Jim Pash

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Jim Pash (December 23, 1948 – April 29, 2005) was an American musician and recording artist. Pash was originally the surf saxophonist for The Surfaris, an early California Surf rock group in the 1960s, known for the 1963 instrument hit Wipe Out.[1] In later years, Pash dedicated his time to his Harp of David project, a recreation of the original harp and song melodies used by King David of the Bible.[2] He died April 29, 2005, from congestive heart failure while waiting for a liver transplant. A United States Army veteran who served in the Vietnam War, Pash is buried at Riverside National Cemetery in Riverside, California.

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  1. ^ Paul Johnson (April 2005). "Eulogy for Jim Pash.". Retrieved February 28, 2008. [dead link]
  2. ^ Steven Lawson (June 2002). "Surfing For Jesus.". Retrieved February 28, 2008. 

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