Various Artists: The Rough Guide to the Music of New Orleans [Digipak]

Audio Samples

>Ooh Poo Pah Doo - Jessie Hill
>Look-Ka Py Py - The Meters
>Street Parade, Pt. 1 - Earl King
>Monk's Mardi Gras - Big Chief Monk Boudreaux
>Zulu King - Troy "Trombone Shorty" Andrews/James Andrews
>Treme Mardi Gras - Kermit Ruffins
>Soul Second Line - Papa Grows Funk
>Hold 'Em Joe - New Orleans Nightcrawlers
>Sexual Healing [Re-Edit] - The Hot 8 Brass Band
>Sheez Music - Dumpstaphunk
>When You Get Back - Jon Cleary & the Absolute Monster Gentlemen
>Barrio, El - Los Hombres Calientes
>Big Chief - Professor Longhair
>Mac's Boogie - Dr. John
>Basin Street Blues - Dr. Michael White
>Shake It Off - Dumpstaphunk
>Meanwhile... - Dumpstaphunk
>Stinky - Dumpstaphunk
>Turn This Thing Around - Dumpstaphunk
>Deeper - Dumpstaphunk
>Oughta Know Better - Dumpstaphunk
>Livin ina World Gone Mad - Dumpstaphunk

Track List

>Ooh Poo Pah Doo - Jessie Hill
>Look-Ka Py Py - The Meters
>Street Parade, Pt. 1 - Earl King
>Monk's Mardi Gras - Big Chief Monk Boudreaux
>Zulu King - Troy "Trombone Shorty" Andrews/James Andrews
>Treme Mardi Gras - Kermit Ruffins
>Soul Second Line - Papa Grows Funk
>Hold 'Em Joe - New Orleans Nightcrawlers
>Sexual Healing [Re-Edit] - The Hot 8 Brass Band
>Sheez Music - Dumpstaphunk
>When You Get Back - Jon Cleary & the Absolute Monster Gentlemen
>Barrio, El - Los Hombres Calientes
>Big Chief - Professor Longhair
>Mac's Boogie - Dr. John
>Basin Street Blues - Dr. Michael White
>Shake It Off - Dumpstaphunk
>Meanwhile... - Dumpstaphunk
>Stinky - Dumpstaphunk
>Turn This Thing Around - Dumpstaphunk
>Deeper - Dumpstaphunk
>Oughta Know Better - Dumpstaphunk
>Livin ina World Gone Mad - Dumpstaphunk

Album Notes

Translator: Irène Rognier.

From the 19th century African music gatherings in Congo Square to the birth of jazz and its offshoots, New Orleans is one of America's most important music cities, and with the Rough Guide to the Music of New Orleans collection, listeners get a well-rounded taste of the Crescent City's musical gumbo. The collection touches on traditional jazz torchbearers (Dr. Michael White), classic R&B (Jessie Hill, Earl King), down-home funk (the Meters), Mardi Gras-ready brass players (Kermit Ruffins, Hot 8 Brass Band), global-influenced groovers (Los Hombres Calientes), and artists on the rise (Papa Grows Funk). While it's impossible to capture the full spectrum of New Orleans music on a single disc -- women artists are underrepresented, and the NOLA hip-hop scene that's emerged since the 1990s is skipped entirely -- this Rough Guide is a spirited introduction, and as a bonus is accompanied by a second disc featuring emerging heavy funk purveyors Dumpstaphunk. ~ Chrysta Cherrie



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