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The Night Tripper

Dr. John

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1.1
Loser for You Baby
Dr. John
3:09
1.2
The Ear Is on Strike
Dr. John
2:26
1.3
A Little Closer to My Home
Dr. John
3:14
1.4
I Pulled the Cover off You Two Lovers
Dr. John
2:56
1.5
Go Ahead On
Dr. John
2:44
1.6
Shining Hard as I Can
Dr. John
6:23
1.7
Chicky Wow Wow
Dr. John
2:44
1.8
I Got Lonesome-It Is
Dr. John
3:50
1.9
Somebody Trying Who-Doo Me
Dr. John
4:04
1.10
Don't Want No Monkey in My Business
Dr. John
4:25
Total Playing Time    35:55
Dr. John's 1977 release, The Night Tripper, refers to his alter-ego adopted in the 60s. This was the beginning of his act combining New Orleans-style rhythm and blues with psychedelic rock and elaborate stage shows that bordered on voodoo religious ceremonies, including elaborate costumes and headdress. The album is a distillation of that distinct style. On the title, Dr. John had this to say: "Before that I was Professor Bizarre. Cats used to call me things like 'Bishop' or 'Governor' or somethin' but they started callin' me 'Doctor' for a while, so I just hung it on myself for keeps."
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Crimson Studio Masters

Tracks 1-10 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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