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New Orleans Funk - New Orleans: The Original Sound Of Funk 1960-1975



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New Orleans Funk - New Orleans: The Original Sound Of Funk 1960-1975
(Soul Jazz 2000)

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Tracklisting :
01 Handclapping Song - The Meters
02 Hip Drop - The Explosions
03 Who's Gonna Help Brother Get Further - Lee Dorsey
04 It's Gonna Rain - Gentleman June Gardner
05 Check Your Bucket - Eddie Bo
06 Big Chief - Professor Longhair
07 Free, Single And Disengaged - Huey 'Piano' Smith & His Clowns
08 Can I Be Your Squeeze - Chuck Carbo
09 Hercules - Aaron Neville
10 I've Got Reasons - Mary Jane Hooper
11 Gator Bait - The Gaturs
12 Get Out Of My Life Woman - Allen Toussaint
13 Tell Me What's On Your Mind - Cyril Neville
14 Handa Wanda - Bo Dollis & The Wild Magnolia Mardi Gras Indian Band
15 Love Lots Of Lovin - Lee Dorsey And Betty Harris
16 Garden Of Four Trees - The Explosions
17 Dap Walk - Ernie & The Top Notes
18 Just Kissed My Baby - The Meters
19 Reborn - Marilyn Barbarin
20 Mama Roux - Dr John
21 Natural Soul Brother - Danny White
22 Hook 'N' Sling (Pt II) - Eddie Bo
23 Here Come The Girls - Ernie K. Doe
24 Hip-Huggin - Robert Parker

Liens :
soul jazz records
souljazzrecords.co.uk - Le site officiel du label Soul Jazz
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