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"Primitiva Island" Radio Show (Exotic Music for Exotic People)
quispquake
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Posted: 2010-06-23 6:25 pm   Permalink

Hi all!

A month or so back, I started Maine's first (and only) Exotica radio show "Primitiva Island" which airs every Tuesday from 6-8 AM at
www.wrfr.org (or on the air at WRFR FM 93.3 in Rockland Maine). I've been a HUGE fan of Exotica music for years, and figured it was time to start playing for the masses...I archive the show usually at http://www.quispquake.info if you want to check it out. Here's this week's playlist, and if you like what you see, feel free to download the show:

Martin Denny-Aku Aku (Afro-Desia)
Latin Percussion-Taboo (Strange Bananas)
Surfmen-Forbidden Island (Sounds of Exotic Island)
Yma Sumac-Esjollo-Whip Dance (Legend of the Jivaro)
Irv Cottler-Ritual Fire Dance (Bongomania!)
Gene Rains-Bangkok Cock Fight (Rains In the Tropics)
Don Tiki-Primitiva (Skinny Dip With Don Tiki)
Christobal Chavez-Temptation (Tropical Fire)
Elisabeth Waldo-The Serpent & the Eagle (Rites of the Pagan)
Chick Floyd-Hula-La (Hula-La)
Poss Miyazaki-Ta-Huwahuww (Hawaiian Exotica)
Dominic Frontiere-Moon Goddess (Pagan Festival)
Combustible Edison-52 (Schizophrenia)
Bas Sheva w/Les Baxter-Lust (The Passions)
Haruomi Hosoni-Shambala Signal (Paraiso)
Clouseaux-Paraiso (Village of the Jammed)
Jack Nietschze-The Lonely Surfer (The Lonely Surfer)
Ethel Azama-Friendly Island (Exotic Dreams)
Out-Islanders-Return to Paradise (Polynesian Fantasy)
Phil Moore-Flamingo (Polynesian Paradise)
Steve Reid-Amazon (Bamboo Forest)
Robert Drasnin-Chant of the Moon (Voodoo!)
Milt Raskin-Koko Head (Kapu)
Marty Manning-Forbidden Planet (The Twilight Zone)
Nino Nardini & Roger Roger-Jungle Spell (Jungle Obsession)
Mr. Ho's Orchesterotica-China Clipper (Facebook DL)
Waitiki-Quiet Village (Charred Mammal Portions)
Martini Kings-Las Nuedas (Dance of the Virgin)
Esquivel-Carioca (Latin-Esque)
Tipsy-Liquordelic (Trip Tease)
Kava Kon-Tiki Sunrise (Departure Exotica)
Tiki Tones-Lava Flow (Idol Pleasures)
Martin Denny-Similau (Exotica)

I'll be at Ohana (my first Tiki event) and I'm really excited to hear this genre of music I love live...Hopefully I'll see some of you there!!!




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Vince Martini
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Posted: 2010-06-23 6:37 pm   Permalink

Quipsquake - mucho fabuloso!!! I have been grooving to the exotic sounds (of part one). Now I have this strange urge for a mai-tai! I am donning the fez and conjuring the spirit of the drunken monkey.

"Eee, Eee, Eee!!!"


Don Tiki-Primitiva is awesome! I need a copy of this cut.




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Vince Martini
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Posted: 2010-06-23 8:05 pm   Permalink

WAIT A SECOND!!!

At (or around) the 13 minute mark on part two, I distinctly heard a ferocious dog!

Yep, I played it back. THAT WAS A DOG, ALRIGHT!!!

Eee! Eee! Eee!!!


 
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fez monkey
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Posted: 2010-06-23 9:50 pm   Permalink

Great to see you at this. I make it to Rockport/Camden every year or so. What a scenic and serene place it is.

I don't suppose there's a local bar that features at least one tropical cocktail? That would be great.
Yeah I know, it's not the really the place for that kind of thing which would make it just that much more awesome.
I know Gilbert's would never do it but maybe that new Smokestack Grille place?

Rock, er, groove on.

- fm


 
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quispquake
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Posted: 2010-06-24 12:28 am   Permalink

Quote:

On 2010-06-23 20:05, Vince Martini wrote:
WAIT A SECOND!!!

At (or around) the 13 minute mark on part two, I distinctly heard a ferocious dog!

Yep, I played it back. THAT WAS A DOG, ALRIGHT!!!

Eee! Eee! Eee!!!


Yes, the dreaded "Shit-Poo" (my Shih-Tzu/Poodle mix dog) was screaming at absolutely nothing as he does rather often


 
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quispquake
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Posted: 2010-06-24 12:31 am   Permalink

Quote:

On 2010-06-23 21:50, fez monkey wrote:
Great to see you at this. I make it to Rockport/Camden every year or so. What a scenic and serene place it is.

I don't suppose there's a local bar that features at least one tropical cocktail? That would be great.
Yeah I know, it's not the really the place for that kind of thing which would make it just that much more awesome.
I know Gilbert's would never do it but maybe that new Smokestack Grille place?

Rock, er, groove on.

- fm


Nope, Rockport is definitely not known for it's tropical drinks (at least from what I've been able to find...) Now if spiked lobster juice is your thing...Maybe...


 
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Boom Boom Room
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Posted: 2010-07-01 11:41 am   Permalink

OK, so I just found your post last night and as of 2:32 PM I have listened to everything you have online. GREAT STUFF! Congratulations. I look forward to the next show. (There is one glitch by the way, the link to Part 2 of the 6/1 show is actually Part 2 of the 6/15 show.)

Great to meet you and your wife at Ohana. Fun times.


 
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quispquake
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Posted: 2010-07-01 2:42 pm   Permalink

Quote:

On 2010-07-01 11:41, Boom Boom Room wrote:
OK, so I just found your post last night and as of 2:32 PM I have listened to everything you have online. GREAT STUFF! Congratulations. I look forward to the next show. (There is one glitch by the way, the link to Part 2 of the 6/1 show is actually Part 2 of the 6/15 show.)

Great to meet you and your wife at Ohana. Fun times.


Thanks for the heads up...I fixed the link...and awesome to meet you too!!! Ohana was a gamechanger...I REALLY enjoyed it...Next episode of Primitiva Island will be an Ohana special (Tuesday the 6th).


 
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quispquake
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Posted: 2010-07-14 5:39 pm   Permalink

Hi all!!!

Just posted a special show:



The Ohana 2010 Special!!! I bought a ton of CD's at the show, and put together a special hour of music from the bands that played...

It can be downloaded at
http://www.quispquake.info/Audio/Primitiva.html

Enjoy!!!

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quispquake
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Posted: 2010-07-27 10:27 am   Permalink

A new episode of "Primitiva Island" has been posted...I featured the new "Beachcomber Trio" record on Dionysis, and played a healty variety methinks. You can download the show at http://www.quispquake.info



Playlist for 7-27-10
Martin Denny & Si Zentner-Jungle Train (Exotica Suite)
Out-Islanders-China Sea (Polynesian Fantasy)
Alex Stordahl-Lotus Land (Melodies D'Orient)
Tommy Morgan-Taboo (Tropicale)
Beachcomber Trio-Yellow Bird (Live at Kahiki 1965)
George Cates-My Isle of Golden Dreams (Polynesian Percussion)
Chick Floyd-Tahiti Les Tropiques (Hula La)
Jimmy Virani-Sleepy Lagoon (Is Beachcoming in Outer Space)
Don Ralke & Buddy Collette-Afro Bop (Bongo Madness)
Jack "Bongo" Burger-Mambo Burger (The End of Bongos)
Ken Nordine-Magenta (Colors)
Nino Nardini & Roger Roger-Jungle Mistery (Jungle Obsession)
Leroy Holmes-The Good, The Bad, & the Ugly
Tiki Joe's Ocean-Stoic Moai (Exoticating Waves of Tiki Joe's Ocean)
Yma Sumac-Sauma (Magic) (Legend of the Jivaro)
Billy Mure-Hawaiian Drums (Pink Hawaii)
Frank Hunter-Mist of Gorongoza (White Goddess)
Beachcomber Trio-Quiet Village (Live at Kahiki 1965)
Waitiki 7-Voodoo Love (New Sounds of Exotica)
Paul Conrad-In a Persian Market (Exotic Paradise)
Senor Coconut-Voodoo Dreams (Strange Bananas)
Skip Heller-Tomorrow, the Green Grass (Lua-O-Milo)
Fisherman-Swamp Song (Psycho Jungle Malfunction


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quispquake
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Posted: 2010-08-11 11:43 am   Permalink

This week...the Primitiva Island Outer Space Special!!! I tried doing this a month or so ago, but the mixing board at the radio station was having BIG problems...SO, when I did it THIS time, I did a two hour set (as opposed to just one hour). Lots of spacy exotica, and cool 50's & 60's space music of all types...You can download the show at:
http://www.quispquake.info/Audio/Primitiva.html

Here's this show's track list:

Bernard Herrman-Prelude/Outer Space/Radar (The Day the Earth Stood Still)
Attileo Mineo-Man Seeks the Future (Man In Space w/Sounds)
Frank Talley-Lonely Planet (Alien Planet)
Jimmy Virani-Moon of Manakoora (Beachcombing In Outer Space)
Dominic Frontiere-Venus Girl (Pagan Festival)
Don Ralke-Moon Goddess (Savage & Sensuous Bongos)
Milt Raskin-Moon Festival (Kapu)
Eden Ahbez-Full Moon (Eden's Island)
Marty Manning-Forbidden Planet (Twilight Zone)
Richard Marino-Out of This World (Out of This World)
Robert Drasnin-Chant of the Moon (Voodoo!)
Out-Islanders-Moon Mist (Ultra-Lounge Vol. 1)
Electric Frankenstein-Moon Walk (Hipsters a Go-Go)
Harry Breuer-Saturn Ski Jump (Electronic Toys)
Roger Roger & Nino Nardini-War of the Planets (Alien Planet)
Jerry Goldsmith-Vena's Dance (The Cage Soundtrack)
Ferrante & Teicher-How High the Moon (Blast Off!)

Louis & Bebe Barron-Main Title (Forbidden Planet)
Raymond Scott-Space Mystery (Manhattan Research)
Attileo Mineo-Gayway to Heaven (Man In Space With Sounds)
Dr. Samuel J. Hoffman-Lunar Rhapsody (Music Out of the Moon)
Russ Garcia-Monsters of Jupiter (Fantastica)
Tom Dissevelt & Kid Balton-Sonik Re-Entry (Song of the Second Moon)
Perrey & Kingsley-Carousel of the Planets (Essential P&K)
Joe Meek & Blue Men-Orbit Around the Moon (I See a New World)
Mystic Moods-Cosmic Sea (Awakening)
Combustible Edison-Call of the Space Siren (The Impossible World)
Tipsy-Nude on the Moon (Trip Tease)
Tiki Joe's Ocean-Islands In Space (Under the Midnight Sun)
Dick Hyman & Mary Mayo-Moon Gas (Moon Gas)
Ventures-One Step Beyond/Twilight Zone
Bernard Herrman-Twilight Zone



Enjoy!!!


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Kodyax
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Posted: 2010-08-30 10:36 am   Permalink

Is this on iTunes as a podcast? And if not would you consider offering it as such?
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fez monkey
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Posted: 2010-10-17 3:07 pm   Permalink

Sorry to get a bit off topic here, but I'm headed for Camden/Rockport this coming weekend for a one-week seminar.

My plane lands in Portland late Saturday the 23d where a hotel bed awaits my weary caress and then I have all day Sunday to make my way over to Camden - which I've been to 4 or 5 times over the past decade - where I'm planning to have dinner with my soon-to-be classmates. I plan to stop at Red's Lobster Shack along the way just to say I've done it, though I hear there's better.

Questions for you Maine types (I know only of Suffering Bastard and QuispQuake)
1. Any suggestions for what I could do for the first half of Sunday in Portland? I've never really explored it. It doesn't have to be tiki which is good since I understand none exists. A nice lunch looking out over the water would be sufficient excitement but anything that tantalizes the senses is of interest.

2. Any interest in meeting up in Camden or thereabouts for a drink one night?

Really, any suggestions you might have would be appreciated. I'm pretty good about finding adventure and road companions on my own but it never hurts to ask the locals. I look forward to listening to Primitiva Island live.

Feel free to PM me if you think it's inappropriate to further hijack this thread.


Cheers,
-fm


 
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quispquake
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Posted: 2010-10-20 07:19 am   Permalink



Well, I've been digressing from the "Exotica" format for the past two shows (and will digress AGAIN next week), as October is HALLOWEEN MUSIC TIME!!! I've put three two hour shows together, and have posted the first two at:

http://www.quispquake.info/Audio/halloween2010.htm

The third will be posted after the www.wrfr.org broadcast next Tuesday. Check the shows out if you like Halloween music...there's a happy variety going on...and HAPPY HALLOWEEN!!!


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quispquake
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Posted: 2011-01-08 05:35 am   Permalink



Hi Everyone!!!

After a couple of months of holidaze & health weirdness, "Primitiva Island" is back with the first (and certainly not last!) Exotica show of 2011!!! It's GREAT to be back to Exotica, and there's a fun play list this week...Check out the archive at
http://www.quispquake.info/Audio/Primitiva.html and I hope y'all enjoy the show!

Here's the playlist:

Martin Denny-Flamingo (Primitiva)
Chick Floyd-Hukilau (Little Grass Shack)
Charles Mauu-Tiare (Polynesia!)_
Tak Shindo-Bali Ha'i (Ultra Lounge Vol. 1 Mondo Exotica)
Bill Irwin-Desert Sands
Don Tiare-Bangkok Cockfight (Don Tiare Plays the Music of Les Baxter)
Robert Drasnin-Enchantment (Voodoo!)
Les Baxter-Harem Silks From Bombay (Ports of Pleasure)
Paul Conrad-Where Flamingos Fly (Exotic Paradise)
Waitiki 7-Sweet Pikake Serenade (New Sounds of Exotica)
Gene Rains-Jasmine & Jade (Rains In the Tropics)
Nino Nardini & Roger Roger-Tropical (Jungle Obsession)
Vincent Bell-Quiet Village (45)
Tiki Joe's Ocean-Christmas Island (Christmas w/Tiki Joe's Island)
Dean Elliott-The Lonesome Road (Zounds What Sounds)
Augie Colon-Primitiva (Chant of the Jungle)
Carl Stevens-Tsetse Fly (African Sounds)
Richard Marino_Bagdad Express (The Magic Beat
Gus Valie & His Casbah Ensemble-Zexpa (All Points East)
Mongo Santamaria-Fever (Strange Bananas)
Fisherman-Temple Party (S.S. Exotik) Mr. Ho's Orchesterotica-Mini Skirt (Unforgettable Sounds Of Esquivel)
Esquivel-Scheherazade (Strings Aflame)
Out Islanders-Honorable Hong Kong Romance (Ultra Lounge 8: Cocktail Capers)
Water Melon Group-Jungle Flower (Cool Music)
Ko-Tamae & Her Strings-Rokudan (Melodies of Japan)
Yma Sumac-Jivaro (Legend of the Jivaro)
Elisabeth Waldo-The Serpent & the Eagle (Rites of the Pagan)
John McFarland-Jungle Bells (Provocatif)
Don Tiki-Friendly Islands (South of the Boudoir)
Tito Puente-Dance of the Headhunters (Tambo!)
John Buzon Trio-Mr. Ghost Goes to Town (Ultra Lounge 11: Organs in Orbit)
Eden Ahbez-The Wanderer (Eden's Island)
Ukonu-Sapara (Real Native)
Sabu-Sorcery (Sorcery!)
Bobby Montez-African Fantasy (BongoMania)
Martin Denny-Song of the Bayou (Exotic Percussion)

Thanks for checking it out, and lots more shows coming soon!!!


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