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This is an excellent contribution from Dr. John.
Glad to see it was nominated, along with Irma Thomas' Simply Grand, as one the best contemporary blues albums for the 2009 Grammy Awards.
You can tell when you're listening to this that the folks performing had a good time putting heart and soul into these songs.
How can you not be touched by the spirit of New Orleans post Katrina summed up in Dr. John?Published 1 month ago by Nadine
Great music. Dr. John does a fantastic job of communicating the spirit of New Orleans. This is truly soulful music.Published 15 months ago by webmark
BUT, I can only give this three stars, and that's being generous. The first song is great but the rest of them are just plain bad, mostly b/c he lets political bias get in the way. Read morePublished on July 13, 2012 by JMH0911
Dr John is and has always been one of my favorite Blues Rock artists. He is definitely the Leon Russell of New Orleans. Great music from the master of all the New Orleans artists.Published on December 27, 2011 by Jack D. Baker
This is pure awful sound. I won't even go there to call this music. This is nothing but a very poor political manifesto disguised with popular artists to get people to purchase... Read morePublished on March 23, 2009 by Rat
What a great piece of work and truth...Thanks for having the balls to tell the truth with this masterpiece of Funk! Hope you take home the grammy for your hometown... Read morePublished on January 23, 2009 by Johnny Lanz
I bought this CD when it was first released & have listened to it many times since. I've listened to a number of the post-Katrina CD's & think this is one of the best. Read morePublished on December 4, 2008 by M. Tarr
A taste of New Orleans sound. The sound is still there, while the city may never be the same.Published on November 10, 2008 by Denver B. Cornett
I am a big fan of Dr. John. This is not one of his best and I can't even play it again to get familiar enough to enjoy it. Read morePublished on November 1, 2008 by Harold Fox