Feb 21, 2020
Mambo Sauce’s inaugural episode, A New Orleans Soul, focuses on three incredible New Orleans pianists/vocalists; the late Ronnie Barron and Henry Roeland Byrd, aka “Professor Longhair”, and still-living legend Mac “Dr. John” Rebenack. Thrown in for good measure is Washington DC treasure, vocalist/drummer-supreme Big Joe Maher, featured along with his stellar pianist Kevin McKendree. The episode also showcases Dr. John playing some amazing guitar solos on Professor Longhair’s masterpiece, Crawfish Fiesta. Justin provides excellent biographies on the artists. This episode captures the soul of New Orleans and Neil Raabe!
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Mambo Sauce is sponsored by the Brass Eye Cocktail Lounge in historic downtown Niles, Michigan
A New Orleans Soul features cuts from:
Ronnie Barron’s Bon Ton Roulette (Ace, 1983) & My New Orleans Soul (AIM (Australia), 1993), Professor Longhair’s Crawfish Fiesta (Alligator Records, 1980) & New Orleans Piano (Atlantic Recording Company, 1972), Dr. John’s Dr. John’s Gumbo (ATCO Records, 1972) & Dr. John Plays Mac Rebenack (Clean Cuts, 1981), and Big Joe & The Dynaflows’ Layin’ In the Alley (Black Top Records, 1994) & Cool Dynaflow (Tramp Records/Munich Records (Netherlands), 1991)
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