29

Apr

2010

Various Artists

Down on the Bayou II - Live Jam from New Orleans, New Orleans, LA

04/29/10 Down on the Bayou II - Live Jam from New Orleans, New Orleans, LA

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Set One

Stagger Lee 333

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I Gotta Woman 298

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Stealin' 282

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Right Place Wrong Time 323

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Hey Pocky Way 292

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Big Chief 428

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Hey Now Baby 341

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I Walk On Guilded Splinters 639

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Turn On Your Lovelight 932

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Tipitina 410

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Lawdy Miss Clawdy 218

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32-20 Blues 550

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Shaky Ground 538

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25 Miles 354

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Get Out of My Life Woman 326

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Love Slip Up On Ya 1019

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Show Notes
  • Down on the Bayou II- Live Jam from New Orleans
  • More than 60 musicians collaborate to create live jam album for charity

  • Track list with artist notes:

    1. Stagger Lee    - Mardi Gras Band
    2. I Got a Woman  - Mardi Gras Band  featuring Johnny Few
    3. Stealin' -  John “Papa” Gros, Russell Batiste, George Porter, Jr. and Alfred "Uganda" Roberts
    4. Right Place Wrong Time - John “Papa” Gros, Max Abrams, Russell Batiste, Bill Elder and George Porter, Jr.
    5. Hey Pocky Way- Billy Iuso, Bo Dolliis Jr., Bo Dollis, Sr. and George Porter, Jr.
    6. Big Chief - Big Chief Bo Dollis, Sr., Russell Batiste, Bo Dollis, Jr., Billy Iuso, Thomas C. McDonald, Ivan Neville, Alfred "Uganda" Roberts and Baba Akinwali Yuhdidiyuh
    7. Hey Now Baby - Big Chief Bo Dollis, Sr., Bo Dollis, Jr., Max Abrams, Billy Iuso, Thomas C. McDonald and Ivan Neville
    8. Walk On Guilded Splinters - Widespread Panic with Guests Max Abrams and Baba Akinwali Yuhdidiyuh
    9. Turn on Your Lovelight - 7 Walkers (Papa Mali, Matt Hubbard, Bill Kreutzmann, Reed Mathis and Anders Osborne)
    10. Tipitina - Jon Cleary with Russell Batiste, Kevin Mabin and James P. Walsh
    11. Lawdy Miss Clawdy - Jon Cleary with Russell Batiste, Alfred "Uganda" Roberts and James P. Walsh
    12. 32-20 Blues - Gov’t Mule with Alfred "Uganda" Roberts
    13.Shaky Ground - Mardi Gras Band with Shamarr Allen, Craig Klein and Mark Mullins 
    14. 25 Miles - Mardi Gras Band with Christine Ohlman and Shamarr Allen, Russell Batiste, Craig Klein, and Mark Mullins
    15. Get Outta My Life Woman - Mardi Gras Band  with Christine Ohlman and Alfred "Uganda" Roberts
    16. Love Slips Upon Ya - Mardi Gras Band    with guests Russell Batiste, Luther Dickinson and Carmalita Glospie 

    New Orleans-October 29 2010- The live recordings from Down on the Bayou II, a benefit concert for the New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic (NOMC) and Assistance Foundation (NOMAF), are now available for download at www.nugs.net. The recordings captures the collaboration of more than 60 musicians coming together as never before playing renditions of classic songs such as “Lawdy Miss Clawdy”, Robert Johnson’s “32-20 Blues”, Dr. John’s “Right Place Wrong Time”, “Turn On Your Love Light” and Ray Charles’ “I Got a Woman”. All proceeds from sales of the album benefit the New Orleans Musicians Assistance Foundation to support its vital Musicians’ Clinic (est. 1998). 

    The concert, which took place April 29, 2010 at the Howlin’ Wolf in New Orleans, Louisiana is the second annual benefit concert spearheaded by Widespread Panic keyboardist JoJo Hermann. “Down on the Bayou is an annual concert during Jazzfest that brings top musicians together to pay tribute to New Orleans and the contributions this city and its musicians have made to the music we make and love today. The New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic is a model for artist healthcare and we’re proud to support it,” explained JoJo.

    The recordings of the performances that night found their way into the hands of multiple Grammy award-winning producer John Porter. Those musicians who donated their performances to benefit the Musicians’ Clinic include: Big Chief Bo Dollis, George Porter Jr., Widespread Panic, Bill Kreutzmann, Ivan Neville, members of The Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Gov’t Mule, Big Sam, Luther Dickinson, Anders Osborne, Christine Ohlman and Jon Cleary, among others. 100% of the proceeds from Down on the Bayou Live will go to sustain America’s only comprehensive medical home for musicians.

     “The staff, volunteers, board of directors and the 2000 + patients of the New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic are deeply grateful to the amazing  Howlin’ Wolf staff and the musicians who donated their inspiration to make Down on the Bayou a magical night of music and funk!” states NOMC & AF Director, Bethany Ewald Bultman.  “This album truly embodies the mission of the clinic to keep New Orleans music ALIVE.” (www.savetheclinic.org).

    The album will premiere on www.nugs.net on the afternoon of October 29th.

    New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic/Musicians Assistance Foundation
    The mission of the New Orleans Musicians Assistance Foundation is to keep music alive by sustaining New Orleans musicians and tradition bearers in body, mind and spirit. We do this through providing access to health and social services through the New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic, regardless of musicians’ ability to pay, and by fostering cultural opportunities that advocate for and support this effort. To learn more, visit www.neworleansmusiciansclinic.org.

Photos by Kevin Harris, Michael Lacy, and Jeffrey Dupuis
 

Reviews for this item

DI 11/18/2010 12:10:37 PM

"1. Stagger Lee: Mardi Gras Band 2. I Got a Woman: Mardi Gras Band featuring Johnny Few 3. Stealin; John “Papa” Gros, Russell Batiste, George Porter, Jr. and Alfred "Uganda" Roberts 4. Right Place Wrong Time John “Papa” Gros, Max Abrams, Russell Batiste, Bill Elder and George Porter, Jr. 5. Hey Pocky Way Billy Iuso, Bo Dolliis Jr., Bo Dollis, Sr. and George Porter, Jr. 6. Big Chief Big Chief Bo Dollis, Sr., Russell Batiste, Bo Dollis, Jr., Billy Iuso, Thomas C. McDonald, Ivan Neville, Alfred "Uganda" Roberts and Baba Akinwali Yuhdidiyuh 7. Hey Now Baby Big Chief Bo Dollis, Sr., Bo Dollis, Jr., Max Abrams, Billy Iuso, Thomas C. McDonald and Ivan Neville 8. Walk On Guilded Splinters Widespread Panic with Guests Max Abrams and Baba Akinwali Yuhdidiyuh 9. Turn on Your Lovelight Papa Mali, Matt Hubbard, Bill Kreutzmann, Reed Mathis and Anders Osborne 10. Tipitina Jon Cleary with Russell Batiste, Kevin Mabin and James P. Walsh 11. Lawdy Miss Clawdy Jon Cleary with Russell Batiste, Alfred "Uganda" Roberts and James P. Walsh 12. 32-20 Blues Gov’t Mule with Alfred "Uganda" Roberts 13. Shaky ground Mardi Gras Band with Shamarr Allen, Craig Klein and Mark Mullins 14. 25 Miles Mardi Gras Band with Christine Ohlman and Shamarr Allen, Russell Batiste, Craig Klein, and Mark Mullins 15. Get Outta My Life Woman Mardi Gras Band with Christine Ohlman and Alfred "Uganda" Roberts 16. Love Slips Upon Ya Mardi Gras Band with guests Russell Batiste, Luther Dickinson and Carmalita Glospie "

Stout 11/4/2010 2:52:49 PM

"Here's the info... Disc 1 Set I: (JoJo's Mardi Gras Band + Alfred "Uganda" Roberts) 01. Stag-o-lee 02. I've Got A Woman Set II: (Jojo Herman, John "Papa" Gros, George Porter, Jr., Russell Batiste, Jr., Jimmy Carpenter, Billy Iuso) 03. Stealin' 04. Right Place Wrong Time 05. Hey Pocky Way ** 6. Big Chief ** 7. Hey Now Baby*** ** W/ Big Chief Bo Dollis & Bo Dollis, Jr. on Vocals, Thomas McDowell on bass *** W/ Big Chief Bo Dollis & Bo Dollis, Jr on Vocals, Thomas McDowell on bass, Ivan Neville on B3 Set III: (Widespread Panic) 8. I Walk On Guilded Splinters **** **** W/ Jimmy Carpenter on Sax Disc 2 Set IV: (7 Walkers - Papa Mali, Bill Kreutzmann, Reed Mathis, Matt Hubbard + Anders Osborne) 1. Jam > Turn On Your Lovelight Set V: (Jon Cleary, Dr. Jimbo Walsh, Russel Batiste, Jr.) 2. Tipitina 3. Lawdy Miss Clawdy Set VI: (Gov't Mule + Russel Batiste, Jr.) 4. 32/20 Blues Set VII: (Jojo's Mardi Gras Band + Alfred "Uganda" Roberts) 5. Standing On Shaky Ground # 6. 25 Miles ### 7. Get Out My Life Woman # W/ Bonerama on horns ### W/ Bonerama on horns, Christine Olhman on vocals Set VIII: (Jojo's Mardi Gras Band + Luther Dickinson) 8. love slip up on ya "

John H 11/4/2010 2:08:32 PM

"Here is the info I have from my audience source. Set I: (JoJo's Mardi Gras Band + Alfred "Uganda" Roberts) 01. Stag-o-lee 02. Bald Head 03. I've Got A Woman 04. Something On Your Mind * 05. She Walks Right In/Shake, Rattle & Roll * * W/ Jimmy Carpenter on Sax, Christine Ohlman on Vocals Set II: (Jojo Herman, John "Papa" Gros, George Porter, Jr., Russell Batiste, Jr., Jimmy Carpenter, Billy Iuso) 06. Intro 07. Stealin' 08. Right Place Wrong Time 09. Hey Pocky Way ** 10. Big Chief ** 11. Cabbage Alley *** ** W/ Big Chief Bo Dollis & Bo Dollis, Jr. on Vocals, Thomas McDowell on bass *** W/ Big Chief Bo Dollis & Bo Dollis, Jr on Vocals, Thomas McDowell on bass, Ivan Neville on B3 Set III: (Widespread Panic) 12. Intro 13. Familiar Reality **** > 14. I Walk On Guilded Splinters **** **** W/ Jimmy Carpenter on Sax Set IV: (7 Walkers - Papa Mali, Bill Kreutzmann, Reed Mathis, Matt Hubbard + Anders Osborne) 15. Intro 16. Jam > Turn On Your Lovelight Set V: (Jon Cleary, Dr. Jimbo Walsh, Russel Batiste, Jr.) 17. Intro 18. Tipitina 19. Lawdy Miss Clawdy Set VI: (Gov't Mule + Russel Batiste, Jr.) 20. Intro/Tuning 21. 32/20 Blues 22. Breakin' Up Somebody's Home ***** ***** W/ Jojo Herman on Piano Set VII: (Jojo's Mardi Gras Band + Alfred "Uganda" Roberts) 23. Red Beans # 24. Jambalaya (On the Bayou) ## 25. Standing On Shaky Ground # 26. 25 Miles ### 27. Let The Good Times Roll ### 28. Ooh Poo Pah Doo ### 29. Get Out My Life Woman 30. Go To The Mardi Gras # W/ Bonerama on horns ## W/ Bonerama on horns, Sherman Ewing on guitar/vocals ### W/ Bonerama on horns, Christine Olhman on vocals Set VIII: (Jojo's Mardi Gras Band + Luther Dickinson) "

nojoble 11/4/2010 12:45:18 PM

"I would give this more consideration if i knew who played on each song. it it is a one big super-jam it may not be that good. That is my opinion of super jams at least. "

MI_Dawg 10/31/2010 12:00:33 PM

"Great music! Glad to support the cause. But please post some details on the origins of the songs and all the associated performers!"