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Jazz Fest / Wild Magnolias

   
 

April 24th, 2002 ~ It's the Crescent City celebration rivaled only by Mardi Gras, the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, a magnet of music, food, and folk art embracing Louisiana and beyond. From Louis Armstrong to zydeco, we'll sample some of the soundscape and the cuisine of the festival. Plus conversations with visiting singer and musical philosopher Oscar Brown Jr., and an in-depth look at the Wild Magnolias Mardi Gras Indian tribe - a New Orleans institution that's been featured at every single Jazz Fest since 1970.

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Hour One   Hour Two  
  • Open Bed: Rockin' Pneumonia And The Boogie Woogie Flu Huey 'Piano' Smith
    Having A Good Time, West Side
  • (Somebody Got) Soul, Soul, Soul The Wild Magnolias
    The Wild Magnolias, PolyGram
  • Let the Good Times Roll Earl King
    Earl's Pearls, WestSide
  • Going Back to New Orleans Joe Liggins & The Honeydrippers
    Creole Kings of New Orleans, Specialty
  • Cakewalk Into Town Taj Mahal
    The Best of Taj Mahal, Columbia/Legacy
  • Ain't Nothin' But a Party The Dirty Dozen Brass Band
    Medicated Magic, Rope-A-Dope
  • Instrumental: New Orleans Blues The Dirty Dozen Brass Band
    This Is Jazz: 30, Columbia/Legacy
  • Frog Legs Lloyd Price
    Lawdy!, Specialty
  • New Suit Wild Magnolias
    Mardi Gras in New Orleans, Mardi Gras Records
  • INTERVIEW: Bo Dollis of the Wild Magnolias
    Listen
  • Big Chief Professor Longhair
    Ultimate Mardi Gras, Mardi Gras Records
  • Uninvisible Medeski, Martin & Wood
    Uninvisible, Blue Note
  • Instrumental: Bourbon Street Blues Henry Butler
    Blues After Sunset, Black Top
  • You Talk too Much Joe Jones
    Billboard Top Rock 'n' Roll Hits1960, Rhino
  • I Know Bonnie Raitt
    Give It Up, Warner
  • Louella Marcia Ball
    Presumed Innocent, Alligator
  • Let the Good Times Roll Buckwheat Zydeco
    Buckwheat's Zydeco Party, Rounder
 
  • Open Bed: Honky Tonk King Curtis
    The Best of King Curtis, Capitol
  • Sleep Walk Santo & Johnny
    Hot Rod Rock: Back Seat Movers, The Right Stuff
  • I Fall to Pieces Patsy Cline
    Only Country 1960-64, Cema
  • Deep Well Of Sadness Ralph Stanley & Jim Lauderdale
    Lost In the Lonesome Pines, Dualtone
  • Pipeliner's Blues Hackberry Ramblers
    Cajun Boogie, Hot Biscuits
  • Cajun Twist Lil Band O Gold
    Lil Band O Gold, Shanachie
  • Instrumental: Aw'Some Funk Snooks Eaglin
    Soul's Edge, Black Top
  • Waymore's Blues Waylon Jennings
    The Essential, RCA
  • Fast Train Solomon Burke
    Don't Give Up on Me, Anti
  • Table Top Joe Tom Waits
    Alice, Anti
  • Somebody Buy Me a Drink Oscar Brown, Jr.
    Sin & Soul, Sony
  • INTERVIEW: Oscar Brown, Jr.
    Listen
  • Africa N.O. Los Hombres Calientes
    Vol. 3, Basin Street
  • Adam's Apple Wayne Shorter
    The Blue Note Years Vol.3, Blue Note
  • You Must Come in at the Bottom Isaac Freeman
    Beautiful Stars, Lost Highway
  • Just a Little While to Stay Here Topsy Chapman
    And the Pro's, Jazzology
  • End Bed: Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans Tuts Washington
    New Orleans Piano Professor, Rounder