Martin Denny - Exotic Percussion - The Exotic Sounds Of Martin Denny album flac
Title: Exotic Percussion - The Exotic Sounds Of Martin Denny
Style: Space-Age, Easy Listening, Pacific
MP3 album: 1966 mb
FLAC album: 1198 mb
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Genre: Jazz / Folk and Country
Quiet Village: The Exotic Sounds of Martin Denny was the eighth album by Martin Denny. Released in the summer of 1959, the monophonic version of the album (LRP 3122) reached No. 21 on the Billboard monophonic album chart in November 1959, and the stereophonic version (LST 7122) reached No. 12 on the magazine's stereophonic album chart in January 1960.
Liner Notes – Martin Denny. Other – Sandy Warner. Percussion – Frank Kim. Piano, Celesta – Martin Denny. Vibraphone, Marimba, Percussion – Julius Wechter. Rights Society: ASCAP.
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. Exotica Suite by Martin Denny. Forbidden Island by Martin Denny.
Percussion Julius Wechter. More Martin Denny albums. Quiet Village & The Enchanted Sea. Exotica: The Sounds of Martin Denny, Exotica, Volume II: The Exciting Sounds of Martin Denny. Show all albums by Martin Denny.
This album has an average beat per minute of 119 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 84/160 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Quiet Village - The Exotic Sounds Of Martin Denny. Recent albums by Martin Denny. 1997.
First, the final track is a re-release of the number four hit and Denny signature tune, "Quiet Village" (originally on the first Exotica LP). "Coronation," "Firecracker," and "Sake Rock" - covered by 1990s group the Cocktails - are representative of the standard Denny oeuvre: birdcall "Polynesian" exotica, Chinese, and Japanese. Most intriguing, however, is the self-parody treatment of "Little Grass Shack" set to a cha-cha-cha beat and punctuated with an absurd duck call instead of the usual birds.
Reissued, Remastered. These early Denny creations cover his more wildly "exotic" career phase. The first album, presented in its original "Spectra-Sonic" mono, includes the hit title track in its entire eerie swamp-varmint splendor. Other standouts are the dreamy xylophone on "Lotus Land" and the absolutely wacky "Love Dance," which sounds more like an ornithologist's orgy. The second album, in stereo, gets more intricate and oddly romantic.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||My Tane (My Man)
Written-By – Goupil*, Noble*, Gump*
Written-By – Allen*, Spina*, Hillman*
|A3||Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise
Written-By – Hammerstein*, Romberg*
Written-By – Martin Denny
|A5||Moonlight On The Ganges
Written-By – Wallace*, Myers*
|A6||Cherokee (Indian Love Song)
Written-By – R. Noble*
Written-By – Wise*, Pina*, Leeds*, Roubanis*, Russell*
Written-By – Giordano*, Vatro*
|B3||Song Of The Bayou
Written-By – Rube Bloom
|B4||Moonlight And Shadows
Written-By – Hollaender*, Robin*
Written-By – Berrios*, Adams*, Cugat*
|B6||The Girl Friend Of The Whirling Dervish
Written-By – Dubin*, Warren*, Mercer*
- Manufactured By – Liberty Records, Inc.
- Bass [String Bass], Marimbula – Harvey Ragsdale
- Bongos, Congas – August Colon
- Design [Cover] – Pate/Francis & Associates
- Percussion – Frank Kim
- Piano, Celesta, Liner Notes – Martin Denny
- Vibraphone [Vibes], Marimba, Percussion – Julius Wechter
NotesMade/printed in U.S.A.
Also released in Stereo: LST 7168.
|LST 7168||Martin Denny||Exotic Percussion - The Exotic Sounds Of Martin Denny (LP, Album)||Liberty||LST 7168||US||1961|
|LST 7168||Martin Denny||Exotic Percussion (The Exotic Sounds Of Martin Denny) (LP, Album)||Liberty||LST 7168||Canada||1961|
|LST 7168||Martin Denny||Exotic Percussion - The Exotic Sounds Of Martin Denny (LP, Album, Promo)||Liberty||LST 7168||US||1961|
|HA-G 2387||Martin Denny||Martin Denny's Exotic Percussion (LP, Album, Mono)||London Records||HA-G 2387||UK||1961|
|SYL 1042||Martin Denny||Exotic Percussion - The Exotic Sounds Of Martin Denny (LP, Album, RE)||Liberty||SYL 1042||South Africa||1967|