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Dr. Zarkov’s Tiki Lounge Playlist: August 15, 2012
On this week’s show we once again tripped the light fantastical along with Terpsichore, the muse of dance in all her magical and multilingual manifestations.
Dr. Zarkov’s Tiki Lounge is broadcast on Wednesdays, 5-6 pm EDT at: www.radiofairfax.org The show is broadcast live; no recorded shows are archived. Some fans choose to record it on their computers to listen to later. Radio Fairfax also can be heard on Tune In Radio at tunein.com, and streamed on smartphones by downloading the Tunein app. It can be streamed on Roku and Google TV at: http://tinyurl.com/3uqfsz9
In a couple of weeks you also will be able to hear new and customized Dr. Zarkov’s Tiki Lounge broadcasts over radio Free Burning Man in Black Rock City, Nevada, during the 2012 Burning Man Festival.
1) “Do You Dig It” from the collection: Essential Ray Barretto: A Man & His Music, featuring Ray Barretto on Congas.
2) “Lullaby of Birdland” the George Shearing composition performed in 1956 by Cal Tjader, featured on his recording: Black Orchid, with Luis Miranda on Congas.
3) “Latin Cornbread” the 1955 version of the Mario Bauza composition recorded by Machito, taken from the collection: El Padrino.
4) “Drivin’ Around the Block” by Dickie Farrell From the 1960 LP: Drums and More Drums, taken from the collection: Ultra-Lounge Space Capades – Atomic-Age Audities and Hi-Fi Hi-Jinks.
5) “Tico Tico” by the Tailgators from the copacetic collection: Surf Guitar Greats – One Dozen Surf-Rock Instrumentals.
6) “Speak Low (Bent Remix)” Billie Holiday’s version of the song by Kurt Weill & Ogden Nash from the 1943 Broadway musical: One Touch of Venus, taken from the copious compilation Island Paradise, Volume 3 -- Don't Send Help Send More Rum.
7) “It Don’t Mean a Thing If It Ain’t Got That Swing,” the Duke Ellington tune performed by The Puppini Sisters from their CD: The Rise & Fall of Ruby Woo.
8) “The Mambo Craze” by De-Phazz from their CD: Godsdog. Pit Baumgartner & Karl Frierson, Producers; Karl Frierson, Charity D. Sanders, Roy Randolph E. & Pat Appelton on Vocals; Otto Engelhardt on Vocals & Trombone; Dax Dörsam on Electric Guitar; and Eckes Malz on Piano. Water Music Records, 2003. TRACK 1
9) “On a Typical Tropical Night” composed by Arthur Johnston & Johnny Burke for the 1936 movie: Go West Young Man, sung by Mae West with Xavier Cugat & His Orchestra and appearing on her recording: Come Up and See Me Sometime – 30 Original Mono Recordings 1933-1954.
10) “Hong Kong Mambo” by Tito Puente & His Orchestra from the 1958 LP: Dance Mania, Volume 1. Tito Puente on Marimba, Vibes & Timbales. All vocals by Puerto Rican sonero (ad-lib) vocalist Santitos Colon and backing vocals by Colon, Vitin Aviles and Otto Olivar. Recorded in 1957 and released in 1958. Includes Ray Barretto on Congas.
11) “La Hula Rhumba” by The Tikiyaki Orchestra from their most recent CD: Aloha, Baby! Featuring Jim Bacchi on Electric Guitar and Brian Kassan on Piano and Organ.
12) “Bacoa” by Les Baxter and His Orchestra from the 1952 LP: Ritual of the Savage (Le Sacre du Savage).
13) “La Pecheresse a La Ligne (Buscemi Remix)” sung by Isabelle Antena from her Two-CD Set: Easy Does It [CD 2 (REMIXES) ISSY DOES IT]. Composed by Husband Denis Moulin and a Female Belgian fan who sent Antena the lyrics.
14) “One Note Samba,” the Antonio Carlos Jobim song performed by Walter Wanderley from the Carioca collection: The Story of Bossa Nova.
15) “Chopin Prelude Op. 28 No. 4 and “Insensatez (How Insensitive)” composed by Antonio Carlos Jobim, Vinicius de Moraes and Norman Gimbel, sung and perfomed on Piano by Karrin Allyson from her recording: I Didn't Know About You, featuring Rod Fleeman on Guitar, Gerald Spaits on Bass and Todd Strait on Drums.