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Mr Moo - Cajun Funk Vol.1 (The Old Cats)



Mr Moo Cajun Funk
Mr Moo - Cajun Funk Vol.1 (The Old Cats)
(MP3 Podcast on www.ParisDJs.com) T.I.M.E.C. TIMEC113, 2006-08-30

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Tracklisting :
01. The African Music Machine - Black Water Gold
(from 'Black Water Gold' LP, 1973 / Soul Power reissue 2001)
02. Johnny Jenkins - I Walk On Gilded Splinters
(from 'Ton-Ton Macoute' LP, 1971 / Capricorn)
03. Chuck Carbo - Can I Be Your Squeeze?
(from 'Can I Be Your Squeeze?' 7 inch, 1970 / Canyon)
04. Lee Dorsey - A Mellow Good Time
(from 'The New Lee Dorsey' LP, 1965 / Amy)
05. Eddie Bo - Check Your Bucket (1971)
(from 'Check Your Bucket' 7 inch, 1970 / Bo-Sound, reissued on 'New Orleans Funk' compilation, 2000 / Soul Jazz)
06. Lee Dorsey - A Mellow Good Time (Part 2)
(from 'The New Lee Dorsey' CD reissue, 2000 / Sundazed)
07. Sam The Soul Machine - Tomorrow Today
(from 'Po'k Bones & Rice' compilation, 2002 / Funky Delicacies)
08. Clifton White - The Warm Up (part 1)
(from 'The Warm Up' 7 inch, 1968 / Anla)
09. The Wild Magnolias - Soul, Soul, Soul
(from 'The Wild Magnolias' LP, 1974 / Polydor)
10. The Gaturs - The Booger Man
(from 'The Booger Man' 7 inch, 1971 / ATCO, reissued on 'Wasted' compilation, 1994 / Tuff City)
11. Betty Harris - There's a Break in the Road
(from 'There's a Break in the Road' 7 inch, 1969 / SSS International)
12. Salt - Hung Up
(from 'Hung Up' 7 inch, 19?? / Choctaw, reissued on 'Saturday Night Fish Fry' compilation, 2001 / Soul Jazz)
13. Professor Longhair - Cuttin' Out
(from 'Cuttin' Out' 7 inch, 1959 / Ron, available on 'A Celebration of New Orleans Music to Benefit MusiCares Hurricane Relief 2005' compilation, 2005 / Marsalis)

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Selected and mixed by Mr Moo (T.I.M.E.C.)
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bilou bilou ·  07 September 2006, 16:17

Mister Moo est foo!

Sven Moses Sven Moses ·  10 October 2006, 16:57

I'm sure having a mellow good time listening to this podcast. Moo's cooking!


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