tue 18 jun 2019 23:00
Composer: Stevie Wonder
Music & Politics. Episode #5: WHO DAT.
New Orleans was among the first parts of the United States to develop a strong African-American artistic culture leading to the invention of jazz in the early 1900s. Jazz may have been born in NOLA at the turn of the century, but by the 1950s, the music of choice in New Orleans was rhythm & blues.
In this trip to NOLA we can find what the status of the NEW ORLEAS funk is. Always second line with a bit of old school drumming and that’s it.
This selection is dedicated to the beloved memory of Mr John “Mac” Rebennack Jr, aka DR JOHN who left us such a great heritage of music and culture .
Who Dat. Who dat up there who’s dat down there
- Do Watcha Wanna – La Vella Dixieland
- Goose Grease – Galactic
- Natural Soul Brother – Danny White
- Do It Like You Do – Lettuce feat. Nigel Hall from NOLA
- Iko Iko – Dr John
- John Brown – Papa Grows Funk
- Only One – PJ Morton Ft. Stevie Wonder
- Our Lady Of New Orleans (Herreast Harrison) – Christian Scott ATunde Adjuah
- I Wish You Would – Dumpstaphunk Ft. Skerik & Troy Andrews
- Quick – Tank And The Bangas
- Fairchild – Willie West
- The Step – Mario Abney
- New Orleans Jazz (From “Un Italiano in America”) – Piero Piccioni
- Swagism – Ghost-Note
- Ain’t Misbehavin’ (I’m Savin’ My Love For You) – Marcus Roberts Trio
- Do You Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans – John Boutte