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After the storm : III we know what it means to miss New Orleans [from] American routes, with Nick Spitzer.

Author: Nicholas R SpitzerIsidore WashingtonOlu DaraCharley PattonBob DylanAll authors
Publisher: [New Orleans, LA] : Public Radio International, American Routes, [2005].
Series: After the storm.
Edition/Format:   Music CD : CD audio : English
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Show includes excerpts of Nick Spitzer's interviews with musicians about their experiences of Hurricane Katrina.
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Genre/Form: Radio
Interviews
Music
Songs and music
Named Person: Eddie Bo; Eddie Bo
Material Type: Music
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: Nicholas R Spitzer; Isidore Washington; Olu Dara; Charley Patton; Bob Dylan; John Fahey; Kermit Ruffins; Fats Domino; Tom Waits; Irvin Mayfield; Sam Cooke; Allen Toussaint; Jimmy Smith; Cassandra Wilson; Muddy Waters; Clarence Brown; Richard Fontenot; Lucinda Williams; Louis Armstrong; Duke Ellington; Don Vappie; Eddie Bo; Nicholas Payton; Bob Wills; Happy Fats LeBlanc; Coteau (Musical group); Prisonaires (Musical group); Staple Singers.; Dirty Dozen Brass Band.; Animals (Musical group); Blind Boys of Alabama.; Texas Playboys.; Rayne-Bo Ramblers.; KRVS (Radio station : Lafayette, La.); Public Radio International.
OCLC Number: 227149367
Language Note: Sung in English or French; narration in English.
Notes: Selections previously released.
Compact discs.
Performer(s): Nick Spitzer, host of the radio program American Routes, narrator ; various musical performers.
Event notes: Broadcast from radio station KRVS, Lafayette, La.
Description: 2 sound discs (2 hours) : digital ; 4 3/4 in.
Contents: Hour 1. Do you know what it means to miss New Orleans (Tuts Washington) ; Just walkin' in the rain (The Prisonaires) ; Rain shower (Olu Dara) --
High water everywhere, part 1 (Charley Patton) ; High water (for Charley Patton) (Bob Dylan) ; I can't help from cryin' sometime (Staples Singers) ; Requiem for John Hurt (John Fahey) --
Wrap your troubles in dreams (Kermit Ruffins) ; Do you know what it means to miss New Orleans (Fats Domino); I wish I was in New Orleans (in the Ninth Ward) (Tom Waits) ; The lost souls (of southern Louisiana) (The Dirty Dozen Brass Band) --
Interview with Roger Lewis and Gregory Davis of the Dirty Dozen Brass Band --
Ninth Ward blues (Irvin Mayfield) ; Mean old world (Sam Cooke) --
The house of the rising sun (The Animals) ; Amazing grace (The Blind Boys of Alabama) ; Minor Tipitina (Allen Toussaint). Hour 2. When the saints go marching in (Jimmy Smith) ; Come on in my kitchen (Cassandra Wilson) ; Feel like going home (Muddy Waters) --
Okie dokie stomp (Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown) ; Folks back home (Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown) ; Tous les deux pour la meme (Richard Fontenot) --
Acadian two-step (Coteau) ; Crescent city (Lucinda Williams) --
Les tete fille Lafayette (Happy Fats and His Rayne-Bo Ramblers) ; Stay a little longer (Bob Wills & His Texas Playboys) --
Do you know what it means to miss New Orleans (Louis Armstrong) ; Basin Street blues (Duke Ellington) ; Do you know what it means to miss New Orleans (Don Vappie) --
Eddie Bo interview and performance: You are my sunshine ; Check your bucket ; When the saints go marching in ; When the saints go marching in (Nicholas Payton) ; Credits.
Series Title: After the storm.
Other Titles: We know what it means to miss New Orleans
American routes (Radio program)

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Show includes excerpts of Nick Spitzer's interviews with musicians about their experiences of Hurricane Katrina.

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