Paul Johnson was among the founding fathers of browse guitar, composing the 1961 vintage “Mr. Moto” for his music group the Bel Airs. He floated round the genre for a long time after their separation, eventually assisting the revival from the genre along with his use the Packards within the ’80s. The ’90s discovered him becoming a member of the Surfaris for touring reasons, in addition to helping to type the Duo-Tones with “Pipeline” writer Gil Orr. Throughout everything, he also released many solo releases which were a hit within the browse rock underground.