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Dave Bartholomew Carnival Day
From the end of the 1940s, amazingly heady with New Orleans traditions and innovativeness, a riotous blend of heavily syncopated Caribbean rhythms and laid-back Southern swagger.



Lincoln Chase I Love Your Many Ways
Nuts, jazzy exotica, with driving percussion, and vocals unhinged in lust. The flip is an infectious, shuffling rhythm and blues dancer, and paean to Lincoln's new beloved... a monkey.




Clarence Garlow New Bon Ton Roulay
Thumping Cajun rhythm-and-blues rumba.







Zilla Mayes Calypso Blues
Two sparkling, evocative versions of the Nat King Cole: Zilla, the blues and gospel singer from Atlanta, from a 1961 LP; and Ray Johnson from New Orleans (the brother of Plas Johnson), for Aladdin in 1957.






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