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9 thoughts on “ In The Night - Professor Longhair - Mardi Gras In New Orleans (CD)

  1. Faektilar
    In his "Mardi Gras in New Orleans," the pianist employs the 2–3 clave onbeat/offbeat motif in a rumba boogie "guajeo". [46] Piano excerpt from the rumba boogie "Mardi Gras in New Orleans" () by Professor Longhair. 2–3 claves are written above for rhythmic reference.
  2. Shagrel
    This superb set is the most comprehensive collection from New Orleans' greatest and most influential R&B pianist, Professor Longhair. Includes both sides of all his major 78s and 45s he released between and Professor Longhair's music is played in his hometown so often and so reverently you'd swear he was still around.
  3. Taugal
    Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Mardi Gras In New Orleans: Complete Recordings - Professor Longhair on AllMusic.
  4. Faur
    Aug 26,  · Perfect Blues: s 30s & 40s Vintage Blues; Louis Armstrong, Count Basie, Leadbelly (Past Perfect) - Duration: Past Perfect Vintage Music 2,, views.
  5. Kagalmaran
    1. Go To The Mardi Gras - Professor Longhair 2. Handa Wanda Part 1 - Bo Dollis and the Wild Magnolias Mardi Gras Indian Band 3. Carnival Time - Al Johnson 4. Big Chief Part 2 - Professor Longhair 5. Street Parade - Earl King 6. Second Line Part 1- Stop, Inc. 7. Mardi Gras Mambo - The Hawketts 8. New Suit - The Wild Magnolias 9.
  6. Meztimuro
    John Goodman’s character liked to play “Mardi Gras in New Orleans” loud and dance out the door to it. That’s a good one. That’s a good one. “In the Night” might be even better.
  7. Dukazahn
    The beat was powered by the heavy second-line rhythms of drummer Frank Bua, former Professor Longhair/James Booker bassist Reggie Scanlan, and percussionist Glenn Sears. The Rads became one of my favorite New Orleans bands, thanks to their outrageous live shows, especially their annual Mardi Gras performances at the ultradecadent M.O.M.'s Ball.
  8. Zuluzahn
    The king of New Orleans piano, and the king of his anthologies: every key 45 and 78 he put out from –62 as Professor Longhair, Roland Byrd, Roy Byrd an.
  9. Faektilar
    Recorded in , this album almost never saw the light of day. Fortunately, the master tapes were found and the album was released posthumously. Professor Longhair was a giant in the New Orleans music community, but had not recorded in over ten years when he was convinced to start playing again. From the opening riffs, one can understand the stature of Professor Longhair as a great pianist -- he .

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