John – Early Prescriptions. Label: Snapper Music – SMDCD365. Format: 2 CD, Compilation. Country: UK & Europe. Della (Part 1). Notes. compilation early years, incl. tracks from 'Zu Zu Man'-compilation (1965).
Malcolm John Rebennack (born November 20, 1941), better known by his stage name Dr. John, is an American singer and songwriter. His music combines blues, pop, jazz, boogie woogie and rock and roll. Active as a session musician since the late 1950s, he gained a following in the late 1960s after the release of his album Gris-Gris and his appearance at the Bath Festival of Blues and Progressive Music.
John's early work as a producer, sessionman, and songwriter for Ace Records is legendary, not only among fans of Mac Rebennack but among devotees of New Orleans R&B. Unfortunately, there was no easy way to hear this material until Music Club's 1999 release, Medical School: The Early Sessions of Mac "Dr. John" Rebennack. Clocking in at 18 tracks, the disc isn't complete, but it is definitive - all the best-known cuts are here, along with a generous selection of little-known gems. To anyone but scholars and aficionados, most of the names on the compilation will.
Introducing, Dr. Fresch's mix series - The Prescription. Los Angeles, CA. 59 Tracks. Stream Tracks and Playlists from The Prescription on your desktop or mobile device. The PrescriptionPro Unlimited. Los Angeles, CA, United States.
ALBUM, TITLE: The Gold Collection. Release year, date: 2017. Look for more music Dr. John. Music styles and genres.
Early on, Dr. John was attracted to voodoo and gave himself the pseudonym The Night Tripper. His 2012 album Locked Down was produced by Dan Auerbach of the Black Keys and featured dark dub elements as well as ju-ju guitar licks. There’s a bit of revolution and a call for an empire of Izzness and the certainty that God’s sure good. Dr. John is both carnal and more. Preservation Hall Jazz Band.
Early life and career. 1968–71: Dr. John, the Night Tripper. 1972's Dr. John's Gumbo, an album covering several New Orleans R&B standards with only one original, is considered a cornerstone of New Orleans music. In his 1994 autobiography, Under a Hoodoo Moon, Dr. John writes, "In 1972, I recorded Gumbo, an album that was both a tribute to and my interpretation of the music I had grown up with in New Orleans in the late 1940s and 1950s. I tried to keep a lot of little changes that were characteristic of New Orleans, while working my own funknology on piano and guitar.
|1.1||You're Just Too Square (You Ain't Nowhere)|
|1.3||Cat And Mouse Game|
|1.5||Go Ahead On|
|1.6||Loser For You|
|1.7||One Night Late|
|1.8||I Pulled The Cover Offa You Two Lovers|
|1.10||The Ear Is On Strike|
|1.11||Just Like A Mirror|
|1.12||Della (Part 1)|
|2.1||Crawfish Soiree (Bring Your Own)|
|2.3||In The Night|
|2.4||Woman Is The Root Of All Evil|
|2.5||The Time Had Come|
|2.7||Zu Zu Man|
|2.9||Mean Cheatin' Woman|
|2.10||Make Your Own Bed Well|
|2.11||A Little Closer To My Home|
|2.12||Della (Part 1)|