|2||Wash, Mama, Wash||3:35|
|4||What Goes Around Comes Around||2:55|
|5||Mardi Gras Day||8:08|
|SD 33-316||Dr. John, The Night Tripper||Remedies (LP, Album, PR )||ATCO Records||SD 33-316||US||1970|
|none||Dr. John, The Night Tripper||Remedies (6xFile, FLAC, Album, RE, 24b)||Rhino Atlantic||none||2014|
|WOU 316||Dr. John, The Night Tripper||Remedies (CD, Album, RE)||Wounded Bird Records||WOU 316||US||2002|
|SD 33-316||Dr. John, The Night Tripper||Remedies (LP, Album, CTH)||ATCO Records||SD 33-316||US||1970|
|SD 33-316||Dr. John, The Night Tripper||Remedies (LP, S/Sided, Album, Promo, W/Lbl)||ATCO Records||SD 33-316||US||1970|
- Producer – Charles Greene , Dr. John, Tom Dowd
White label promo. Jackets were stickered 'Promotional Copy. Not For Sale'.
Codici a barre
- Matrix / Runout (Side A label): ST-C-701823 MO
- Matrix / Runout (Side B label): ST-C-701824 MO
- Pressed By – Monarch Record Mfg. Co.
Remedies is the third album released by New Orleans R&B artist Dr. The photography was by Steve LaVere, taken in 1969 at the Whisky a Go Go. In a 2010 interview with Uncut, Dr. John explained the bad trip environment which led to the epic closing track Angola Anthem: My managers put me in a psych ward. These guys were very bad people I had gotten busted on a deal, and they got me bonded out of jail, and so when they did I could have got a parole violation. All of this stuff was so. Songs in album Remedies 1970. John ft. The Night Tripper - Loop Garoo. The Night Tripper - What Goes Around Comes Around. The Night Tripper - Wash, Mama, Wash. The Night Tripper - Chippy, Chippy. The Night Tripper - Mardi Gras Day. The Night Tripper - Angola Anthem. The Return of the Tripper - Dr. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Listen to music from Dr. John, the Night Tripper like Danse Kalinda Ba Doom, Gris-Gris Gumbo Ya Ya & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Dr. John, the Night Tripper. Album 1970 6 Songs. John's early Night Tripper trilogy opens with some of his most otherworldly swamp funk. His voodoo runs strong in Loop Garoo, accrues an earthy neighborhood feel in Wash, Mama, Wash, and explodes into the shouting, chanting exorcism of Mardi Gras Day. Side two of the original vinyl consists entirely of Angola Anthem, a chain-rattling, percussion-heavy, and utterly sobering reflection of life in Louisiana's infamous state penitentiary. John: The Night Tripper - Dr. About the only thing that's really missing here is Angola Anthem, from Remedies, though its exclusion appears to be because of the tune's extreme length. For a budget label, Music Club has excellent sound quality compare to the Rhino double-disc, making this a very solid introduction to Dr. John's official early catalog. Such a Night. Mac Rebennack. Everything Dr. John put out up to and including Desitively Bonnaroo is awesome. The newer stuff is great too. The others stuff I haven't heard yet, but I can recommend this album for sure. Read more. remedies is a great example of his earlier late sixties seventies influences can be heard musicians are top sound quality on this particular re issue is excellentWhile there are only six songs on this cd please be aware that tracks 5 and 6 have a running time of more than 27 6. Cover information about the songs on the release Remedies by Dr. John The Night Tripper: who covered the songs, who sang the originals. SecondHandSongs is building the most comprehensive source of cover song information. Rebennack subsequently undertook a lot of session work around LA appearing briefly for a Freak Out album session with Frank Zappa and developed his 'Mardi Gras' persona of Dr. John Creaux, The Night Tripper with Battiste's help, assembling the Gris-Gris album whilst sessioning for Sonny & Cher. John the Night Tripper. 1941-11-20November 20, 1941 New Orleans, Louisiana, U. John played keyboards and had a major role in shaping Gregg Allman's 2011 album Low Country Blues, which was produced by T-Bone Burnett. In 2011, he collaborated with Hugh Laurie on the song After You've Gone on Laurie's album Let Them Talk