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Down On The Bayou II
A Benefit for the New Orleans Musicians Clinic
New Orleans, LA
Set I: (JoJo’s Mardi Gras Band + Alfred “Uganda” Roberts)
02. Bald Head
03. I’ve Got A Woman
04. Something On Your Mind *
05. She Walks Right In/Shake, Rattle & Roll *
* W/ Jimmy Carpenter on Sax, Christine Ohlman on Vocals
Set II: (Jojo Herman, John “Papa” Gros, George Porter, Jr., Russell Batiste, Jr., Jimmy Carpenter, Billy Iuso)
08. Right Place Wrong Time
09. Hey Pocky Way **
10. Big Chief **
11. Cabbage Alley ***
** W/ Big Chief Bo Dollis & Bo Dollis, Jr. on Vocals, Thomas McDowell on bass
*** W/ Big Chief Bo Dollis & Bo Dollis, Jr on Vocals, Thomas McDowell on bass, Ivan Neville on B3
Set III: (Widespread Panic)
13. Familiar Reality **** >
14. I Walk On Guilded Splinters ****
**** W/ Jimmy Carpenter on Sax
Set IV: (7 Walkers – Papa Mali, Bill Kreutzmann, Reed Mathis, Matt Hubbard + Anders Osborne)
16. Jam > Turn On Your Lovelight
Set V: (Jon Cleary, Dr. Jimbo Walsh, Russel Batiste, Jr.)
19. Lawdy Miss Clawdy
Set VI: (Gov’t Mule + Russel Batiste, Jr.)
21. 32/20 Blues
22. Breakin’ Up Somebody’s Home *****
***** W/ Jojo Herman on Piano
Set VII: (Jojo’s Mardi Gras Band + Alfred “Uganda” Roberts)
23. Red Beans #
24. Jambalaya (On the Bayou) ##
25. Standing On Shaky Ground #
26. 25 Miles ###
27. Let The Good Times Roll ###
28. Ooh Poo Pah Doo ###
29. Get Out My Life Woman
30. Go To The Mardi Gras
# W/ Bonerama on horns
## W/ Bonerama on horns, Sherman Ewing on guitar/vocals
### W/ Bonerama on horns, Christine Olhman on vocals
Set VIII: (Jojo’s Mardi Gras Band + Luther Dickinson)
Source: Aud + SBD Matrix
SBD source: Yamaha M7CL > Edirol R-44 @ 24/48
AUD source: AKG Ck1x > Mk46 > c460b > Edirol R-44 @ 24/48
Location: ROC in FOH Cage/8ft/Dina/limiter = 1+2/3+4
DSP: SD > Wavelab (sych/mix/edit) > CDWave (tracking) > Wavelab (dither/re-sample) > TLH (flac8) > Foobar (Tagging)
Taped and seeded by Nick Burlison
-FOH Board levels were killed for the first minute of track 4 and a constant squeal remains the rest of the set
-The last set was not recorded. Attempts to get the final set from the house system is still in progress. It will be seeded separately when acquired.
-There could be musicians on-stage not mentioned, if you remember please let me know as these guys deserve credit for volunteering their time for the benefit and great night of music!
Please continue to help support New Orleans area musicians and donate if you have the means to.
This is a great cause that not only assists current musicians but future musicians from New Orleans. Check out this site!
Keyboardist JoJo Herman is a devoted fan of Dr. John and an adopted son of the New Orleans funk tradition. In October 2009 during Voodoo Fest Jojo produced the first Down on the Bayou at Howlin’ Wolf as a “companion” concert to the benefit Dr. John produced for the New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic.
The proceeds from Down on the Bayou II will help sustain the New Orleans Musicians’ Clinic (NOMC), a program of the New Orleans Musicians Assistance Foundation, (NOMAF) and their commitment to providing affordable, comprehensive health care to New Orleans’ most precious resource: our musicians musicians.
NOMC on NBC national news
The musicians clinic (est. in 1998) is the brainchild by Dr. Jack McConnell ( father of Phish keyboardist Page McConnell).
The NOMC became the first healthcare initiative of its kind in the United States, addressing the unmet medical needs of local musicians, artists and their families. The NOMC strives to institute an agenda of wellness into the New Orleans’ musician patient population, which in turn helps to keep the music and traditional artistry of the city alive.