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Track Listings

Disc: 1

  1. She Put The Hurt On Me (Prince La La) - Prince La La
  2. I'm Leaving You Today (Al Robinson) - Al Robinson
  3. We Are Just Friends (Earl King) - Earl King
  4. Fair Play (Diamond Joe) - Diamond Joe
  5. Genevieve (Huey 'Piano' Smith) - Huey 'Piano' Smith
  6. One Man's Woman (Martha Carter) - Martha Carter
  7. Ruler Of My Heart (Irma Thomas) - Irma Thomas
  8. Country Fool (The Showmen) - The Showmen
  9. A Losing Battle (Johnny Adams) - Johnny Adams
  10. I'm Waiting At The Station (Aaron Neville) - Aaron Neville
  11. Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye (Danny White) - Danny White
  12. Pain In My Heart (Al Robinson) - Al Robinson
  13. Every Dog Got Its Day (Eddie Bo) - Eddie Bo
  14. Trick Bag (Earl King) - Earl King
  15. Love You The Best (Ernie K Doe) - Ernie K Doe
  16. Willie Knows How (Willie West) - Willie West
  17. The World Keeps Changing (Berna Dean) - Berna Dean
  18. Sweet Jelly Roll (Jessie Hill) - Jessie Hill
  19. All For One (Willie Tee) - Willie Tee
  20. Set Me Free (Irma Thomas) - Irma Thomas
  21. I Just Can't Take It No More (Cookie Gabriel) - Cookie Gabriel
  22. Do You Love Me (Little Willie John) - Little Willie John
  23. Booty Green (Bobby Marchan) - Bobby Marchan
  24. She's So Fine (Big Boy Myles) - Big Boy Myles
  25. There s A Will There s A Way (Ernie K-Doe) - Ernie K Doe
  26. Please Don't Leave Me (Lee Diamond) - Lee Diamond
  27. I Waited Too Long (Eskew Reeder) - Eskew Reeder
  28. Lonely Evening (Lee Dorsey) - Lee Dorsey
  29. Picture Of You (Chuck Carbo) - Chuck Carbo
  30. Is It Too Late (The Tick Tocks) - The Tick Tocks
  31. Something You Got (Chris Kenner) - Chris Kenner

Disc: 2

  1. Down in New Orleans (Vibrations) - The Vibrations
  2. Com'n Home (The Showmen) - The Showmen
  3. Boys Will Be Boys (Joe Tex) - Joe Tex
  4. I Won't Cry (Johnny Adams) - Johnny Adams
  5. Ain't It The Truth Now (Eddie Bo) - Eddie Bo
  6. Wake Up (Al Robinson) - Al Robinson
  7. Beating Like A Tom Tom (Ernie K Doe) - Ernie K Doe
  8. My Head Is Spinning (Ford Eaglin) - Ford Eaglin
  9. Times Are Getting Harder (The Five Knights) - The Five Knights
  10. Graveyard (The Blenders) - The Blenders
  11. My Baby's Got Soul (Larry Williams) - Larry Williams
  12. Whip It On Me (Jessie Hill) - Jessie Hill
  13. Out On A Limb (Chuck Carbo) - Chuck Carbo
  14. I Want To Go Home (Charles Brown) - Charles Brown
  15. Keep On Trying (Guitar Ray) - Guitar Ray
  16. Money (Tami Lynn) - Tami Lynn
  17. T'Ain't It The Truth (Ernie K-Doe) - Ernie K Doe
  18. Come Back To Me (Prince La La) - Prince La La
  19. Don't Mess With My Man (Irma Thomas) - Irma Thomas
  20. I Wanna Know (Al Robinson) - Al Robinson
  21. It's No Use To Try (Willie West) - Willie West
  22. So Fine, So Sweet (Little Buck) - Little Buck
  23. Who Are You (Johnny Adams) - Johnny Adams
  24. Then I'll Believe (Martha Carter) - Martha Carter
  25. I Want Somebody (Tommy Taylor) - Tommy Taylor
  26. The Sooner You Realize (Eldridge Holmes) - Eldridge Holmes
  27. Moanin' and Screamin' Pt 1 (Diamond Joe) - Diamond Joe
  28. I Need Money (Lee Diamond) - Lee Diamond
  29. Cry On (Irma Thomas) - Irma Thomas
  30. No Love Sweeter Than Mine (Cookie Gabriel) - Cookie Gabriel
  31. Stubborn Old Me (Al Adams) - Al Adams

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New Orleans.... home of jazz, birthplace of the funk and, some would say, of rock'n'roll. No great controversy there, but The Big Easy's role in the history of soul music has been less well documented. Part of the 'History of Soul' series, this compilation of tracks illustrates the depth and breadth of music produced in the city between 1958 and 1962. Music that went way beyond R&B, taking into soul the joyous rhythms of funky second line parade bands, the gospel-based piano triplets of barrelhouse wizards and the tight horn sections of Allen Toussaint and Dave Bartholomew, whose arrangements from would later inform the classic Stax sound. The familiar names are all here: Irma Thomas, Aaron Neville, Eddie Bo, Bobby Marchan but so are the lesser known but fabulous Ray Washington, Berna Dean, Martha Carter and Chuck Carbo. So prepare to be blown away by some of the most exciting, deep and affecting sounds that ever came from Louisiana and made their way into soul as we know it.

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HASH(0x8d29ad8c) out of 5 stars Best NOLA music! 6 Nov. 2013
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This is an amazing value for the price - SO MANY good songs from some of the best classic New Orleans music artists. I stumbled across this gem looking for Ernie K-Doe and discovered so many amazing hits via this compilation!
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