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Dr. Zarkov’s Tiki Lounge Playlist: February 20, 2013
On this week’s show we engaged in another extrarodainarious exploration of perspicacious pop and entropical exotica in all their efluvial eforvescence.
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1) “Bachelor #2” by The Tikiyaki Orchestra from their CD: Swingin’ Sounds for the Jungle Jetset!
2) “Chanson Joie da Vivre” by The Brothers Cazimero from their 1985 recording: The Sound of the Sea Surrounds Me.
3) “Hana Maui” the Ken Darby and Robert Wright composition performed by Arthur Lyman on his 1955 LP: The Legend of Pele, recorded at the Henry J. Kaiser Aluminum Geodesic Dome, Honolulu.
4) “Chant of the Weed” and “Song of India” from the collateral collection: The Exotic Sounds of Martin Denny.
5) “Enchantment” from the album: Voodoo! – The Exotic Sounds of Robert Drasnin.
6) “Dew Drop Inn, If You Please, My Humming Flower” by the Waitiki from their debut recording: Charred Mammal Flesh: Exotic Music for BBQ, with Mr. Ho a/k/a Brian O’Neill on Melodica and Vibes, Randy Wong on Bass and Abe Lagrimas Jr. on Drums.
7) “Jungalero” by Les Baxter and His Orchestra from the 1959 African Jazz LP.
8) “Brazil,” The 1939 classic by the Brazilian composer Ary Barroso recorded by the twin pianists Ferrante & Teicher and included in the copious compilation: Space-Age Cocktail Lounge.
9) “Huayno” taken from album: The Ultimate Yma Sumac Collection.
10) “Habanera” from the LP: Exotica – The Sensuous Sounds of the Sonny Lester Orchestra, featuring Al Caiola on Electric Guitar.
11) “The New Girl,” composed by David Carbonara for the soundtrack album: Mad Men After Hours – Music from the Original Series.
12) “Oye Negra,” the track laid down by Terry Snyder in 1960 and included on the Latinesque collection: Ultra-Lounge Mambo Fever – Samba! Rhumba! Hot Cha-Cha-Cha!
13) “Andalucia,” composed by the Cuban composer Ernesto Lecuona y Casado and performed by Pink Martini on their CD: Sympathique, featuring Thomas M. Lauderdale on Piano, Gavin Bondy on Trumpet and John Wagner on Bass.
14) The song “Teddy Acapulco” by Vonobox from the dropsical collection: White Martini – La Musique Lounge Moderne Deux.