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THE BLEND #15: NEW ORLEANS JAZZ & BLUES



The Blend #15: New Orleans Jazz and Blues
Broadcast 25-5-2016
Host: Ira
For: ex-patradio.fr


Listen on Mixcloud HERE.

 
Perdido Street Blues – Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra – Blues Born in New Orleans
Do You Know What It Means – Louis Armstrong – Legends of New Orleans
The Devil Got Me Blues – Kevin Clark and the Jazz Revelation – Blues Born in New Orleans
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Mercy On Me _ Champion Jack Dupree – Blues Born in New Orleans
Wild Man Blues – Johnny Dodds’ Black Bottom Stompers – Blues Born in New Orleans
Of All the Wrongs You Done Me – Pete Fountain – Blues Born in New Orleans
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Really the Blues – Tom Ladnier and His Orchestra – Blues Born in New Orleans
Buddy Bolden Blues – Baby Dodds Trio – Blues Born in New Orleans
Up In Sydney’s Flat – Bunk Johnson/Sydney Bechet Orchestra – Blues Born in New Orleans
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That’s Enough of that Stuff – Marcia Ball – Tipitina and Friends
Every Day Is Not the Same – Carol Fran and Clarence Holliman – Tipitina and Friends
I Hear You Knockin’ – Smiley Lewis p- Tipitina and Friends
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Iko Iko – Dr. John – Tipitina and Friends
Red Beans – Professor Longhair – Tipitina and Friends
They All Asked for You – The Meters – Tipitina and Friends
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One Night – Smiley Lewis – Tipitina and Friends
I Know (You Don’t Love Me No More) Barbara George – Tipitina and Friends
Ooh Poo Pah Doo, Pt. 1 – Jessie Hill – Tipitina and Friends
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Coconut Milk – Bo Dollis and Wild Magnolias – Tipitina and friends
Come On, Pt. 1 – Earl King – Tipitina and Friends
Lawdy Miss Clawdy – James Booker – Tipitina and Friends
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Sing It – Irma Thomas, Marcia Ball, and Tracy Nelson – Legends of New Orleans
St. Louis Blues – Preservation Hall Jazz Band – Legends of New Orleans
On a Night Like This – Buckwheat Zydeco – Legends of New Orleans
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Me and the Devil Blues – Eric Gale – Hellhound On My Trail
Trouble in Mind – Jimmy Witherspoon – Ain’t Nobody’s Business
Just a Closer Walk with Thee – Allen Toussaint – The Bright Mississippi
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Amazing Grace – The Neville Brothers – Legends of New Orleans
I Was Healed by the Wound in His Side – Sister Gertrude Morgan – Let’s Make a Record
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Basin Street Blues – Sydney Bechet – The Best of Sydney Bechet
Burgundy Street Blues – Dr. Michael White – A Song for George Lewis


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