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Martin Denny (born April 10, in New York City, NY, United States - died March 2, 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 s and s.
There was a time when happy-go-lucky instrumental numbers like Dave "Baby" Cortez's "Happy Organ" or Charlie Blackwell's shuffling, whistle-led "Midnight Oil" could co-exist on the Billboard charts with the myriad of teen idols and vocal groups. It was a different America in , a year that could produce the 66 instrumental pop hits included on this two-disc set from reissue label Complete 60's.
Martin Denny Mau Mau Share on facebook; twitter; tumblr; Appears On Year Artist/Album Label Time AllMusic Rating; Martin Denny. Primitiva. Rev-Ola Records: Martin Denny. The Exotic Sounds of Martin Denny [Capitol] Capitol:
Mau Mau (Julius Wechter) Llama Serenade (Charles Wolcott) Akasa Falls (Helen Parker) Bruno Vansina (Flat Earth Society, Vansina-Verbruggen-Gudmundsson trio, Vansina orchestra) was inspired by the famous exotica music of Martin Denny and Les Baxter for a children’s play: MaiTé, het meisje en de vogel.
mau mau (julius wechter) m'bira (harold johnson, martin denny) misirlou (nicholas roubanis) simba (les baxter) tiki (les baxter) stone god (les baxter) tune from rangoon (les baxter) disc two - bonus album: maité, the girl and the bird bruno vansina: flute, melodica, saxophones, synth and paraphernalia.
Orchestra Exotica - Plays Martin Denny () , MB WebSite: Album Preview. Tracklist: Plays Martin Denny Escales Cobra Misirlou - Slow Version Jungle Madness Kalua The Enchanted Sea The Left Arm Of Buddha Llama Serenade Mau Mau M'Bira 3.