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2005 - Sep 10 - New Orleans

PostPosted: Mon Sep 12, 2005 9:39 am
by Charlie
Seq Artist Song Title Album Country Label

1 Johnny Horton Battle of New Orleans The Golden Age of American Rock 'N' Roll: Special Country Edition USA Ace

2 Mahalia Jackson In the Upper Room Proper Introduction to Mahalia Jackson USA Proper

3 Fats Domino Blue Monday My Blue Heaven: The Best Of Fats Domino USA Capitol

4 Dr John I Thought I Heard Buddy Bolden Say Goin' Back to New Orleans USA Warner Bros / WEA

5 Louis Armstrong West End Blues Sound of the City - New Orleans USA EMI

6 Irma Thomas Ruler of My Heart Time is on My Side USA Kent

7 Chris Kenner I Like It Like That, Part 1 Blue Orleans - Blue Notes From Basin Street USA Blue Note

8 Snooks Eaglin I'm a Country Boy That's All Right USA Prestige

9 Bessie Smith with Clarence Williams Gulf Coast Blues Complete Bessie Smith - 1923 USA Le Jazz

10 Lonnie Johnson Backwater Blues The Original Guitar Wizard USA Proper

11 Nathan Abshire featuring Little Yvonne Le Blanc Mama Rosin French Blues USA Arhoolie Records

12 Johnnie Allan Promised Land Another Saturday Night USA Ace

13 Wild Tchoupitoulas Meet De Boys on the Battle Front Treacherous: A History Of The Neville Brothers USA Rhino

14 The Hawketts Mardi Gras Mambo Treacherous: A History Of The Neville Brothers USA Rhino

15 Professor Longhair Mardi Gras in New Orleans Fess: The Professor Longhair Anthology USA Rhino

16 Rebirth Brass Band All Blues Jockomo Jockomo The Sound of New Orleans R&B USA Music Club

17 Randy Newman Louisiana 1927 Good Ol' Boys (Disc 2) USA Reprise/Rhino

18 R.L. Burnside Everything is Broken Big Bad Love - Soundtrack USA Nonesuch

19 Jesse Winchester Mississippi You're On My Mind Learn To Love It USA Stony Plain

20 The Neville Brothers A Change is Gonna Come Yellow Moon USA A&M

21 Small Talk Small Talk Small Talk - Fimber Bravo & Kadialy Kouyate Trinidad/Senegal Bravo Bravo

22 Yat Kha When the Levee Breaks Re-Covers Tuva Plane

23 Ska Cubano Istanbul (Not Constantinople) Ay Caramba! Cuba/UK/Japan Casino Sounds

24 Bebo y Cigala Inolvidable Lagrimas Negras Cuba/Spain Calle54/BMG

25 Blurt Down in the Argentine The Best of Blurt Vol 1: The Fish Needs a Bike UK Salamander

26 Lee Dorsey Who's Gonna Help Brother Get Further Paul Heaton: Under the Influence USA DMC

programme 10/9/5

PostPosted: Mon Sep 12, 2005 9:49 am
by john MORRIS
Thank you very much for an interesting wellthought out programme all the best

PostPosted: Mon Sep 12, 2005 9:27 pm
by Matt H
Fantastic radio

New Orleans

PostPosted: Mon Sep 12, 2005 10:36 pm
by Brian Sanders
Great show last Saturday Charlie.
Here is a link to Doug Schulkind's Give the Drummer Some on WFMU. It has been mentioned in despatches before. He treads a similar path to you but maybe with more of a jazz tip. His show following July 7th was also very sympathetic. This link is for September 2nd and has very similar themes to your show with the exception of the mayors' interview. You will need MP3 (128) or Real Audio
[url]www.wfmu.org/playlists/shows/16234

All good things
Brian

PostPosted: Tue Sep 13, 2005 10:04 am
by LAURENT
Really enjoyed the show, even though one can easily be left frustrated, so rich New Orleans and Louisiana music is!
Anyhow, it was great.
For info, I just heard that Jean-François Bizot, the Director of Radio Nova in Paris, is about to release a book entitled "Vaudou et Compagnies". That's in French, I'm afraid but Bizot's knowledge of this music scene is really impressive. He has put together great compilations in the past.
Check this: http://www.novaplanet.com/musique/