Goin' Back to New Orleans

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Goin' Back to New Orleans
Dr. John dressed as a Mardi Gras Indian
Studio album by Dr. John
Released June 23, 1992
Genre Rock, blues, R&B
Length 66:17
Label Warner Bros.
Producer Stewart Levine
Dr. John chronology
Bluesianna Triangle II
(1991)
Goin' Back to New Orleans
(1992)
Television
(1994)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars [1]
Chicago Tribune 3/4 stars [2]
Rolling Stone 4/5 stars [3]

Goin' Back to New Orleans is an album by New Orleans singer and pianist Dr. John. It was released by Warner Bros. Records on June 23, 1992. The album won a Grammy award for Best Traditional Blues Album.[4]

Musicians and vocalists on the album include the Neville Brothers, Al Hirt, Danny Barker, Alfred "Uganda" Roberts, Pete Fountain, Alvin "Red" Tyler, Chuck Carbo, Clyde Kerr, Jr., and Jamil Sharif.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Litenie des Saints" (Mac Rebennack) - 4:44
  2. "Careless Love" (Martha Koenig, Spencer Williams, W. C. Handy) - 4:10
  3. "My Indian Red" - 4:47
  4. "Milneburg Joys" (Charles Melrose, Jellyroll Morton, Leon Roppola) - 2:39
  5. "I Thought I Heard Buddy Bolden Say" (Ferdinand Morton) - 2:29
  6. "Basin Street Blues" (Spencer Williams) - 4:27
  7. "Didn't He Ramble" (Hattie Bolten) - 3:28
  8. "Do You Call That a Buddy?" (Don Raye, Wesley Wilson) - 3:54
  9. "How Come My Dog Don't Bark (When You Come Around)" (Prince Partridge) - 4:09
  10. "Goodnight Irene" (Huddie Ledbetter, John Lomax) - 4:11
  11. "Fess Up" (Mac Rebennack) - 3:12
  12. "Since I Fell for You" (Buddy Johnson) - 3:32
  13. "I'll Be Glad When You're Dead, You Rascal You" (Sam Theard) - 3:25
  14. "Cabbage Head" (Henry Roland Byrd, Mac Rebennack) - 3:59
  15. "Goin' Home Tomorrow" (Alvin Young, Fats Domino) - 3:01
  16. "Blue Monday" (Dave Bartholomew) - 3:01
  17. "Scald Dog Medley/I Can't Go On" (Dave Bartholomew, Fats Domino/Huey "Piano" Smith) - 2:58
  18. "Goin' Back to New Orleans" (Joe Liggins) - 4:08

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ruhlmann, William. Goin' Back to New Orleans at AllMusic. Retrieved February 21, 2015.
  2. ^ Heim, Chris (July 23, 1992). Goin' Back to New Orleans, Chicago Tribune. Retrieved February 21, 2015.
  3. ^ McLeese, Don (September 17, 1992). Goin' Back to New Orleans, Rolling Stone. Retrieved February 21, 2015.
  4. ^ "The Grammys – Dr. John". grammy.com. Archived from the original on August 26, 2016. Retrieved October 23, 2016.