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Donald Harrison - Indian Blues Album

Donald Harrison - Indian Blues Album

Performer: Donald Harrison
Title: Indian Blues
Released: 1992
Cat#: 69514
Country: US
Label: Candid
Size MP3 version: 2838 mb
Size FLAC version: 1667 mb
Size WMA version: 1380 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 549
Genre: Jazz / Soul & Funk

Donald Harrison - Indian Blues Album


Tracklist

1Big Chief3:07
2Uptown Ruler8:14
3Indian Red7:05
4Two-Way-Pockey-Way1:51
5Hu-Ta-Nay6:14
6Ja-Ki-Mo-Fi-Na-Hay5:10
7Walkin' Home2:21
8Shave 'Em Dry2:49
9Cherokee5:56
10Indian Blues4:41
11Hiko Hiko4:36
12Shallow Water2:59

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CCD79514Donald Harrison Indian Blues ‎(CD, Album)CandidCCD79514Germany1992
CACD 79514-2Donald Harrison Featuring Guardians Of The Flame, Mardi Gras Indians • Doctor John Donald Harrison Featuring Guardians Of The Flame, Mardi Gras Indians • Doctor John - Indian Blues ‎(CD, Album, RE)CandidCACD 79514-2Europe1992
CCD79514Donald Harrison Featuring Guardians Of The Flame, Mardi Gras Indians • Doctor John Donald Harrison Featuring Guardians Of The Flame, Mardi Gras Indians • Doctor John - Indian Blues ‎(CD, Album, RE)CandidCCD79514USA & Europe1992
CCD 79814Donald Harrison Jr. With Dr. John Donald Harrison Jr. With Dr. John - Indian Blues ‎(CD, Album, RE)CandidCCD 79814USA, Canada & UKUnknown

Credits

  • Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Tambourine, Backing VocalsDonald Harrison Jr.
  • Bass, Backing VocalsPhil Bowler
  • Congas, Tambourine, Percussion [Coca Cola Bottle], Backing VocalsHoward 'Smiley' Ricks
  • Drums, Bass Drum, Backing VocalsCarl Allen
  • Executive-ProducerAlan Bates
  • Lead VocalsDonald Harrison Sr. (tracks: 1, 3, 6), Dr. John (tracks: 1, 4, 10, 12)
  • Photography By [Back]Mitchell Seidel
  • Photography By [Front]Bernardo
  • PianoDr. John (tracks: 1, 11, 12)
  • Piano, Backing VocalsCyrus Chestnut
  • ProducerMark Morganelli
  • Recorded ByMalcolm Addey
  • Tambourine, Backing VocalsBruce Cox

Barcodes

  • Barcode: 0 31397 9514 4 6

Album

Alto saxophonist Donald Harrison explores another area of his New Orleans heritage, the music of the Mardi Gras Indians. His solos are more bluesy and R&B-flavored, while the supporting cast includes Dr. John on piano, along with Cyrus Chestnut, drummer Carl Allen, bassist Phil Bowler, percussionists Bruce Cox and Howard Smiley Ricks, and Harrison's father on vocals. New Orleans Gumbo. Donald Harrison Jr. Kind Of New. Indian Blues. John, Donald Harrison Jr. For Art's Sake. Listen free to Donald Harrison Jr. Indian Blues Hu-Ta-Nay, Indian Blues and more. 12 tracks 56:40. Born in New Orleans, 1960, Donald grew up in a home environment saturated with the city's traditional music of brass bands, parades, modern jazz, r&b, jigsaw puzzles for free Home. Indian Blues, 1992. Hu-Ta-Nay, 06:18. Indian Blues, 04:43. Shallow Water, 03:03. Ja-Ki-Mo-Fi-Na-Hay, 05:13. Indian Red, 07:08. Two-Way-Pocky-Way, 01:54. Cherokee, 05:58. Indian Blues is a post bop music album recording by DONALD HARRISON released in 1992 on CD, LPVinyl andor cassette. DONALD HARRISON - Indian Blues. Jazz music community with review and forums. 0 rating 0 review. Album 1992. Filed under Post Bop By DONALD HARRISON. Hu-Ta-Nay 02. Indian Blues 03. Shallow Water 04. Ja-Ki-Mo-Fi-Na-Hay 05. Indian Red 06. Donald Harrison. Released: Feb 1999. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом 1992 CrO2 Cassette от Indian Blues на Harrison Jr. distills one of the world's greatest musical experiences: The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival. Veteran Festgoers know about those special moments when you're wandering from one stage to another and Indian Blues wraps it all up in one package and tosses it at you, like some shiny doubloon from a Mardi Gras Float. Indian Blues defies a formal categorization. It is modern jazz, along with the New Orleans style piano of Dr. John, along with traditional songs of the Indians. Did I hear someone say gumbo Yah, you right. This album is very much the inspiration for HBO's Treme storyline about an Indian chief father and jazz trumpet musician son

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