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Pacific Vibrations (1970)

G | | Documentary, Music
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Jock Sutherland ... Himself
Bill Hamilton ... Himself
Rolf Aurness ... Himself
David Nuuhiwa ... Himself
Merv Larson ... Himself
Jeff Hakman ... Himself
Mike Tabeling ... Himself
Corky Carroll ... Himself
Rick Griffin ... Himself
Angie Reno ... Himself
Brad McCaul ... Himself
Spyder Wills ... Himself
... Himself
Chuck Dent ... Himself
Steve Bigler ... Himself
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If you value your brain, leave it at home! See more »

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Featured in Plages des 60's: Malibu: Surf Forever (2010) See more »

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Tales of Brave Ulysees
Written by Eric Clapton and Martin Sharp
Performed by Cream
Courtesy of Polydor Records
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Good movie, good music with 60's sensibilities
9 October 2006 | by See all my reviews

This movie is a breath of fresh air and surf. The big waves, the interviews and the music make this one of the more enjoyable films I have seen.

The title song "Pacific Vibrations" by "Sky Oats" was actually created by some really good studio musicians (Jim Keltner on drums, Rob Edwards on guitar, Rick Lancelot vocals, Randy Nauert bass) -- perfect driving music for gnarly pounders. Other music is good too, especially "Cream", but I think there were copyright or some other issues that prevents this movie from being distributed--I hope they straighten them out and release it!

The movie is down to earth with some funny interviews and great surfing. It gives an environmental twist that is practical and vital for surfers but not preachy. There are some psychedelic waves and images that are very trippy and graphics by Rick Griffin. Kowabunga!


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