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8 thoughts on “ Hey Now Baby - Professor Longhair - Byrd Lives (CD, Album)

  1. Professor Longhair is noteworthy for having been active in two distinct periods, both in the heyday of early rhythm and blues, and in the resurgence of interest in traditional jazz after the founding of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival. Professor Longhair was .
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  3. This is one of several discs that have been issued over the years featuring Professor Longhair's earliest tracks cut for Star Talent, Mercury, Wasco, and Atlantic. Professor Longhair's Boogie reissues original classics recorded between and the early '50s in New Orleans with his Shuffling Hungarians and Blues Jumpers on "She Walks Right In," "Hadacol Bounce," "'Mardi in New Orleans," "Bald.
  4. Professor Longhair can be considered as the creator of the New Orleans Rhythm & Blues. Musically active from to , he made a comeback in the early s. Inducted into Rock And Roll Hall of Fame in (Early Influence).
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  7. Feb 08,  · Tiptina, Go to the Mardi Gras, Baldhead, Hey now baby and all of the other truly groundbreaking stuff.I also includes a good selection of his work in the seventies. Mardi Gras in New Orleans-the complete recordings This double cd collects all recordings during this time period and is absolutely awesome.
  8. MERCURY ; MARCH We’re still not quite to the point where we get something by the mercurial Professor Longhair that exists entirely unto itself, for like most of his records we’ve covered so far he’s tackling a song he re-recorded for another label at roughly the same time, but at least here the “alternate” take is one that didn’t appear elsewhere as a contemporaneous single.

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