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Martin Denny

In the mid-'50s, composer and pianist Martin Denny combined lounge jazz, Hawaiian music, Latin rhythms, bird calls, and then-exotic ethnic instruments like, koto, gamelans, and Burmese temple bells into the sound known as exotica. Although the craze was short-lived, Denny recorded several popular instrumental albums and hit number four in 1959 with "Quiet Village," one of the most unusual top ten singles of all time. Born on the mainland, Denny drew upon his worldwide experiences as a touring musician to conjure a sound that evoked the tranquility and mystery of the South Pacific. Puerto Rican bongo player Augie Colón (who also contributed the bird calls) and vibesman Arthur Lyman (who went on to a successful solo exotica career of his own) were also key elements of Denny's melange. Virtually forgotten for decades, Denny (and exotica itself) experienced a resurgence of popularity beginning in the mid-'80s, and has been cited as an inspiration by a surprising array of musicians.

Denny was born April 10, 1911 in New York City. A child prodigy, at age ten he studied piano under Lester Spitz and Isadore Gorn. For four years he toured South America with the Don Dean Orchestra, followed by a 43-month stint in the U.S. Air Force during World War II. Following his December 1945 discharge, Denny settled in Los Angeles, studying piano, composition, and orchestration at the Los Angeles Conservatory of Music. In early 1954 he relocated to Hawaii, contracting to appear at the Honolulu club Don the Beachcomber's. The following year Denny formed his own group, originally consisting of vibist Arthur Lyman, bassist John Kramer, and percussionist Augie Colón. In 1956, while appearing at steel and shipping magnate Henry Kaiser's Shell Bar -- a club inside the open-air Oahu resort Hawaiian Village, complete with a small pond adjacent to the stage -- the combo realized that the croaking of nearby bullfrogs blended perfectly with their tropical musical approach. On a lark, Colón also began imitating bird calls on-stage, much to the delight of the audience. Denny soon began incorporating South Pacific and Far East instruments into his arrangements as well, and by the time he recorded his Liberty Records debut, 1957's Exotica, his singular sound was firmly in place.

The release of Exotica proved perfectly timed -- as the '50s drew to a close, tiki culture was all the rage in mainland America, with Hawaiian shirts a fashion trend and tiki torches a staple of backyard parties. Moreover, the evolution from mono to stereo recording and playback had taken root, and with its bird whistles, jungle calls, and far-flung instruments, the many distinctive components of Denny's sound were ideal for channel separation. Originally composed by Les Baxter, the instrumental "Quiet Village" was a massive success, earning Denny and his group an appearance on TV's American Bandstand, and the accompanying Exotica LP topped the Billboard charts. But ironically, even as his music came to embody Hawaiian culture and its mythical allure, Denny himself was no longer a fixture of the island musical culture -- after a bitter contract dispute with Kaiser, he brought his group stateside, and they made their first mainland appearance at the 1957 Pebble Beach Crosby Open golf tournament party. Soon after, Kaiser lured Lyman back to Hawaii to assume Denny's vacated spot headlining the Shell Bar; Denny replaced him with Julius Wechter. Likewise, Kramer was later replaced by Harvey Ragsdale, and a second percussionist, Harold Chang, was also added the lineup.

For many listeners, the exotica craze proved short-lived, and Denny never again matched the success of "Quiet Village," although subsequent singles including "A Taste of Honey," "The Enchanted Sea" and "Ebb Tide" did find some favor on the pop charts. For connoisseurs, however, the story certainly does not end there. Denny continued making records in his trademark style throughout the '60s, many of them housed in eye-popping sleeves featuring model Sandy Warner, who was such a ubiquitous presence that she was even dubbed "The Exotica Girl." (Warner eventually recorded her own LP, Fair and Warmer, with Denny himself authoring the liner notes.) While his interests in African and Pacific Rim musical traditions yielded concept records like Afro-Desia and Sayonara, other efforts turned towards more conventional easy listening, which Liberty dubbed his "honey" sound. For the most part, however, Denny remained a restless innovator. For Primitiva, he recorded using a number of gongs, drums, and odd brass instruments acquired from a Buddhist mountaintop temple in Burma by friend and filmmaker John Sturges, on location to shoot the Frank Sinatra vehicle None But the Brave. (According to legend, the instruments were then carried down the mountain by a procession of Buddhist monks.) For 1969's Exotic Moog, his Liberty swan song, Denny even embraced electronics, much to the chagrin of his dwindling fan base.

With his recording career largely behind him, Denny maintained a busy touring schedule throughout the '70s and into the following decade. In 1985, he announced his retirement, settling in Hawaii with his longtime wife June, but three years later he grew restless, reuniting with Lyman, Colón, Chang, and adding bassist Archie Grant to return for a series of sold-out club dates. A Japanese tour yielded the live recording Exotica: The Best of Martin Denny. As the new decade began, he was the recipient of the Hawaiian Association of Music's Hoku Award for lifetime achievement; the honor coincided with the beginnings of an exotica/space age pop revival, and virtually overnight Denny's vintage LPs began disappearing from used record stores. He was also the subject a major reissue campaign on the Scamp label. Now a music icon for a new generation, Denny again returned to the road, making live appearances even into the 2000s. His last concert was held in Hawaii on February 13, 2005 at a benefit to aid tsunami victims. Just three weeks later on March 3, 2005 Martin Denny, icon and innovator, passed away at the age of 93. ~ Richie Unterberger & Jason Ankeny
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: The Enchanted Sea

1. Trade Winds

2. My Isle Of Golden Dreams

3. Stardust

4. Song Of The Islands

5. Flotsam And Jetsam

6. Beyond The Sea (La Mer)

7. Offshore

8. Sentimental Journey

9. Beyond The Reef

10. Baubles, Bangles And Beads

11. Cross Current

12. The Enchanted Sea

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Track List: Exotica III

1. Jungle River Boat

2. Harbor Lights

3. Manila

4. Mama Iti E Papa E

5. Bamboo Lullaby

6. Ringo Oiwake

7. Moon Of Manakoora

8. Limehouse Blues

9. Beautiful Kahana

10. Caravan

11. Congo Train

12. Hello Young Lovers

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Track List: The Best Of Martin Denny's Exotica

1. Exotica

2. Coronation

3. Quiet Village

4. Forbidden Island

5. Ore (God Of Vengeance)

6. La Pampa Y La Puna

7. Flamingo

8. Hypnotique

9. Miserlou

10. Caravan

11. Escales

12. My Little Grass Shack In Kealakekua, Hawaii

13. Jungle Drums

14. Taboo

15. The Enchanted Isle

16. Similau

17. Bingo Oiwake

18. Stardust

19. Martin Denny On Martin Denny (Interview)

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Track List: Baked Alaska

1. Busy Port

2. Bacoa

3. Bali Ha'i

4. The Girl From Ipanema

5. America

7. A Taste Of Honey

9. Beyond The Reef

11. Quiet Village

12. Hawaiian Wedding Song

16. Burma Train

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Track List: Quiet Village

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 In Kealakekua, Hawaii Cha Cha Cha

9. Tune From Rangoon

10. Happy Talk

11. Pagan Love Song

12. Laura

13. Quiet Village

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Track List: Quiet Village / The Enchanted Sea - The Exotic Sounds Of Martin Denny

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 In Kealakekua, Hawaii Cha Cha Cha

9. Tune From Rangoon

10. Happy Talk

11. Pagan Love Song

12. Laura

13. Quiet Village

14. Trade Winds

15. My Isle Of Golden Dreams

16. Stardust

17. Song Of The Islands

18. Flotsam And Jetsam

19. Beyond The Sea (La Mer)

21. Sentimental Journey

22. Beyond The Reef

23. Baubles, Bangles And Beads

25. The Enchanted Sea

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Track List: The Exotic Sounds Of Martin Denny

Disc 1

1. Quiet Village (1996 Digital Remaster)

2. Isle Of Love (1996 Digital Remaster)

3. Manila (1996 Digital Remaster)

4. Diga Diga Doo (1996 Digital Remaster)

5. When First I Love (1996 Digital Remaster)

6. Swamp Fire (1996 Digital Remaster)

7. Bali Ha'i (1996 Digital Remaster)

8. Time And Tide (1996 Digital Remaster)

9. Flamingo (1996 Digital Remaster)

10. Hypnotique / Hypnotique (1996 Digital Remaster)

11. Stone God (1996 Digital Remaster)

12. The Enchanted Isle (1996 Digital Remaster)

13. Ringo Oiwake / Firecrackers (1996 Digital Remaster)

14. Tune From Rangoon (1996 Digital Remaster)

15. Oro (God Of Vengeance) (1996 Digital Remaster)

16. Malia (1996 Digital Remaster)

17. August Bells (1996 Digital Remaster)

18. Jungle Drums (1996 Digital Remaster)

19. Llama Serenade (1996 Digital Remaster)

20. Hava Nagila / Scimitar (1996 Digital Remaster)

Disc 2

1. The Left Arm Of Buddah

2. Lotus Land (Digitally Remastered 96)

3. Cubano Chant (Digitally Remastered 96)

4. La Pampa Y La Puna (Digitally Remastered 96)

5. Caravan (1996 Digital Remaster)

6. Tahitian Sunset (Digitally Remastered 96)

7. Mau Mau (1996 Digital Remaster)

8. Jungle Madness (1996 Digital Remaster)

9. Black Orchid / Black Orchid (Alternate Version)

10. Ruby (Digitally Remastered 96)

11. Coronation (Digitally Remastered 96)

12. Similau (Digitally Remastered 96)

13. Chant Of The Weed / Song Of India

14. Bacoa (1996 Digital Remaster)

15. The Enchanted Sea (1996 Digital Remaster)

16. Tsetse Fly (1996 Digital Remaster)

17. Song Of The Bayou (1996 Digital Remaster)

18. Taboo (Digitally Remastered 96)

19. Exotica / Voodoo Love (Digitally Remastered 96)

20. Tiki / Quiet Village (Digitally Remastered 96)

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Track List: Exotica Volume II

1. Shoshu Night Serenade

2. Island Of Dreams

3. Japanese Farewell Song

4. Singing Bamboos

5. The Queen Chant (Li Liu E)

6. The Hawaiian Wedding Song (Ke Kali Nei Au)

7. Escales

8. When First I Love

9. August Bells

10. Bacoa

11. Ebb Tide

12. Rush Hour In Hong Kong

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Track List: Exotica

1. Quiet Village

2. Return To Paradise

3. Hong Kong Blues

4. Busy Port

5. Lotus Land

6. Similau

7. Stone God

8. Jungle Flower

9. China Nights (Shina No Yuro)

10. Ah Me Furi

11. Waipio

12. Love Dance

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Track List: Latin Village

1. Angelito

2. On Green Dolphin Street

3. Corcovado

4. Without You

5. Ho-Ba-La-La

6. Something Latin

7. Manha De Carnaval

8. Latin Village

9. The Girl From Ipanema

10. Malaguena

11. Sugar Cane

12. Flying Down To Rio

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Track List: The Versatile Martin Denny

1. Theme From Mondo Cane

2. Exotique Bossa Nova

3. Our Day Will Come

4. Scarlet Mist

5. The End Of The World

6. Little Boat

7. Sukiyaki

8. Quiet Village Bossa Nova

9. Losing You

10. Strawberry Tree

11. Little Bird

12. Night in Tunisia

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Track List: Another Taste Of Honey

1. Like Young

2. Blue Carousel

3. Bijou

4. Harlem Nocturne

5. Theme From The Manchurian Candidate

6. Somerset

7. Anniversary Song

8. Volare

9. Satin Doll

10. Cool (West Side Story)

11. Invitation

12. Jitterbug Waltz

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Track List: A Taste Of Honey

1. A Taste Of Honey

2. I'm In A Dancing Mood

3. Black Orchid

4. Take Five

5. Stranger On The Shore

6. Walk On The Wild Side

7. Exodus

8. A-Me-Ri-Ca

9. Route 66

10. Clair De Lune

11. Violetta

12. The Wild One

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Track List: Afro-Desia

1. Tsetse Fly

2. Ma'chumba

3. Jungle Drums

4. Cubano Chant

5. Baia

6. Swamp Fire

7. Temptation

8. Simba

9. Mumba

10. Aku-Aku

11. Raftero

12. Siboney

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Track List: Forbidden Island

1. Cobra

2. Port Au Prince

3. Exotica

4. Little China Doll

5. Bali Ha'i

6. Narcissus Queen

7. Goony Birds

8. Sim Sim

9. Primitiva

10. March Of The Siamese Children

11. Sukara

12. Forbidden Island

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Track List: Primitiva

1. Burma Train

2. Kalua

3. M'Gambo Mambo

4. Buddhist Bells

5. M'Bira

6. Flamingo

7. Llama Serenade

8. Akaka Falls

9. Bangkok Cockfight

10. Mau Mau

11. Dites Moi

12. Jamaica Farewell

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I like how the piano parts remind me of a harp.
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Classic lounge tiki music. Never tire of it
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Love Tiki music and exotica and '50s and early '60s music and the middle class America that produced it. Tiki culture began in 1934 in Hollywood by Don the Beachcomber . After the war other clubs in Hawaii and the mainland opened as the trend grew. Returning vets and middle class Americans in general fueled that wonderful craze. It was a wonderful era. As for saving the world....not sure.
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Pandora needs to add Gene Rains to the artists here. He had some great Tiki and Exotica out in the early 1960s.
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Love Tiki music and exotica and '50s and early '60s music and the middle class America that produced it. But Tiki culture began in 1934 in Hollywood by Don the Beachcomber. After the war other clubs in Hawaii and the mainland opened as the trend grew. Yes, returning vets and middle class Americans in general fueled that wonderful craze. As for saving the world, not sure about that. Appreciate their sacrifices; also appreciate the Vietnam vets. Sincere, brave men who were misled or no choice.
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Pandora needs to add Gene Rains to the artists here. He had some great Tiki and Exotica out in the early 1960s.
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I love Tiki music and exotica and the '50s and early '60s music and the middle class America that produced it. But Tiki culture began in 1934 in Hollywood by Don the Beachcomber. After the war other clubs in Hawaii and mainland opened as the trend grew. Yes, returning vets and middle class Americans in general fueled that wonderful craze. As for saving the world from the axis, which axis is that? The one that sold us out?
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Pandora needs to add Gene Rains to the artists here. He had some great Tiki and Exotica out in the early 1960s.
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I love Tiki music and exotica and the '50s and early '60s music and the middle class America that produced it. But Tiki culture began in 1934 in Hollywood by Don the Beachcomber. After the war other clubs in Hawaii and mainland opened as the trend grew. Yes, returning vets and middle class Americans in general fueled that wonderful craze. As for saving the world from the axis, which axis is that? The one that sold us out? The one that protected Stalin and allowed communism to spread?
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Gee, which axis was that? The one that's running us now? The ones who have sold us out? Saved the world? Get real.
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Pandora needs to add Gene Rains, another outstanding exotica artist, tot his list.
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After our Fathers came bk from the 2nd World War,they wanted Peace and Quiet,being why the Music Genre known as Musik was born,so before anyone says something smart A$$,remember ! They saved the World and our Country from the Axis.
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enchanted sea is my favorite
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Have always enjoyed his sound and played a lot of it as a DJ in the late 50s-early 60s. Have most of his records.
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Great music if you in that mood. Interesting life Mr. Denny had.
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tpunk2000
Nice job on the bio Jason.
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Martinique.. . . v e r y relaxing
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hugajudge
I have his album A Taste of Honey - it is really hard to find, but extraordinar y ! It is the first Denny I ever heard and also one of the first albums I ever listened to (thanks to a brother 10 years older than I)
It has many originals and also covers At taste Of Honey, West Side Story, Claire de Lune, Take Five, Route 66, and a few others, as only MD could.
see it http://recor d s . f r u i t y f a m i l y . c o m / c o v e r s / T a s t e % 2 0 o f % 2 0 H o n e y . j p g
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happyface647
Lovin This
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Cheese-us!! Martin Denny was born in 1911!! He could have been my dad!! DMB
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Martin Denny and many a Skippy got me through high school. We used to raid our fokes liquior cabinets when they were'nt home and take a little from each bottle to fill a Skippy peanut butter jar (minus the peanut butter of course) with a Quiet Village sound track. I'm an old f*rt and I missed hip-hop, pot and drugs....tha n k gawd! Dick Clark-Americ a n Band Stand, Ozzy and Harriet, Elvis, The Honymooners and Dr. Pepper were my speed.
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georgidlt
See Martin Denny performing live with Don Tiki in this video http://www.d o n t i k i . c o m / h a w a i i - m o v i n g - c o m p a n y /
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If I want my blood pressure to lower,I just spin - yes, I still play LPs - one of my Martin Denny or Arthur Lyman platters. Exotica rules!
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mahubert0811
Is the guy below implying that Martin Denny created the CIA and was involved with the Roswell Incident? Or is it just coincidence that Martin left the USAF (Army Air Corps) at the same time? Espionage via vibraphone?
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Cool dude.
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gary3926
Hi. To quote the above bio: "For four years he toured South America with the Don Dean Orchestra, followed by a 43-month stint in the U.S. Air Force during World War II. Following his December 1945 discharge... ." The U.S. Air Force was created in September, 1947 (actually, the same month also saw the creation of the CIA was created -- and the Roswell Incident, which occurred first, hmm). Before that, the Air Force was called The Army Air Corp.
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IT BRINGS BK MEMORIES AS A KID IN THE EARLY 60,S WATCHING COSMO ADULTS,AND THE THEIR SUB CULTURE.
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This is just what I need for my buisness. Great relaxing sound! Tiki Cool
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dpete410
It doesn't get any better than Martin Denny.
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mdebruler1
I was first exposed to his sound in the late 1950's, by my step-mom, after she returned from a cruise to Hawaii. Never got over the idea of a tropical Paradise and the music to match.
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I'm a little late to his...sound. S t i l l love it.Great stuff.
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like his music
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daijobu1929
I like his music
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I always loved Quiet Village and chase him down every chance I get
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I remember Quiet Village from my very early childhood in the 70's. After accidentally finding a vinyl at a neighbors house I started searching for his music. Such great memories! Truly the best of an era...and yes I wish someone would do a similar style also.
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suewritesutw o
I really like the clean sounds of his music. I'll listen to more of it in the future.
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Most people nowadays have never heard of Martin Denny. Those of us from an earlier age, remember him well, and appreciate his music.

I wish someone would have followed up with his style of music.
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myinfinitus
NO KA OE!
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shelleysping a t h
I was born in 1954 and fell in love with this music in 1976
when i was in my earky twenties! I have been a fan ever since!!!!!

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