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Dr. Zarkov’s Tiki Lounge Playlist: September 5, 2012
On this week’s show we engaged in another ecotopical and endoskeletal exploration of exotica in all its effluvial effervescence,
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1) “Jungle Flute” performed by Xavier Cugat’s Orchestra with the great conga drums master Candido, taken from the compilation: Return to Paradise: A History of Exotica.
2) “Hula Girl” by the Hula Girls band, which in spite of their name is an conclusively an all-male conclave, from their CD: The Curse of the Tiki, featuring Spike Marble on lead Vocal & Guitar; DJ Bonebrake on Vibes; Kevin Bullat on Steel Guitar; Lucas Vigor on Vocals Bass & Percussion; and Dominic Tucci on Drums & Percussion.
3) “Sleepy Lagoon” taken from the 1964 LP: Hawaiian Favorites, by Alfred Apaka & Danny Stewart’s Hawaiians.
4) “Chant of the Jungle” the 1956 auditory adventure by Sid Bass, from the antediluvian anthology: The History of Space Age Pop, Vol. 2: Mallets in Wonderland.
5) “The Forbidden Finger” by Don Tiki on their CD: South of the Boudoir.
6) “Exotic Dance” by Haruomi Hosono (a/k/a Y.M.O.) from the compilation: Charles Wilp/Michelangelo in Space: The Bunny Remixes.
7) “Naitropé Clebtropé” by Sam Paglia from the copious collection: Red Martini – La Musique Lounge Moderne Quatre.
8) “Fascination” by Arthur Lyman from his 1955 LP: The Legend of Pele, recorded at the Henry J. Kaiser Aluminum Geodesic Dome, Honolulu. This 1932 song was composed by the Italian composer Fermo Dante Marchetti & Mauirce de Feraudy, with English Lyrics by Dick Manning and used in the 1946 Paulette Goddard movie: The Diary of a Chambermaid and the 1957 Gary Cooper & Audrey Hepburn movie: Love in the Afternoon.
9) Two different versions of “Istanbul (Not Constantinople), ” by Joe “Fingers” Carr: the first with The Carr Hops from 1963, and the second from his 1961 LP: 80 Drums Around the World, taken from the antic anthology: Ultra-Lounge Space Capades – Atomic-Age Audities and Hi-Fi Hi-Jinks
10) “Port Said” from the album: Exotica -- The Sensuous Sounds of the Sonny Lester Orchestra, featuring Al Caiola on Electric Guitar. (2:16)
11) “C'est la Goutte d'Or Qui Fait Déborder La Valse” by Les Primitifs du Futur from their 1999 recording: World Musette, including Mohammed El Yazid Baazi on Oud, Dominique Cravic on Guitar, Daniel Huck on Soprano Sax, Daniel Colin on Accordion, Fay Lovsky on Ukulele and Jean-Philippe Viret on Bass.
12) “Tehran” by the Les Baxter Orchestra & Chorus, from the 1956 LP: Tamboo!
13) “Golden Dunes” from the CD: The Budos Band III.
14) “Turkish Honey” by Kava Kon from their album: Tiki for the Atomic Age, Written & Produced by Bob Kress & Nels Truesdell; Terry Herald on Ukulele, Ali Lexa on Bongos, Ryan Gimpert on Pedal Steel Guitar, Mark Stone on Exotic Percussion.
15) “Nikriz” by Hassan Erraji & Arabesque from the collection: Feet – A Global Dance Party