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Another fantastic album from Soul jazz records
on 10 November 2000
If you thought that New Orleans funk was just The Meters then you were wrong. True, the Neville brothers appear in a variety of guises throughout this album, but with Lee Dorsey, Professor Longhair and Dr John all chipping in there's never really a dull moment. Taking up where Booker T and the MGs left off but pre George Clinton and Parliament this puts the history of funk into perspective. A wonderful New Orleans gumbo of an album with fantastic liner notes. And Zig Modeliste is God!