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|Posted: 2010-03-26 05:50 am  Permalink|
How did Number Eight turn into a smiley face with sunglasses?
After this episode, I'm thinking of adopting a new motto for my show: "Nothing But Left Turns."
Dr. Zarkov’s Tiki Lounge Playlist: March 24, 2010
1) “Adventures in Paradise” by Greg Sardinha from the anthology: Legends of the Hawaiian Steel Guitar
2) “Waikiki Serenade” by The Tikiyaki Orchestra from their CD: Stereoexotique
3) “Coronation” the Les Baxter composition performed by the Waitiki 7 from their CD: Adventures in Paradise
4) “Bijou” by Lambert, Hendricks & Ross from their recording: Everybody’s Boppin’
5) “Caravan” by 80 Drums Around the World from the Previously Unreleased 1961 recording included on the CD collection: Ultra-Lounge Mondo Exotica – Mysterious Melodies & Tropical Tiki Tunes
6) “Sacred Island (Moku La’a)” by Taj Mahal and the Hula Blues Band from their CD: Sacred Island
7) “Exotic” by The Original Surfaris from the CD: Lost Legends of Surf Guitar, Vol. 1, Big Noise From Waimea!
“Tropical Night” from the CD collection: Taboo – The Exotic Sounds of Arthur Lyman
9) “Sombrero Hula” by The Buckarettes, the pride of Albuquerque, from their self-titled CD
10) “Lush Life” by Tito Puente from the 1985 recording: Mambo Diablo, included as Disc Two of the two-CD set: Party at Puente’s Place
11) “An Elephant’s Swan Song” by The Thai Elephant Orchestra (Thailand) from the collection: Music Rough Guides Off the Beaten Track, Compiled by Phil Stanton [ORCHESTRA COMPRISED ENTIRELY OF ELEPHANTS!]
12) “Pinball Wizard” by Sandy Nelson from the LP: The Very Best of Sandy Nelson [Taken from the Mojo magazine tribute compilation: The Who Covered]
13) “I Can See for Miles” by Lord Sitar from the recording of the same name [Taken from the Mojo magazine tribute compilation: The Who Covered]
14) “Aao Gidha Palay-Eh” by Sukshinder Shinda from the CD: Bhangra Dance Hits
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