Title: Zydeco Jazz Blues R&B - The Sounds Of New Orleans
Style: Zydeco, Cajun, Rhythm & Blues
Format: MP3 FLAC ASF AA ADX MP4 XM AAC APE
FLAC size: 1326 mb | MP3 size: 1400 mb | WMA size: 1495 mb
New Orleans rhythm and blues is a style of rhythm and blues music that originated in the . Most popular from 1948 to 1955, it was a direct precursor to rock and roll and strongly influenced ska. Instrumentation typically includes drums, bass, piano, horns, electric guitar, and vocals. The style is characterized by syncopated "second line" rhythms, a strong backbeat, and soulful vocals
Louisiana Blues New Orleans Blues New Orleans Brass Bands New Orleans Jazz New Orleans R&B North American Traditions Regional Blues Zydeco. September 20, 2005 - October 28, 2005. But the future for New Orleans is uncertain. Many who were forced to leave when the levees were breached may not return, either because they can't or won't. The city will have to be remade, hopefully in its old image, but it won't be easy, it it's possible at all.
The sounds of the New Orleans embrace and charm. Always, forever, the city’s music is its beating heart – especially true during Mardi Gras, Jazz Fest and other celebrations. The musical notes of jazz, brass, R&B, soul and many mixes fill the air along with night–blooming jasmine and other fabulous tropical fragrances. Walk down Frenchmen Street, the main artery of the Marigny neighborhood adjacent to the French Quarter and take in the vibrant blocks of cafes, music clubs and restaurants including Snug Harbor, .
In fact, New Orleans has been just as vibrant, diverse and productive during each and every era of recording from 1923-2004 and this collection proves it! The collection takes a major risk that pays off, of not thematically organizing each of the four compact discs in this collection. The set kicks off with current New Orleans jazz ambassador and great chef, Kermit Ruffins informing us of his wish "Drop Me Off in New Orleans. From there the set visits recordings from different era and styles. All four and their various sidemen brought the sounds of the Crescent City out for the rest of the world to hear, appreciate and emulate. The next major era represented comes from the independent record label explosion in the late 1940's and 1950's when New Orleans was a hot bed for so much recording, especially in the fields of Rhythm and Blues, Blues and Rock and Roll.
With the combined fervor of a gospel hymn, jazz, zydeco, blues, R&B, rock, funk, African, Latin, Caribbean, folk . Inspired by the spirit of Mahalia Jackson and the Eureka Brass Band back in 1970, the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival is one of the most important cultural events in North America. With the combined fervor of a gospel hymn, jazz, zydeco, blues, R&B, rock, funk, African, Latin, Caribbean, folk, and much more the event has showcased most of the chart-topping local artists as well as a wide mix of internationally renowned guests.
The New Orleans Jazz Band. When the Saints Go Marching In. Прослушать Скачать 02:56. Bobby Hackett And His Jazz Band. Прослушать Скачать 02:45. Ronnie Magri & New Orleans Jazz Band. Tombstone Blues Original Mix. Прослушать Скачать 02:55. Jimmie Noone and His New Orleans Band.
Remember New Orleans (1950-1958). 1-1. –Kid Ory And His Creole Jazz Band. Sidney Bechet And His New Orleans Feetwarmers.
The rich New Orleans rhythm and blues music scene of the 1950s and ’60s brought him into contact with many remarkable musicians, particularly piano players, including Fats Domino, James Booker, Huey Piano Smith, the Neville family and dozens of others. The stage persona of Dr. John was intended to embody the history and sounds of New Orleans’ musical heritage, inflected with some of the emerging psychedelic rock production of the late 1960s. He originally intended someone else to be the singer while he merely produced the music.
|1||–Rebirth Brass Band||Do Whatcha Want (Part 2)||6:16|
|2||–The Meters||Rock N' Roll Medley||5:05|
|3||–James Booker||On The Sunny Side of the Street||3:40|
|4||–Irma Thomas||It's Raining||3:57|
|5||–Earl King||No City Like New Orleans||4:58|
|6||–Marva Wright||Groove Me||3:10|
|7||–Kevin Clark||Bourbon Street Parade||7:48|
|9||–Professor Longhair||Big Chief||3:17|
|10||–Bo Dollis, The Wild Magnolias||Carnival Time||2:42|
|11||–Kid Merv||Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans?||5:50|
|12||–Rockin' Dopsie Jr. & The Zydeco Twisters||Josephine Oh Ma Ma||3:09|
|13||–Al Hirt, Dr. John||El Jumbo||3:20|
|14||–Aaron Neville||Mo-jo Hannah||4:30|
|15||–Jean Knight||Toot Toot||4:36|