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Preservation Hall Jazz Band: St. Peter & 57th St. [Digipak]

Track List

>Burgundy Street Blues
>Introduction to the Preservation Hall Jazz Band
>Bourbon Street Parade
>Introduction to the Del McCoury Band
>One More 'Fore I Die - (featuring The Del McCoury Band)
>Introduction to Allen Toussaint
>Preservation Hall Jazz Band - (featuring Allen Toussaint)
>Introduction to Givers
>Just a Closer Walk with Thee
>Bonjour Cousin - (featuring Givers)
>Introduction to Steve Earle
>T'ain't Nobody's Business - (featuring Steve Earle)
>Introduction to Tao Seeger
>Manicero, El
>St. James Infirmary, Pt. 1 - (featuring Jim James)
>St. James Infirmary, Pt. 2 - (featuring King Britt/My Morning Jacket)
>Tootie Ma
>Introduction to Merrill Garbus of Tune-Yards and Frank Demond
>Careless Love - (featuring Frank Demond/Merrill Garbus)
>It Ain't My Fault - (featuring Troy "Trombone Shorty" Andrews/Yasiin Bey/Allen Toussaint)
>I'll Fly Away - (featuring The Del McCoury Band/The Blind Boys of Alabama)

Album Notes

Personnel: Clint Maedgen (vocals, saxophone); Mark Braud (vocals, trumpet); Charlie Gabriel (clarinet); Frank Demond, Freddie Lonzo (trombone); Benjamin Jaffe (tuba); Rickie Monie (piano); Joe Lastie (drums).

Audio Mixers: Earl Scioneaux III; Scott Billington.

Liner Note Author: Benjamin Jaffe .

Recording information: Carnegie Hall, New York, NY (01/07/2012).

Photographer: Danny Clinch.

The 2012 live album St. Peter & 57th St. features the legendary Preservation Hall Jazz Band performing at Carnegie Hall. Featuring the 2012 Preservation Hall Jazz Band line-up led by bassist Ben Jaffe and including trumpeter Mark Braud, trombonist Freddie Lonzo, clarinetist/vocalist Charlie Gabriel, and others, the show was a benefit concert intended to raise funds for the Preservation Hall Music Outreach Program. Appearing alongside the band were several guest artists including the Del McCoury Band, Steve Earle, Trombone Shorty, and others. Released in celebration of the Preservation Hall's 50th Anniversary, the album is a rootsy, high-energy, and spirited mix of New Orleans jazz and blues with some gospel and country inflections. ~ Matt Collar


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