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Classic Sounds of New Orleans from Smithsonian Folkways

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Just A Little While To Stay Here
Artist: The Eureka Brass Band
4:02
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Shine – Hambone
Artist: Shoeshine boy
1:08
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Tiger Rag
Artist: Freddie L. Small
1:48
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Blackberries!
Artist: Dora Bliggen
0:24
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Red White And Blue Got the Golden Band
Artist: Mardi Gras Indians
5:13
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Times Done Changed
Artist: Dora Alexander
1:30
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Dark Was The Night
Artist: Rev. Lewis Jackson and Charlotte Rucell
0:59
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Back To The Time
Artist: Pilgrim Baptist Church (New Orleans, La.). Choir
2:20
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We Shall Walk Through the Streets of the City – Dirge
Artist: Doc Paulin
4:05
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We Shall Walk Through the Streets of the City – March
Artist: Doc Paulin
3:07
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Bucket's Got A Hole in It
Artist: Punch Miller with Samuel B. Charters
2:20
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Spooky Drums #1
Artist: Baby Dodds
2:27
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Milenberg Joys
Artist: Emile Barnes
3:10
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Clarinet Marmalade
Artist: The Six and Seven-Eights String Band of New Orleans
2:13
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High Society
Artist: Snooks Eaglin
1:40
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Careless Love
Artist: Lonnie Johnson
3:57
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Lonesome Road
Artist: Billie and De De Pierce with Emile Barnes
5:45
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Corrine, Corrina
Artist: Kid Clayton
4:25
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Saint James Infirmary
Artist: Snooks Eaglin
2:26
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Take Your Big Leg Off Me / Easy Rider / Mama Don't 'Low No Music Playing Here
Artist: H.J. Boiusseau
2:26
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Rattlesnake Boogie
Artist: Champion Jack Dupree
3:06
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Please Don't Talk About Me When I'm Gone
Artist: Roosevelt Sykes
2:34
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Jimmy's Blues
Artist: Kid Clayton
5:08
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C. C. Rider
Artist: Lonnie Johnson
2:33
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Shake It and Break It
Artist: Emile Barnes and Lawrence Tocca
3:46
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Lord, Lord, Lord
Artist: The Eureka Brass Band
3:08
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