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Various Artists – Walking To New Orleans: A History Of The Crescent City Piano Pioneers ( 4CD Set )

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Release Date: 2014

Label: Proper Records

 

Track List

Disc: 1  Crescent City Blues

  1. Callie Vassar with Richard M. Jones – Original Stomps
  2. Jelly Roll Morton – King Porter Stomp
  3. Baby Dodds (Jelly Roll Morton) – Wolverine Blues
  4. Bertha “Chippie” Hill with Richard M. Jones – Trouble In Mind
  5. Jelly Roll Morton – Original Jelly Roll Blues
  6. Q. R. S Boys with Walter “Fats” Pichon – I’ve Seen My Baby (And It Won’t Be Long Now)
  7. Fess Williams & His Royal Flush Orchestra with Walter “Fats” Pichon – Everything’s O. K. With Me
  8. Little Brother Montgomery – No Special Rider Blues
  9. Little Brother Montgomery – Louisiana Blues
  10. Little Brother Montgomery – Farish Street Jive
  11. Little Brother Montgomery – Crescent City Blues
  12. Jelly Roll Morton – The Crave
  13. Champion Jack Dupree – Dupree Shake Dance
  14. Champion Jack Dupree – Junker Blues
  15. Dink Johnson – Stomp De Lowdown
  16. Dink Johnson – So Different Blues
  17. Cousin Joe with Paul Gayten – Little Woman Blues
  18. Dink Johnson – Indian Rag
  19. Dink Johnson – Yeah Man
  20. Annie Laurie with Paul Gayten – Annie’s Blues
  21. Paul Gayten – Hey Little Girl
  22. Roy Brown with Leroy Rankins – Fore Day In The Morning
  23. Roy Brown – Rainy Weather Blues
  24. Roy Brown – Roy Brown Boogie
  25. Chubby Newsome – New Orleans Lover Man

Disc: 2  Tipitina

  1. Fats Domino – The Fat Man
  2. Professor Longhair – Longhair’s Blues Rhumba
  3. Edgar Blanchard with Tommy Ridgely – She’ll Be Mine After Awhile
  4. Papa Lightfoot with Tommy Ridgely – Coming Back Home
  5. Archibald – Shake Baby Shake
  6. Archibald – Ballin’ With Archie
  7. Archibald – Crescent City Bounce
  8. Smiley Lewis – Tee-Nah-Nah
  9. Smiley Lewis – Dirty People
  10. Ray Lewis with Paul Gayten – Jealous Blues
  11. Archibald – Early Morning Blues
  12. Smiley Lewis – The Bells Are Ringing
  13. Lloyd Price with Edward Frank – So Long
  14. Dave Bartholomew – Who Drank My Beer While I Was In The Rear
  15. Blazer Boy with Salvador Doucette – Mornin’ Train
  16. Lil Willie Gibson with Salvador Doucette – Brother Bill
  17. Fats Domino – Please Don’t Leave Me
  18. Fats Domino – Domino Stomp
  19. Professor Longhair – Tipitina
  20. Champion Jack Dupree – Shim Sham Shimmy
  21. Little Sonny Jones – Winehead Baby
  22. Little Sonny Jones – Tend To Your Business Blues
  23. James Booker – Doin’ The Hambone
  24. Lloyd Lambert with Lawrence Cotton – King Cotton
  25. Guitar Slim with Lawrence Cotton – Quicksand

Disc: 3  Nervous Boogie

  1. Smiley Lewis – I Hear You Knocking
  2. Champion Jack Dupree – House Rent Party
  3. Big Boy Myles & The Sha-Weez – Who’s Been Fooling You?
  4. Big Boy Myles & The Sha-Weez – That Girl I Married
  5. Cousin Joe – Old Man’s Sweetheart
  6. Earl King – Those Lonely, Lonely Feelings
  7. Earl King with Huey ‘Piano’ Smith – Is Everything All Right
  8. Eddie Bo – I’m Wise (Slippin’ And Slidin’)
  9. Bobby Mitchell – Try Rock’n’Roll
  10. Paul Gayten – Mother Roux (Yo Yo Walk)
  11. Roy Montrell – (Everytime I Hear) That Mellow Saxophone
  12. Clarence ‘Frogman’ Henry with Paul Gayten – Troubles, Troubles
  13. Clarence ‘Frogman’ Henry with Paul Gayten – Lonely Tramp
  14. Clarence ‘Frogman’ Henry – Ain’t Got No Home
  15. Art Neville – Oooh-Wee Baby
  16. Huey ‘Piano’ Smith & The Clowns – Rockin’ Pneumonia And The Boogie Woogie Flu (Pt. 2)
  17. Fats Domino – I’m Walkin’
  18. Paul Gayten – Nervous Boogie
  19. Professor Longhair – Misery
  20. Huey ‘Piano’ Smith & The Clowns – Don’t You Know Yockomo
  21. The Gondoliers with Lawrence Cotton – Knocked Out
  22. Allen Toussaint – Java
  23. Allen Toussaint – Nashua
  24. Allen Toussaint – Whirlaway
  25. Jerry Byrne – Lights Out

Disc: 4  Walking To New Orleans

  1. Art Neville – Cha Dooky-Doo
  2. Alton Purnell – Yancey Special
  3. Alton Purnell – St. Louis Blues
  4. Myles & Dupont with Warren Myles – Loud Mouth Annie
  5. Professor Longhair and Dr. John – Cuttin’ Out
  6. Professor Longhair and Dr. John – If I Only Knew
  7. Professor Longhair – Go To The Mardi Gras
  8. Professor Longhair and Dr. John – Everyday Everynight
  9. George Lewis with Alton Purnell – When The Saints Go Marching In
  10. Eddie Bo – Warm Daddy
  11. James Booker – Cool Turkey
  12. James Booker – Gonzo
  13. Lee Dorsey – Lottie Mo
  14. Tommy Ridgley with Dr. John – Let’s Try And Talk It Over
  15. Fats Domino – Walking To New Orleans
  16. Ernie K. Doe – Mother-In-Law
  17. Tommy Ridgley with Dr. John – Do You Remember?
  18. Lee Dorsey – Ya Ya
  19. Lee Dorsey – Do-Re-Mi
  20. Eddie Bo – Dinky Doo
  21. Clarence ‘Frogman’ Henry – You Always Hurt The One You Love
  22. Barbara George – I Know
  23. James Booker – Tubby Part 1
  24. James Booker – Tubby Part 2
  25. Eddie Bo – Check Mr Popeye

 

Notes

This 100 tracker features the most important contributions from the greatest proponents of the most prevalent instruments in the sound of one of the USA’s most celebrated musical cities. Legends such as Jelly Roll Morton, Fats Domino, Professor Longhair, Dr. John alongside lesser know but equally important ivory tinklers such as Little Brother Montgomery, Dink Johnson and Archibald. The informative 32 page booklet tells the story of these characters as well as containing discographical information and rare pictures. There is no other survey like this in the marketplace.

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