Exotica is the first album by Martin Denny, released in 1957. It contained Denny's most famous piece, "Quiet Village", and spawned an entire genre bearing its name. It was recorded December 1956 in Webley Edwards' studio in Waikiki (not, as often reported, the Aluminum Dome at Henry J. Kaiser's Hawaiian Village Complex). The album topped Billboard's charts in 1959.
Original Album Plus Bonus Tracks. Artist: Martin Denny and His Orchestra.
Exotica/Exotica Volume 2. "Please retry". Two of the best-selling "lounge" music albums of all time, together on one CD! In fact, Exotica 1 went to on the 1957 charts, thanks to the huge hit Quiet Village. These early Denny creations cover his more wildly "exotic" career phase. The first album, presented in its original "Spectra-Sonic" mono, includes the hit title track in its entire eerie swamp-varmint splendor
|A2||Return To Paradise|
|B1||Hong Kong Blues|
|D2||Ah Me Furi|
|LRP 3034||Martin Denny||Exotica (LP, Album, Mono)||Liberty||LRP 3034||US||1957|
|709502||Martin Denny||Exotica (CD, Album, RE)||Hallmark Music & Entertainment||709502||Netherlands||2010|
|LST 7034||Martin Denny||Exotica (LP, Album)||Liberty||LST 7034||Canada||1959|
|LST 7034||Martin Denny||Exotica (LP, Album, RP)||Liberty||LST 7034||US||1960|
|LRP 3034||Martin Denny||Exotica (LP, Album, Mono, RE)||Liberty||LRP 3034||US||Unknown|