Exotica is the first album by Martin Denny, released in 1957. It contained Denny's most famous piece, "Quiet Village", and spawned an entire genre bearing its name. It was recorded December 1956 in Webley Edwards' studio in Waikiki (not, as often reported, the Aluminum Dome at Henry J. Kaiser's Hawaiian Village Complex). The album topped Billboard's charts in 1959.
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Deep groove labels Spectra-Sonic Sound. Catalog numbers: LRP 3077: Cover, labels LRP-3077: Spine. Exotica Vol. 2 (LP, Album). London Records, London Records.
The two Martin Denny albums that gave the exotica style its name and popularized its sound, originally released circa 1957, are here combined onto one compact disc. If you want more Denny after you're finished with Rhino's best-of, this should be the next stop. Only seven of the 24 tracks here duplicate the Rhino set, Denny wrote the extensive liner notes, and the sound is better than what you'll find on the beat-up original vinyl.
The 19 tracks on The Best of Martin Denny's Exotica are original recordings from his Liberty albums and include the hits "Exotica," the Les Baxter-penned "Quiet Village," "Hypnotique," "Jungle Drums," and "The Enchanted Isle. Also of special interest is a previously unreleased five-minute interview with Denny and heartfelt liner notes penned by his daughter Christina. You are currently listening to samples. Listen to this album and more than 40 million other tracks with your unlimited subscription. Display track details. Album : 1 disk - 19 tracks Total length : 00:55:40. 1 Exotica (Remastered). CD-quality (Lossless 16 bit/44.
More albums from Martin Denny: Spanish Village by Martin Denny. Exotic Sounds Visit Broadway by Martin Denny. Primitiva by Martin Denny. Exotica Volume II by Martin Denny. Hawaii Goes À Go-Go! by Martin Denny. A Taste Of Hits by Martin Denny. Forbidden Island by Martin Denny. Hawaii Tattoo by Martin Denny. View all albums . Exotica Suite.
1. Quiet Village (3:41) 2. Stone God (3:10) 3. Jungle Flower (1:50) 4. Love Dance (2:31) 5. The Queen Chant (Li Liu E) (2:49) 6. Escales (2:43) 7. When First I Love (2:26) 8. Exotica (3:08) 9. March of the Siamese Children (2:48) 10. Bangkok Cockfight (2:21) 11. Tsetse Fly (2:43) 12. Baia (3:28) 13. Simba (3:02) 14. Aku Aku (2:43) 15. Martinique (2:44) 16. Tune from Rangoon (3:07) 17. Jungle River Boat (2:39) 18.
Martin Denny (born April 10, 1911 in New York City, NY, United States - died March 2, 2005 in Honolulu, Hawaii) was an American musician. He was universally known as the founder and reigning king of exotica music, a type of big band music with Latin rhythms and overtones of Pacific Ocean culture that is largely scorned by critics but was extremely popular in the 1950s and 1960s.
Exotica is the first album by Martin Denny, released in 1957. Kaiser's Hawaiian Village Complex) The album was recorded in mono. It was re-recorded in stereo in 1958; by then, however, Denny's sideman Arthur Lyman had left the group, and was replaced by Julius Wechter.
|A1||Hong Kong Blues
Written-By – Hoagy Carmichael
Written-By – Les Baxter
|B1||China Nights (Shina No Yoru)
Written-By – Takeoka*
|B2||Ah Me Furi
Written-By – Gil Baumgart