Archive for August 28 2011

Cocktail Nation 185-Tiki Oasis Report

Posted in bachelor pad by cocktailnation on August 28th, 2011

Well on the show this week we get a report on Tiki Oasis which just finished up last week, news on a comeback by Doris Day, in review with Koop we talk about a new book by Shirley Maclaine plus the best lounge and Exotica from across the globe.

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Karen Souza-Tainted

Love Frank Bennett-Pretend That Were Dead

Clouseaux-Destination- Oasis

Mr Ho’s Orchestra-Frenesi

Lalo Schifrin—Barney Does It All

Stan Getz-Penthouse Serenade

Orchestra Superstring- No Sho

Melody Gardot- Over The Rainbow

Martini Kings-Girl From Ipanema

Jackie Gleason-Ruby

Duke Ellington-Way Early Subtone

Belmonte and His Afro American Music-Caravan

Janet Seidel-Midnight Sun

Naughty Ones -Azure Te

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Cocktail Nation rerun-All Spy Edition

Posted in bachelor pad by cocktailnation on August 20th, 2011

This week Kooper is taking a vacation so he has pulled out a rerun for you , Enjoy the all spy jazz show this week. He went undercover to play the very best spy jazz from yesterday and today as he delves into the world of spy television talking to Wes Britton author of the book Spy Television and his website spywise.com. He talks to the guitarist on the original James Bond theme Vic Flick and the guardian of spy jazz today Tom Tremelo from Spy Fi.

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Mel Torme – Secret Agent Man

Cyril Stapeleton –The Saint

Laurie Johnson-The Avengers

Vicki Carr-The Silencers

John Barrie 7-James Bond Theme

Hugo Montenegro- Get Smart

Henry Mancini-Walkin Bass

Spy Fi – Black Tie Spy

Al Cailoa-Man from Uncle

The four Esquires-James Bond theme

Cocktail Preachers-Spy Fi

Count Basie-From Russia with Love

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Cocktail Nation 184-Paris To Die For

Posted in bachelor pad by cocktailnation on August 13th, 2011

Well how about this concept…Jackie O as a CIA spy…..sounds pretty far out,we’ll find out more shortly with an author who has constructed a whole story around this concept, we’ll check out a new movie set in the sixties that tackles race relations, another book from Chris Pinto has been released plus the best classic and neo lounge and exotica from across the globe.

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Pink Martini-And The Your Gone

Mr Ho’s Orchestra-Arab Dance

Hugo Montenegro-I Spy

Tikiyaki Orchestra Theme For Jetsetters

Sir Julian-Dansero Chaino -Sumac

Melody Gardot- Your Heart is As Black as Night

Orchestra Superstring-Lola On A Bicycle

Martini Kings-Fly Me To The Moon

Frank Sinatra -The Girl From Ipanema

Tamba Trio-Mas Que Nada

Beverly Kenny-Tea For Two

Janet Seidel-Canadian Sunset

link to Kirby Allan Story -http://blogs.phoenixnewtimes.com/uponsun/2011/07/remembering_kirby_allan_the_ma.php

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Cocktail Nation 183-This is Vintage Now

Posted in bachelor pad by cocktailnation on August 6th, 2011

this week we talk to David Gasten the producer of a new album called this is Vintage now, in review with Koop a new website to pick up some cool stuff for your swank pad, we’ll take a look at the new tv series about those gorgeous flight hostesses from the 60’s.

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Tikiyaki Orchestra-Mysteria

B Sharp Band -Destination Moon

Necrotonez-Fare Thee Well and Go to Hell

Chris Connor-Skyscraper Blues

Don Tiki-Odd Man Out

Midnight Combo-Soft Waving

Melody Gardot- Les Etoiles

Jimmy Vargas-Black Widow

Stereophonic Space Sound Unlimited-La Fille Dans Le Train

Billy May -Pawn Ticket

Buddy Cole-What Is There To Say

Mr Ho's Orchestrotica- Phoenix, Goodbye

Mel Tormé - Sunday In New York

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