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Dr. Zarkov’s Tiki Lounge Playlist: October 3, 2012
On this week’s show we engaged in another exculpatory and extraordinarious exploration of exotica in all its effluvial effervescence,
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1) “How High the Moon,” composed by Morgan Lewis & Nancy Hamilton for the 1940 Broadway revue: Two for the Show, performed by Arthur Lyman on his LP: Leis of Jazz, which was recorded in 1959 at the Henry J. Kaiser Aluminum Geodesic Dome, Honolulu and included Lyman on Vibes, Alan Soares on Piano John Kramer on Bass and Harold Chang on Drums.
2) “At an Arabian House Party” the 1940 performance captured on the collection: The Music of Raymond Scott -- Reckless Nights and Turkish Twilights.
3) “Something to Live For,” The 1939 song by Duke Ellington and Billy Strayhorn from the 1962 Johnny Hodges LP: The Eleventh Hour, featuring the orchestra arranged and conducted by Oliver Nelson, featuring Ossie Johnson on Drums, taken from the CD: Buenes Aires Blues With Lalo Schifrin.
4) “Bye-Bye Blues” by Esquivel and His Orchestra from the 1960 LP: Infinity in Sound, Volume 2.
5) “Sea-Spray (Speed Boats)” by Bob Thompson from his 1960 transportation-themed LP: The Sound of Speed, performed by the Orchestra Dei Concerti di Roma.
6) “Cairo Bazaar” by Les Baxter and His Orchestra from his 1959 LP: African Jazz.
7) “N'Ga (The Maiden)” composed by Earle Hagen and performed by Tak Shindo on his 1958 LP: Mganga! taken from the collection: Return to Paradise: A History of Exotica.
8) “Autumn Digging Dance” from the CD: Mr. Ho's Orchestrotica Presents Third River Rangoon, featuring Jason Davis on Bass, Ter Stevig on Oud, Geni Skendo on Flute and Brian O’Neill (a/k/a Mr. Ho) on Vibes.
9) “Swingin' Congo Bird” from the late 1950s LP: Kirby Allan Presents…Chaino: Africana & Beyond! – Spellbinding Primitive Rhythms by Chaino, Percussion Genius of Africa.
10) “Satyritar” from the Waitiki debut CD: Charred Mammal Flesh – Exotic Music for BBQ, including Mr. Ho a/k/a Brian O’Neill on Vibes and Abe Lagrimas Jr. on Drums and Percussion.
11) “Mulher Rendeira,” from the 1966 LP: Autentico! Bola Sete and His New Brazilian Trio, taken from the CD: Voodoo Village, featuring the Brazilian master guitarist Bola Sete, Sebastiao Neto on String Bass and Paulinho on Percussion.
12) “Simoom,” referring to a dry Middle Eastern wind that carries clouds of dust and sand, performed by The Creatures from their 1989 recording: Boomerang, featuring Siouxsie Sioux sharing Vocals with her husband Budgie, who also handles Drums and various other instruments.
13) “Minn Asaddak” by Clauda El Chemali from the collection: Cosmo Mix World Music Blend.
14) “Streets of Calcutta” by Ananda Shankar from the copacetical compilation: Rough Guide to Asian Underground.
15) “Have We Lost Our Dream?” by Trilok Gurtu from DJ Cheb i Sabbah’s anthology: As Far As – A DJ Mix.