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Categorie archives: New Orleans Funk

  • Thursday August 4, 2022

    click on it

    Let’s listen to something different today. One of the leading
    figures in the New orleans soul field was without doubt the
    late and great Allen Toussaint. As musician, songwriter,
    arranger and record producer he made a permanent
    name. Read his Wiki-page and learn. By the way,
    don’t you just love that cover ?

    Laten we vandaag eens luisteren naar iets heel anders. Eén van
    de meest invloedrijke figuren in de soul scene van New Orleans
    was zonder twijfel Allen Toussaint. Als muzikant, song schrijver,
    arranger en Producer vestigde hij zich en maakte een onuitwisbare
    naam voor zichzelf. Lees zijn Wiki-pagina en leer. Overigens,
    is die hoes niet onweerstaanbaar mooi ?


    Tagrijn Compi
    the Meters, Fire on the Bayou
    some Dr. John

    01 – Last train
    02 – Worldwide
    03 – Back in baby’s arms
    04 – Country john
    05 – Basic lady
    06 – Southern nights
    07 – You will not lose
    08 – What do you want the girl to do ?
    09 – When the party’s over
    10 – Cruel way to go down


    Posted by Moos
    at 8:19 AM
  • Saturday November 12, 2016



    Mijn eerste encounter met New Orleans funky muziek moet
    eind jaren zestig hebben plaats gevonden. Toen Lee Dorsey
    de hit ‘Working in the coalmine’ had. Ik was nog te jong om het
    te beseffen. Pas eind jaren zeventig drong het allemaal tot me
    door. Met de platen van Dr. John, the Meters e.d. werd duidelijk
    hoe geweldig deze muziek is. Het was nóg veel later toen ik kennis
    maakte met Bo Dollis en de Wild Magnolias. Hier hebben we hun 1974
    album. Een andere groep New Orleans indianen was The Wild Tchoupitoulas,
    een soortgelijke band die ook in de jaren zeventig opereerde. Met de
    broertjes Neville van de Meters en geproduceerd door Allen toussaint
    die ook de hit ‘Working in the coalmine’ had geschreven. Tijdens de Mardi
    Gras, het New Orleans carnaval komt het allemaal samen, indianen bont
    gekleed de straat op, de muziek uit het stof, één groot feest in de straten.
    Hier zijn wat plaatjes om het verhaal kracht bij te zetten, luister..

    My first encounter with New Orleans funky music must have taken place
    during he end of the sixties when Lee Dorsey had a hit with ‘Working in the
    coalmine’. I was too young to realise though. Only by the end of the seventies
    it started to become clear to me. listening to Dr. John and the Meters I found
    out just how great this music is. Still much later I got aquainted with the music
    of Bo Dollis and the Wild magnolias. Today we’ve got their 1974 album. Another
    New Orleans Indian group was The Wild Tchoupitoulas, with the brothers Neville
    of the Meters and produced by Allen Toussaint who wrote ‘Working in the coalmine’.
    They operated around the same time, mid seventies. During the Mardi gras, the
    New Orleans carnival, it all comes together, Indians go out dresed in colours and
    the streets of New Orleans turn into a big party. Do check these records
    to find out, listen and agree, this is wild party stuff..

    titels ;

    01 – Handa wanda
    02 – Smoke my peace pipe
    03 – Two way pak a way
    04 – Corey died on the battlefield
    05 – Soul, soul, soul
    06 – Saints



    titels ;

    01 – Gris-gris gumbo ya ya
    02 – Danse kalinda ba doom
    03 – mama roux
    04 – Danse fambeaux
    05 – Croker coutbullion
    06 – Jump sturdy
    07 – I walk on guilded splinters



    titels ;

    01 – People say
    02 – Love is for me
    03 – Just kissed my baby
    04 – What’cha say
    05 – Jungle man
    06 – Hey pocky a-way
    07 – It ain’t no use
    08 – Loving you is on my mind
    09 – Africa
    10 – People say ( single version )
    11 – Hey pocky a-way ( single version )


    Posted by Moos
    at 11:43 PM
  • Thursday July 31, 2008

    Meters, front

    Now it gets really hot ! The titlesong of this LP always was an
    absolute massive dancehit, I don’t know how often I played
    it at party’s. Never could resist it.
    Check out the Meters from New Orleans, produced by Allen Toussaint.


    1 Out in the country
    2 Fire on the bayou
    3 Love slip upon ya
    4 Talkin’ ’bout New Orleans
    5 They all ask’d about you
    6 Can you do without ?
    7 Liar
    8 You’re a friend of mine
    9 Middle of the road
    10 Running fast
    11 Mardi Gras Mambo


    Posted by Moos
    at 10:59 PM