Martini Kings | Lost in Paradise

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Lost in Paradise

by Martini Kings

Dig the Lounge classic instrumentation! (including a 35 piece orchestra!) Features all of our favorite vocalists!
Genre: Jazz: Traditional Jazz Combo
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1. Rancho Mirage
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2. Nothin' but Time
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3:53 $1.29
3. Lost in Paradise
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2:32 $1.29
4. Kings Highway
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4:05 $1.29
5. Cuchy Frito Man
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2:12 $1.29
6. Goonkacha
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1:54 $1.29
7. Goodbye to Lonely Town
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8. Winds Rush In
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9. A Deadly Vice
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
This is the first album by the Kings where they bring in vocals to the eclectic mix. (The 14th CD by the Martini Kings). This Album consists of the usually ultra cool vibe based original instrumentals mixed with tracks by their favorite vocalists. Check out the opening track Rancho Mirage featuring a 35 piece orchestra! The cd is extremely lush but never sleepy.
Standout tracks include Lost in Paradise- a nod to 60's Sergio Mendes, Kings Highway - Think Hef's Playboy After Dark
and the James Bond inspired - A Deadly Vice. Album cover features the Martini Kings at the legendary Elrod House in Palm Srings, Ca. where the classic Bond film Diamond's Are Forever was shot in 1972.


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