Back from N'awlins y'all. We had a great time diggin' the music scene down there. This podcast reflects the music we heard, and the musicians that were performing throughout the city and particularly in the clubs on Frenchman Street near the French Quarter. We start with the man that started it all, Louis Armstrong, and move into the big brass sound of The Dirty Dozen Brass Band. We caught trombonist Delfeayo Marsalis leading his own 15 piece band, so he is represented here though in a quintet setting. I picked up Pat Casey's and the New Sound's CD at his performance at the Spotted Cat Music Club. These young cats represent some of the fine musicians playing all kinds of jazz throughout the city, and keeping the jazz scene fresh in New Orleans.
Here is a video I took of a fine street band on Jackson Square.
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Track ~ Artist ~ Album
Honeysuckle Rose ~ Louis Armstrong and His All-Stars ~ Satch Plays Fats
Unclean Waters ~ The Dirty Dozen Brass Band ~ Buck Jump
Inner City Blues ~ The Dirty Dozen Brass Band ~ Buck Jump
Brer Rabbit ~ Delfeayo Marsalis ~ Minions Dominion
Lost In The Crescent ~ Delfeayo Marsalis ~ Minions Dominion
New Orleans Stomp ~ McCoy Tyner ~ Illuminations
Canteloupe Island ~ Pat Casey & The New Sound
Israel ~ Pat Casey & The New Sound
Three Legged Tango in Jackson Square ~ John Ellis ~ Dance Like There is No Tomorrow
Summertime ~ Herbie Hancock ~ Gershwin's World
In Time of Need ~ Terence Blanchard ~ A Tale of God's Will (A Requiem for Katrina)