Board bustin banshees from landlocked America! Surfin’ The Great Lakes takes a largely instrumental spin through surf rock and surf themed gems. It’s a massive swell of great music from Minneapolis’ Kay Bank Recordings in the ’60s! From the twistin’ twitcher Trashmen, stripped down Chuck Berry covers, Mancini jams cut by The Mustangs, to The Satisfactions doing their take on a Beach Boys B-side! This sonic tsunami of West Coast surf and R&B music from pasty Midwestern youth is largely tunes that floated below sea level for over 50 years but also some surf greats like The Vaqueros’ cold water longing for an “80 Foot Wave.” Surfs up! For Record Store Day on Seaglass Blue vinyl.