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|Posted: 2011-06-30 09:20 am  Permalink|
This week’s show was a celebration of Independence Day. Next week will continue with a focus on surfing (and not just surf guitar music, either).
Dr. Zarkov’s Tiki Lounge can be heard every Wednesday from 5 to 6 p.m. Eastern Time on the Internet at: www.radiofairfax.org Unfortunately, this show is only broadcast live; there are no recorded shows archived that you can listen to. However, some fans record the live broadcasts on their computers to listen to in the future.
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Dr. Zarkov’s Tiki Lounge Playlist: June 29, 2011
1) “Kohala March” the 1914 recording By Irene West’s Royal Hawaiians, featuring Lua & Kaili, from the CD Box Set: It’s Hotter in Hawaii.
2) “Stars and Stripes Forever” By the Opihi Pickers Featuring Imua Garza, from the collection: Legends of the Ukulele – Hawaiian Masters.
3) “Over the Rainbow” By Martin Taylor on Guitar & David Grisman on Mandolin, from the CD: Tone Poems II.
4) “Honolulu March” the 1930 version performed by Palakiko & Paaluhi, from the CD Box Set: “Steelin’ It – The Steel Guitar Story” Featuring Frank Ferera on Steel Guitar and John K. Paluhi on Acoustic Guitar.
5) “Under a Texas Moon” The 1930 song by King Nawahi’s Hawaiians, taken from the anthology: From Honolulu to Hollywood – Jazz, Blues & Popular Specialties Performed Hawaiian Style.
6) “Rum 'n Coca Cola” By Na Leo from their CD: Local Boys, Composed by Trinidadian Calypso singer Lord Invader, but later stolen by & mistakenly credited to Morey Amsterdam.
7) “Bugle Call Rag” The 1937 tune by Roy Smeck from his CD: Hawaiian Guitar, Banjo, Ukulele & Guitar – 1926-1949.
“Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy (From Company B)” By The Puppini Sisters from their CD: Betcha Bottom Dollar.
9) “Hawaiian Hula Eyes” By the Randy Oness' Select Hawaiian Serenaders, from the CD: Territorial Airwaves – Radio Hula. Composed in the 1940s by William Harbottle during WWII: Some lyrics were classified during the war because they mentioned Lunga Bay on Guadalcanal.
10) “Fight for Your Right” the Beastie Boys composition taken from the CD: The Sunny Side of the Moon – The Best of Richard Cheese & Lounge Against the Machine.
11) “When My Dreamboat Comes Home” the 1952 recording from the collection: Songs by Kay Starr.
12) “Hollywood Nocturne” by The Brian Setzer Orchestra from their CD: The Dirty Boogie.
13) “Wonderful Land” the 1962 song by The Shadows from their collection: 30 All Time Greatest Hits [Yes, I’m aware that they were British].
14) “Mocha Jazz” from the collection: Exotica – The Sensuous Sounds of the Sonny Lester Orchestra Featuring Al Caiola on Electric Guitar.
15) “Riders in the Sky” the 1963 song from the CD: King of the Surf Guitar: The Best of Dick Dale & His Del-Tones.
16) “Bopularity” by The Matt Catingub Big Band from the CD: My Mommy & Me.