9 thoughts on “ Ho-Ba-La-La - Martin Denny - Latin Village (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Mezill says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Latin Village on Discogs. Label: Liberty - LST • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Stereo • Country: US • Genre: Jazz, Latin • Style: Easy Listening, Space-Age, Latin Jazz/5(13).
  2. Kitaxe says:
    Feb 14,  · referencing Latin Village, LP, Album, Mono, LRP It appears the tracks Girl From Ipanema and Flying Down to Rio are mislabelled. The track labelled FDTR is the Girl From Ipanema melody/5(62).
  3. Mikall says:
    "The versatile Martin Denny" release is just that--a chance for Denny to show another side of this music. Some great tunes on here, including a bossa nova version of Quite Village. "Latin Village" is a terrific album. The title says it all--Denny does tunes with a latin /5(15).
  4. Tygogor says:
    Consistently pleasing, Latin Village is the triumph of Martin Denny's search for a new style, post-exotica. It doesn't hurt that many of the tunes are bossa novas. Significantly, Robert Drasnin lends his talents as co-arranger. (Drasnin has a "geographically challenged" exotica record of his own: Voodoo: Exotic Music from Polynesia and the Far East.)8/
  5. Zujin says:
    Latin Village, an Album by Martin Denny. Released in on Liberty (catalog no. LRP; Vinyl LP). Genres: Exotica. Featured peformers: Dave Pell (producer), Bob Florence (arranger), Robert Drasnin (arranger), Dave Wiechman (engineer), Bones Howe (engineer), Garrett-Howard, Inc. (cover design, photography)/5(32).
  6. Zukree says:
    Martin Denny: Latin Village (LP, Vinyl record album) - Martin Denny changes the rhythms from tropical to Latin here – but the overall groove is still -- .
  7. Nile says:
    "Martin Denny Quiet Village originally released in Iconic album artwork reflected the fantasy of Denny's Influential fusion of tropical moods. 9/10 All Music Guide review." Color vinyl.
  8. Gardat says:
    "Martin Denny's debut #1 album originally released in Original mono recording preferred by Martin Denny and featuring Arthur Lyman and Augie Colon. Exotica spawned an entire genre and the birth of the tiki/cocktail movement starts here." Color vinyl.
  9. Gardalkree says:
    lp (12"/10" album) · del ray · 17/04/ · in soundtracks / lounge / cult etc. Now back on wax, this album by prolific legend Martin Denny gave an entire genre its name! Originally released in , the importance of 'Exotica' is more than just historical, not just because the songs are all .

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