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carlosrossi
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Posted: 2010-07-26 4:32 pm   Permalink

Another cool and bizarre band I found was the Mount Fuji Doomjazz Corporation.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n1SbYeD1ZyM&feature=related

not too exotica esque, but definitely a strange form of Jazz and Lounge..
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Thunderlips
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Posted: 2010-07-28 10:13 am   Permalink

Hope this fits the criteria. Listening to it in my home bar with the lights turned low always gives me an eerie feeling.

ALICE ARMAND "To Hawaii's Shore"


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carlosrossi
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Posted: 2010-08-02 12:03 pm   Permalink

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On 2010-07-28 10:13, Thunderlips wrote:
Hope this fits the criteria. Listening to it in my home bar with the lights turned low always gives me an eerie feeling.

ALICE ARMAND "To Hawaii's Shore"






I like it because it's SLOW, and definitely eerie! Is this an old track? It's hard to tell these days what's new, and what's old!
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Luckydesigns
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Posted: 2010-08-02 1:00 pm   Permalink

The Hula Girls' new album has a super cool exotica song on it. Stright from Lex Baster-land... It features the master of haunting steel guitar, Blue Hawaiian, Gary Brandin, on it. It also features the drummer of punk legends, X, DJ Bonebrake, on vibes... Crazy Al is on there too, playing coconuts and performing bird calls and other jungle sounds...

Anyway, we called it 'The Hidden Village' in tribute to the back room at Don the Beachcombers... The album art was shot at Don's too.... You'll be able to preview the song on iTunes, shortly, but as of now, you can order the album here:
www.thehulagirlsband.com

It's seriously one of my favorite tracks on the album!!

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Thunderlips
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Posted: 2010-08-02 4:54 pm   Permalink

Quote:

On 2010-08-02 12:03, carlosrossi wrote:

I like it because it's SLOW, and definitely eerie! Is this an old track? It's hard to tell these days what's new, and what's old!




Agreed.

It was originally posted on
WAXIDERMY and according to them it's old (1940s?) although they don't seem to know much more about it than that.

Subsequent internet searches for Ms.Armand have turned up very little besides bit parts ("Clerk, "Secretary," "Model," etc.) in several movies circa 1940.

Scant biographical information often enhances a weird record's appeal.

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carlosrossi
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Posted: 2010-08-11 09:53 am   Permalink

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On 2010-08-02 13:00, Luckydesigns wrote:
The Hula Girls' new album has a super cool exotica song on it. Stright from Lex Baster-land... It features the master of haunting steel guitar, Blue Hawaiian, Gary Brandin, on it. It also features the drummer of punk legends, X, DJ Bonebrake, on vibes... Crazy Al is on there too, playing coconuts and performing bird calls and other jungle sounds...

Anyway, we called it 'The Hidden Village' in tribute to the back room at Don the Beachcombers... The album art was shot at Don's too.... You'll be able to preview the song on iTunes, shortly, but as of now, you can order the album here:
http://www.thehulagirlsband.com

It's seriously one of my favorite tracks on the album!!





Thanks! I'll be sure to check it out! I'm diggin' the influences!
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carlosrossi
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Posted: 2010-09-28 2:08 pm   Permalink

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NiYabLhIEmM

great song. very modern exotica sounding..
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Jeff Central
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Posted: 2010-09-29 06:31 am   Permalink

Quote:

On 2010-09-28 14:08, carlosrossi wrote:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NiYabLhIEmM

great song. very modern exotica sounding..




This is incredible!!


 
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Mr. NoNaMe
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Posted: 2010-09-29 11:26 am   Permalink

How about Truus de Groot? I only have Muzotica & Rancho Exotica. Both albums shoult fit in well with your sets. www.truus.net Also, her Salton Sea project music would work.

And then there's Sex Mob's Sexotica album and his other jazzy stuff as well. www.stevenbernstein.net

Erik the Red


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carlosrossi
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Posted: 2011-05-08 10:18 pm   Permalink

been working on my own sounds as of late!

http://soundcloud.com/carlosrossi

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