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D-Boy

Label: NYNO
Released: 1998
Track listing: Mardi Gras in New Orleans; D-Boy; You Got Yours; Spread Your Legs; Whoopin' Blues; I Ate Up the Apple Tree; Smoke that Fire; Jesus on the Main Line; Ms Lollipop; Shakin' That Ass; Li'l Liza Jane; Caribbean Second Line.

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Satchmo of the Ghetto

Label: NYNO
Released: 1998

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Connected

Label: NYNO
Released: 1998

Album

Amadee

Label: NYNO
Released: 1998
Track listing: Just Like You; In the Hood; Crystal; Always There for You; Angels; Amacasino; You Dirty F Minor, You; Buda; The End of the Day; Shine; Alley Cat Strut; Maui Moon.

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Imaginary Lover

Label: NYNO
Released: 1998
Track listing: I'll Go with You; Speak of the Devil; You're My Imaginary Lover; Going Nowhere Fast; Sally on a Streetcar; Voodoo Doll; Getting Over You; What Lovers Do; Ring Dang Do; Hit the Road.

Album

A New Orleans Christmas

Label: NYNO
Released: 1998

Album

D-Boy

Label: NYNO
Released: 1998

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Allen Toussaint & Friends: A New Orleans Christmas

Read "A New Orleans Christmas" reviewed by Jim Santella


The various artists that appear on this 1997 Christmas album make it a cross-genre collection of R&B, C&W, pop/rock, blues, and jazz items suitable for infusing that annual Christmas spirit. Lead vocalists for the lyric-oriented Yuletide favorites include Raymond Myles, Larry Hamilton, Tricia Boutte, Grace Darling, Wallace Johnson, and James Andrews. With Allen Toussaint’s spirited piano ...

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Grace Darling: Imaginary Lover

Read "Imaginary Lover" reviewed by Robert Spencer


Grace Darling is your standard tenor sax-playing vocalist, and Imaginary Lover is just another one of those discs where the leader plays tenor sax and sings in front of New Orleans funk-gospel backbeats. Seriously, that this accomplished singer plays sax at all (or should that be “that this accomplished saxophonist sings at all"?) is intriguing; the ...

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Allen Toussaint: Connected

Read "Connected" reviewed by Robert Spencer


Allen Toussaint is back. Let the world know. Connected is his first full-length national release in nearly twenty years, and it is a full resume of the New Orleans institution's many talents. His funky R&B piano is the centerpiece of this disc, which features a host of New Orleans luminaries including Dave Bartholomew on trumpet, Leo ...


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