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Love Street Lullaby

Label: Threadhead Records
Released: 2013
Track listing: I Will Love You; Come And Get Your Happiness; Midnight Blue; When You’re Smiling; Blue Moon; My Love Untitled; You Do Something; A Little Trip To Heaven; It’s Only A Paper Moon; That’s Life I Guess; Love Street Lullaby; Korean Lullaby.

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Miss Sophie Lee: Love Street Lullaby

Read "Love Street Lullaby" reviewed by James Nadal

If there is one constant element in New Orleans music, it is tradition. Though there are many styles and genres to be discovered and enjoyed within this vibrant and energetic city, there is a defining acoustic syncopated sound which is most identified and associated with New Orleans. Vocalist Miss Sophie Lee with Love Street Lullaby has ...

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Creole String Beans: Shrimp Boots & Vintage Suits

Read "Shrimp Boots & Vintage Suits" reviewed by Chuck Schultz

Somewhere, Ernie K-Doe is smiling.On Shrimp Boots &Vintage Suits, the Creole String Beans uncork a letter-perfect recreation of “Here Come the Girls," a sexy, Allen Toussaint-penned K-Doe strut. Elsewhere, the group aces the swamp pop chestnut “Shirley," Lloyd Price's “Just Because" and Fats Domino's “Be My Guest." But the Creole String Beans is more ...

Almost Native

Label: Threadhead Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: Tango Ambiguo; Heavy Henry; Waltz for All Souls; Le Manège Rouge; Spooky Blues (for Booker)/Quite Enough Blues; The Don't Mess With My Two-Step; Chorando Em Paris; Tandé Sak Fé Loraj Gwondé; Musette in A Minor; March Of The Pony Girls; Irresistivel.

Shrimp Boots & Vintage Suits

Label: Threadhead Records
Released: 2011
Track listing: Mr Okra; Funky Spillway; Sally Put A Spell On Me; Be My Guest; Just Because; What I Know Now; Shirley; Stand Out From The Crowd; Here Come The Girls; Knock Me Down Again; Eyes Like A Cat; St. Gabriel; Instant People; Louisiana Fairytale; Shrimp Boots & Vintage Suits.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Tom McDermott / Evan Christopher: Almost Native

Read "Almost Native" reviewed by Louis Heckheimer

Avant-garde art has been described as seeking innovation through experimentation, preferring novelty to formula and defying existing convention. The term “avant-garde traditionalism" could be a way to describe the music of New Orleans pianist Tom McDermott. Although it is rooted in the traditions of his adopted city, he pushes boundaries with his quirky compositions and interest ...

Side by Side

Label: Threadhead Records
Released: 2010
Track listing: All Of Y'All; Nobody's Doin' It Right; Slip Away; You'll Get Through It; Baton Rouge Baby; The Road Ain't Easy; You're Killing Me; The Willow; Bayou Du Chat Noir; ); Ma Belle Creole.

ARTICLE: ALBUM REVIEW

Wilson & Moore: Side by Side

Read "Side by Side" reviewed by Craig M. Cortello

Chip Wilson is best known in and around New Orleans as the former guitar luthier who extracts supreme sounds from the instrument he once made a living producing. Jesse Moore is a versatile performer equally at ease on stage in music clubs and theaters, on television, or on film. Side by Side, the debut album by ...


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