Exotic Moog (LP, Album). United Artists Records, United Artists Records. SUAL 933520, SLYL 93. 20. SUAL-933,520, SLYL-933,520. Exotic Moog (LP, Album).
Exotic Moog is the glittering grail for both Martin Denny collectors and Moog fans. There really is nothing else like it, and the LP is very much in short supply. Mostly because of the Moog's difficulty and sharp differentiation from traditional instruments, Moog records of the late 1960s tend to be disappointing musically.
By: Martin Denny (1969, Electronic). 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. View all albums . Exotic Moog. By: Martin Denny (1969, Electronic).
Denny built a collection of strange and exotic instruments with the help of several airline friends. They would bring Denny back these instruments and he would build arrangements around them. His music was a combination of ethnic styles: South Pacific, the Orient and Latin rhythms. During an engagement at the Shell Bar, Denny discovered what would become his trademark and the birth of "exotica. For instance, we called one album with an African sound Afro-desia and Sandy dyed her hair blond for the photo session; she's seen against a background of colorful African masks. When we did Hypnotique, which is surrealistic, she had dark hair. For Primitiva, she was photographed standing waist-deep in water. The Exotica album was recorded in December 1956 and released in 1957. Martin Denny - Exotic Moog - Quiet Village - Duration: 4:06. Junkbomb 10,471 views.
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Martin Denny (April 10, 1911 ‒ March 2, 2005) was an American piano-player and composer best known as the "father of exotica. In a long career that saw him performing well into the 1980s, he toured the world popularizing his brand of lounge music which included exotic percussion, imaginative rearrangements of popular songs, and original songs that celebrated Tiki culture.
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Written-By – Les Baxter
|A2||I Talk To The Trees
Written-By – Alan Jay Lerner-Frederick Lowe*
Written-By – Alan Bergman, Marilyn Keith, Norman Luboff
|A4||The Enchanted Sea
Written-By – Frank Metis, Randy Starr
Written-By – Roger-Roger*
|A6||Let Go (Canto De Ossanha)
Written-By – Badden Powell*, Norman Gimbel, V. DeMoraes*
Written-By – J. Barry*
|B2||Cast Your Fate To The Wind
Written-By – C. Weber*, V. Guaraldi*
|B3||Let It Be Me (Je T'Appartiens)
Written-By – Gilbert Becaud*, Mann Curtis, Pierre Delanoe*
|B4||A Taste Of Honey
Written-By – Bobby Scott, Ric Marlow
|B5||Was It Really Love
Written-By – Alex North, Paul Francis Webster
|B6||Love Me Tonight (All Fine Della Strada)
Written-By – B. Mason*, D. Pace*, Tilat*, M. Panzeri*
- Copyright (c) – Liberty Records, Inc.
- Arranged By – Clark Gassman
- Art Direction – Gabor Halmos
- Engineer – Lanky Linstrot
- Photography By [Cover] – Tommy Mitchell
- Producer – Dave Pell, Lanky Linstrot
Notes© LIBERTY/UA, INC., LOS ANGELES, CALIF. • Printed In U.S.A.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side 1, etched): LST-7621-1
- Matrix / Runout (Side 2, etched): LST-7621-2
- Rights Society (A2-A5, B3-B5): ASCAP
- Rights Society (A1, A6-B2, B6): BMI
|LST-7621||Martin Denny||Exotic Moog (LP, Album)||Liberty||LST-7621||US||1969|
|STL 7621-B||Martin Denny||Exotic Moog (Reel, 4tr Stereo, 7" Reel, Album)||Liberty||STL 7621-B||US||1969|
|C-0982||Martin Denny||Exotic Moog (Cass, Album)||Liberty||C-0982||US||Unknown|
|SUAL 933520, SLYL 933.520||Martin Denny||Exotic Moog (LP, Album)||United Artists Records, United Artists Records||SUAL 933520, SLYL 933.520||New Zealand||1969|
|SUAL-933,520, SLYL-933,520||Martin Denny||Exotic Moog (LP, Album)||United Artists Records, United Artists Records||SUAL-933,520, SLYL-933,520||Australia||Unknown|