Classic Rock Bottom


We were in New Orleans for Mardi Gras, so I thought we might go back for their definitive sound.
Rock & Roll, from its earliest days, most assuredly owes a debt to the artists who came out of that relatively small city.
And it was very difficult making the selections for this show- so much music I had to choose from, so many folks I had to leave out.
But I did the best I could with my picks, and now I'll get to see if you like them.
Fish Frys, Good Times, Original Versions of Songs You Know By Others, the Legendary Producer & Writer Allen Toussaint, a Boxer named Kid Chocolate who became a Singer- and that's just the first half, with more of it to come in the second.
You know something?...I Like It Like That!
Here are the links down the Mississippi River to the Big Easy, at Mike Pell Rockollections:

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Comment by Mike Pell on March 25, 2013 at 7:52pm


Keep it in a ziploc bag, don't let it go stale!

When I sent you the notice here, I TOLD you it was from last year.

Shows how much you pay attention to my literate writing, lol!

Yeah, old but damned GOOD!
That's why I ran it again...that and the fact last week I had 4 days of voiceovers and it was my birthday.

No time for a show!

Comment by Jon on March 25, 2013 at 4:52pm

Is this an old show? It sounds very familiar. I had a feeling of deja vu with Gary U.S. Bonds and Lee Dorsey, especially "Yah Yah" and "Working In The Coalmine". Plus the Alan Touissaint song is VERY familiar.

Yeah, this was OLD! Good, but OLD!

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