New Orleans surely has one of the richest musical cultures of any metropolitan area in the world. In addition to being hailed as the birthplace of jazz, it has also spawned nationally successful and creative musicians in every imaginable musical genre: the blues like Snooks Eaglin, soul singers like Irma Thomas, Aaron Neville, and Lee Dorsey, the R&B from Ernie K-Doe, and genre-hopping figures like Allen Toussaint and Dr. John, to name just a few. There are tracks from many well-known figures, Clifton Chenier, Professor Longhair, a cut of bluesy jazz made famous by Louis Armstrong and a wave in the direction of Latin music, the funk, the brass and of course Mardi Gras tunes and the many tunes for horn lines.
New Orleans surely has one of the richest musical cultures of any metropolitan area in the world. In addition to being hailed as the birthplace of jazz, it has also spawned nationally successful and creative musicians in every imaginable musical genre: the blues like Snooks Eaglin, soul singers like Irma Thomas, Aaron Neville, and Lee Dorsey, the R&B from Ernie K-Doe, and genre-hopping figures like Allen Toussaint and Dr. John, to name just a few. There are tracks from many well-known figures, Clifton Chenier, Professor Longhair, a cut of bluesy jazz made famous by Louis Armstrong and a wave in the direction of Latin music, the funk, the brass and of course Mardi Gras tunes and the many tunes for horn lines.
8719039006038

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Format: CD
Label: FCYS
Rel. Date: 11/29/2019
UPC: 8719039006038

Cafe New Orleans / Various (Hol)

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DISC: 1

1. Fats Domino - Walking To New Orleans
2. Lee Dorsey - Ya Ya
3. Aaron Neville - Every Day
4. Mac Rebennack (Dr. John) - The Point
5. Clifton Chenier - Ay-Tete Fee
6. Chris Kenner - I Like It Like That (Part 1)
7. Allen Toussaint - Sweetie-Pie
8. Earl King - Trick Bag
9. Barbara George - I Know (You Don't Love Me No More) 1
10. Johnny Adams - A Losing Battle 1
11. Sugar Boy Crawford - Jock-A-Mo 1
12. Irma Thomas - It's Raining 1
13. Al Johnson - Carnival Time 1
14. Sidney Bechet - When The Saints Go Marching In 1
15. Art Neville - All These Things 1
16. Smiley Lewis - I Hear You Knocking 1
17. Professor Longhair - Tipitina 1
18. Percy Mayfield - Louisiana 1
19. Lloyd Price - Stagger Lee 2
20. Snooks Eaglin - St. James Infirmary 2
21. D.L. Menard - The Back Door (La Porte D'en Arriere) 2
22. Frankie Ford - Roberta 2
23. Annie Laurie ; Paul Gayten - I'll Never Be Free 2
24. Benny Spellman - Lipstick Traces 2
25. Jessie Hill - Ooh Poo Pah Doo (Part 2) 2
26. The Spiders - Witchcraft 2
27. Louis Armstrong - Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans 2
28. James Booker - Gonzo 2
29. Ernie K-Doe - I Cried My Last Tear 3
30. L'il Millet ; His Creoles - Rich Woman 3
31. Shirley ; Lee - Let The Good Times Roll

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New Orleans surely has one of the richest musical cultures of any metropolitan area in the world. In addition to being hailed as the birthplace of jazz, it has also spawned nationally successful and creative musicians in every imaginable musical genre: the blues like Snooks Eaglin, soul singers like Irma Thomas, Aaron Neville, and Lee Dorsey, the R&B from Ernie K-Doe, and genre-hopping figures like Allen Toussaint and Dr. John, to name just a few. There are tracks from many well-known figures, Clifton Chenier, Professor Longhair, a cut of bluesy jazz made famous by Louis Armstrong and a wave in the direction of Latin music, the funk, the brass and of course Mardi Gras tunes and the many tunes for horn lines.