Friday, May 6, 2011

"Live From Jazz Fest" : THE WEEKEND MIX

I'd like to finish off the week with a 60 minute "Weekend Mix" featuring some of my favorite Jazz Fest moments. Hopefully, it will put you there, if only for a little while. These tracks were recorded between 2003-2009.

Enjoy, and once again, thank you for letting me get this out of my system.


All Right Now- Jon Cleary & The Absolute Monster Gentlemen
Bad Situation- Li'l Buck Sinegal
Spoonbread- David Egan w/ C.C. Adcock
You Haven't Done Nothin'- John Boutte
Sea Of Love- Phil Phillips (w/ C.C. Adcock & Dr. John)
Skinny Minnie- Snooks Eaglin w/ Jon Cleary & The AMG
I Found The Answer- Irma Thomas
Sprung Monkey- Midnite Disturbers
When The Levee Breaks- Galactic
Everyday I Have The Blues- Germaine Bazzle



jeff kisseloff said...

I assume you didn't see Lucia Micarelli playing out on the street. Damn. When is she going to do a New Orleans album already?

Sal Nunziato said...

Actually Jeff, right in front of Rouses Supermarket, on that very same corner where Lucia Micarelli was discovered playing in that early episode, there is a lookalike with a fiddle. And the tourists are lining up for the photo-op.

Troy said...

Anytime you want to 'get it out of your system' and we end up with the stories, pictures, and music you have shared, fine by me. Glad you had a good Fest.


Great mix Sal -- music I don't know very well.

Thanks and have a wonderful weekend.

J. Loslo said...

Well, there you go expanding my horizons again.


Eric said...

yes boss-man, zip is the zap!

Kevin said...

WOW!!!! Downloading as I write, but live Spoonbread and Phil Phillips with CC and Dr J is way awesome.
Sea of Love is one of my earliest musical memories and I love it dearly.

shadreck said...

Looks a good comp. Thanks

Leon said...

This one looks great... I'm wanting some of that SPOONBREAD now!!

The only cool thing about this weekend's Jazz Fest lineup (which I'm lamentably missing) is that Jimmy Buffet is headlining one night... seeing his name plastered up there as if that's a cool thing makes it easier to miss it this time 'round. Same thing when they had Bon Freakin' Jovi headlining.....

misospecial said...

oh boy! thanks, sal!

Anonymous said...

Sweet Jesus, did I have a great time at the 2nd weekend of Jazz Fest. Frenchmen Street is my new favorite place on earth. I followed up on some of your NOLA recs, Sal - thanks! - bill buckner