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Creole Cookin' - Musical Gumbo FLAC album


Performer: Creole Cookin'
Genre: Blues
Title: Musical Gumbo
Released: 1984
Style: Rhythm & Blues, Louisiana Blues
FLAC version ZIP size: 1812 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1383 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1220 mb
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Creole Cookin' ‎– Musical Gumbo. Label: King Creole Records ‎– 1001. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Country: US. Released: 1984.

Cookin In A Gumbo Pot by Phil Parnell feat: Lillian Boutte', released 01 June 2008 1. That Don't Keep Me From Cookin In A Gumbo Pot 2. Greasy Spoon 3. My Darlin New Orleans 4. Buddy Boldens Blues 5. Lately (Tryin To Get A Message To You) 6. Laissez Faire 7. Music Man 8. Take A Fools Advice 9. Bitchen In The Kitchen 10. Try One More Time 11. Party All My Troubles Away 12. We Wish We Could Be There Today Party All Your Troubles Away with a tribute to New Orleans with the sounds of Sassafras, Mardi Gras, funky Creole blues, smoky bars and jumpin' jazz and 'new' New Orlean. Cookin In A Gumbo Pot. by Phil Parnell feat: Lillian Boutte'. Streaming + Download. Immediate download of -track album in your choice of 320k mp3, FLAC, or just about any other format you could possibly desire. Purchasable with gift card.

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Tracklist

A1 Mardi Gras Medley 7:25
A2 Ice Man (I Got Some Help I Don't Need) 6:30
A3 New Orleans Child 3:28
A4 Do Me Like You Do 3:33
A5 Ernst Boogie 0:54
B1 Right Track 3:19
B2 Why Buy The Cow (When You Can Milk Her For Free) 5:29
B3 Love Is The Bottom Line 4:58
B4 Rain Rain 4:08
B5 Don't Slow Down 3:15

Credits

  • Art Direction, Cover – Debbie Saladino
  • Bass – Greg Little
  • Congas, Percussion, Vocals – Tomato
  • Drums – Scott Sherman
  • Executive-Producer – Lou Tortorich
  • Guitar, Piano, Organ, Synthesizer, Bass, Vocals – King Creole
  • Photography – Jerry Malone
  • Producer, Engineer – Vic Saladino
  • Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Piano – George Miller