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Goin' Back to New Orleans is an album by New Orleans singer and pianist Dr. John. It was released by Warner Bros. Records on June 12, 1992. The album won a Grammy award for Best Traditional Blues Album. Musicians and vocalists on the album include the Neville Brothers, Al Hirt, Danny Barker, Alfred "Uganda" Roberts, Pete Fountain, Alvin "Red" Tyler, Chuck Carbo, Clyde Kerr, J. and Jamil Sharif. Litanie des Saints" (Mac Rebennack) - 4:44.
Album Name Goin' Back to New Orleans. Erscheinungsdatum 1992. Labels Warner Music Group. Musik GenreBlues Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen3. 1. Litanie Des Saints.
Who better than Dr. John to give a history of New Orleans music? from 1992. Goin' Back traces a century of Crescent City musical history, starting in the mid-19th century with Louis Moreau Gottschalk, a classical composer influenced by the African chants and slave dances he witnessed in New Orleans' Congo Square.
A sequel of sorts to Gumbo (1972), Goin’ Back to New Orleans digs deeper than that collection did. If this isn’t the definitive Dr. John album, it is his most ambitious and ranks with his best. From there, Dr. John conjures many of the same Crescent City ghosts that have inhabited Wynton Marsalis’s recent recordings: Louis Armstrong, Jelly Roll Morton, Buddy Bolden and others. Morton’s Milneburg Joys and the age-old Basin Street Blues have so much sex, soul and magic in their sultry grooves that you can practically feel the steam rising.
Goin' back home, fe nan e' To the land of the beautiful queen Goin' back to home to my baby Goin' back to New Orleans. On the double, here comes the Neville Brothers! Seeing na-na, my parin Couzine and my ma and pa Want to plant my feet on Rampart Street Be there for the Mardi Gras. Goin' back home, fe nan e' And never more will I roam Goin' get me fill of that etoufee 'Cause New Orleans is my home. Is that a jumbo jet? No, that's Big Al comin' to put a hurt on you. On the level, there's Charlie Neville.
About 70 of his works have been recorded by vocalists, instrumental groups. New Orleans Times-Picayune's Dixie Roto Magazine feature on Dr. John at 17. English (US).
Vinyl pressed in Germany. Chris Barber & Dr. John did a 'Take Me Back To New Orleans' tour when this album was released. Matrix, Runout (Side A): A-5894 A-1/81S II.