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Rehabilitating Surf Rock, Part 2.

Rock and roll historian Ed Ward continues his look at the history of surf music. (We're talkin' Beach Boys, we're talkin' Jan and Dean, we're talkin' the MIGHTY CHANTAYS!!!!)

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Other segments from the episode on June 15, 1990

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, June 15, 1990: Interview with Red Rodney; Commentary on surf music; Interview with Hettie Jones; Commentary on Billboard's world music chart.

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