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Nektar: Remember The Future - Deluxe Edition

Read "Remember The Future - Deluxe Edition" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

This deluxe/digitally remastered version of British progressive-rock band Nektar's iconic Remember the Future (1973) features a full second disc with a live performance of other works, culled from a 2007 concert in Brazil. The original two-part recording of “Remember the Future," is followed by a live rendition, although no information is provided in the ...

What You Lookin' At

Label: It's About Music
Released: 2007
Track listing: Voodoo Queen; Jambalaya Brass; Alligator Ball; Hip Hug-Her; Blackbird Special; Salsa 2nd Line; Do It Fluid; Bayou Mama; What You Lookin' At?; On the Funky Side.

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Jambalaya Brass Band: What You Lookin' At

Read "What You Lookin' At" reviewed by Henry Smith

"The Crescent City" is New Orleans' nickname primarily for one reason: its shape. Starting in the French Quarter, the city's bounds expanded along the curve of the Mississippi River, giving the city a shape that is essentially that of a toenail. This is mentioned only because this expansion didn't stop there. Indeed, groups like the Jambalaya ...


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