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Dr. Zarkov’s Tiki Lounge Playlist: March 12, 2014
Appropriatatively for a Tiki lounge at this special time of year, the theme of this week’s imbibulous and intoxicatious show was drinking along with a few songs celebrating things Irish.
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1) “Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (That's an Irish Lullaby),” the 1914 song by James Shannon & Chauncey Olcott, sung by Bing Crosby in the 1944 movie: Going My Way, accompanied by John Scott Trotter & His Orchestra and appearing on Der Bingle’s Bodacious Box Set: Easy to Remember.
2) “Irish Washerwoman” by the King Sisters, taken from the relegant retrospective: Alvino Rey (and the King Sisters -- So You’re the One! From Sweet to Swing.
3) “Calling All Bars” taken from the bountiful Box Set: Cab Calloway & His Orchestra -- Volume 2, [DISC D: 1939-1940] with Dizzy Gillespie on Trumpet; Milt Hinton on Bass; Chu Berry on Tenor Sax and Cozy Cole on Drums.
4) The Gene Austin song “Little Bar Butterfly” by Mae West from her comely collection: Come Up and See Me Sometime – 30 Original Mono Recordings 1933-1954, originally sung by her in the 1936 movie: Klondike Annie.
5) “Let Me Go Home, Whiskey” composed by Shifty Henry and recorded by Ford “Snooks” Eaglin in 1959 and appearing on the auspicious album: Snooks Eaglin – New Orleans Street Singer.
6) “Clink, Clink, Another Drink” recorded in 1942 by Spike Jones & His City Slickers, taken from their bulbous Box Set: Strictly for Music Lovers.
7) “The Bartender's Just Like a Mother,” the 1947 recording by Slim Gaillard with Dodo Marmarosa on Piano, taken from Gaillard’s anthemic anthology: Laughing in Rhythm.
8) “Rum and Coca-Cola” the song composed by the Trinidadian calypso master Lord Invader and appear on the 1963 LP: Cugi’s Cocktails by Xavier Cugat and His Orchestra.
9) “The Palanquin” by Don Tiki from the scintillacious CD: South of the Boudoir.
10) “Waikiki Moon” by the Hula Girls from their CD: The Curse of the Tiki, with Spike Marble on Vocal, Kevin Bullat on Steel Guitar and Lucas Vigor on Bass and Dominic Tucci on Drums & Percussion.
11) “Knock'm Down Whiskey” performed by Buster Poindexter on his sinful CD: Buster's Happy Hour.
12) The Doris Tauber and Johnny Mercer song “Drinking Again” recorded in 1962 by Dinah Washington and appearing on her roundelay retrospective: The Best of the Roulette Years.
13) “A Little Taste” composed by Dave Frishberg based on a riff by Johnny Hodges and featured on Mr. Frishberg’s alluring album from 1983: Classics, with Steve Gilmore on Bass and Bill Goodwin on Drums.
14) The Cole Porter song “I Get a Kick Out of You” used in the 1934 Broadway musical and 1936 & 1956 movie versions of Anything Goes, recorded by Chris Connor on her 1956 eponymous debut LP, featuring John Lewis on Piano; Barry Galbraith on Electric Guitar; Oscar Pettiford on Bass; and Connie Kay on Drums.
15) “Captain Bacardi” by Antonio Carlos Jobim on his 1967 Creed Taylor-produced album: Wave, with Mr. Jobim on Guitar, Urbie Green on Trombone, Ron Carter on String Bass; and Domum Romao, Claudio Sion and Bobby Rosengarden on Drums.
16) The Edward Redding composition “The End of a Love Affair” from the 1955 album: Helen Merrill With Strings, with the orchestra arranged and conducted by Richard Hayman featuring Hank Jones on Piano; Barry Galbraith on Acoustic Guitar; Milt Hinton on Bass; and Sol Gubin on Drums.
17) “He Looked Beyond My Faults,” based on the melody of “Danny Boy,” performed by the Pianist Sharp Radway on his spiritual CD: Hymns & Things (Introspection & Reflection).