Weekly Schedule (CET)

12’ Bar Ramblin’ #39 ‘Back to New Orleans’ with Stefan Matussek

07 May 2019
  • Blues
  • Regional
  • Boogie
  • Soulful
  • Up-beat
  • Laid-Back

New Orleans is known as the birthplace of Jazz as well as place with many unique qualities and cultural specialties, and for being the home of Mardi Gras. It is also the source of a unique style of the Blues. Influenced by Dixieland Jazz and incorporating Caribbean Rhythms, New Orleans Blues is primarily driven by Piano and Horn. Guitar is however not uncommon as the primary instrument.   The delivery is generally cheery sounding regardless of the subject matter. Laid-back yet complex rhythms which fall behind the beat are utilized.  

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Guitar Slim - Guitar Slim
Longhair's Blues Rhumba - Professor Longhair
Drifting Blues - Snooks Eaglin
Winehead Baby - Little Sonny Jones
Mama Don't Like It - Smiley Lewis
So Long - Fats Domino
Stack-O-Lee - Champion Jack Dupree
The Story of My Life (10-27-53) - Guitar Slim
Mean Old World - Snooks Eaglin
Ball the Wall - Professor Longhair
Let's Try and Talk It Over - Tommy Ridgley
Baby Sittin' - Earl King
Mean Cheatin' Woman - Dr. John
Hello My Lover - Ernie K-Doe
Take a Walk Around the Corner - John Mooney
Winin' Boy Blues - Allen Toussaint
Yancey Special - Tuts Washington
Sacred Ground - John Mooney
Mule Headed Man - Marcia Ball
Late night blues - Billy Wesmond
Get Back Blues - Jack Butler's Jones
Ain't My Style - Ivan Hartle
I Ceased To Be - Cullah