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Dr. Zarkov’s Tiki Lounge Playlist: September 7, 2011
On this week’s show we bundled on down to Brazil for a relaxing visit to the land of the Samba, Bossa Nova and Caipirinhas.
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1) “Kid Cavaquinho” by Joao Bosco from the collection: A Night in Brazil – The Music of Brazil. Featuring the four-string Cavaquinho, the parent of ukulele: Called the machete in the Portuguese Atlantic islands and Brazil, and also known as the manchete or marchete, braguinha or braguinho, or cavaco.
2) “Black Orpheus” by Bill Tapia from his CD: Duke of Uke, Recorded in 2003 when he was 95 years old, with Byron Yasui on String Bass and Benny Chong on Guitar.
3) “Coquette” by the Hot Club of Detroit from their recording: Night Town, with Band Leader Evan Perri on Lead Acoustic Guitar; Julien Labro on Accordina; Carl Cafagna on Tenor Sax; Paul Brady on Steel & Nylon String Rhythm Guitars; and Shannon Wade on String Bass.
4) “Kona Wind” by Herb Ohta Sr. (also known as Ohta-San) from the compilation: Legends of the Ukulele – Hawaiian Masters.
5) “Tangerine” from the CD: Two for Brazil Goes to the Movies, with Paulinho Garcia on Vocals & Acoustic Guitar and Greg Fishman on Tenor Sax. Song by Victor Scherzinger & Johnny Mercer/From the 1942 movie: The Fleet’s In.
6) “The Girl from U.N.C.L.E.” the theme from the 1960s TV series recorded by Teddy Randazzo in 1966 and featured on the compilation: Sex and the ‘60s.
7) “Close Up (Wilp Mix)” by Donna Regina from the anthology: Charles Wilp -- Michelangelo in Space: The Bunny Remixes.
8) “Frevo” the Antonio Carlos Jobim tune sung by Astrud Gilberto with the orchestra arranged & conducted by Gil Evans Gil Evans, from the 1966 LP: Look to the Rainbow.
9) “Laia Ladaia (Reza)” by Les Baxter and his Orchestra & Chorus From the 1966 LP: Brazil, Now.
10) “Billions of Brazilians” by Don Tiki from their most recent CD: South of the Boudoir.
11) “O Futebol” by Toots Thielemans from his CD: The Brasil Project, Volume 2, With the song’s composer, Chico Buarque on vocal, Ricardo Silvera on electric guitar, and Steve Schaeffer on drums.
12) “Carinoso” by Laurindo Almeida and Bud Shank from their LP: Brazilliance Volume 1, which was recorded in Los Angeles in April 1953, about 10 years before the Bossa Nova craze swept the United States. Featuring Laurindo Almeida on Acoustic Guitar, Bud Shank on Alto Sax; Harry Babasin on Bass; and Roy Harte on Drums.
13) “Estrada Do Sol” performed by Karrin Allyson from her CD: Imagina – Songs of Brasil. Composed by Antonio Carlos Jobim & Dolores Duran, featuring Ms. Allyson on Piano, Steve Nelson on Vibes and Gil Goldstein on Accordion.
14) “Republico” by Hermeto Pascoal & Grupo from their recording: So Nao Toca Quem Nao Quer (which translates as: Only If You Don’t Want It, You Can’t Do It).
15) “Take Five,” the Paul Desmond composition made famous by the Dave Brubeck Quartet, performed by Eliane Elias from her CD: Light My Fire, with Romero Lubamba on Acoustic Guitar, Randy Brecker on Trumpet and Paulo Barga on Percussion.