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The Sentinals were among the host of start-up combos to have emerged from the fertile environs of California's Central Coast scene circa the early '60s. After scoring some regional fame and issuing a handful of 45s -- most notably the haunting "Latinia" -- on local independent labels, they were signed to the premiere surf imprint, Del-Fi, in the summer of 1963. While co-founder Tommy Nunes (guitar) provided the lion's share of the tunes for the Big Surf! album, the Sentinals likewise reworked a few selections that had already made an impact on the burgeoning coastline craze. Their open-throttled reading of the Isley Brothers' "Shout," the equally rousing rendition of the Beach Boys' "Surfin'," and the compact arrangement of R&B guitarist Freddie King's signature song, "Hideaway," are but a few. But one of the more peculiar covers is derived from the pen of Argentinean-born composer Lalo Schifrin, who would become best known for the theme to Mission Impossible. Years earlier, Schifrin had gained notice with several Latin-flavored jazz instrumentals, "Latin Soul" being one of his first. Interestingly, the band shared no less than five sides with Bob Vaught & the Renegaids, whose 1963 Surf Crazy LP included "Exotic," "Intoxico," "Surfin' Tragedy," Nunes' own "Latinia," and "Tor-Chula," based on the Champs' "Tequila." The title track, the gritty "Revellion," and the somewhat typical midtempo stomp "Sunset Beach" are a few of the other key entries. [In 2004 Collectors' Choice Music began restoring the Del-Fi catalog, and paired Big Surf! along with its follow-up, Surfer Girl (also from 1963), onto a single CD, much in the same fashion as Del-Fi had done on their out of print 1999 Sunset Beach: The Best of the Sentinals compilation.]

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1
Big Surf (LP Version)
00:02:18

T Nunes, Writer - The Sentinals, MainArtist

© 2004 Warner Strategic Marketing ℗ 1963 Del-Fi Records

2
Exotic (LP Version)
00:02:03

The Sentinals, MainArtist - B Morgan, Writer

© 2004 Warner Strategic Marketing ℗ 1963 Del-Fi Records

3
Latin'ia (LP Version)
00:02:30

T Nunes, Writer - The Sentinals, MainArtist

© 2004 Warner Strategic Marketing ℗ 1963 Del-Fi Records

4
Tuff Soul (LP Version)
00:03:10

N Knowles, Writer - The Sentinals, MainArtist

© 2004 Warner Strategic Marketing ℗ 1963 Del-Fi Records

5
Revellion (LP Version)
00:01:14

T Nunes, Writer - The Sentinals, MainArtist

© 2004 Warner Strategic Marketing ℗ 1963 Del-Fi Records

6
Pismo Beach (LP Version)
00:02:24

T Nunes, Writer - The Sentinals, MainArtist

© 2004 Warner Strategic Marketing ℗ 1963 Del-Fi Records

7
Shout (LP Version)
00:02:55

O. Isley, Writer - R. ISLEY., Writer - The Sentinals, MainArtist

© 2004 Warner Strategic Marketing ℗ 1963 Del-Fi Records

8
Tor-Chula (LP Version)
00:02:11

T Nunes, Writer - The Sentinals, MainArtist

© 2004 Warner Strategic Marketing ℗ 1963 Del-Fi Records

9
Sunset Beach (LP Version)
00:02:09

T Nunes, Writer - The Sentinals, MainArtist

© 2004 Warner Strategic Marketing ℗ 1963 Del-Fi Records

10
Surfin' (LP Version)
00:01:53

M. Love, Writer - Brian Wilson, Writer - The Sentinals, MainArtist

© 2004 Warner Strategic Marketing ℗ 1963 Del-Fi Records

11
Intoxico (LP Version)
00:01:56

D Darnold, Writer - N Knowles, Writer - The Sentinals, MainArtist

© 2004 Warner Strategic Marketing ℗ 1963 Del-Fi Records

12
Latin Soul (LP Version)
00:02:03

L. Schifrin, Writer - J. D'ANDREA, Writer - The Sentinals, MainArtist

© 2004 Warner Strategic Marketing ℗ 1963 Del-Fi Records

13
Hide Away (LP Version)
00:02:08

F. King, Writer - The Sentinals, MainArtist

© 2004 Warner Strategic Marketing ℗ 1963 Del-Fi Records

14
Surfin' Tragedy (LP Version)
00:02:11

The Sentinals, MainArtist - R. Hafner, Writer - T. Hilder, Writer

© 2004 Warner Strategic Marketing ℗ 1963 Del-Fi Records

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The Sentinals were among the host of start-up combos to have emerged from the fertile environs of California's Central Coast scene circa the early '60s. After scoring some regional fame and issuing a handful of 45s -- most notably the haunting "Latinia" -- on local independent labels, they were signed to the premiere surf imprint, Del-Fi, in the summer of 1963. While co-founder Tommy Nunes (guitar) provided the lion's share of the tunes for the Big Surf! album, the Sentinals likewise reworked a few selections that had already made an impact on the burgeoning coastline craze. Their open-throttled reading of the Isley Brothers' "Shout," the equally rousing rendition of the Beach Boys' "Surfin'," and the compact arrangement of R&B guitarist Freddie King's signature song, "Hideaway," are but a few. But one of the more peculiar covers is derived from the pen of Argentinean-born composer Lalo Schifrin, who would become best known for the theme to Mission Impossible. Years earlier, Schifrin had gained notice with several Latin-flavored jazz instrumentals, "Latin Soul" being one of his first. Interestingly, the band shared no less than five sides with Bob Vaught & the Renegaids, whose 1963 Surf Crazy LP included "Exotic," "Intoxico," "Surfin' Tragedy," Nunes' own "Latinia," and "Tor-Chula," based on the Champs' "Tequila." The title track, the gritty "Revellion," and the somewhat typical midtempo stomp "Sunset Beach" are a few of the other key entries. [In 2004 Collectors' Choice Music began restoring the Del-Fi catalog, and paired Big Surf! along with its follow-up, Surfer Girl (also from 1963), onto a single CD, much in the same fashion as Del-Fi had done on their out of print 1999 Sunset Beach: The Best of the Sentinals compilation.]

© Lindsay Planer /TiVo

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