CD The History of New Orleans Rhythm & Blues, Vol. 2: Jazz, Blues & Creole Roots 1923-1953 (CD 16008364),
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The History of New Orleans Rhythm & Blues, Vol. 2: Jazz, Blues & Creole Roots 1923-1953

    1. Good Rockin' Tonight
    2. Mellow Woman Blues - The Johnson Brothers
    3. For You My Love - Larry Darnell
    4. New Orleans Lover Man
    5. Boogie's the Thing - George Miller & His Mid-Driffs
    6. Still My Angel Child
    7. Ritmo, El
    8. Hey Little Girl
    9. Mardi Gras
    10. Mardi Gras in New Orleans
    11. Carnival Day
    12. Fat Man, The
    13. I'll Never Be Free - Annie Laurie
    14. Whose Hat Is That - Roy Brown
    15. Lost My Baby - Larry Darnell
    16. Hey Now Baby
    17. Country Boy
    18. 3 X 7 = 21
    19. Bear Hug
    20. Stack O Lee
    21. Growing Old
    22. Dinah
    23. Bald Head
    24. Ah Cubanas
    25. Tee Nah Nah
    26. Love My Baby - Big Joe Turner
    27. She's My Baby
    1. Junco Partner
    2. Bon Ton Roula
    3. Soon as I Go Home
    4. Teachin' & Preachin'
    5. Goin' Home
    6. Lawdy Miss Clawdy
    7. Kiss Me Baby - Dave Bartholomew
    8. Jumpin' with Jarvis
    9. Bells Are Ringing, The
    10. Tipitina
    11. Overboard
    12. Mother's Love
    13. Things That I Used, The
    14. Feelin' Sad
    15. Jock-O-Mo
    16. Who Drank My Beer
    17. Big Mamou
    18. Oke-She-Moke-She-Pop
    19. Well I Done Got Over It
    20. Who's Been Foolin'
    21. Baby
    22. I-Yi
    23. Down the Line
    24. Mardi Gras Mambo - Jody Levens
    25. Rack 'Em Back
    26. Going to the River
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    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): RANDB014

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    A strong case could be made for New Orleans as the most important city for popular music in America. It is, after all, the birthplace of jazz, of funk, and arguably even rock & roll and R&B, and there's no denying the influence of the city's famous second-line parade drumming rhythms on pop music, or the city's unique style of shuffling boogie piano playing -- the list of New Orleans "uniques" could go on for awhile. This two-disc, 53-track set (the second of a two-volume series spotlighting New Orleans R&B) covers the years 1947 to 1953 and includes such timeless early jazz, blues, and R&B sides as Professor Longhair's "Mardi Gras in New Orleans," Roy Brown's "Whose Hat Is That," Smiley Lewis' "Growing Old," Ray Charles' "Feelin' Sad," Big Joe Turner's "Oke-She-Moke-She-Pop," Fats Domino's "Going to the River," and many other enduring gems from the rich musical history of the city of New Orleans. ~ Steve Leggett

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