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playlist #170 (8/29/11)-after the storm

August 30, 2011

World of Music
Pgm #170 – Hurricane/Tropical Storm Irene made its way up the East Coast yesterday. Vermont has been the state hardest hit by flooding, with three confirmed dead, thousands out of power, thousands more displaced, and entire towns destroyed and cut off due to washed out roads and bridges. Today’s show is dedicated to the incredible people of my home state as we try to recover from this disaster. (The thumbnails above are all from photos I’ve taken over the last couple of days. There are no words to describe the breadth of this situation.)

I’m also sad to say this my last program, as life is taking me to Boston for a new job. It has been my great pleasure for nearly three years to share Monday afternoons with you and groove to great tunes at The Radiator (community radio 105.9FM in Burlington, VT and online at www.theradiator.org. Check it out.)

And a great many thanks to everyone who makes the station possible: volunteers, staff, underwriters, and…you, the community. Here’s my last “World of Music” playlist.
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Nas with Youssou N’Dour & Neneh Cherry: Wake Up (It’s Africa Calling) / Open Remix / http://www.intrahealth.org/open/ (download) – (USA / SENEGAL)
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Langston Hughes: Our Souls Have Grown Deep Like The Rivers / Our Souls Have Grown Deep Like The Rivers-Black Poets Read Their Work / Rhino WordBeat 8012 – (USA)
Trombone Shorty: Hurricane Season / Backatown / Verve Forecast 14194 – (N’AWLINS, USA)
Black Kold Madina: Trouble The Water / Trouble The Water / BKM 1 – (N’AWLINS, USA)
Free Agents Brass Band: We Made It Through That Water / Treme HBO Soundtrack / HBO 14910 – (N’AWLINS, USA)
Sister Rosetta: Didn’t It Rain? / This Train / Proper Box 1304 – (USA)
Kermit Ruffins: I Can See Clearly Now / Livin’ a Tremé Life / Basin Street Records 107 – (N’AWLINS, USA)
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Stewart Sukuma: Kadivaé Mõnõ / Mozambique Relief / Naxos World 76019 – (MOZAMBIQUE)
Allen Toussaint: Hang Tough / Crescent City Gold / High Street Records 10324 – (N’AWLINS, USA)
Stanton Moore: When The Levees Break / III / Stanton Moore (self-produced) 83648 – (N’AWLINS, USA)
Kronos Quartet & Nihavent Sirto: Tanburi Cemil Bey / Floodplain / Nonesuch 518349 – (TURKEY)
Tom Waits: More Than Rain / Franks Wild Years / Island Records 422-842-357 – (USA)
The Jim Cullum Jazz Band: Deep River / Deep River / Riverwalk Jazz Volume VIII 1998 – (USA)
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Rebirth Brass Band: Tornado Special (Ooh Nay Nay) / Ultimate Rebirth Brass Band / MG 1085 – (N’AWLINS, USA)
Stevie Ray Vaughan: Texas Flood / Texas Flood / Epic 38734 – (USA)
Dr. Michael White: Katrina / Blue Crescent / Basin Street Records 504 – (N’AWLINS, USA)
Aaron Neville: Cry Me A River & The Greatest Love / My Greatest Gift / Rounder 2102 – (N’AWLINS, USA)
Gumbo: It’s Raining / Never Tell Me To Quit / Wild Rose Artists 2009 – (USA)
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Allen Toussaint: Long, Long Journey / The Bright Mississippi / Nonesuch 480380 – (N’AWLINS, USA)
The Subdudes: It’s So Hard / Annunciation / High Street Records 10323 – (N’AWLINS, USA)
Louis Armstrong: What A Wonderful World / Louis Armstrong-Ken Burns Jazz / Columbia Legacy 61440 – (N’AWLINS, USA)
The Blind Boys of Alabama: I’ll Fly Away / Down in New Orleans / Time Life 19548 – (USA)

playlist #158 (5/9/11)-big easy

May 10, 2011

World of Music
Pgm #158 – we’re headed down South today for some deep dixieland therapy
Catch the show on Mondays 3-5pm ET – at 105.9FM in Burlington, VT or online at The Radiator
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Nas with Youssou N’Dour & Neneh Cherry: Wake Up (It’s Africa Calling) / Open Remix http://www.intrahealth.org/open/ (download) – (USA / SENEGAL)
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Bo Dollis & The Wild Magnolias: Carnival Time / I’m Back…At Carnival Time! / Rounder 2094 – (N’AWLINS)
Joel Xavier: Carnaval / Saravá / JXP 5600321380031 – (BRAZIL)
Kermit Ruffins: Tremé Mardi Gras / Livin’ A Tremé Life / Basin Street Records 107 – (N’AWLINS)
New Orleans Helsinki Connection: Go To New Orleans / At Last / New Orleans Helsinki Connection 242 – (N’AWLINS / HELSINKI)
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David Byrne: Carnival Eyes / Rei Momo / Luaka Bop 7599-25990 – (UK)
Señor Coconut: Firecracker / Yellow Fever! / Nacional Records 54214 – (GERMANY)
Rebirth Brass Band: Carnival Time / Ultimate Rebirth Brass Band / Mardi Gras Records 1085 – (N’AWLINS)
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band: Snowball / The New Orleans Album / Columbia 45414 – (N’AWLINS)
Arrow: Don’t Touch My Tempo / Caribbean Party / Putumayo 132 – (MONTSERRAT, WEST INDIES)
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Trombone Shorty: Hurricane Season / Backatown / Verve Forecast B0014194 – (N’AWLINS)
Galactic featuring Bo Dollis: Wild Man / Ya-Ka-May / ANTI- 87002 – (N’AWLINS)
Dr. John: Now That You Got Me (Whatcha Gonna Do?) / Creole Moon / Bluenote Records 724353459123 – (N’AWLINS)
Red Baraat: Hey Jamalo / Chaal Baby / Sin Records 10 – (NY CITY)
Los Hombres Calientes (Irvin Mayfield & Bill Summers): Carnival (Havana) / Vol. 5: Carnival / Basin Street Records 206 – (N’AWLINS)
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The Meters: Jambalaya / Good Old Funky Music / Rounder 2104 – (N’AWLINS)
Timbalada: Ginga de Balé / Servico de Animacão Popular / Vale Music 376 – (BRAZIL)
Johnny Adams: Cookin’ In Style / One Foot in the Blues / Rounder 2144 – (N’AWLINS)
Kermit Ruffins: Tremé Second Line / New Orleans Brass / Putumayo 270 – (N’AWLINS)
Dr. John: Goin’ Back to New Orleans / Goin’ Back to New Orleans / Warner Brothers 26940 – (N’AWLINS)
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Blade & Masquenada Family: Uma Viagen Nu Tempo / Uma Viagen Nu Tempo / Cavernjatt Records 13 – (BRAZIL)
The Underscore Orkestra: Wedding Song / The Extraordinary Adventures of… / http://www.theunderscoreorkestra.com 2011 – (OREGON, USA) *NEW* – Underscore Orkestra playing at Parima on 5/22
Nueva Manteca: Big Chief / Congo Square – Tribute to New Orleans / http://www.jwajazz.nl 367 – (N’AWLINS)
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Professor Longhair: Mardi Gras in New Orleans / New Orleans Piano / Atlantic Jazz 7225 – (N’AWLINS)
Marcia Ball, Irma Thomas & Tracy Nelson: Sing It / City of Dreams / Rounder 2196 – (N’AWLINS)
Kermit Ruffins: Drop Me Off in New Orleans / Every Day is a Holiday / Basin Street Records 703 – (N’AWLINS)
Louis Armstrong: When the Saints Go Marching In / Louis Armstrong-Ken Burns Jazz / Columbia Legacy 61440 – (N’AWLINS)

playlist #102 (2/15/2010)-mardi gras

February 15, 2010
World of Music
Pgm #102 – Mardi Gras time, we’re serving up a down South gumbo of zydeco, cajun, dixie, mambo, and more…
Listen to the show on Mondays 3-5pm EDT  – at 105.9FM in Burlington, VT or online at The Radiator
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Nas with Youssou N’Dour & Neneh Cherry: Wake Up (It’s Africa Calling) / Open Remix / http://www.intrahealth.org/open/ (download) – (USA / SENEGAL)
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James & Troy Andrews: Bourbon Street Parade / New Orleans Brass / Putumayo 270 – (N’AWLINS)
Louis Armstrong: Basin Street Blues / Blueberry Hill / Milan 35617 – (N’AWLINS)
Jim Cullum Jazz Band: Down By The Riverside / Deep River: The Spirit of Gospel Music in Jazz / Riverwalk Jazz 8 – (SAN ANTONIO, TX)
Kermit Ruffins: Drop Me Off In New Orleans / Every Day Is A Holiday / Basin Street Records 703 – (N’AWLINS)
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South Froggies: Basin Street Blues remix 07 / Nu Jazz Factory / Blue Flame 39850942 – (GERMANY)
Chris “Candyman” Ardoin: Good Good / Alter Ego / NuStep4Lyfe 87066 – (N’AWLINS)
Cedric Watson: La Vielle Chanson de Mardi Gras / Cedric Watson /Valcour Records 4 – (N’AWLINS)
Ramsey McLean & The Survivors with Charmaine Neville: Drink Jax Beer / City of Dreams / Rounder 11661-2196 – (N’AWLINS)
The Meters: Jambalaya / Good Old Funky Music / Rounder 2104 – (N’AWLINS)
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Rick Trolsen: The Original Dixieland One Step / Sunrise on Bourbon Street / Lort Records 403 – (N’AWLINS)
Ingrid Lucia & The Flying Neutrinos: Some of These Days / Hotel Child / Ao! Records 33 – (N’AWLINS)
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band: My Feet Can’t Fail Me Now / Ears To The Wall / Mammoth Records 142 – (N’AWLINS)
Professor Longhair: Mardi Gras in New Orleans / New Orleans Piano / Atlantic Jazz 7225 – (N’AWLINS)
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Nathan and the Zydeco Cha Chas: I’m In Love / Zydeco / Putumayo 160 – (N’AWLINS)
Irma Thomas: Sweet Touch of Love / City of Dreams / Rounder 11661-2196 – (N’AWLINS)
Russell Batiste & the Orkestra from da Hood: Greetings from the Orkestra / The Clinic / RBJ 71944 – (N’AWLINS)
Gumbo: Alligator / Never Tell Me To Quit / Wild Rose 2009 – (OREGON)
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Fats Domino: Walkin’ To New Orleans / The Genius of Dave Bartholomew / EMI 80184 – (N’AWLINS)
Otra: Con Otra in New Orleans / Todo Pa’La Gente / Otra 2004 – (N’AWLINS)
Irma Thomas, Marcia Ball and Tracy Nelson: Sing It / Legends of New Orleans / Blue Marble 2 – (N’AWLINS)
Johnny Adams: Body and Fender Man / Room With A View Of The Blues / Rounder 2059 – (N’AWLINS)
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Los Hombres Calientes: Carnival (Havana) / Vol. 5 – Carnival / Basin Street Records 206 – (N’AWLINS)
Los Vecinos: A-Train Mambo / P’Aqui P’Alla / Category Seven Records 2002 – (N’AWLINS)
Dr. John: Goin’ Back To New Orleans / Goin’ Back To New Orleans / Warner 26940 – (N’AWLINS)
Nueva Manteca: When The Saints Go Marching In – Cuban Comparsa / Congo Square-Tribute to New Orleans / http://www.jwajazz.nl (demo CD) – (N’AWLINS)
The Blind Boys of Alabama featuring the Hot 8 Brass Band: I’ll Fly Away / Down In New Orleans / Time Life 9548 – (ALABAMA)


when it’s party time down south

February 14, 2010

Mardi Gras comes once a year, and while that’s hardly the only reason for partying in the Crescent City these days (go, Saints!) it’s reason enough for this week’s World of Music to join the fun!

Like we need an excuse.

On the eve of the big event we’ll take a second-line stroll down Bourbon Street with N’Awlins natives Kermit Ruffins, Allen Toussaint, Irma Thomas, and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band. We’ll stop off for visits with the Nevilles, the Marsalises, and the Flying Neutrinos, and hear from Germany’s South Froggies in a hip new mix of the Basin Street Blues.

World of Music is a krewe-hopping, bead tossing, Quatuor Français jambalaya of blues, poetry, and world music every Monday from 3-5pm ET on the Radiator.  Online, or at 105.9FM if you’re listening in Burlington, VT.

And all dat jazz.

happy birthday, django!

January 21, 2010

Queen City Hot Club at the 2009 Burlington Discover Jazz Festival

Don’t we love those nice round anniversaries that end in “0”? Well, sure. And this weekend marks a big one, Saturday is the 100th birth anniversary of one of the greatest guitarists ever.

Jean “Django” Reinhardt was born to a Belgian Gypsy family on January 23rd, 1910. He played violin and banjo (his earliest known recordings made at around age 18 are with the banjo) but he’s best known as the guitar-playing pioneer of the Gypsy jazz or Gypsy “swing” style.

This music is crazy-great, whether it’s Django’s “Djangology” solos or later collaborations with violinst Stéphane Grappelli and the Hot Club de France, or the occasional partnerships with other jazz folks like Louis Armstrong and Coleman Hawkins.

Django’s legacy is multifaceted. His original tunes like Nuages and Swing 42 are beloved standards, while the gypsy jazz style he created has influenced every successive generation of performers. And then there’s the “hot club” heritage, with towns as disparate as Detroit, Austin, Montreal, San Francisco, and – yes, Paris too – all claiming a Hot Club of their own to perpetuate the picking, strumming, hard-swinging, good times Django sound.

Burlington is the home of the newly formed Queen City Hot Club, and I’m happy to say they live up to every bit of their name in carrying out the considerable ‘hot club’ legacy. Ready to celebrate Django’s 100th? You can catch Jim Stout, Jim McCuen & Jared Volpe of the Queen City Hot Club at the downtown Bluebird Tavern in a set tomorrow (Friday) night, 9-11pm.

Happy birthday, Django!

playlist #80 (8/31/2009) – remembering katrina

August 31, 2009
Katrina

Katrina

World of Music
Pgm #80 – Four years after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita, a tribute to the people of the Gulf Coast and their incredible spirit
Listen Mondays 3-5pm EDT  – at 105.9FM in Burlington, VT or online at The Radiator
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Nas with Youssou N’Dour & Neneh Cherry: Wake Up (It’s Africa Calling) / Open Remix / www.intrahealth.org/open/ (download) – (USA / SENEGAL)
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Marva Wright: Katrina Blues /After the Levees Broke / AIM 5015 – (N’AWLINS, LA)
Aaron Neville: Louisiana 1927 / Warm Your Heart / A&M Records 75021 – (N’AWLINS, LA)
Langston Hughes: The Negro Speaks of Rivers / Our Souls Have Grown Deep Like the Rivers / Rhino Word Beat 78012 – (N’AWLINS, LA)
The Jim Cullum Jazz Band: Deep River / Deep River: The Spirit of Gospel Music in Jazz / Riverwalk Jazz Volume III – (SAN ANTONIO, TX)
Eddie Bo: Hard Times / City of Dreams / Rounder 2196 – (N’AWLINS, LA)
Kermit Ruffins: Treme Second Line (Blow da Whistle) / New Orleans Brass / Putumayo 270 – (N’AWLINS, LA)
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Mahalia Jackson: Didn’t It Rain? / The Best of Mahalia Jackson / Columbia 66911 – (N’AWLINS, LA)
Lorette Velvette: Get Right Church / Goin’ Down South / Inside Memphis 510 – (MEMPHIS, TN)
Devin Phillips: Wade in the Water / Wade in the Water / www.devinphillips.com 2006 – (N’AWLINS, LA)
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Los Hombres Calientes (Irvin Mayfield & Bill Summers): Vodou Hoodoo Babalu / Vol. 4 / Basin Street Records 204 – (N’AWLINS, LA)
Allen Toussaint: Hang Tough / Crescent City Gold / High Street Records 10324 – (N’AWLINS, LA)
Buckwheat Zydeco: On a Night Like This / Legends of New Orleans / Blue Marble Music 2 – (N’AWLINS)
Katie Webster: Love Deluxe / Two-Fisted Mama / Alligator 4777 – (HOUSTON, TX)
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Al Reed: Drops of Rain / The Genius of Dave Bartholomew / EMI 80184 – (N’AWLINS, LA)
Buddy Guy: Feels Like Rain / Feels Like Rain / Silvertone Records 41498 – (LETTSWORTH, LA)
Madison’s Lively Stones: It’s Time to Make a Change / Saints’ Paradise / Smithsonian Folkways 40117 – (NEW BEDFORD, MA)
The Neville Brothers: My Blood / Yellow Moon / A&M Records 5240 – (N’AWLINS, LA)
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Russell Batiste, Jr. & the Orkestra from Da Hood: Wham! / The Clinic / www.russellbatiste.com 2003 – (N’AWLINS, LA)
Gumbo: Alligator / Never Tell Me To Quit / Wild Rose 2009 – (N’AWLINS, LA) *NEW*
George Lewis: Ice Cream / Trios & Bands / American Music 4 – (N’AWLINS, LA)
The Meters: Jambalaya / Good Old Funky Music / Rounder 2104 – (N’AWLINS, LA)
Black Kold Madina: Trouble the Water / Trouble the Water / BKM 1 – (N’AWLINS, LA)
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Joe KK and Zydeco Force: Hoochie Coochie / Zydeco / Putumayo 160 – (N’AWLINS, LA)
Dr. John: Litenin’ / Creole Moon / Blue Note Records 34591 – (N’AWLINS, LA)
The Dirty Dozen Brass Band: Me Like It Like That / The New Orleans Album / Columbia 45414 – (N’AWLINS, LA)
Los Vecinos: Alegria Bomba Es / P’Aqui, P’Alla / Category Seven Records 82 – (N’AWLINS, LA)
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Kermit Ruffins: Wrap Your Troubles in Dreams / Kermit Ruffins / Putumayo 233 – (N’AWLINS, LA)
Jelly Roll Morton: Smilin’ the Blues Away / Members Edition / TKO Records 30842 – (N’AWLINS, LA)
Louis Armstrong: That’s My Home / Blueberry Hill / Milan 35617 – (N’AWLINS, LA)
The Blind Boys of Alabama w/the Hot 8 Brass Band: I’ll Fly Away / Down in New Orleans / Time Life 9548 – (N’AWLINS, LA)
Kings of Harmony: When the Saints Go Marching In / Saints’ Paradise / Smithsonian Folkways 40117 – (NEW BEDFORD, MA)
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remembering katrina

August 30, 2009
New Orleans hurricane memorial

New Orleans hurricane memorial (unattributed photo from HurricaneKatrina.com)

This week’s World of Music is dedicated to the people of the Gulf Coast, as we remember the 4th anniversary of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita making landfall in the last week of August, 2005.

Some things have improved since then. Many – too many – have not.

The incredible positivity and spirit of the people who live along the Gulf Coast have remarkably remained strong through it all, from the storms through the horrific aftermath. We’ll honor them with the wealth of music native to the region. Hip-hop artist Black Kold Madina will be there, you may have seen her incredible story as told in the award-winning documentary, Trouble the Water – along with classic sounds from Louis Armstrong, the Nevilles, and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band. We’re knee deep in the Big Easy this week.

Wear your beads, bring an appetite and some gator repellent, and get ready to get down.

World of Music is blues, jazz, poetry and roots tunes. Every Monday on the Radiator from 3-5pm ET: online, or at 105.9FM in Burlington, VT.

Engels in the architecture

March 12, 2009

Might seem like an easy question: ‘what do Tom Waits, Louis Armstrong and Vivaldi have in common?’ – well, music. Very good music. Yes.

3/11/09-statuary at St. Michael's College

3/11/09-statuary at St. Michael's College

These are also artists whose seeming creative  disparities are bridged by the common attribute of having inspired writing by poets John Engels, and David Huddle.

Last night’s memorial for Engels at  St. Michael’s College brought together images of these artists and a lot more, in thoughtful  readings by Engels’ daughter and his longtime friend and collaborator Huddle.

The event’s introduction came from a man who knew them both: Dr. William Marquess, from the St. Michael’s English Department. With insight telling of his own art, he described Huddle as a poet of “hard vision” and “unobtrusive craft”.

For a night when no actual music was played, the occasion was filled with it.

Huddle prefaced the opening selection (the seasonally mud-melancholy “Spring Prophecy”) with the reminder of Engels’ characterization of Vivaldi (from another poem, “Vivaldi in Early Fall”), as being “on the verge of thunderously sad”. Huddle made the important distinction between being at the rim of of that precipice,  and falling in – he smiled, and acknowledged that he would not be there to share Engels’ poetry with the audience if it were of the latter kind.

Huddle’s gently Virginia-tinged readings unfolded over the next hour to reveal a deep mutual respect and tender friendship between the two men on topics as wide-ranging as Alzheimer’s disease, fly fishing, an encounter with migrating songbirds, dog walking, and finally a rich poem in which Huddle describes his own arrival (long in coming!) in appreciating Louis Armstrong’s music.

Huddle and Engels often traded music recommendations, it turns out, and though Armstrong had been a favorite of Engels it was a recommendation that Huddles had steadfastly resisted for reasons that didn’t really need to be made clear. Music’s just that way, I guess. You either get it or you don’t. And sometimes it just takes some time.

Huddle describes the Armstrong piece that finally did it for him in the resulting poem “Search This World Over” – the title is a phrase from that Armstrong cornerstone, “St. James Infirmary”.

Most memorable line from the evening? In an hour filled with readings from two of the region’s top poets, you can imagine there were many. But as I left St. Michaels it was Huddle’s Louis Armstrong quote that stuck with me: “if you ain’t got it in you, you can’t blow it out.”

And there was surely no lack of inner source material last night…”on the verge of thunderously sad”, and otherwise.

[ David Huddle’s newest poetry collection is “Glory River” (2008, Louisiana State University Press) ]

playlist: #61 (2/23/09)-Carnaval/Mardi Gras Time!

February 24, 2009
World of Music
Pgm #60 – 2/16/09 – Tomorrow’s Mardi Gras, and Carnaval is already underway in Brazil. It’s definitely time to fire up some dancing music!
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Gaudi & Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan: (Theme song) Bethe Bethe Kese Kese / Dub Qawwalli / six degrees 657036-1137 – (PAKISTAN/UK)
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Kermit Ruffins: Treme Second Line (Blow Da Whistle) / New Orleans Brass / Putumayo 270 – (N’AWLINS)
Joel Xavier: Carnaval / Sarava / JXP 2008 – (BRAZIL)
Buckwheat Zydeco: On a Night Like This / Legends of New Orleans / Blue Marble 2 – (N’AWLINS)
Marva Wright: You Are My Sunshine / After The Levees Broke / AIM 5015 – (N’AWLINS)
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Timbalada: Na Ilha Grande & Bossa Nove de Sertão / Serviço de Animação Popular / Vale Music 376 – (BRAZIL)
Russell Batiste Jr., & Orkestra from da Hood: The Count / The Clinic / RBJ 71944 – (N’AWLINS)
Louis Armstrong: When the Saints Go Marching In / Louis Armstrong: Ken Burns Jazz / Columbia 61440 – (N’AWLINS)
Irma Thomas: Sweet Touch of Love / City of Dreams / Rounder 2196 – (N’AWLINS)
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George Lewis: Just A Little While / Trios & Bands / American Music 4 – (N’AWLINS)
Little Booker: Doin’ The Hambone / The Genius of Dave Bartholomew / EMI 80184 – (N’AWLINS)
Dirty Dozen Brass Band: Don’t You Feel My Leg / The New Orleans Album / Columbia 45414 – (N’AWLINS)
Katie Webster: Love Deluxe / Two-Fisted Mama! / Alligator 4777 – (N’AWLINS)
Johnny Adams: Body & Fender Man / Room With A View Of The Blues / Rounder 2059 – (N’AWLINS)
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Earl King & Snooks Eaglin: No City Like New Orleans / Hard River to Cross / Black Top 1090 – (N’AWLINS) – *Remembering guitarist Snooks Eaglin [b.1/21/1936-d.2/18/2009]*
The Meters: Jambalaya / Good Old Funky Music / Rounder 2104 – (N’AWLINS)
Irvin Mayfield & Bill Summers (Los Hombres Calientes): Mardi Gras Bayou & Carnival Kongo / Vol. 5: Carnival / Basin Street Records 206 – (N’AWLINS)
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Rick Trolsen: Puttin’ On The Ritz / Sunrise On Bourbon Street / Lort 403 – (N’AWLINS)
David Byrne: The Rose Tattoo / Rei Momo / Luaka Bop 25990 – (UK/BRAZIL)
Blade & Masquenada Family: Bahia / Una Viagen Nu Tempo / Blade 13 – (BRAZIL)
Dr. John: Goin’ Back To New Orleans / Goin’ Back To New Orleans / Warner 26940 – (N’AWLINS)
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Aaron Neville: Louisiana 1927 / Warm Your Heart / A&M 75021 – (N’AWLINS)
Ray Charles: Don’t Let The Sun Catch You Cryin’ / Eve’s Bayou film soundtrack / MCA 11670 – (N’AWLINS)
Neville Brothers: My Blood / Yellow Moon / A&M 5240 – (N’AWLINS)
Madison’s Lively Stones: When the Saints Go Marching In / Saints’ Paradise / Smithsonian Folkways 40117 – (N’AWLINS)
The Blind Boys of Alabama & The Hot 8 Brass Band: I’ll Fly Away / Down in New Orleans / Time Life 19548 – (N’AWLINS)
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