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As part of our ongoing series of reappraised, re-mastered and INTENSIFIED releases of music from the 1950's and before. Let US consider EXOTICA!, well, here we hit the Daddy of them all, MARTIN DENNY! From the spectacular sleeve, featuring the Exotica Girl, Sandy Warner, in one of her many guises, (this time she seems to be disguised as Lounge Laura), to the cool hypnotic vibes of the music within, this is an ESSENTIAL album. Presented here in both it's Hi Fi Mono version, and it's Spectrasonic Stereo version (both VERY different beasts indeed!) for your especial pleasure, featuring notes by RevOla's very own Exotica Girl, Lounge Laura Taylor, and a whole load of wonderful tracks to chill out to! Pour the cocktails and dim the lights... for Martin Denny! The original hit album, carefully re-mastered in best Rev-Ola style! - with brand new liner notes - in both MONO and STEREO not mere cursory remixes, but two entirely DIFFERENT recordings. This is the first time these legendary albums have appeared on CD in this form! a must for all fans of 1950's lounge and Exotica, anyone who wants to hear where ambient music started, and anyone who likes to relax with a Mai-Tai in hand on a late summer evening!

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1) Stranger in Paradise
2) Hawaiian War Chant
3) Coronation
4) Sake Rock
5) Paradise Found
6) Firecracker
7) Martinique
8) My Little Grass Shack
9) Tune from Rangoon
10) Happy Talk
11) Pagan Love Song
12) Laura
13) Quiet Village
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