The Endless Summer II
"The Endless Summer II" is a great surfer album (even if it varies significantly from any semblance to traditional 'surf' music), full of great rock and hard rock instrumental guitar work by Gary Hoey, and a track with surf guitar king Dick Dale, "Shake & Stomp (Part II)". Hoey has filled the CD with tunes of differing feels, from the ska treatment of "Theme From Endless Summer" to the funky blues of "Sweet Water" to the '70s guitar sound of "Pipe". "The Endless Summer II" also features another excellent Hoey cover tune, "Low Rider". The entire CD was recorded in 12 days, start to finish!
|03:10||Walkin' The Nose||Instrumental|
|04:08||La Rosa Negra||Instrumental|
|03:36||Linus And Lucy||Instrumental|
|02:47||Shake & Stomp (Part II)||Instrumental|
|03:37||Theme From The Endless Summer||Instrumental|
|Gary Hoey||Guitars, Production|
|Dick Dale||Guitar on "Shake And Stomp (Part II)"|
|Ron Eglit||Bass on "Shake And Stomp (Part II)"|
|David Haynes||Drums on "Shake And Stomp (Part II)"|
|Dave Kaplan||Production, Management|
|Jean-Marie Horvat||Associate Production, Engineering, Mixing|
|Roberta Petersen||Executive Production|
|Joel Sill||Executive Production|
|Lonnie Sill||Executive Production|
|Jeff Hendrickson||Tracking Engineering|
|Mike Ainsworth||Engineering Assistance|
|Manny Marroquin||Engineering Assistance|
|Scott Sebring||Engineering Assistance|
|David Dill||Engineering on "Shake And Stomp (Part II)"|
|Toby Emmerich||Executive in Charge of Music for New Line Cinema|
|Niels Schroeter||Management, Production (and Everything Else) Coordination|
|Terie Ramsey||Unbelievable First-Class Assistance|
|Marylou Eales||Film Music Coordination (and Canuck)|
|Laurie Soriano||Legal Representation|
|Lawrence Rudolph||Business Management|
|Kim Champagne||Art Direction|
|F. Scott Schafer||Photography|
|All songs written by Gary Hoey except "Low Rider" (Sylvester Allen/Harold Ray Brown/Morris Dickerson/Leroy Jordan/Lee Oskar/Charles Miller/Howard Scott), "Linus And Lucy" (Vince Guaraldi), "Theme From The Endless Summer" (Gaston Georis/John Blakely) and "Shake & Stomp (Part II)" (Dick Dale). Music By Gary Hoey.
Recorded at Track Record Studios, North Hollywood, CA and Red Zone Studios, Burbank, CA
In keeping with the Hoey tradition, this album was recorded in the 12 days from March 31-April 2 and April 4-12, 1994, in order to preserve the live feel. Hope you dig it!
Mixed at Enterprise Studios, Burbank, CA.
Mastered at Bernie Grundman Mastering.
Film photography by New Line Cinema.