Dr John: Mojo Of Dr. John

Dr John SKU: 39314116
Dr. John: Mojo Of Dr. John

Dr John: Mojo Of Dr. John

Dr John SKU: 39314116

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Title: Mojo Of Dr. John
Artist: Dr John
Label: Sunset BLVD Records
UPC: 708535794523
Genre: Cajun

Solo performances of Dr. John's greatest hits. Dr. John's music is stamped with the rhythms and traditions of the Crescent City, and he has spent a career that now spans more than half a century championing it's music. Born Malcolm John 'Mac' Rebennack, he learned piano and guitar as a child. As a child growing up in the 1940s, he was steeped in the music of the city. 'It was a special time in New Orleans,' he told USA Today's Edna Gunderson. 'The radio stations played basically New Orleans music, and I thought that was what the whole world heard.' As a musician, he was schooled by local legends like Walter 'Papoose' Nelson (Professor Longhair's guitarist), guitarist Roy Montrell, keyboardist James Booker and Cosimo Matassa (whose J&M Studio was the hub of the city's recording scene). Rebennack became one of the first white session men on the local scene. Working in L.A. with producer Harold Battiste, a fellow Crescent City expatriate, he created the character of Dr. John the Night Tripper, a voodoo sorcerer and healer. His first album, Gris-Gris, masterfully evoked the mystical spirit of back-alley voodoo in a musical setting of otherworldly 'N'Awlins' swamp funk. It meshed perfectly with the age of psychedelia in which it was released. Such cuts as 'I Walk on Gilded Splinters' evoked a late-night, back-streets netherworld of ritual and mystery. Until his untimely passing on June 6th of this year, Dr. John continued to keep the Crescent City's musical heritage alive.

1.1 Foolish Little Girl
1.2 Good Times
1.3 Sahara
1.4 Feedbag
1.5 South of the Border Town
1.6 The Honeydripper Part 2
1.7 Storm Warning (Long Version)
1.8 The Time Had Come
1.9 Woman
1.10 Which Way
1.11 A Little Closer to My Home
1.12 Make Your Own
1.13 You Said It
1.14 Bring Your Own Along
1.15 Somebody Tryin' to Hoodoo Me
1.16 Don' Want No Monkey in My Business
1.17 I Pulled the Cover Off You Two Lovers
1.18 Shining As Hard As I Can (Dying in the Forest)
2.1 Trader John
2.2 Zuzu Man
2.3 Tipitina Woman Is the Root of All Evil
2.4 Bald Head
2.5 The Ear Is on Strike
2.6 Go Ahead on Got Lonesome-Itis
2.7 Such a Night (Live)
2.8 Walk on Guilded Splinters (Live)
2.9 Goin' Back to New Orleans (Live)
2.10 Tipitina (Live)
2.11 I've Been Hoodooed (Live)
2.12 Right Place Wrong Time
2.13 Let the Good Times Roll (Live)
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