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Dr. Zarkov’s Tiki Lounge Playlist: March 19, 2014
On this week’s show we once again delved into a diasaporical dialectic of Latinesque pop and exotica in all of its manifest desires.
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1) “Negrito Filomeno” taken from The Ultimate Yma Sumac Collection, composed by Ms. Sumac’s husband Moises Vivanco.
2) “Brazilian Bash” by the Les Baxter Orchestra and Chorus from the 1957 LP: Skins! Bongo Party With Les Baxter.
3) “Oh! By Jingo” by Spike Jones and His City Slickers, featuring Del Porter on Vocal and taken from the bumptious Box Set: Strictly for Music Lovers.
4) “Oye Como Va,” the 1971 recording by Percy Faith and His Orchestra of the tune that was composed by the Cuban bassist and band leader Israel Lopez, known as Cachao, that was later appropriated by Tito Puente, heard on the antic anthology: Swingin’ Cheese – Croon Tunes and Kitscherama.
5) “Cubana Chant,” the Ray Bryant composition recorded in Honolulu in 1955 by Arthur Lyman for his LP: The Legend of Pele, featuring Mr. Lyman on Vibes.
6) “Return to Me (Ritorna-Me)” written by Carmen Lombardo and Danny DiMinno, recorded in 1958 by Dean Martin and appearing on his righteous retrospective: The Capitol Collectors Series.
7) The 1959 recording “Pu-Chun-Ga” by Elena Madera from the Cubanissimo compilation: Mambo Jukebox – Rumba and Afro Latin Accented Rhythm & Blues 1949-1960.
8) “Baia,” composed by Ary Barroso for the 1944 Walt Disney movie: The Three Caballeros, recorded in 1963 by Bill Perkins for his LP: Bossa Nova With Strings Attached.
9) The Cal Tjader composition “Colorado Waltz” taken from the auspicious album: Mr. Ho's Orchestrotica Presents Third River Rangoon, featuring Geni Skendo on C-Flute, Noriko Terada on Congas and Brian O’Neill (Mr. Ho himself) on Vibes.
10) “Sous Les Palmiers,” a magneliquent merengue recorded in 1938 for the 78 rpm album titled: Haitian Moods by Sidney Bechet on Clarinet, Willie “The Lion” Smith on Piano, Kenneth Roane on Trumpet, Olin Alderhold on Bass and Zutty Singleton on Drums, found on the CD: The Art Tatum Trio and Sidney Bechet – The Stimson Collectors Series
11) “Babalu,” the song dedicated to San Lazaro, The Miracle Saint, by the Cuban composer Margarita Lecuona, performed in the late 1940s by Machito and His Afro-Cubans and taken from their copious collection: Ritmo Caliente, with Machito himself on Vocal.
12) “Q” found on the surreptitious CD: Lua-O-Milo – The Exotic Sounds of Skip Heller, featuring Mr. Heller on Piano, DJ Bonebrake on Vibes, Leroy Anderson on Harp and Michael Dubin on Bongos.
13) “Alô Alô Marciano” by the Brazilian singer Elis Regina, appearing on the carioca compilation: Chill: Brazil.
14) “Caçada” by Chico Buarque, sung by Bebel Gilberto on her superlative CD: Momento, with Celso Fonesca on Steel and Acoustic Guitars, Pedro Baby on Acoustic Guitar, Didi Gutman on Synthesizer and Alto Guitar, and Mauro Refosco on Drums and Percussion.
15) “O Tempo Samba” by Grupo Batuque, taken from the creative collection: Far Out Recordings -- Brazilian Music Sampler.
16) “Samba de uma Nota So, or One-Note Samba,” by Antonio Carlos Jobim and Newton Mendonca, performed by Bossacucanova on their ambitious album: Revisited Classics, performed by Claudia Telles on Vocal and Roberto Menescal on Guitar and remixed by his son, Márcio Menescal, Alexandre Moreira and DJ Marcelinho DaLua.