- Performer:Johnny Wiggs
- Title:New Orleans All Star Concert, Vol. 1
- Date of release:1966
- Recording date:December 11, 1966
- Recording location:Town Theatre, Columbia, SC
- Size FLAC version1160 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1280 megabytes
- Size WMA version1230 megabytes
- Formats:AAC DXD ADX XM APE RA
Cie Frazier, Don Ewell, George Lewis, Jim Robinson - Wabash Blues Reunion, 1997 06:52. Cie Frazier, Don Ewell, George Lewis, Jim Robinson - Of All The Wrongs Reunion, 1997 03:45. Artist: George Lewis Louis Nelson Joseph Butler Charlie Hamilton Johnny Wiggs Sammy Penn.
Johnny Wiggs And His New Orleans Band. Johnny Wiggs And His New Orleans Band (10", Album, Red).
Johnny Wiggs And His New Orleans Music. Johnny Wiggs and his New Orleans Music - Sweet Substitute 04:34 The '504' Story - Lagniappe 1949-2000.
Veteran New Orleans pianist, songwriter and producer Dr. John will be the honoree at a star-studded tribute concert during the city's 2014 Jazz & Heritage Festival, with friends and admirers paying tribute on May 3. Mavis Staples, Allen Toussaint, Irma Thomas, Lucinda Williams, Gregg Allman and at least a dozen others will take part in the concert, dubbed "The Musical Mojo of Dr. John: A Celebration of Mac and His Music," to be held at the Saenger Theatre in the French Quarter. An announcement of the concert said surprise guests would be added to the lineup. The gathering will be led by musician and label executive Don Was, who said in a statement, "Dr. John transcends genres with a truly distinctive sound that embodies the rich musical heritage of New Orleans and has tremendously influenced the course of music history. INTERACTIVE: A festival for every fan – SoCal's yearly sonic lineup.
The Battle of New Orleans" is a song written by Jimmy Driftwood. The song describes the Battle of New Orleans from the perspective of an American soldier; the song tells the tale of the battle with a light tone and provides a rather comical version of what actually happened at the battle. It has been recorded by many artists, but the singer most often associated with this song is Johnny Horton. His version scored number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1959 (see 1959 in music)
Their new album Ragged Glory was hailed as their finest in a decade and the group was playing songs old and new with a stunning level of energy and passion. The live album Weld captured the best moments on a two-CD set. The 14-minute rendition of "Like A Hurricane" remains one of the best version of the tune, while concert staples "Cortez The Killer," "Powderfinger" and "Hey Hey, My My (In The Black)" have never sounded so vital. Frampton Comes Alive! quickly became the biggest-selling album of all time until the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack topped it. "A year before Frampton Comes Alive! we had released the studio version of "Show Me The Way" as a singl. nd it totally tanked," Frampton told MusicRadar. The concert took place six years after the rock icon's career plummeted after the public learned he had married his 13-year-old cousin, but at age 28, Lewis was at a musical peak.
Sam Morgan's Jazz Band. Down by the Riverside, 03:14. Here Comes the Hot Tamale Man, 03:03. Krooked Blues, 03:13.
CreditsMort Dixon - Composer
W.C. Handy - Composer
King Oliver - Composer
Martha E. Koenig - Composer
Traditional - Composer
Johnny Wiggs - Cornet, Primary Artist
Spencer Williams - Composer
Harry Woods - Composer
|2||Way Down Younder in New Orleans||Johnny Wiggs||1:42|
|3||Just a Little While to Stay Here||Johnny Wiggs||8:16|
|4||Make Me a Pallet on the Floor||Johnny Wiggs||7:19|
|5||Careless Love W.C. Handy / Martha E. Koenig / Spencer Williams||Johnny Wiggs||7:06|
|6||Bye and Bye Traditional||Johnny Wiggs||4:55|
|7||I'm Looking over a Four Leaf Clover Mort Dixon / Harry Woods||Johnny Wiggs||4:49|
|8||Dippermouth Blues King Oliver||Johnny Wiggs||5:10|
|9||I'm Forever Blowing Bubbles||Johnny Wiggs||6:51|
|10||It's a Long Way to Tipperary||Johnny Wiggs||7:20|