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The song was first recorded in by the now sadly-departed Dick Dale and his Del-Tones. The surf-rock king was from a background of Lebanese and Polish-Belorussian immigrants, and was familiar and versed in Arabian and Mediterranean music. The song 'Misirlou' originally began life as a folk song that was well-known in Greece, Turkey, Armenia, and came to the US and the West through the breakup of the Ottoman Empire in the '20s. The earliest recording of the song was made in by Tetos Demetriades, however a recording by pianist Jan August in the '50s turned it into an American hit.
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Dick Dale: Surf rock pioneer and Pulp Fiction guitarist dies aged 81

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As it happens, Tarantino had mixtape sequencing in mind when he executive produced the album in , rearranging the way the songs play out on the track list the same way he played with chronology in the movie. The soundtrack made it to Number 21 on the Billboard and has since sold more three and a half million copies. And that approach has continued to define later Tarantino soundtracks like the ones for Jackie Brown and Django Unchained. By Kory Grow.
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Dick Dale & His Del-Tones

CNN Guitarist Dick Dale, whose fast, thunderous sound pioneered the California "surf rock" genre of the early s and gained a new generation of fans decades later through its appearance in "Pulp Fiction," has died. He was I'm sorry to hear about Dick Dale passing.
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Dale was credited with pioneering a genre of music based on Californian surf culture. His former bassist Sam Bolle says Dale — who had a career spanning six decades — passed away on Saturday night. He liked to say it was he and not the Beach Boys who invented surf music and some critics have said he was right. Director Quentin Tarantino used "Misirlou" to set the pace and build tension early in "Pulp Fiction" and the song also popped up in other movies, television commercials and video games. Tarantino said: "Having 'Misirlou' as your opening credit, it's just so intense.

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