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Live On The Queen Mary

Professor Longhair

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1
Tell Me Pretty Baby (Live On The Queen Mary, 1975)
Professor Longhair
4:03
2
Mess Around (Live On The Queen Mary, 1975)
Professor Longhair
3:59
3
Everyday I Have The Blues (Live On The Queen Mary, 1975)
Professor Longhair
5:46
4
Tipitina (Live On The Queen Mary, 1975)
Professor Longhair
3:42
5
I’m Movin’ On (Live On The Queen Mary, 1975)
Professor Longhair
3:47
6
Mardi Gras In New Orleans (Live On The Queen Mary, 1975)
Professor Longhair
2:55
7
Cry To Me (Live On The Queen Mary, 1975)
Professor Longhair
2:47
8
Gone So Long (Live On The Queen Mary, 1975)
Professor Longhair
4:26
9
Stagger Lee (Live On The Queen Mary, 1975)
Professor Longhair
3:04
Total Playing Time    34:29
The live album by New Orleans blues giant Professor Longhair that was recorded at the release party for Paul McCartney and Wings’ Venus and Mars has been reissued.

First released in 1978, the album was recorded on the cruise ship on 24 March 1975, while the vessel was docked in Long Beach, California. The recording is a prime example of the work of an artist whose influence in New Orleans music was felt by such fellow greats as Fats Domino, Allen Toussaint and Dr. John. Born Henry Roeland “Roy” Byrd on 19 December 1918, “Fess” died on 30 January 1980.
96 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Paul McCartney Catalog Studio Masters

Tracks 1-9 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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