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On `Imitation of Love,' Dr. John turns the tables on a relationship, and slowly lets his lover down.
If your musical tastes lean towards the funky, swamp infused, Creole flavored, funky incantations that only Dr. John can lay down.
The lyrics are, all of them,of own Dr. John's creation,with the contribution of Doc Pomus,and others!!
Dr John is now a real doctor with a doctoral degree at Tulane University New Orleans along with Allen Toussaint and the Dalai LamaPublished 14 months ago by The Baron
Great disc, very soulful, reminds me of Leon Russell. I just recently started to listen to Dr. John. I knew right place right time but that was it. Read morePublished on November 6, 2009 by Rodney B. Killgore
I have yet to find a bad Dr John album. Creole Moon is as good as it gets.Published on January 9, 2007 by Rdavid Lovett
A musical treat, even if you're not all that familiar with Dr. John. Very interesting.........definitely has that Bourbon St.
Dr. John almost never disappoints and with his latest creation he shows us that he is the quintessential mojo shaman! Read morePublished on June 2, 2005 by Golden Touch
Dr. John Is Good. This album isn't on the same level as his GRIS-GRIS, THE NIGHT TRIPPER. But it's Dr. John. It growls. It wails. It sweats, and moves. Read morePublished on November 29, 2002 by D. Barr
Creole Moon is a true return to form for Dr. John. He sounds more energetic and fonky than he has in ages. Creole Moon returns to the sound of Dr. Read morePublished on July 18, 2002
Some of Dr. John's more recent albums, such as "Anutha Zone," have just not been up to his usual standard. Read morePublished on February 17, 2002 by thefallingman