℗ 1971 © Paula Records™ a division of 43 North Broadway, LLC.
 

New Orleans Today

Ronnie Kole Trio

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1
(They Long to Be) Close to You
Ronnie Kole Trio
2:47
2
On a Clear Day You Can See Forever
Ronnie Kole Trio
3:35
3
Love Story
Ronnie Kole Trio
2:39
4
Yellow Bird
Ronnie Kole Trio
2:35
5
My Rhapsody
Ronnie Kole Trio
1:47
6
Exodus
Ronnie Kole Trio
2:07
7
Secret of My Soul
Ronnie Kole Trio
2:33
8
Great Stone Bottle
Ronnie Kole Trio
2:34
9
Sesame Street
Ronnie Kole Trio
3:02
10
He Ain't Heavy He's My Brother
Ronnie Kole Trio
3:39
11
Tennessee Waltz
Ronnie Kole Trio
2:44
12
My Sweet Lord
Ronnie Kole Trio
3:00
Total Playing Time    33:02
Ronnie Kole is now one of America's most legendary pianists and entertainers whose devotion to New Orleans is well documented with his induction into the New Orleans Musical Legends Park. His love-affair with the city's music is longstanding, as evidenced by this 1971 trio recording New Orleans Today.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Paula Records Studio Masters

This album contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source.

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