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Dr. John - Remedies flac album

Performer: Dr. John
Title: Remedies
Style: New Orleans R&B,Rock & Roll
Duration: 40:39
Relesed: 1970
Rating: 4.9
Votes: 244
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By: Dr. John (1970, Jazz). More albums from Dr. John: Locked Down by Dr. John. Indian Blues by Dr. Television by Dr. N’Awlinz: Dis Dat Or D’Udda by Dr. Get Yourself To Jackson Square by Dr. Anutha Zone by Dr.

Remedies (Dr. John album). 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 his interview with Uncut magazine (October 2010), Dr. John explained the "bad trip" environment which led to the epic closing track "Angola Anthem"

John, The Night Tripper ‎– Remedies. Label: ATCO Records ‎– SD 33-316. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Producer – Charles Greene (2), Dr. John, Tom Dowd. Different label and matrix from Dr. John, The Night Tripper - Remedies. Matrix, Runout (Side A label): ST-C-701823CTH. John album), Remedies is the third album released by New Orleans R&B artist Dr John The photography was by Steve LaVere, taken in 1969 at the Whisky a G. In his interview with Uncut magazine October 2010, 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 unconnected to music that it’s hard to relate it A friend of mine had just.

Malcolm John Rebennack Jr. (November 20, 1941 – June 6, 2019), better known by his stage name Dr. John, was an American singer and songwriter. His music combined blues, pop, jazz, boogie-woogie, and rock and roll. Active as a session musician from the late 1950s until his death, he gained a following in the late 1960s after the release of his album Gris-Gris and his appearance at the Bath Festival of Blues and Progressive Music

This album has an average beat per minute of 120 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 109/141 BPM).

1. Loop Garoo Lyrics. 2. What Goes Around (Comes Around) Lyrics. 3. Wash, Mama, Wash Lyrics.

CD - Wounded Bird 316). While it includes such standout Dr. John tracks as "Wash Mama Wash" and "Loop Garoo," it also includes "Angola Anthem," which is murky, mysterious and downright evil-sounding. Much of this very long cut is lost without headphones, for the music floats about in a smoky fog while Dr. John and his backup singers chant, moan, and cry out. Progressive radio loved this stuff, and it still sounds great during those late-night flirtations with the dark side of the psyche. Remedies must be heard to be believed.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Loop Garoo Dr. John / Mac Rebennack Dr. John 4:42
2 What Comes Around (Goes Around) Mac Rebennack Dr. John 2:57
3 Wash, Mama, Wash Mac Rebennack Dr. John 3:42
4 Chippy, Chippy Mac Rebennack Dr. John 3:32
5 Mardi Gras Day Dr. John / Mac Rebennack Dr. John 8:11
6 Angola Anthem Mac Rebennack Dr. John 17:35

Credits

Tom Dowd - Producer
Dr. John - Composer, Keyboards, Primary Artist, Vocals
Charles Greene - Producer
Steve LaVere - Photography
Mac Rebennack - Composer
Reviews (1)
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This album is like the AllMusic review says it is, other worldly. In my opinion the best tunes are "Loop Garoo" and "Chippy Chippy". In my opinion the other tunes are good tunes but a bit long winded. The sound on this album is a transition from the voodoo stew on the Dr's first album Gris Gris and the funky sounds of albums like In The Right Place & Desitively Bonnaroo in my opinion. The only thing that sucks about this album is its hard to find, it's basically out of print. If you're lucky you can find a copy issued on the Wounded Bird label.

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