This Longboarder Listening to Jazz Proves Surfing Really Is a Dance

This Longboarder Listening to Jazz Proves Surfing Really Is a Dance

But throwing on a set of waterproof headphones with an mp3 player is a pretty taboo concept that probably won’t catch on in surfing anytime soon, so watching people as they surf to their own soundtrack isn’t something we can expect much of.

Surfing shouldn’t really have its own specific type of music.  There isn’t a genre or a style that could honestly and wholly sum up the way each person experiences riding a wave.

It’s proof that jazz tunes set some pretty good surfing vibes, and it’s also a reason we call it “the dance.

Four minutes and 30 seconds of English longboarder Sam Bleakley groovin’ and surfing to trumpet playing jazz icon Wynton Marsalis.

One surfer might be aggressive, surfing a wave like for some reason he’s angry at it.

Step N’ Soul, when Surfing sync to Jazz from Jablon Productions on Vimeo.

Read more here: The Inertia

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