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Dr. Zarkov’s Tiki Lounge Playlist: February 5, 2014
On this week’s show we once again perambulated the plentitudinous penumbra of pop and exotica in all of its effluvial emanations.
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1) “Kuyaway (Inca Love Song)” taken from the complementarious compilation: The Ultimate Yma Sumac Collection.
2) “Midnight Sun” composed by Sonny Burke and Lionel Hampton, found on the ambitious album: Taboo – The Greatest Hits of Arthur Lyman -- The Sensual Sounds of Exotica, Recorded at the famous Henry J. Kaiser Aluminum Geodesic Dome in Honolulu.
3) “Stone God” taken from Les Baxter and His Orchestra’s 1952 LP: Ritual of the Savage (Le Sacre du Savage).
4) “Orinoco,” from the 1996 CD: Voodoo! – The Exotic Sounds of Robert Drasnin, featuring Sally Terri on Vocal.
5) “Serpent Charmer” by Emile Carrara found on the 8 1/2 Souvenirs CD: Souvonica, including Glover Gill on Accordion and Piano, Olivier Giraud on Acoustic Guitar, and Adam Berlin on Drums and Percussion.
6) “Strange Echoes” by Frank Hunter and His Orchestra came from the 1959 LP: White Goddess.
7) “Some Enchanted Evening,” the Rodgers & Hammerstein song From the 1949 musical: South Pacific, performed by the Hot Club of Hulaville on their CD: Django Would Go! Including Ginai on Vocal, Duane Padilla on Violin, and Sonny Silva, Emmett Mahoney and Paul Mehling on Guitars
8) “Tradewind” from the 1960 LP: Eden’s Island by the original hippy from before there were hippies, Eden Ahbez who is featured here on Flute and Vibes with Jimmy Bond on Bass, in an arrangement by former Stan Kenton pianist Paul Moer.
9) “Black Night,” recorded in 1950 in Rome by the Gypsy master guitarist Django Reinhardt on his copacetic collection: Only the Best with Andre Ekyan on Clarinet, Ralph Schecroun (later known as Errol Parker) on Piano, Alf Massillier on Bass and Roger Paraboschi on Drums.
10) “Mango Mangue” by Alto Sax God Charlie Parker with Machito and His Orchestra, found on the bodacious box set: Boss Bird – Studio Recordings.
11) “Lover,” the Rodgers & Hart classic written for the 1932 movie: Love Me Tonight, recorded in 1952 by Peggy Lee and included on her copious compilation: The Absolutely Essential 3 CD Collection.
12) “Tijuana,” composed by Gigi Gryce and performed by the Trumpeter Art Farmer on his 1954 loquacious LP: Soft Shoe, with Horace Silver on Piano, Jimmy Cleveland on Trombone, Charlie Rouse on Tenor Sax; Danny Bank on Baritone Sax, Percy Heath on Bass and Art Taylor on Drums.
13) “How Sweet It Is to Be in Love,” by George Cardini and Danny DiMinno, sung in 1953 by Johnny Hartman on his ablative album: I Just Dropped By to Say Hello, featuring Hank Jones on Piano, Milt Hinton on Bass and Elvin Jones on Drums.
14) The 1941 song by Ernest Lecuona and S.K. Russell: “Taboo,” recorded by Shorty Rogers on his 1962 release: The Fourth Dimension in Sound, with Emil Richards on Vibes, Pete Jolly on Piano, Buddy Collette, Bill Hood and Bud Shank on Reeds, Joe Mondragon on Bass and Shelley Manne on Drums.
15) “Hawaiian Charms” from the 1959 LP: Lover's Luau by Les Paul and Mary Ford.
16) “Fuoco Fatuo” by Nicola Conte and Koop from the danceable double CD set: Nu Jazz - A Selection of Rare Electro Tunes With a Jazz Flavour.