Sharing musics from the modern era, the forgotten past and everything in between. We talk and listen to artist overviews, genre histories and our weirdo favorites.
Time to whisk away to a fictional paradise with our show on Exotica. Exotica was a popular jazz and easy-listening genre from the late '50s and early '60s that harnessed America's interest in faux-Polynesian and tiki culture. Utilizing vibraphones, piano, exotic percussion and a healthy dose of bird calls, Exotica crafted a unique and fantastical world for its listeners to inhabit. We cover Martin Denny's genre-defining output, Les Baxter's essential compositions that laid the groundwork for the movement, Arthur Lyman's gorgeous, dreamy vibes and of course plenty of oddball outliers as well. Make yourself a strong mixed drink and melt into your couch on this episode of Philosophy of the World.
Categories | Music
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