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VA - Louisiana: Live From Mountain Stage 1 & 2 (1996/1998)

17-12-2014, 05:45
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VA - Louisiana: Live From Mountain Stage 1 & 2 (1996/1998)

VA - Louisiana: Live From Mountain Stage 1 & 2 (1996/1998)

Artist: VA
Title Of Album: Louisiana: Live From Mountain Stage 1 & 2
Year Of Release: 1996/1998
Label: Blue Plate
Genre: Blues, Contemporary Blues, Louisiana Blues, Cajun & Zydeco
Quality: Mp3
Bitrate: 320 kbps
Total Time: 101:55 Min
Total Size: 250 Mb


CD 1:
1. Beausoleil - La Danse De La Vie
2. The Neville Brothers - Ayiti
3. C. J. Chenier - Louisiana Two-Step
4. The Radiators - Long Hard Journey Home
5. Dr. John - Such A Night
6. Jo-El Sonnier - Evangeline Special
7. Allen Toussaint - Mother-In-Law Lipstick Traces
8. Al Rapone - Chere Duloone
9. Steve Riley - La Toussaint
10. Queen Ida - Choupik Two-Step
11. Wayne Toups - Johnny Can't Dance
12. Buckwheat Zydeco - Jeleron
13. Terrance Simien - Don't Wanna Cry No More Terrance Simien

Mountain Stage is a two-hour music radio show, first aired in 1983, produced by WV Public Broadcasting and distributed worldwide by National Public Radio (NPR) and the Voice of America's satellite radio service. Hosted by Larry Groce, the program showcases diverse music, from the traditional to modern. It is recorded before a live audience, usually at the Culture Center Theater in Charleston, West Virginia, but occasionally travels to other venues elsewhere in the United States.

CD 2:
1. Marcia Ball - La-Ti-Da
2. Wayne Toups - Two Step Mamou
3. The Iguanas - Don't Treat Her Mean
4. Dirty Dozen - Caravan
5. Sonny Landreth - Shooting For The Moon
6. Queen Ida - Hey Labas
7. The Subdudes - Angel To Be
8. Jo-El Sonnier - So Long Baby
9. Beausoleil - Menage A Trois Reels
10. C. J. Chenier - Bow Legged Woman
11. Olympia Brass Band - Should I

One of radio's best music shows brings you the very best in Louisiana music on this collection from Blue Plate. Marcia Ball, queen of New Orleans good time blues, does a jumping "La-Ti-Da." There's Cajun music aplenty with the newer sounds of Jo-El Sonnier and Wayne Toups, as well as the traditional reels of Beausoleil. Queen Ida and C J Chenier give you a healthy dose of Zydeco and, naturally, there's a taste of Dixieland from the Dirty Dozen and the Olympia Brass Band. For those who like it on the cutting edge, the Subdudes and Sonny Landreth (killer slide guitar!) are also on hand. As they say in Louisiana, it's "always for pleasure" ... that ain't no lie! (Lars Gandil)

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