A surprise trip to New Orleans includes Johnny Horton, The Meters, Jimmy Witherspoon, Fats Domino, Gary U.S. Bonds with Jeff Beck, North Mississippi All-Stars, Bobby Rush with Blind Dog Smokin', Dr. John and Humble Pie. Ya Ya!
T5214 is a 133mb 320k mp3 58:32 in length made loud to be played louder!
"walk through the fire children, then you fly through the smoke"
*The name 'Coco Robicheaux' is repeated in the song "I Walk on Gilded Splinters" from Dr. John's 1968 album, Gris-Gris,and heard here performed by Humble Pie.
Coco's real name was Curtis John Arceneaux (October 25, 1947 – November 25, 2011).
A blues musician from Louisiana, Robicheaux (claimed that he played regularly with Mac Rebennack (Dr. John) in the early 1960s, and) said: " In voodoo they call the gilded splinters the points of a planet. Mystically they appear like little gilded splinters, like little gold, like fire that holds still. They’re different strengths at different times. I guess it ties in with astrology, and influence the energy".