Speaking of the 'fake,' beyond the jungle noises in so many exotica recordings, one of the most famous versions was by legit jazzmen on a Hoagy Carmichael LP. The Pacific Jazzmen, (feat Art Pepper) didn’t even try to make the bird sounds appear authentic. Hoagy Sings Carmichael With The Pacific Jazzmen (Pacific Jazz Records – PJ 1223, LP, 1957).
In 1982 Throbbing Gristle recorded Journey Through A Body, containing “Exotic Functions” an electronic Denny send up.
On Aug 3, 2013, at 4:47 PM, Roderic G Stephens wrote:
> My brother, John Stephens of muti-track fame, worked with Homer Rodeheaver on some of his International Sacred Recordings label, and on one Homer was giving a sermon and recitation that included a pet dog long gone. So, for "atmosphere", John supplied the distant mournful off mike dog bark and howl.