The Atlantics have been one of my favorite surf instrumental bands since I purchased a used jukebox copy of Bombora/Greensleeves back in the late 1960s.
The group had no trouble emulating the sound of Dick Dale & the Del-Tones and other California surf bands despite the fact that they hailed from Australia. Bombora topped the Australian chart in 1963 and was a big hit in Italy, but had almost no impact in North America. The followup, The Crusher, was also a hit in their native land. Despite several first-rate instrumental albums and more singles, that was the extent of their chart action.
On the flip side of Bombora was a version of the standard Greensleeves, an English folk song that dates from the 16th century. It's more recent popularity derives from composer Ralph Vaughan Williams's Fantasia on Greensleeves (1934).
After the success of the Bombora single there was of course a similarly titled LP.
Many of the Atlantics' recordings are available on CD including a fine "best of" collection from CD Baby. A similar selection of albums is sold as downloads on iTunes and elsewhere.
Here's the group's big hit.