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Dr. Zarkov’s Tiki Lounge 8-25-10 Playlist
Dr. Zarkov
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Posted: 2010-08-25 3:58 pm   Permalink

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
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his week was Part One of a two-part program focusing on the antecedents and influences on the Beat Generation writers.

Dr. Zarkov’s Tiki Lounge Playlist: August 18, 2010

1) “Jive Formation, Please” from the CD Box Set: Cab Calloway & His Orchestra, Volume 2, 1939-1940, With Dizzy Gillespie & Doc Cheatham on Trumpet; Milt Hinton on Bass; Chu Berry on Tenor Sax; Cozy Cole on Drums

2) “The San Francisco Scene” read by Jack Kerouac from the CD Box Set, The Beat Generation

3) Jack I’m Mellow” by Trixie Smith from the anthology: Reefer Madness

4) “Get Your Juices at the Deuces” the 1944 recording by Harry “The Hipster” Gibson from the CD: Boogie Woogie in Blue

5) “Scrapple From the Apple” the 1946 recording by the Charlie Parker Septet from the CD Box Set: Boss Bird – Studio Recordings 1944-5,1With Miles Davis on Trumpet, Lucky Thompson on Tenor Sax, Dodo Marmarosa on Piano, Arvin Garrison on Guitar, Vic McMillan on Bass and Roy Porter on Drums

6) “Parker’s Mood” the Charlie Parker tune sung by Mark Murphy from his CD: Timeless, With Murphy reading from Jack Kerouac’s novel, “The Subterraneans”

7) “Kerouac” recorded live by Jerry Newman at Minton’s in 1941 by Charlie Christian, Dizzy Gillespie & Thelonious Monk from the CD: Jazz Immortals. Newman was a friend of the then unknown Jack Kerouac and gave the song it’s title.

“Everybody’s Boppin’” from the CD collection of the same name by Lambert, Hendricks & Ross

9) “Sightseeing Boogie” the 1945 song by Slim Gaillard from the collection: Laughing in Rhythm

10) “Route 66 TV Show Theme” by Nelson Riddle & His Orchestra from the CD: Route 66/More Hit TV Themes

11) “Show Me the Way to Get Out of This World (‘Cause That’s Where Everything Is)” the 1950 song from The Capitol Collectors Series/Peggy Lee/Volume 1 – The Early Years

12) “Your Mind Is on Vacation” by Mose Allison from the CD of the same name

13) “Take Five” by Carmen McRae from the Supreme Jazz SACD: Live at Montreux, recorded in 1982, Composed by Paul Desmond & Iola Brubeck

14) “To Beat or Not to Beat” the 1956 recording by the Horace Silver Quintet from the Horace Silver Supreme Jazz Super Audio CD, with Silver on Piano, Hank Mobley on Tenor Sax, Joe Gordon on Trumpet, Doug Watkins on Bass and Kenny Clarke on Drums

15) “Pull My Daisy” From the CD: The Best of the Beat Generation by the David Amram Quintet with Lynn Sheffield on vocal, Music by David Amram, lyrics by Allen Ginsberg & Jack Kerouac, from the movie of the same name






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