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  1. Dr. John "Somebody Changed The Lock": Somebody changed the lock, on my door, yeah now And my key, it won't fit in that lock no more I've b Dr. John - Somebody Changed The Lock Lyrics | progressive.nelabarmellkirikus.infoinfo
  2. Dr. John's Gumbo is the fifth album by New Orleans singer and pianist Dr. John, a tribute to the music of his native city. The album is a collection of covers of New Orleans classics, played by a major figure in the city's music. In May of , Dr. John's Gumbo was listed in the Greatest Albums of All Time.
  3. Dr. John's Gumbo bridged the gap between post-hippie rock and early rock & roll, blues, and R&B, offering a selection of classic New Orleans R&B, including "Tipitina" and "Junko Partner," updated with a gritty, funky beat. There aren't as many psychedelic flourishes as there were on his first two albums, but the ones that are present enhance his sweeping vision of American roots music.9/
  4. Aug 11,  · And on ’s Dr. John’s Gumbo, the beloved Mac Rebennack looks backwards to New Orleans storied R&B, jazz, and boogie woogie past—and the work of such immortals as Huey “Piano” Smith, Professor Longhair, and Earl King—and puts his unique spin on some truly timeless songs.
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  6. After inhabiting his hoodoo-murmuring Night Tripper persona for four albums, Dr. John returned to his roots for a celebratory Mardi Gras revue of timeless New Orleans hits from the '50s. Featuring the great Lee Allen on tenor sax, Gumbo unleashes high-stepping reinterpretations of rollicking Crescent City standards like "Iko Iko" and "Little.
  7. Dr. John's Gumbo released in is the fifth album by New Orleans singer and pianist Dr. John, a tribute to the music of his native city. The album is a collection of covers of New Orleans classics, played by a major figure in the city's progressive.nelabarmellkirikus.infoinfo: Rhythm and blues.
  8. Jun 07,  · Dr. John, Dr. John’s Gumbo. “Somebody Changed the Lock,” sounds every bit the standard as the rest of the songs on the album. Raucous Dixieland piano and horns turn this one into the perfect accompaniment to an old school French Quarter striptease act, and it segues perfectly into the very happy-making gallop on the piano that is.
  9. Mobile Fidelity reissued two of Dr. John's best albums, 's Gumbo and 's In the Right Place, on one gold disc in These records arguably represent his artistic peak, and this is a good way to acquire them, but fans should know that this disc costs more than buying the two records separately.8/

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