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Swamp Fire - Martin Denny - Afro-Desia


1959
Label: London Records - HAA 7548 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: Australia • Genre: Jazz • Style: Easy Listening, Space-Age, Afro-Cuban Jazz
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9 thoughts on “ Swamp Fire - Martin Denny - Afro-Desia

  1. Tujas
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Afro-Desia - The Exotic Sounds Of Martin Denny on Discogs/5(2).
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  2. Merr
    Afro-Desia - The Exotic Sounds Of Martin Denny (complete Title on front and back Cover, spine and Labels) Early 's pressing with color label with Los Angeles 28 address. Pressed By uncredited, identified by runout stamps/5(5).
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  3. JoJorisar
    Oct 17,  · Afro-Desia sees Exotica luminary and pianist Martin Denny (–) venture into African landmarks shrouded in mystery. Recorded in Hollywood, released in on Liberty Records and realized with the help of percussionist and birdcaller August “Augie” Colón, mallet instrumentalist Julius Wechter, bassist Harvey Ragsdale as well as a more than prominent omnipresence of the Randy Van /5(97).
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  4. Tauzil
    Jun 05,  · With both title and cover implying hardcore cultural appropriation like only the s could accomplish, actually Afro-Desia avoids that mainly by not actually sounding very African at all - but between the syrupy vocals of the Randy Van Horne Singers and Martin Denny's usual plastic exotica what you get here is a delicious dose of the weird end of s kitsch/5(4).
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  5. Negor
    Afro-Desia - The Exotic Sounds Of Matin Denny (complete title on front and back cover, spine and labels) SPECTRA-SONIC-SOUND The Ultimate In High Fidelity (Notes on front and back cover and labels)4/5(28).
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  6. Faucage
    Nov 07,  · Afro-Desia along with Quiet Village and the Exoticas are wonderful favorites taking me back to childhood when I listened to Martin Denny all day long. I was so influenced by MD at that time I even wallpapered my room with bamboo/5(7).
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  7. Tushakar
    Oct 17,  · Martin Denny: Afro-Desia - The Exotic Sounds Of Martin Denny Side A closes with Hal Mooney’s Swamp Fire, a downwards spiraling pandemonium of fiery pianos of the Latin kind, energetically shaken maracas and a great thicket of boo-bams and congas which augment the scenery of voodoo magic in accordance with Colón’s vocal range /5(23).
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