February 15 2010
Sound Travels Sunday was a funky get down, mostly Nawlins style but peppered with some other sweet soul get down style cuts. Not quite Mardi Gras, but filled with big brassic beats on marching tempos and showcasing some of the Crescent City's most famous musicians. Dr. John, Allen Toussaint, Professor Longhair and The Gaturs all get the light here in today's mix. If you missed the set on Sunday, here it is again, enjoy. Sound Travels Sunday NOLA Funk & Vintage Southern Get Down Mix [Audio=1] The Pimps Of Joytime "Chant" High Steppin' Dr. John "I Walk On Guilded Splinters" Gris-Gris Galactic "Tuff Love Featuring Trombone Shorty" From The Corner To The Block Eddie Bradford "Can You Handle It" Southern Fried Funk Dr. John "Quitters Never Win" Mos' Scoscious The Dr. John Anthology Allen Toussaint "Goin' Down" What It Is! Funky Soul And Rare Grooves- 1967-1977 (Disc 3) The Meters "Chug Chug Chug-A-Lug (Push N' Shove) Part II" Funky Soul & Rare Grooves (1967-77) New Birth Brass Band "Apache" Ultimate Street Parade: New Orleans Brass Bands Professor Longhair "Big Chief" Whitefield Brothers "Witch-Jam" In the Raw Mickey Murray "Fat Gal" Crash Of Thunder The Explosions With Juanita Brooks "Garden Of Four Trees" Z.Z. Hill "I Think I'd Do It" David Batiste & The Gladiators "Funky Hips (Parts 1 & 2)" Hard Meat "Free Wheel" Free Wheel "Music Makes You Move" The Explosions "Hip Drop Pt1" The Gaturs "Cold Bear" Funky Soul & Rare Grooves (1967-77) Tony Borders "High On The Hog" Ground Hog "Bumpin Part II"