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Misirlou (Pulp Fiction Theme) and Hava Nagila

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Uploaded on Nov 18, 2009

A surf guitar medley of the Greek classic "Misirlou" (trans. "Egyptian Girl"), and the Jewish folk song "Hava Nagila" (trans. "Let Us Rejoice"). Guitar and bass gear used was a Yamaha SGV800, Gomez El Sonido amp and G-spring reverb unit; drums programmed on an Alesis SR-16; audio recorded with a Sony PCM-D50, video with a Flip Mino HD;
audio mixed in Audacity, video edited in Adobe Premiere. Audio was pre-recorded to allow multiple camera angles and to improve overall sound quality. This medley was greatly inspired by the Surf Coasters version of "Misirlou" and Meshuggah Beach Party's "Hava Nagila", which of course were both inspired by the legendary Dick Dale.

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