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Format: CD
Sku: 205115865
UPC: 015707022521
UPC 14: 00015707022521
Release Date: 9/25/2007
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. Ain't That a Shame - John Lennon ~ Various Artists
2. I'm Walkin' - Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers ~ Various Artists
3. Goin' Home - Ivan Neville's DumpstaPhunk/B.B. King ~ Various Artists
4. Blueberry Hill - Elton John ~ Various Artists
5. My Girl Josephine - The New Orleans Social Club/Taj Mahal ~ Various Artists
6. Every Night About This Time - The Dirty Dozen Brass Band/Joss Stone/Buddy Guy ~ Various Artists
7. I Want to Walk You Home - Allen Toussaint/Paul McCartney ~ Various Artists
8. Whole Lotta Loving - Fred Wesley/Troy "Trombone Shorty" Andrews/Lenny Kravitz/Maceo Parker/Pee Wee Ellis/Rebirth Brass Band/Troy Andews ~ Various Artists
9. Don't Leave Me This Way - Dr. John ~ Various Artists
10. I'm in Love Again/All by Myself: I'm In Love Again / All By Myself - Jon Cleary/Bonnie Raitt/John Cleary ~ Various Artists
11. Please Don't Leave Me - Art Neville ~ Various Artists
12. Going to the River - Galactic/Robbie Robertson/Stanton Moore/Monk Boudreaux/Richard Vogel/Robert Mercurio ~ Various Artists
13. Blue Monday - Randy Newman ~ Various Artists
14. It Keeps Rainin' - Lil' Band O' Gold/Robert Plant/Dickie Landry/Steve Riley/Warren Storm/C.C. Adcock/David Egan/Derek Huston/David Ranson/Pat Breaux ~ Various Artists
15. One Night (Of Sin) - Corinne Bailey Rae (live) ~ Various Artists
Disc 2
Song Title
1. Walking To New Orleans - Neil Young ~ Various Artists
2. Valley of Tears - Robert Plant/The Soweto Gospel Choir ~ Various Artists
3. My Blue Heaven - Norah Jones ~ Various Artists
4. Honey Chile - Lucinda Williams ~ Various Artists
5. Rising Sun - Marc Broussard/Sam Bush ~ Various Artists
6. When I See You - Natchezippi Band/Donald Harrison/Olu Dara ~ Various Artists
7. Be My Guest - The Skatalites/Ben Harper/Lester Sterling/Vin Gordon/Karl Bryan/Phil Chen/Kevin Batchelor/Val Douglas/Devon James/Lloyd Knibbs/Ken Stewart ~ Various Artists
8. Let the Four Winds Blow - Toots & The Maytals ~ Various Artists
9. I Hear You Knockin' - Willie Nelson ~ Various Artists
10. I Just Can't Get New Orleans off My Mind - Irma Thomas/Marcia Ball ~ Various Artists
11. Don't Blame It On Me - Bruce Hornsby ~ Various Artists
12. I'm Gonna Be a Wheel Someday - George Porter, Jr./Herbie Hancock/Renard Poch?/Ziggy Modeliste ~ Various Artists
13. Fat Man, The - Los Lobos ~ Various Artists
14. So Long - Galactic/Big Chief Monk Boudreaux/Stanton Moore/Ben Ellman/Richard Vogel/Robert Mercurio/Jeff Raines ~ Various Artists
15. When the Saints Go Marching In - Preservation Hall Jazz Band/Theresa Andersson/Walter "Wolfman" Washington/Theresa Anderson ~ Various Artists
 

Album Notes and Credits


Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Personnel: Neil Young, Taj Mahal (vocals, guitar, harmonica); Norah Jones (vocals, guitar, piano); Toots Hibbert (vocals, guitar, keyboards, percussion); David Hidalgo, Lenny Kravitz, Lucinda Williams, Robbie Robertson, B.B. King, Willie Nelson, Cesar Rosas (vocals, guitar); Bonnie Raitt (vocals, slide guitar); Kevin Harris (vocals, tenor saxophone); Olu Dara (vocals, trumpet); Dr. John, Elton John, Jon Cleary, Randy Newman, Art Neville, Bruce Hornsby (vocals, piano); Big Chief Monk Boudreaux (vocals, tambourine); Corinne Bailey Rae, Irma Thomas, Joss Stone , Marc Broussard, Paul McCartney, Robert Plant, Theresa Andersson, Tom Petty, Walter "Wolfman" Washington, Ben Harper (vocals); Jan Ozveren, Jeff Raines, Davey Johnstone , Devon James, Kwatei Jones-Quartey, Mike Keller, Derwin "Big D" Perkins, Ian Neville, John Fohl, Mike Campbell , Phil Chen, Renard Poch?, Tony Hall, Anthony Brown , John Goux, Buddy Guy, C.C. Adcock, Leo Nocentelli (guitar); Court Clement (acoustic guitar, electric guitar); Doug Pettibone (electric guitar); Carl LeBlanc (banjo); Sam Bush (mandolin); Ben Ellman (harmonica, saxophone, baritone saxophone); Steve Riley (accordion); Dean Fraser, Emile Hall, Pee Wee Ellis, Sam Skelton, Steve Berlin, Bill Liston, Vincent Broussard (saxophone); Maceo Parker (alto saxophone, Fender Rhodes piano); Donald Harrison, Darryl Adams, Lester Sterling, Dickie Landry (alto saxophone); Jim Horn (tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone, hand claps); Jason Mingledorff, Thad Scott, Brent Rose, Karl Bryan, Pat Breaux, Eric Traub, Herb Hardesty (tenor saxophone); Jim Corry, Derek Huston, Alonzo Bowens, Roger Lewis, Ronnie Cuber (baritone saxophone); Troy "Trombone Shorty" Andrews (trumpet, trombone); Derrick Shezbie, Clayton Reilly, Efrem Towns, Lee King, Glen Andrews, Gregory Michael Davis II, John Brunious, Leroy Jones, Percy Williams, Kevin Batchelor (trumpet); Corey Henry, Frederic Lonzo, Fred Wesley, Stafford Agee, Vin Gordon (trombone); Matt Perrine (tuba, upright bass); Benjamin Jaffe (tuba, tambourine); Phil Frazier (tuba); Kirk Joseph (sousaphone); Benmont Tench (piano, hand claps); Marcia Ball (piano, background vocals); David Egan, Allen Toussaint, Rickie Monie (piano); Calvin Turner (celesta, Fender Rhodes piano, percussion, background vocals); Ivan Neville (Clavinet); Richard Vogel (Wurlitzer organ, keyboards); Grub Cooper (keyboards, drums, percussion); Guy Babylon (keyboards, programming); Ken Stewart, Alex Bennett, Herbie Hancock (keyboards); Steve Ferrone (drums, hand claps); Butch Norton, Sam "Blue" Agard, Larry Johnson , Corey Keller, Joseph Lastie, Jr., Herman Lebeaux, Jim Keltner, Johnny Vidacovich, Lloyd Knibbs, Louie P?rez, Nigel Olsson, Shannon Powell, Stanton Moore, Terence Higgins, Warren Storm, Chad Gilmore, Raymond Weber, Herman V. Ernest III, Ziggy Modeliste (drums); Keith "Bass Drum Shorty" Frazier (bass drum); Derrick Tabb (snare drum); Coster Massamba (congas, percussion); Monk Boudreaux (tambourine); Scott Thurston (hand claps); Sipho Ngcamu, John Mahon (percussion); Jubilee Singers Of Fisk University, Virginia Rece, Ladonna Harley Peters, Susan Harriott (background vocals).
Muze PNote Audio Mixers: Chris Finney; Ryan Ulyate; David Bendeth; Gordie Johnson; Jon Cleary; Lloyd Peterson; Mark Linett; Mike Napolitano; Wayne Pooley; Ben Mumphrey; Matt Still; Brian Scheuble; C.C. Adcock.
Muze PNote Liner Note Author: Bill Taylor .
Muze PNote Recording information: Caesar's Palace, Las Vegas, NV (05/2007); Digital Insight, Las Vegas, NV (05/2007); Edison Studio, NY (05/2007); Funk Headquarters, New Orleans, LA (05/2007); N.R.G. Recording Studios, N. Hollywood, CA (05/2007); Prairie Recording Co., Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada (05/2007); React Now Music And Relief Benefit Concert For Katrina (05/2007); Sear Sound, NY (05/2007); Studio Anchor, Kingston, Jamaica (05/2007); Studio Number C, New Orleans, LA (05/2007); T.C.M. Productions, Mill Valley, CA (05/2007); The Music Shed, New Orleans, LA (05/2007); The Nappy Dugout, New Orleans, LA (05/2007); The Tracking Room, Nashville, TN (05/2007); The Village Recorder, Los Angeles, CA (05/2007); Tipitina's (05/2007); Tossington Sound, Williamsburg, VA (05/2007); Village Recording Studios (05/2007).
Muze PNote Editor: Chris Finney.
Muze PNote Photographers: Dino Perrucci; Earl Jr. Perry; Danny Clinch.
Muze PNote Unknown Contributor Role: Linda "Peaches" Green.
Muze PNote Arranger: Jon Cleary.
Muze PNote While Allen Toussaint and Wynton Marsalis came to represent the public face of the New Orleans cultural revival after Hurricane Katrina, it was Fats Domino who may have provided the most inspiration for the troubled city. A lifelong resident of the famous Lower Ninth Ward, Domino was feared dead when his whereabouts were unknown following the disaster. Thankfully, Domino survived, insuring that far more than just his memory would serve to inspire the people of the Crescent City.
Muze PNote GOIN' HOME, a star-studded tribute to the Fat Man, arrived during the second anniversary of Katrina, and featured the likes of Tom Petty, BB King, Elton John, Willie Nelson, and Robert Plant taking on a host of Domino classics. Stand out tracks include a ska-tinged "Let the Four Winds Blow" from Toots and the Maytals, Robert Plant's gentle, slow-burning "It Keeps Raining," Neil Young's surprisingly lush "Walkin' to New Orleans," and Irma Thomas and Marcia Balls's funky, defiant "I Just Can't Get New Orleans Off My Mind." GOIN' HOME was released by Tipitina's Foundation with all proceeds going to the music programs of local public schools.

Producer: Chris Finney; Justin Tocket; Tom Overby; Dr. John; Elton John; Erik Flettrich; George Porter, Jr.; Eric Lijestrand; Henry Hirsch; John Porter; Jon Cleary; Lenny Kravitz; Lenny Waronker; Allen Toussaint; Los Lobos; Lucinda Williams; Marcia Ball; Mark Linet

Engineer: Chris Bailey; Chris Finney; Ryan Ulyate; Vanessa Parr; Nigel Burrell; Danah Lewis; Tom Corwin; David Kahne; Chris Allen; Gordie Johnson; Eric Lijestrand; Henry Hirsch; Jon Cleary; Lloyd Peterson; Mark Linett; Mike Napolitano; Ben Ellman; Matt Still

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 09/25/2007
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 2007
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : 79840
Music Label Name Label : Vanguard
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 2
Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Studio
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00015707022521

Professional Reviews

Uncut (p.113)
- 4 stars out of 5 -- "[With] performances that are uniformly affectionate, honouring the material....That makes Randy Newman's 'Blue Monday' a revelation..."

Dirty Linen (pp.53-54)
- "[The album] showcases a host of great New Orleans talent, while touching on nearly all the great New Orleans styles and featuring a raft of classic songs that have now seeped into the general consciousness but were first Domino hits."

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