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Dr. Zarkov’s Tiki Lounge 6-2-10 Playlist
Dr. Zarkov
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Posted: 2010-06-05 08:53 am   Permalink

Dr. Zarkov’s Tiki Lounge Playlist: June 2, 2010

This show we embarked on an extrapolative excursion into the blues – the fundamental foundation for much of America’s most popular musical contributions to the globular world of musical arts, ranging from crafting the core characteristics of jazz, rhythm & blues and rock, to imparting a full measure of imperative influentuality and infectious inflection to Hawaiian, Western Swing and other forms of pop music as well.

Listeners were encouraged to pour their blusitical booze into their most azurial or cobaltic tiki mug and settle in to savor the sweetest sounds this side of the exotic paradise that is Merrifield, Virginia.

Be sure to listen to Dr. Zarkov's Tiki Lounge next Wednesday, 5-6 P.M. Eastern Time, on Fairfax Public Access/WEBR Radio, which can be heard on the Internet at:
http://www.fcac.org/webr/live.htm


1) “Farewell Blues” the 1926 recording by Sol Hoopii & His Novelty Trio from the CD Collection: With My Little Ukulele in My Hand (Disc One) with George Kainapau on Uke

2) “St. Louis Blues” by Bob Brozman, Mike Auldridge & David Grisman from the CD: Tone Poems III – The Sounds of Great Slide & Resophonic Instruments

3) “Hula Blues” by Jules Ah See from the anthology: History of Hawaiian Steel Guitar (1940s)

4) “It's a Great, Great Pleasure” the 1950 recording by Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five from the CD Box Set of the same name, Disc E: 1949-50

5) “Hipster's Blues, Opus 6 7/8” by Harry “The Hipster” Gibson from the CD: Boogie Woogie in Blue with Harry “The Hipster” Gibson on Piano & Vocals, John Simmons on Bass, Sid Catlett on Drums, recorded in 1944

6) “Jungle Blues” by Jelly Roll Morton from the CD: Birth of the Hot: The Classic Chicago “Red Hot Peppers” Sessions (Recorded in 1926 and 1927)

7) “Funky Blues” by Charlie Parker from the collection: Tease – The Beat of Burlesque

“You've Been a Good Old Wagon” by Dinah Washington from the CD: The Best of the Roulette Years

9) “Bye Bye Blues” by Duke Robillard and Sunny Crownover from their tribute to Les Paul: Tales From the Tiki Lounge

10) “Pua/Be Still” by Bob Brozman (on Steel and Lap Guitar) and Ledward Kaapana (on Slack Key Guitar) from their CD: In the Saddle [”Pua” in Hawaiian is a flower named “Be Still”]

11) “Blues in the Night” Alvino Rey & His Orchestra, taken from the 1959 LP: Ping Pong, featured on the Ultra-Lounge CD collection: Space Capades – Atomic-Age Audities and Hi-Fi Hi-Jinks

12) “Back Down South” by Mose Allison from his 1982 recording: Middle Class White Boy, with Phil Upchurch on Guitar

13) “Delilah,” from the 1961 LP by Wes Montgomery, taken from his Riverside Profiles CD, with Milt Jackson on Vibes and Wynton Kelly on Piano

14) “A Stranger Called the Blues” by June Christy from her Classic LP: Something Cool, Arranged and Conducted by Pete Rugolo with Bud Shank on Alto Sax




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