Tracklist

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CD 1
# Title Rating Length
1 St James Infirmary 4.5 6:23
2 You Don’t Know My Mind 3:39
3 Six Cold Feet 4:55
4 Buddy Bolden’s Blues 3:13
5 Battle of Jericho 3:48
6 After You’ve Gone 4:09
7 Swanee River 2:43
8 The Whale Has Swallowed Me 3:37
9 John Henry 3:34
10 Police Dog Blues 3:33
11 Tipitina 5:07
12 Winin’ Boy Blues 3:00
13 They’re Red Hot 1:12
14 Baby Please Make a Change 4:58
15 Let Them Talk 4:12
16 Hallelujah, I Love Her So 3:09
17 Crazy Arms 3:11
18 Waiting for a Train 3:34
19 You Don’t Know My Mind (live in Paris) 4:42
DVD-Video 2: A Celebration of New Orleans Blues
# Title Rating Length
1 Welcome to New Orleans 1:36
2 Swanee River 2:50
3 My Journey Begins 3:48
4 You Don’t Know My Mind 3:26
5 Luckenbach, Texas 2:50
6 John Henry 3:48
7 Lead Belly 1:20
8 A City That Doesn’t Fear Death 3:23
9 St James Infirmary 7:00
10 Euclid Records 1:27
11 Buddy Bolden’s Blues 3:58
12 Boogie Woogie 1:14
13 Baby Please Make a Change 3:44
14 Let Them Talk 4:54
15 Tipitina 5:51
16 Closing Credits 1:28

Credits

CD 1

anthem of:
Florida, United States (1935 –) (track 7)
trumpet:
Tracy Griffin (tracks 1, 4, 11)
brass arranger:
Allen Toussaint (tracks 1, 4, 11)
alto saxophone:
Clarence J. Johnson III (saxophonist) (tracks 1, 4, 11)
handclaps:
Jo Green (track 3)
baritone saxophone and tenor saxophone:
Brian "Breeze" Cayolle (tracks 1, 4, 11)
tenor saxophone:
Levon Henry (track 3)
trombone:
Big Sam (Trombone, New Orleans) (tracks 1, 4, 11)
arranger:
Peter Chatman (track 9)
Joe Primrose (track 1)
composer:
Ray Charles (soul musician, singer and songwriter) (track 16)
Robert Johnson (1930s blues legend) (track 13)
J.B. Lenoir (track 8)
Jelly Roll Morton (tracks 4, 12)
Henry Roeland Byrd (track 11)
Jimmie Rodgers (country music pioneer, died in 1933) (track 18)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (tracks 1, 5, 9)
Stephen Foster (composer) (1851) (track 7)
Turner Layton (1918) (track 6)
conductor:
Allen Toussaint (tracks 1, 4, 11)
guest background vocals:
Irma Thomas (track 14)
guest vocals:
Dr. John (New Orleans blues pianist, singer and songwriter) (track 6)
Tom Jones (Welsh pop singer) (track 14)
Irma Thomas (track 9)
lead vocals:
Hugh Laurie (tracks 1–15)
lyricist:
Ray Charles (soul musician, singer and songwriter) (track 16)
Robert Johnson (1930s blues legend) (track 13)
J.B. Lenoir (track 8)
Jelly Roll Morton (tracks 4, 12)
Henry Roeland Byrd (track 11)
Jimmie Rodgers (country music pioneer, died in 1933) (track 18)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (tracks 1, 5, 9)
Stephen Foster (composer) (1851) (track 7)
Henry Creamer (1918) (track 6)
mixer:
Ryan Freeland (tracks 1–15)
David Boucher (track 19)
recording engineer:
Ryan Freeland (tracks 1–15)
Joe Henry (US singer-songwriter, guitarist & producer) (tracks 1–15)
writer:
Blind Blake (1920 blues) (track 10)
Harry Carlson (track 15)
Leroy Carr (track 3)
Bo Carter (blues musician, aka Bo Chatmon) (track 14)
Lonnie Chatmon (track 14)
Lew Douglas (track 15)
Sam Gray (Vaudeville performer) (tracks 2, 19)
Erwin King (track 15)
Virginia Liston (blues singer) (tracks 2, 19)
Clarence Williams (composer / pianist /bandleader) (tracks 2, 19)
Ralph Mooney (1954) (track 17)
Chuck Seals (1954) (track 17)
publisher:
Bug Music Ltd. (tracks 8–9)
Carlin Music Group (track 7)
Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships) (tracks 3, 14)
Edwin H. Morris & Co., Inc. (a division of MPL Communications Inc.) (tracks 4, 12)
MCD Music Limited (track 4)
Morley Music Corp. (track 6)
Peermusic UK (UK publisher) (track 15)
Redwood Music Ltd. (Carlin) (tracks 2, 19)
Unichappell Music (track 16)
Universal Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP) (tracks 2, 19)
Sony/ATV Tree Publishing (1956) (track 17)
arrangement of:
arrangements:
Joshua Fit de Battle of Jericho (arr. Burleigh) (track 5)
Joshua Fit the Battle (trad. arr. Elvis) (track 5)
Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho (arr. Fissinger) (track 5)
Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho (choral arrangement by Hogan) (track 5)
Joshua Fit the Battle of Jerico (arr. Villanueva) (track 5)
Joshua Fought the Battle of Jericho, op. 50 no. 4 (for children’s choir (SSA)) (track 5)
Old Folks at Home (for violin and piano, arr. Heifetz) (track 7)
Swanee River (trad arr. Ball & Lightfoot) (track 7)
cover recording of:
Crazy Arms (track 17)
John Henry (Peter Chatman's arrangement) (track 9)
Let Them Talk (track 15)
Police Dog Blues (track 10)
St. James Infirmary (Joe Primrose's arrangement) (track 1)
They’re Red Hot (track 13)
Tipitina (track 11)
Winin’ Boy Blues (track 12)
is the basis for:
Josva & Jeriko (track 5)
Sextet (track 1)
South Bay Surfer (track 7)
later translated versions:
スワニー河 (track 7)
later versions:
J'avais deux amis (track 1)
Jericho (track 5)
live cover recording of:
orchestrations:
Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho (orchestrated by R. Williams) (track 5)
part of:
For Me and My Gal (1942 movie) (track 6)
recording of:
Old Folks at Home (Swanee River) (track 7)
referred to in medleys:
A Portrait of Ray Charles (brass band) (track 16)
Sta op en wandel (track 5)
Medley :you rascal you... (order: 5) (track 1)
Ja-Da Medley (order: 7) (track 6)
Quodlibet for Small Orchestra: Allegro (3rd movement) (order: 12) (track 7)
version of:
The Unfortunate Rake (Roud 2; Laws Q26 / B1) (track 1)

DVD-Video 2: A Celebration of New Orleans Blues

anthem of:
Florida, United States (1935 –) (track 2)
arranger:
Peter Chatman (track 6)
Joe Primrose (track 9)
composer:
Jelly Roll Morton (track 11)
Henry Roeland Byrd (track 15)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (tracks 6, 9)
Stephen Foster (composer) (1851) (track 2)
Bobby Emmons (track 5)
Chips Moman (track 5)
lyricist:
Jelly Roll Morton (track 11)
Henry Roeland Byrd (track 15)
[traditional] (Special Purpose Artist) (tracks 6, 9)
Stephen Foster (composer) (1851) (track 2)
writer:
Harry Carlson (track 14)
Bo Carter (blues musician, aka Bo Chatmon) (track 13)
Lonnie Chatmon (track 13)
Lew Douglas (track 14)
Sam Gray (Vaudeville performer) (track 4)
Erwin King (track 14)
Virginia Liston (blues singer) (track 4)
Clarence Williams (composer / pianist /bandleader) (track 4)
publisher:
Bug Music Ltd. (track 6)
Carlin Music Group (track 2)
Copyright Control (not for release label use! this is only for copyrights and publishing relationships) (track 13)
Edwin H. Morris & Co., Inc. (a division of MPL Communications Inc.) (track 11)
MCD Music Limited (track 11)
Peermusic UK (UK publisher) (track 14)
Redwood Music Ltd. (Carlin) (track 4)
Universal Music Corp. (USA, affiliated with ASCAP) (track 4)
arrangement of:
arrangements:
Old Folks at Home (for violin and piano, arr. Heifetz) (track 2)
Swanee River (trad arr. Ball & Lightfoot) (track 2)
cover recording of:
John Henry (Peter Chatman's arrangement) (track 6)
Let Them Talk (track 14)
Old Folks at Home (Swanee River) (track 2)
St. James Infirmary (Joe Primrose's arrangement) (track 9)
Tipitina (track 15)
is the basis for:
Sextet (track 9)
South Bay Surfer (track 2)
later translated versions:
スワニー河 (track 2)
later versions:
J'avais deux amis (track 9)
referred to in medleys:
Medley :you rascal you... (order: 5) (track 9)
Quodlibet for Small Orchestra: Allegro (3rd movement) (order: 12) (track 2)
version of:
The Unfortunate Rake (Roud 2; Laws Q26 / B1) (track 9)