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Exotic Tiki Island Podcast with Tiki Brian – Show 14

Aloha, Welcome to the Exotic Tiki Island Podcast show 14.

In This show, we will be visiting the main beach, the forbidden lagoon and we will welcome a new resident on Exotic Tiki Island!


Jungle Deep Podcast

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“Celebrate Life where it is most intense”: Jungle Deep is the podcast for people who love tropical plants, exotic animals, enchanted places, island music and Tiki culture.  Our guests include biologists,  zoologists, climatologist, filmmakers, environmental educators, musicians, nonprofit conservation leaders, and many more people who share their experiences of the jungle. People who care to help preserve the tropical rain forests and people who dare to celebrate their feeling of a deep connection to nature.  Jungle Deep is for you!

Exotic Tiki Island Podcast: Show 14


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Show 14 Track listing:

  1. Driftwood – Jimmy Namaro Trio
  2. Mapuana – The Gene Rains Group
  3. Myna Bird – Eden Ahbez
  4. River of Dreams – Don Tiare and his orchestra exotique
  5. Mama Iti E Papa E – Poss Miyazaki
  6. Invitation to a Luau / Sweet and Sour / Mamola by Moonlight – Jerry Byrd
  7. My Little Grass Shack in Kealakekua, Hawaii – Sammy Kaye
  8. Bali ha’i – Axel Stordahl
  9. Maui Rain – Johnny Spencer and the Kona Koasters
  10. Aloha No Au I Ko Maka – Waikiki Wanderers
  11. Waialae – Waikiki Wandersers
  12. La Cumparsa – Jose Bethancourt & His Orchestra
  13. Sim Sim – Martin Denny
  14. s’Pacifica – Johnny Spencer and the Kona Koasters
  15. Ritual Drum Dance – Titi Puente
  16. Bantu Spear Dance – Tak Shindo
  17. Sushi – Ren Kona
  18. Na Molokama – Alfred Apaka and his Hawaiians

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