|Title:||Storm Warning (The Early Sessions Of Mac "Dr. John" Rebennack)|
|Style:||Rhythm & Blues|
|Category:||Rock / Blues / Pop|
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Somebody Tryin' To Hoodoo Me. 3. –Ronnie & Delinquents. Chickie Wah Wah. 10. –The Ends. It Ain't No Use. 11. –Mac Rebennack. The Honeydripper Part 2. 12.
1. Storm Warning - Mac Rebennack. The Honeydripper Part 2 - Mac Rebennack.
All the great songs and lyrics from the "Storm Warning: The Early Sessions of Ma.
John, New Orleans Music Icon, Dies at 77. By Chris Morris. Music Reporter o100 FOLLOW. Chris's Most Recent Stories. Rebennack had already tallied more than a decade of experience as a session musician in his hometown and Los Angeles when he rose to solo fame in the late ‘60s after concocting his voodoo-influenced, patois-laced persona of the Night Tripper. In their history of postwar New Orleans music Up From the Cradle of Jazz, Jason Berry, Jonathan Foose and Tad Jones wrote richly of the artist they called a true original. Dr. John Remembers Fats Domino: 'Goodness Came Through in His Music'.
I Walk on Guilded Splinters (1968). Writing for Rolling Stone in 1999, Tom Moon declared I Walk on Guilded Splinters, the closing track from Dr. John’s 1968 album Gris Gris everything you want in voodoo music. John won his first Grammy for this duet off his sweet and swanky collection of jazz and pop standards: the Night Tripper and the Duchess of Coolsville, growling and cooing in blissful contrapunto over a tinkling piano. They were well-matched, two hipster denizens of . s sordid streets who had found friendship and common creative ground there back in the Seventies.
John (born Malcolm John Rebennack on 20 November 1941; died 6 June 2019) was an American singer-songwriter, pianist and guitarist whose music combined blues, boogie woogie and rock and roll. The winner of six Grammy awards, Rebennack was inducted to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame by singer John Legend on Monday, March 14, 2011. He was variously known as Mac Rebennack, Dr. John Creaux, Dr. John, the Night Tripper. John began making his own idiosyncratic music in the 1960s. Along with Professor Longhair, Dr. John is heir to the rich New Orleans tradition.
3. Memories of Professor Longhair. 4. The Nearness of You. 5. Delicado. 7. Dance a La Negres. 8. Wade in the Water. Other productions from Dr. John.
This is the story of Dr. John’s Gris-Gris. Since the mid 1950s Mac Rebennack built a steady career of live and studio music gigs in New Orleans. The city was ripe with night clubs and other joints where a wide variety of music styles old and new where intermixed. An interesting example of his guitar playing is on Storm Warning, recorded in 1959 and anticipating in its style many garage bands of the early 1960s. A gun shot accident during a brawl in a Florida motel in 1960 ended with his left index finger hanging on a thread: Ronnie Baron was singing with my band.
|1||–Mac Rebennack||Storm Warning|
|2||–Mac Rebennack||Somebody Tryin' To Hoodoo Me|
|3||–Ronnie & Delinquents||Bad Neighborhood|
|4||–Mac Rebennack||Good Times|
|5||–Big Boy Myles||New Orleans|
|6||–Al Reed||Roll Over Rover|
|8||–Morgus & The 3 Ghouls*||Morgus The Magnificent|
|9||–Mac Rebennack||Chickie Wah Wah|
|10||–The Ends||It Ain't No Use|
|11||–Mac Rebennack||The Honeydripper Part 2|
|13||–Al Reed||Two Time Loser|
|14||–Mac Rebennack||Which Way|
|16||–Frankie & Mac||Lonely Boy|
|17||–James (Sugarboy) Crawford*||Have A Little Mercy|
|18||–Roland Stone||Down The Road|
|19||–Mac Rebennack||South Of The Border Town|
|20||–The Ends||Row, Row Your Boat|
|21||–Mac Rebennack||I Got Lonseome-itis|
|22||–Mac Rebennack||Go Ahead On|
|23||–Mac Rebennack||Don't Want You To Monkey In My Business|
|24||–Ronnie & Delinquents||Keeps Dragging Me On|
|25||–Mac Rebennack||Foolish Little Girl|