17:12pm


I realize everyone has their own opinion. But if for one second ANYONE believes that the HOF is not influenced by politics and bias, then they are seriously mistaken. Jan and Dean should definitely be in the hall of Fame. Period.

Posted by Joel on Monday, 06.6.16 @ 15:50pm


JAN AND DEAN

THE BILLBOARD 200 ALBUMS CHART

01. 1963 - # 71 - Jan & Dean Take Linda Surfin'
02. 1963 - # 32 - Surf City (and Other Swingin' Cities)
03. 1963 - # 22 - Drag City
04. 1964 - # 80 - Dead Man's Curve / The New Girl In School
05. 1964 - # 66 - Ride the Wild Surf
06. 1964 - # 40 - The Little Old Lady from Pasadena
07. 1965 - # 33 - Command Performance/Live in Person
08. 1965 - # 107 - Jan & Dean Golden Hits Volume 2
09. 1965 - # 145 - Folk 'N Roll
10. 1966 - # 127 - Filet of Soul: A "Live" One

THE BILLBOARD 100 SINGLES CHART

01. 1959 - # 10 - Baby Talk
02. 1959 - # 97 - There's A Girl
03. 1959 - # 65 - Clementine
04. 1960 - # 53 - We Go Together
05. 1960 - # 81 - Gee
06. 1961 - # 25 - Heart And Soul
07. 1961 - # 95 - A Sunday Kind Of Cool
08. 1962 - # 69 - Tennessee
09. 1963 - # 28 - Linda
10. 1963 - # 1 - Surf City
11. 1963 - # 11 - Honolulu Lulu
12. 1963 - # 10 - Drag City
13. 1964 - # 8 - Dead Man's Curve
14. 1964 - # 37 - The New Girl In School
15. 1964 - # 3 - The Little Old Lady From Pasadena
16. 1964 - # 16 - Ride The Wild Surf
17. 1964 - # 77 - The Anaheim, Azusa & Cucamonga Sewing Circle, Book Review And Timing Association
18. 1964 - # 25 - Sidewalk Surfin
19. 1965 - # 56 - (Here They Come) From All Over The World
20. 1965 - # 27 - You Really Know How To Hurt A Guy
21. 1965 - # 30 - I Found A Girl
22. 1966 - # 66 - Batman!
23. 1966 - # 21 - Popsicle
24. 1966 - # 93 - Fiddle Around

THE BILLBOARD BUBBLING UNDER 100 CHART

01. 1961 - # 104 - Wanted, One Girl
02. 1965 - # 109 - A Beginning From An End
03. 1967 - # 111 - Yellow Balloon
04. 1976 - # 107 - Sidewalk Surfin

Posted by Roy on Sunday, 06.25.17 @ 15:09pm


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