Music On Vinyl
180 Gram Vinyl Record
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180-gram vinyl double LP!
Gatefold jacket printed on heavy cardboard with linen laminate finish
Jacket contains liner notes by Gerard Bielderman and Mario Silvester
Recorded live at the famous Marquee venue, London, in 1983
Includes "Bourbon Street Parade," "Oh Eliza," "Iko Iko" and "Right Place, Wrong Time"
Lmited edition of 1,000 numbered copies on blue vinyl
Mardi Gras At The Marquee is the funk/brass album by trombonist Chris Barber and pianist Dr. John. In 1983 the famous London music venue The Marquee celebrated its silver jubilee. One of the founders was Chris Barber and he therefore asked New Orleans musician Mac Rebennack, better known as Dr. John (a.k.a. The Nighttripper), to give two special concerts at the Marquee. These live jazz and blues recordings include "Bourbon Street Parade," "Oh Eliza," "Iko Iko" and "Right Place, Wrong Time."
The 2LP Mardi Gras At The Marquee is available as a limited edition of 1,000 individually numbered copies on blue colored vinyl. The album has liner notes by Gerard Bielderman and Mario Silvester printed on the jacket.
|1. Bourbon Street Parade|
|2. Darktown Strutters' Ball|
|3. New Stack A Lee|
|5. South Rampart Street Parade|
|1. Oh Eliza|
|2. Down In San Anton|
|1. Right Place, Wrong Time|
|2. Such A Night|
|3. Iko Iko|
|4. New Orleans Brass Band Blues|
|1. The Wicked Shall Cease|
|2. Big Bass Drum|
|3. Mac's Boogie Woogie|
|4. You Lie Too Much|
|5. Memories Of Smiley|