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Harold Battiste
HAROLD BATTISTE appearing in 18 shows and/or playlists

HAROLD BATTISTE

EPISODES OF AMERICAN ROUTES WITH HAROLD BATTISTE

FROM THE SHOW: IN THE STUDIO

From the show "In The Studio" originally aired on October 7th, 2009

FROM THE SHOW: IN THE STUDIO

From the show "In the Studio" originally aired on May 30th, 2001

IN THE STUDIO

American Routes takes a peek at the producers, sidemen and record company moguls who can make or break a record. New Orleans saxophonist Harold Battiste talks about playing with Ornette Coleman, acting as music director for Sonny & Cher, and founding his own jazz and blues label. Plus the inside story on Muddy Waters' much maligned, but imaginative, 1968 album Electric Mud, by producer Marshall Chess and musicians Pete Cosey and Louis Satterfield.

NEW ORLEANS MUSIC: R&B, ROOTS ROCK AND SOUL, GOSPEL AND FUNK

Jazz may have been born here, but by the 1950s the music of choice in New Orleans was rhythm & blues. Local talent topped the charts with songs like "Lawdy Miss Clawdy", "The Fat Man" and "Working in the Coalmine". We'll talk to many key figures in New Orleans R&B, from hitmakers like Lloyd Price, Dr. John, and Aaron Neville and producers Allen Toussaint and Harold Battiste, to bandleader Dave Bartholomew and musicians like drummer Earl Palmer. Plus music recorded in New Orleans' legendary J&M Studios by Little Richard, Fats Domino and Professor Longhair, and funk, jazz, pop and soul along the way.

NEW ORLEANS MUSIC: R&B, ROOTS ROCK AND SOUL, GOSPEL AND FUNK

Jazz may have been born here, but by the 1950s the music of choice in New Orleans was rhythm & blues and local talent topped the charts with songs like "Lawdy Miss Clawdy", "The Fat Man" and "Working in the Coalmine". We'll talk to many key figures in New Orleans R&B, from hitmakers like Lloyd Price, Dr. John, and Aaron Neville and producers Allen Toussaint and Harold Battiste, to bandleader Dave Bartholomew and musicians like drummer Earl Palmer. Plus music recorded in New Orleans' legendary J&M Studios by Little Richard, Fats Domino and Professor Longhair, and funk, jazz, pop and soul along the way.

IN THE STUDIO

American Routes takes a peek at the producers, sidemen and record company moguls who can make or break a record. New Orleans saxophonist Harold Battiste on playing with Ornette Coleman, acting as music director for Sonny & Cher, and founding his own jazz and blues label. Plus the inside story on Muddy Waters' much maligned, but imaginative, 1968 album Electric Mud, by producer Marshall Chess and musicians Pete Cosey and Louis Satterfield.

NEW ORLEANS MUSIC: R&B, ROOTS ROCK AND SOUL, GOSPEL AND FUNK

Jazz may have been born here, but by the 1950s the music of choice in New Orleans was rhythm & blues, and local talent topped the charts with songs like "Lawdy Miss Clawdy", "The Fat Man", and "Working in the Coalmine". We'll talk to many key figures in New Orleans R&B, from hitmakers like Lloyd Price, Dr. John, and Aaron Neville and producers Allen Toussaint and Harold Battiste, to bandleader Dave Bartholomew and musicians like drummer Earl Palmer. Plus music recorded in New Orleans' legendary J&M Studios by Little Richard, Fats Domino and Professor Longhair, and funk, jazz, pop and soul along the way.

IN THE STUDIO

American Routes takes a peek at the producers, sidemen and record company moguls who can make or break a record. New Orleans saxophonist Harold Battiste on playing with Ornette Coleman, acting as music director for Sonny & Cher, and founding his own jazz and blues label. Plus the inside story on Muddy Waters' much maligned, but imaginative, 1968 album Electric Mud, by producer Marshall Chess and musicians Pete Cosey and Louis Satterfield.

IN THE STUDIO

American Routes takes a peek at the producers, sidemen and record company moguls who can make or break a record. New Orleans saxophonist Harold Battiste on playing with Ornette Coleman, acting as music director for Sonny & Cher, and founding his own jazz and blues label. Plus the inside story on Muddy Waters' much maligned, but imaginative, 1968 album Electric Mud.

FROM THE SHOW: ALLEN TOUSSAINT

From the show "Allen Toussaint" originally aired on November 4th, 1998

FROM THE SHOW: NEW ORLEANS MUSIC: R&B, ROOTS ROCK AND SOUL, GOSPEL AND FUNK

From the show "New Orleans Music: R&B, Roots Rock and Soul, Gospel and Funk" originally aired on December 3rd, 2003

FROM THE SHOW: NEW ORLEANS MUSIC: R&B, ROOTS ROCK AND SOUL, GOSPEL AND FUNK

From the show "New Orleans Music: R&B, Roots Rock and Soul, Gospel and Funk" originally aired on December 3rd, 2003

FROM THE SHOW: NEW ORLEANS MUSIC: R&B, ROOTS ROCK AND SOUL, GOSPEL AND FUNK

From the show "New Orleans Music: R&B, Roots Rock and Soul, Gospel and Funk" originally aired on November 3rd, 2004

FROM THE SHOW: NEW ORLEANS MUSIC: R&B, ROOTS ROCK AND SOUL, GOSPEL AND FUNK

From the show "New Orleans Music: R&B, Roots Rock and Soul, Gospel and Funk" originally aired on November 3rd, 2004

FROM THE SHOW: DR JOHN / PRESERVATION HALL JAZZ BAND

From the show "Dr John / Preservation Hall Jazz Band" originally aired on September 28th, 2005

FROM THE SHOW: DR JOHN / PRESERVATION HALL JAZZ BAND

From the show "Dr John / Preservation Hall Jazz Band" originally aired on March 16th, 2005

FROM THE SHOW: NEW ORLEANS MUSIC: R&B, ROOTS ROCK AND SOUL, GOSPEL AND FUNK

From the show "New Orleans Music: R&B, Roots Rock and Soul, Gospel and Funk" originally aired on November 28th, 2007

FROM THE SHOW: NEW ORLEANS MUSIC: R&B, ROOTS ROCK AND SOUL, GOSPEL AND FUNK

From the show "New Orleans Music: R&B, Roots Rock and Soul, Gospel and Funk" originally aired on November 28th, 2007

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