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The Tornadoes were an American surf band from Redlands, California. They were the second band to receive national airplay with a surf instrumental, after The Markettswith their song "Bustin' Surfboards", released on Aertaun Records in One The Hollywood Tornadoes* - Moon Dawg its distinctions, and appeals, was that the song opened with the sound of an ocean swell that continued throughout the song, thereby creating a sense of being at a beach.

The album with the same name was belatedly released on September 20, The band, however, did not manage to follow up on their success. Their song "Shootin' Beavers" was banned from airplay because of its suggestive title. The band temporarily changed their name to The Hollywood Tornadoesbecause the British band, The Tornadoswere charting with the song " Telstar.

The Tornadoes continued to perform through Members as of including four members of the original band were brothers Gerald bass and Norman "Roly" Sanders lead guitartheir cousin Jesse Sanders rhythm guitarLeonard Delaney drums and Joel Willenbring saxophone.

Inthey released a CD called Now and Then on the Crossfire Publications label containing 29 tracks, including live recordings from their performance at the Zappanale concert in Germany incuts from a CD,and two new recordings. The band announced on their website [2] that they would retire and cease performing as of Novemberbut the band has since decided to continue.

During a conversation with Crossfire Publications head, Greg Russo, on July 13,Tornadoes leader Gerald Sanders confirmed that the band was still active. The Hollywood Tornadoes* - Moon Dawg band member Leonard Delaney died on October 5,aged 71, in San Bernardino, Californiafrom complications of Alzheimer's disease.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the American band The Tornadoes. For the British pop Stan I Hrana - Peđa Vranešević* - Nema Zemlja, see The Tornados. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Rolling Stone magazine. Retrieved 7 July Retrieved 14 October Categories : Surf music groups Rock music groups from California Musical groups established Stalemate - Screaming Mechanical Brain - There Is No God In Space United States rock musical group stubs.

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  1. "Moon Dawg" / "The Inebriated Surfer" Aertaun Records () (Issued as The Hollywood Tornadoes) "Phantom Surfer" / "Shootin' Beavers" Aertaun Records () "Phantom Surfer" / "Lightnin'" Aertaun Records () ("Lightnin'" is an instrumental version of "Shootin' Beavers")Genres: Surf rock.
  2. December , the band releases their second 7", but as the Hollywood Tornadoes. This, to avoid confusion with a British band with the same name. The same month, Aerni sends the band to the Zappa / Buff Pal recording studio in Cucamonga to record 'Moon Dawg' and 'The Inebriated Surfer'. Both tracks were engineerd by Frank Zappa.
  3. Originally known as "The Vaqueros", the band also used the name "The Hollywood Tornadoes" to avoid confusion with english band The Tornados (who were in the US charts with the track "Telstar"). Current members: Gerald Sanders (Bass Guitar, Lead Vocals) Norman Sanders (Lead Guitar, Vocals) Jesse Sanders (Rhythm Guitar, Vocals) Leonard Delaney (Drums).
  4. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about The Hollywood Tornadoes* - Moon Dawg at Discogs. Complete your The Hollywood Tornadoes* collection.5/5(1).
  5. Both tracks have also been re-released on The Tornadoes: Now And Then CD. Go to Crossfire Publications to get it. Official MP3 download of the tracks can be bought from CDBaby. Links to the albums are found below. "Moon Dawg": Dave Aerni Presents .
  6. Sep 18,  · AERTAUN RECORDS US Our new desktop experience was built to be your music destination. Listen to official albums & more.
  7. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Moon Dawg on Discogs. Label: Aertaun - • Format: Vinyl 7 The Hollywood Tornadoes* - Moon Dawg (, Vinyl) | Discogs5/5(1).

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