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Sunday, 8 January 2012

PMB062: Fantastica (Russ Garcia, Spacedog, Jeroen Tel, Polysick, Gianni Rossi, Mr Chop, Noel Boggs, Barry Stoller)

PMB062: FantasticaOn the show this week we pay a slightly belated tribute to one of the giants of space age bachelor pad music, Russ Garcia, who sadly passed away towards the end of 2011. Garcia had a very illustrious career as an arranger and orchestrator but he is probably best loved for his 1959 album Fantastica which was one of the first space-themed lounge records.

As well as plenty of music from Russ Garcia we also have lots of artists and releases new to us at the Moonbase including, most excitingly, a track from the brand new debut album from friend of the show, Sarah Angliss, and her band Spacedog.

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The Music

1.Jeroen Tel: Alternative Fuel from Maniacs of Noise (entry to competition at X'2004)Free
2.Mr. Chop: Breakthrough from Switched OnBuy on AmazonSwitched On - Mr. Chop
3.Russ Garcia: Volcanoes Of Mercury from FantasticaBuy on AmazonFantastica - Music from Outer Space - Russ Garcia
4.Gianni Rossi: Free Wheelin' from Star Vehicle (The Original Motion Picture Score)Buy on AmazonStar Vehicle (The Original Motion Picture Score) - Gianni Rossi
5.Polysick: Nightwalk Listen
6.Russ Garcia: Ba-Tu-Ca-Da from CariocaBuy on AmazonCarioca - Russ Garcia
7.Noel Boggs Quintet: Caravan from Magic Steel GuitarBuy on AmazonMagic Steel Guitar (Remastered) - Noel Boggs Quintet
8.Spacedog: Hypnotist from Juice For The BabyBuy
9.Russell Garcia: Lost/Hallucinations from Atlantis: The Lost Continent (1961) - original Motion Picture SoundtrackBuy on AmazonAtlantis: The Lost Continent (1961) -original Motion Picture Soundtrack - Russell Garcia
10.Barry Stoller: Condition RedBuy

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