The Gamblers

The Gamblers were an American surf rock band formed in Los Angeles, California, in 1959. Distinguished by their vocal harmonies and early instrumental surf songs, the Gamblers are one of the first influential musical acts that recorded surf music, a genre popularized initially in Southern California. The group, lead by primary songwriter Derry Weaver, recorded the "Moon Dawg!" single in late 1959, acknowledged as the first known surf record released, and covered by West Coast groups such as the Beach Boys. In 1961, the group disbanded but its members, including Elliot Ingber, Larry Taylor, Bruce Johnston, and Sandy Nelson, went on to have successful music careers of their own.

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Don't Worry 'bout MeDe Rock 'n Roll Methode 19 (Indo Rock)2:11
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Moon Dawg!Surf Rock2:16
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The Power (Original Mix)The Power4:48
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PaperwallEarly Summer Campfire Songs3:04
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Done Got OverGig3:22
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Drunken Hearted BluesGig6:58
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Time Less WastedStraight No Chaser2:46
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Rollin ManGig3:41
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Black Brick RoadStraight No Chaser3:08
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I Dont Need No DoctorGig5:20
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