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In 1957, Martin Denny covered Les Baxter's "Quiet Village", with exotic bird calls and a vibraphone instead of strings, which established the sound of the Polynesian styled music. The song reached #2 on Billboard's charts in 1959 with Denny's Exotica album reaching #1. [6] Soon the new technology of stereo further opened up the musical palettes of Denny and other prominent exotica artists such as Arthur Lyman and Juan GarcĂ­a Esquivel .

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Drasnin was keen to invoke the jazzy but lush spirit of Voodoo! which wasn‘t just recorded in another decade, but another time – The Flintstones weren‘t even on the air back in 1959, let alone had the race to the moon reached its full intensity. The success of the similiarity of Voodoo II to its predecessor, the liner notes by Heller and Exotica expert Jeff Chenault , and finally, the inclusion of Josh Agle ‘s alias Shag ‘s purple Pop Art are the last pieces of a mosaic full of small serendipities. After elucidating these background situations that led to the album‘s existence, I‘ll concentrate on most of its songs.

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