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Surfing on the Gold Coast, Australia Each surf break is different, since the underwater topography of one place is unlike any other. At beach breaks, the sandbanks can change shape from week to week, so it takes commitment to get good waves. The saying "You should have been here yesterday," became a commonly used phrase for bad conditions. The quest for perfect surf has given rise to a field of tourism based on the surfing adventure. Yacht charters and surf camps offer surfers access to the high quality surf found in remote, tropical locations, where tradewinds ensure offshore conditions. Along with the rarity of what surfers consider truly perfect surf conditions due to changing weather and surf condition and the inevitable hunt for great waves, surfers often become dedicated to their sport in a way that precludes a more traditional life.

Surfing, instead, becomes their lifestyle. The goals of those who practice the sport vary, but throughout its history, many have seen surfing as more than a sport, as an opportunity to harness the waves and to relax and forget about their daily routines. Surfers have veered from even this beaten path, and foregone the traditional goals of first world culture in the hunt for a continual ' stoke ', harmony with life, their surfing, and the ocean. These " Soul Surfers " are a vibrant and long-standing sub-group. A surf break that forms great surfable waves may easily become a coveted commodity, especially if the wave only breaks there rarely. If this break is near a large population center with many surfers, territorialism often arises.

Regular surfers who nams. around a desirable surf break may often guard it jealously, hence the expression "locals only. Localism is expressed when surfers Surfer girl names. Surf culture involved in verbal or physical threats or abuse to deter people from surfing at certain surf spots. It is based in part on the belief that fewer people mean more waves per surfer. Fistral Suf showing the beach bar setup ready for the Boardmasters Festival Some locals have been known to form loose gangs that surf in a certain break or beach and fiercely protect their "territory" from outsiders. In Southern California, at the Venice and Santa Monica beaches, local surfers are especially hostile to the surfers from the San Fernando Valley whom they dub "vallies" or "valley kooks".

The expression "Surf Nazi" arose in the s to describe territorial, aggressive, and obsessive surfers, often involved in surf gangs or surf clubs. The term "Surf Nazi" was originally used simply to denote the strict territorialism, violence and hostility to outsiders and the absolute obsession with surfing that was characteristic in the so-called "surf nazis. Some surf clubs in the s, particularly at Windansea in La Jolla, embraced the term by using the swastika symbol on their boards and identified with Nazism as a counterculture though this may have just been an effort to keep out or scare non-locals and may have been a tongue-in-cheek embrace of the "surf nazi" label as a form of rebellion.

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Its regional performances belie even these higher national peaks, having risen to 1 in Surffer in Los Angeles four weeksSan Sur six weeksUSrfer, Boston and Dallas—all major Surfr where it was among the very biggest hits that year; and runner-up or top three in Washington DC, Toronto, Montreal, Sacramento, Minneapolis, Columbus, Pittsburgh. The single also peaked in the U. In the World Pacific Studios sessions recording of the song was issued on Era Records as a single with another artist on the B-side, thus seeing the first official release of the early Surfer Girl recording.

The single however failed to make any impact on the charts. However the record failed to chart. In Australia the single peaked at number 8 on the charts in October and thus became the band's second top 10 hit in Australia. Album and alternate releases[ edit ] The song was first released on an album in on the band's Surfer Girl album. A binaural mix of the song was released on the compilation Endless Harmony Soundtrack. This mix featured the instrumental recording on one channel and the vocal recording on the other channel. Live versions[ edit ] The first live version of the song to be released was on the band's live album The Beach Boys in Concert which featured Alan Jardine on lead vocal and Billy Hinsche on the falsetto vocal.

Ina live rendition was recorded, though not released until on the Good Timin': Live at Knebworth England live album. Footage from the concert was also released on video and DVD format. There is also a live rehearsal of the song on the Good Vibrations box set. The band also performed the song on The T. The concert was released as a film in featuring the Beach Boys performance.

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