Wednesday, July 13, 2022

Dream Weapons present: PORT OF CALL C60

Back in the days you had to either know - or be a seaman to have heard the music of the world. But today I’m your captain inviting you all on a musical treasure hunt. Get ready for another dizzying round trip of the seven seas - and back in time -Moahaha 


1 Rene Hall & His Band - Cleo (1958)
2 Adelina Garcia - Desesperadamente (1940)
3 Odete Amaral - A Batucada Começou (1941)
4 Irany e seu Conjunto - Que Murmurem (1957)
5 Josephine Baker - Sous Le Ciel d'Afrique (1935)
6 Rita Drangsholt - Sigøynerfiolinen (1945)
7 Naushad - Dance Music (1954)
8 이난영 / Lee Nan Young - 과거몽  / Lost in the Past (1940)
9 The Haitian Orchestra - Sous Les Palmiers (1939)
10 Siss Hartmann - Plukke En Høne Med Deg (1955)

11 Djuwita - Perahu Ladju (1955)
12 Roy Smeck and his Paradise Serenaders - I'll Be With You In Apple Blossom Time (1957)
13 Xavier Cugat feat. Dinah Shore - Jungle Drums (1952)
14 Carol Bruce - Carioca (1941)
15 Mohamed Abdel Wahab - El Mamaljk (1948)
16 Shiraz  - Khitayyi (1957)
17 Tak Shindo - Huts of Kichwamba (1958)
18 Jean Lumiere - Le Caravanier (1940)
19 Damia - La Nuit en Mer (1936)
20 Hank Mardigian - Chefte Telli (1958)

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14 comments:

  1. Thanks a lot for this new gift, sounds to remember sunny days here in southern hemisphere!!
    CM.

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    1. Yes, this time of year we even got some sunny days here in the northern hemisphere!

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  2. By the way, the compilation is truly awesome...Cold snowy day here is getting warmer under "Port of Call" delights!!

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    1. Wow snowing... in New Zealand? Anyway glad you enjoy it and glad you posted a comment, because now I clicked on your name and noticed your latest stack of great shares!

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    2. Please be my guest in my blog, it's inspired on your work with DW along the time!! (...and about the snow, i'm from Chile, South America hehe)

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    3. Thanks! Right - I was thinking you had to live in either Chile, Argentina or New Zealand, but landed on the latter as your english seem pretty much flawless.

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  3. Thank you so much for including the years on the track listing! I know it can take extra detective work to find those and I really appreciate it. Great mix!

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    1. It took a little extra effort and I'm glad it's appreciated - also happy that you like the mix:)

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  4. Cleo... used to know an old lady named Cleo.. Superb mix per usual.. Not sure why i'm not signed in... says i'm an anonymous

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    1. Hey anonymous. I'm anonymous too, and I'm Moahaha. I have no idea why this is. Never known a Cleo. Is it short for Cleopatra btw?
      ...Glad you like the mix!

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  5. I have a very good feeling about this compilation ! Thanks !

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  6. You're welcome DOOMSTERJOHN! -Moahaha (who's not able to comment from my google-account)

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  7. You're welcome zipper! -Moahaha (who's still unable to sign in to comment as "myself")

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