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Dr. Zarkov’s Tiki Lounge Playlist: November 21, 2012
On this week’s show we turned to entertaining some sensual and thermodelicious thoughts of Thanksgiving and many of its fiestable comestibles.
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1) “Seven Come Eleven (Roast Turkey Stomp),” recorded between 1939 and 1941 by the Benny Goodman Band from the CD: Charlie Christian – On the Air, featuring Charlie Christian on Guitar, Benny Goodman on Clarinet, Jo Jones on Drums and Lionel Hampton on Vibes.
2) “King of the Zulus” the 1926 recording from the collection: The Best of Louis Armstrong: The Hot Five and Hot Seven Recordings, featuring Clarence Babcock demanding chitlins. Kid Ory on Trombone and Banjo, Lil Armstrong on Piano, Johnny Dodds on Clarinet and Baby Dodds on Drums.
3) “Ka `Opae” (“The Shrimp” in Hawaiian)” the 1975 recording by Eddie Kamae & The Sons of Hawaii, from their album: Yesterday & Today, featuring the composer, Rev. Dennis Kamakahi, on Banjo & Vocals; Moe Keale on Ukulele and Harmonica; Eddie Kamae on Ukulele and Vocals; Joe Marshall on Bass and Vocals; David “Feet” Rogers on Steel Guitar; Paul Kim on Steel Guitar & Vocals; Ocean Kawowili on Acoustic Guitar and Vocals; Mike Kaawa on Acoustic Guitar and Vocals; and Analu Aina on Bass.
4) “Chili Con Conga” from the CD Box Set: Cab Calloway & His Orchestra -- Volume 2, with Dizzy Gillespie and Doc Cheatham on Trumpet; Milt Hinton on Bass; Chu Berry on Tenor Sax and Cozy Cole on Drums.
5) “Fiesta in Blues,” the 1941 song by Count Basie & His Orchestra from the anthology: Swingin’ With Buck, featuring Count Basie on Piano; Buck Clayton on Trumpet, and Lester Young and Buddy Tate on Tenor Saxophones
6) “Hold Tight,” the 1939 song by Fats Waller form the CD Box Set: Handful of Keys.
7) “Gimme a Pigfoot and a Bottle of Beer,” the Bessie Smith song recorded in 1949 by Billie Holiday with Sy Oliver & His Orchestra, from the collection: Lady Sings the Blues.
8) “Mutton Leg” the 1947 Harry “Sweets” Edison tune from the collection: The Illinois Jacquet Story, with Illinois Jacquet on Tenor Sax, Russell Jacquet and Joe Newman on Trumpets; Leo Parker on Baritone Sax; John Collins on Guitar; Sir Charles Thompson on Piano; J.J. Johnson on Trombone; Al Lucas on Bass; and Shadow Wilson on Drums; arranged by Tadd Dameron.
9) “Anything Goes”, the Cole Porter song from the 1956 LP: Chris Connor, with Nick Travis on Trumpet; Zoot Sims, Al Young, Sam Markowitz, Ray Beckenstein and Danny Bank on Saxes & Clarinets; Moe Wechsler on Piano; Barry Galbraith on Guitar; Milt Hinton on Bass; and Osie Johnson on Drums.
10) “Ceremonial Feast Dance” from the late 1950s LP: Kirby Allan Presents…Chaino: Africana & Beyond! – Spellbinding Primitive Rhythms by Chaino, Percussion Genius of Africa.
11) “Aloha Ka Manini,” the luau favorite love song to fish and poi performed by Ray Kane and his wife, Elodia Kane, from the album Wa'ahila.
12) “The Luau Song” by The Makai Gents Featuring the Mysterious Miss Mauna Loa from their CD: The Wiki Wiki Grog Shop.
13) “Dinner Music for a Pack of Hungry Cannibals,” the 1937 song from the collection: The Music of Raymond Scott – Reckless Nights and Turkish Twilights. Sony, 1992. TRACK 6
14) “Hungry Man,” the 1949 song from the CD Box Set: Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five.
15) “Oleo,” the Sonny Rollins composition obviously intended to honor margarine, performed by Buddy Emmons on his 1963 recording: Steel Guitar Jazz, with Buddy on Steel Guitar, Bobby Scott on Piano, Jerome Richardson on Sax; Art Davis on Bass and Charles Persip on Drums.
16) “Party in Laguna” by The Ventures from the collection: The World of Surf Music.
17) “Thanks for the Memory” sung by Bob Hope and Shirley Ross in the 1938 movie: The Big Broadcast of 1938, with Shep Fields & His Orchestra, taken from the CD: Bing Crosby & Bob Hope – Two of a Kind.