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VA - The Alligator Records Playlist: Voodoo & Superstition (2013)

8-08-2014, 03:38
Music | Blues | Rock

VA - The Alligator Records Playlist: Voodoo & Superstition (2013)

Artist: VA
Title Of Album: The Alligator Records Playlist: Voodoo & Superstition
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Alligator Records
Genre: Blues, Chicago Blues, Louisiana Blues
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 95:44 Min
Total Size: 233 Mb


1. Lonnie Brooks - Brand New Mojo Hand
2. Koko Taylor - Born Under A Bad Sign
3. Kenny Neal - Hoodoo Moon
4. C. J. Chenier - Zydeghost
5. Shemekia Copeland - Honey Do That Voo-Doo
6. Coco Montoya - Casting My Spell
7. Cephas & Wiggins - Stack And The Devil
8. Lonnie Brooks - I Ain't Superstitious
9. Kinsey Report - Lucky Charm
10. Roomful Of Blues - She Put A Spell On Me
11. Charlie Musselwhite - Hoodoo Queen
12. Lonnie Brooks - Two Headed Man
13. The Holmes Brothers - Bad Moon Rising
14. Lonnie Brooks - Family Curse
15. Corey Harris - Voodoo Man
16. Lonnie Brooks - Voodoo Daddy
17. Long John Hunter - Dream About The Devil
18. Tinsley Ellis - Double Eyed Whammy
19. Michael Burks - Voodoo Spell
20. Magic Slim - Spider In My Stew
21. Lonnie Brooks - Hoodoo She Do
22. Lee Rocker - Black Cat Bone
23. Clarence Gatemouth Brown - I Got My Mojo Working
24. Charlie Musselwhite - Sorcerer's Dream
25. Koko Taylor - Voodoo Woman

The following passage was penned by a non-Christian who studied deeply into the roots of the music his ancestors brought to the Western world.

"Spurred by the holy drums [in Central Africa], deep in the meditation of the dance, one is literally entered by a god [demon] . . and it can happen to anyone. In Abomey, Africa, these deities that speak through humans are called vodun. The word means 'mysteries.' From their vodun (also called voden) comes our Voodoo, and it is to Voodoo that we must look for the roots of our music . . Voodoo is not so much Africa in the new World as it is Africa meeting the New World, absorbing it and being absorbed by it . .

"Elvis Presley was the first product of African music in America which the official culture could not ignore . . When whites started playing rock 'n' roll, the whole aesthetic of Western performance changed . . Spurred by a god within him, the devotee . . throws himself into a series of improvisations [bodily movements] . .

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