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Various - Mondo Exotica (CD, Comp, RM) - USED

Capitol Records

Various - Mondo Exotica (CD, Comp, RM) - USED

€6.99

Released: 1996
Format: CD, Compilation, Remastered
Sleeve condition: Very Good Plus
Media condition: Very Good Plus

Tracklist:
[1] Swamp Fire
[2] Moon Mist
[3] Caravan
[4] Hypnotique
[5] Atlantis
[6] Alika
[7] Misirlou
[8] Lust
[9] Hana Maui
[10] Voodoo Dreams / Voodoo
[11] Jungle Madness
[12] Babalu
[13] Simba
[14] The Girlfriend Of The Whirling Dervish
[15] Bali Ha'i
[16] Pyramid Of The Sun
[17] Quiet Village
[18] Wimoweh

Mysterious melodies & tropical Tiki tunes.

Fascinating impressions of exotic places and faraway lands. Eighteen vintage masterpieces are performed by Exotica's most evocative and creative recording artists. Listen once, then go do that voodoo that you do so well.
Taboo!
from cover notes
Track 1 recorded c. 1958 · From the album "Afro-Desia"
Track 2 recorded March 18, 1961 · From the album "Polynesian Fantasy"
Track 3 recorded May 1, 1961 · Previously unreleased
Track 4 recorded c. 1967 · From the album "A Taste Of India"
Track 5 recorded December 21, 1953 · From the album "Kaleidoscope"
Track 6 recorded March 1, 1960 · From the album "Hawaii Calls: Exotic Instrumentals"
Track 7 recorded c. 1960 · From the album "Exotic Percussion"
Track 8 recorded c. 1953 · From the album "The Passions"
Track 9 recorded c. 1959 · From the album "Little Grass Shack"
Track 10 (Voodoo Dreams) recorded February 25, 1959 · From the album "Jungle Jazz"
Track 10 (Voodoo) recorded May 16, 1958 · Previously unreleased
Track 11 recorded c. 1959 · From the album "Hypnotique"
Track 12 recorded April 21, 1952 · From a Capitol Records single
Track 13 recorded May 20, 1955 · From the album "Tamboo!"
Track 14 recorded c. 1960 · From the album "Exotic Percussion"
Track 15 recorded November 19, 1959 · From the album "Brass And Bamboo"
Track 16 recorded September 3, 1959 · From the album "The Sacred Idol"
Track 17 recorded c. 1958 · From the album "Exotica"
Track 18 recorded April 21, 1952 · From a Capitol Records single

Booklet included


(P) & (C) 1996 Capitol Records Inc.

Liner notes list a "J. Mercer" credit as a writer on track 2. However it refers to Mercer Ellington who composed the song supposedly with the help of his father Duke Ellington.


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