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Artist Song Album Label Comments
Soul Rebels Brass Band Halftime: Get Up Stand Up Nothing But Love EP
Clarence Wiliams & His Jazz Kings Baby Won't You Please Come Home? Whoop It Up Columbia
The Dixie Cups Iko Iko Chapel of Love Red Bird 1964; About Mardi Gras Indian flag boys who are sent out in front of the second line to for other marching Indian tribes. Sung by Barbara Hawkins, Rosa Hawkins, Joan Johnson. They "(Going to the Chapel and I'm Gonna Get Married") AKA Chapel of Love famous
Al Johnson Carnival Time Carnival Time / Good Lookin' Ron Records 1960
Preservation Hall Jazz Band Choko Mo Feel No Hey New Orleans Preservation Vol. 1 Preservation Hall Recordings 2009
Lonnie Johnson Raise the Window High The Complete Folkways Recordings Smithsonian Folkways
Pete Fountain Careless Love Mr. New Orleans Decca 1972; New Orleans clarinetist Pierre Dewey Fountain, Jr., AKA, Pete Fountain, was born on White Street, in New Orleans, between Dumaine and St. Ann, in a small Creole cottage-style frame house, to Pierre, Sr. and Madeline.
Tommy Ridgley Please Hurry Home Please Hurry Home / Do You Remember Ric Records 1960
Kid Ory, Darnell Howard, Cedric Haywood, Frank Hagerty Song of the Wanderer Song of the Wanderer Verve Records 1957
Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five King of the Zulus Lonesome Blues / The King Of The Zulus Okeh 1931
Preservation Hall Jazz Band Tiger Rag New Orleans Preservation Vol. 1 Preservation Hall Recordings 2009
Fats Domino Walking to New Orleans Walking to New Orleans Imperial 1960
Clarence Wiliams A Papa de Da Da Papa De-Da-Da (A New Orleans Stomp) / Loving Okeh 1930
Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five Gut Bucket Blues Louis Armstrong And His Hot Five No. 2 Philips 1958
Lonnie Johnson C.C. Rider The Complete Folkways Recordings Smithsonian Folkways "C.C. Rider", also known as "See See Rider", "See See Rider Blues" or "Easy Rider", is a popular American 12-bar blues song. Earliest recorded version was by Gertrude "Ma" Rainey in 1924.
Esquerita Rock N' Roll Is Here to Stay Esquerita! Capitol 1959; Esquerita, AKA S.Q. Reeder or The Magnificent Malochi, was not from New Orleans but spent a formative part of his career there and also heavily influenced the sound and visual style of the much more famous Chuck Berry
Betty Harris Bad Luck Lonely Hearts / Bad Luck Sansu Records 1967
Dr. John Cold Cold Cold In the Right Place Atco 1973
Kermit Ruffins Treme Mardi Gras Livin' A Treme Life Basin Street Records 2009; with Cyril Neville, Haley Reinhart, Kermit Ruffins, Glen David Andrews, Irvin Mayfield & Jason Marsalis.
Dr. John Right Place, Wrong Time In the Right Place Atco 1973
Betty Harris Mean Man Mean Man / What'd I Do Wrong Sansu Records 1968
Dirty Dozen Brass Band Do It Fluid My Feet Can't Fail Me Now Concord 1984; Formed in New Orleans in 1977 by Benny Jones and members of the Tornado Brass Band. The Dirty Dozen revolutionized the New Orleans brass band style by incorporating funk and bebop into the traditional New Orleans jazz style, and since has been a major influence on local music.
Eddie Bo Every Dog Got His Day Tell It Like It Is / Every Dog Got His Day Ric Records 1960
Fats Domino Ain't That a Shame Ain't That a Shame / La-La Imperial Records 1955; Written by Fats
Lonnie Johnson Long Road to Travel The Complete Folkways Recordings Smithsonian Folkways American blues and jazz singer, guitarist, violinist and songwriter. He was a pioneer of jazz guitar and jazz violin and is recognized as the first to play an electrically amplified violin. Johnson was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, and raised in a family of musicians. He studied violin, piano and guitar as a child and learned to play various other instruments, including the mandolin, but he concentrated on the guitar throughout his professional career. "There was music all around us," he recalled, "and in my family you'd better play something, even if you just banged on a tin can."
Clarence "Frogman" Henry A Little Too Much I Wish I Could Say The Same / A Little Too Much Argo 1961; Clarence Henry was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, United States, in 1937, moving to the Algiers neighborhood in 1948. He started learning piano as a child, with Fats Domino and Professor Longhair being his main influences. When Henry played in talent shows, he dressed like Longhair and wore a wig with braids on both sides.
Louis Prima featuring Keely Smith With Sam Butera and The Witnesses Basin Street Blues/Sleepytime Down South The Wildest! Capitol Records 1956
Clarence "Frogman" Henry It Won't Be Long It Won't Be Long / I Found A Home Argo 1957
Pete Kogus & The Counts Love Me Again Love Me Again Ric Records
The Meters Oh Calcutta Look-Ka Py Py Josie 1969; 2nd studio album. Instrumental funk from NOLA. Often sampled
Johnny Adams Let the Wind Blow Someone For Me / Let The Wind Blow Ric Records 1960; NOLA R&B, jazz, blues, and gospel singer who had the nickname "The Canary".
Fats Domino I'm Walkin' I'm Walkin' / I'm In The Mood For Love Imperial 1957
Kid Ory, Darnell Howard, Cedric Haywood, Frank Hagerty Toot Toot Tootsie Song of the Wanderer Verve 1957; Toot, Toot, Tootsie (Goo' Bye!) is a 1922 song with music and lyrics by Gus Kahn, Ernie Erdman and Danny Russo. It debuted on the Broadway musical Bombo, where it was a major hit. Kid Ory was a Louisiana French-speaking jazz trombonist and bandleader. He was one of the most influential trombonists of early jazz. Born in 1886.
Louis Prima Pennies From Heaven Buona Sera / Pennies From Heaven Capitol 1956
Louis Armstrong & Sy Oliver's Orchestra Sunny Side of the Street Satchmo Serenades Decca 1952; This standard was introduced in the Broadway musical Lew Leslie's International Revue starring Harry Richman and Gertrude Lawrence Sy Oliver was was an American jazz arranger, trumpeter, composer, singer and bandleader. He was known for known for his "growling" horn playing.
Louis Armstrong & His Hot Five Basin Street Blues The Louis Armstrong Story Columbia 1956
Lonnie Johnson Lazy Mood Lazy Mood
Pete Fountain Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans? Pete Fountain's New Orleans Coral Records 1959
The Neville Brothers A Change Is Gonna Come Yellow Moon A&M 1989; written by Sam Cooke
Redwine Trio Louisiana Fairy Tale Baby Won't You Please Come Home
Jelly Roll Morton New Orleans Was a Free and Easy Place Library of Congress Recordings
Sam Butera & The Witnesses with Louis Prima Sing, Sing, Sing (with a Swing) Sing, Sing, Sing
Preservation Hall Jazz Band Down By the Riverside The Early Years
Irma Thomas What's So Wrong With You Loving Me? In Between Tears Fungus 1973; She is known as the "Soul Queen of New Orleans"
Pete Fountain Bourbon Street Parade Pete Fountain