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Treme (Ost) (2012)

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Format: CD
Sku: 229527257
UPC: 011661913028
UPC 14: 00011661913028
Release Date: 4/17/2012
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. New Orleans After the City ~ Original Soundtrack
2. From the Corner to the Block ~ Original Soundtrack
3. Carved In Stone ~ Original Soundtrack
4. Sisters ~ Original Soundtrack
5. Spring Can Really Hang You Up the Most ~ Original Soundtrack
6. Heavy Henry ~ Original Soundtrack
7. Mama Roux ~ Original Soundtrack
8. What Is New Orleans ~ Original Soundtrack
9. Take It To the Street ~ Original Soundtrack
10. Road Home ~ Original Soundtrack
11. Oye, Isabel ~ Original Soundtrack
12. Long Hard Journey Home ~ Original Soundtrack
13. Carnival Time ~ Original Soundtrack
14. Danse de Mardi Gras, La - (featuring Tony Davoren/Jon Bertrand/Jesse Lege/Kelli Jones/Joel Savoy/Providence Sovereign/Linzay Young/Chas Justus/Wilson Savoy) ~ Original Soundtrack
15. Ferry Man ~ Original Soundtrack
16. Frenchmen Street Blues ~ Original Soundtrack
17. Hu Ta Nay ~ Original Soundtrack
18. You Might Be Surprised ~ Original Soundtrack
 

Album Notes and Credits


Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Audio Mixer: Blake Leyh.
Muze PNote Liner Note Author: David Simon .
Muze PNote Recording information: Chickie Wah Wah, New Orleans, LA (02/09/2011); Eunice, LA (02/09/2011); Irvin Mayfield's Jazz Playhouse (02/09/2011); Jazz Fest (02/09/2011); Maison Aka Ray's Boom Boom Room, New Orleans, LA (02/09/2011); New Orleans, LA (02/09/2011); Piety Street Recording (02/09/2011); The Chocolate Bar, New Orleans, LA (02/09/2011); The Hangar, New Orleans, LA (02/09/2011); The Howlin' Wolf, New Orleans, LA (02/09/2011); The Living Room Studios, Algiers (02/09/2011); The Ogden Museum Of Southern Art, New Orleans, LA (02/09/2011); The Prime Example, New Orleans, LA (02/09/2011); The Spotted Cat, New Orleans, LA (02/09/2011); Tipitinas, New Orleans, LA (02/09/2011); Treme (02/09/2011); Chickie Wah Wah, New Orleans, LA (02/10/2011); Eunice, LA (02/10/2011); Irvin Mayfield's Jazz Playhouse (02/10/2011); Jazz Fest (02/10/2011); Maison Aka Ray's Boom Boom Room, New Orleans, LA (02/10/2011); New Orleans, LA (02/10/2011); Piety Street Recording (02/10/2011); The Chocolate Bar, New Orleans, LA (02/10/2011); The Hangar, New Orleans, LA (02/10/2011); The Howlin' Wolf, New Orleans, LA (02/10/2011); The Living Room Studios, Algiers (02/10/2011); The Ogden Museum Of Southern Art, New Orleans, LA (02/10/2011); The Prime Example, New Orleans, LA (02/10/2011); The Spotted Cat, New Orleans, LA (02/10/2011); Tipitinas, New Orleans, LA (02/10/2011); Treme (02/10/2011); Chickie Wah Wah, New Orleans, LA (02/15/2011-04/18/2011); Eunice, LA (02/15/2011-04/18/2011); Irvin Mayfield's Jazz Playhouse (02/15/2011-04/18/2011); Jazz Fest (02/15/2011-04/18/2011); Maison Aka Ray's Boom Boom Room, New Orleans, LA (02/15/2011-04/18/2011); New Orleans, LA (02/15/2011-04/18/2011); Piety Street Recording (02/15/2011-04/18/2011); The Chocolate Bar, New Orleans, LA (02/15/2011-04/18/2011); The Hangar, New Orleans, LA (02/15/2011-04/18/2011); The Howlin' Wolf, New Orleans, LA (02/15/2011-04/18/2011); The Living Room Studios, Algiers (02/15/2011-04/18/2011); The Ogden Museum Of Southern Art, New Orleans, LA (02/15/2011-04/18/2011); The Prime Example, New Orleans, LA (02/15/2011-04/18/2011); The Spotted Cat, New Orleans, LA (02/15/2011-04/18/2011); Tipitinas, New Orleans, LA (02/15/2011-04/18/2011); Treme (02/15/2011-04/18/2011); Chickie Wah Wah, New Orleans, LA (02/16/2011); Eunice, LA (02/16/2011); Irvin Mayfield's Jazz Playhouse (02/16/2011); Jazz Fest (02/16/2011); Maison Aka Ray's Boom Boom Room, New Orleans, LA (02/16/2011); New Orleans, LA (02/16/2011); Piety Street Recording (02/16/2011); The Chocolate Bar, New Orleans, LA (02/16/2011); The Hangar, New Orleans, LA (02/16/2011); The Howlin' Wolf, New Orleans, LA (02/16/2011); The Living Room Studios, Algiers (02/16/2011); The Ogden Museum Of Southern Art, New Orleans, LA (02/16/2011); The Prime Example, New Orleans, LA (02/16/2011); The Spotted Cat, New Orleans, LA (02/16/2011); Tipitinas, New Orleans, LA (02/16/2011); Treme (02/16/2011); Chickie Wah Wah, New Orleans, LA (03/01/2011); Eunice, LA (03/01/2011); Irvin Mayfield's Jazz Playhouse (03/01/2011); Jazz Fest (03/01/2011); Maison Aka Ray's Boom Boom Room, New Orleans, LA (03/01/2011); New Orleans, LA (03/01/2011); Piety Street Recording (03/01/2011); The Chocolate Bar, New Orleans, LA (03/01/2011); The Hangar, New Orleans, LA (03/01/2011); The Howlin' Wolf, New Orleans, LA (03/01/2011); The Living Room Studios, Algiers (03/01/2011); The Ogden Museum Of Southern Art, New Orleans, LA (03/01/2011); The Prime Example, New Orleans, LA (03/01/2011); The Spotted Cat, New Orleans, LA (03/01/2011); Tipitinas, New Orleans, LA (03/01/2011); Treme (03/01/2011); Chickie Wah Wah, New Orleans, LA (03/12/2011); Eunice, LA (03/12/2011); Irvin Mayfield's Jazz Playhouse (03/12/2011); Jazz Fest (03/12/2011); Maison Aka Ray's Boom Boom Room, New Orleans, LA (03/12/2011); New Orleans, LA (03/12/2011); Piety Street Recording (03/12/2011); The Chocolate Bar, New Orleans, LA (03/12/2011); The Hangar, New Orleans, LA (03/12/2011); The Howlin' Wolf, New Orleans, LA (03/12/2011); The Living Room Studios, Algiers (03/12/2011); The Ogden Museum Of Southern Art, New Orleans, LA (03/12/2011); The Prime Example, New Orleans, LA (03/12/2011); The Spotted Cat, New Orleans, LA (03/12/2011); Tipitinas, New Orleans, LA (03/12/2011); Treme (03/12/2011); Chickie Wah Wah, New Orleans, LA (04/04/2011); Eunice, LA (04/04/2011); Irvin Mayfield's Jazz Playhouse (04/04/2011).
Muze PNote Editor: Matt Coby.
Muze PNote Photographers: Will Steacy; Johanna Raphael.
Muze PNote The first volume of Treme: Music from the HBO Original Series primarily focused on the various ways its musical traditions had been handed down in New Orleans from time immemorial to the present post-Hurricane Katrina era. Music is perhaps the primary character in Treme, what with its many voices, faces, and nuances. The story line in season two is reflected in showcasing the expanded variety of NOLA's musical universe as it is lived every night in bars, on corners, and at house parties. Here, musical traditions, histories, hybrids, competitions, and collaborations co-exist and survive, often by sheer grit and in defiance of the odds. The musical variety on volume one -- jazz, R&B, brass bands, Cajun, etc -- are all reflected here. But there's more -- check the live version of "From the Corner to the Block," by funksters Galactic with the Dirty Dozen Brass Band and rapper Juvenile. Local legend John Boutt? (one of the city's living treasures who, before the series, was mostly only known to residents). His song "Sisters" contains within it a meld of French and Italian folk music, rhythm & blues, and soulful swing. The Subdudes do their inimitable thing on "Carved in Stone." Al "Carnival Time" Johnson reprises his timeless "It's Carnival Time," backed by the Soul Apostles. Cajun Mardi Gras is celebrated by Steve Riley, Steve Earle & the Faquetaique Mardi Gras. Pianist Tom McDermott pays tribute to Henry Butler on "Heavy Henry" with killer clarinet by Evan Christopher and swinging fiddle by Lucia Micarelli. Butler shows up right after him with "Mama Roux," featuring his astonishing piano skills backed by a full band that includes George Porter. The earliest days of Storyville are given props on "Ferryman" by saxophonist Aurora Nealand & the Royal Roses. The wily party jazz king Kermit Ruffins & the Barbecue Swingers are here, as are the stomping Rebirth Brass Band, the cosmic boogie of the Radiators, and the Iguanas' swamp pop. The set nears its end with Jon Cleary's stellar solo piano and vocal blues ballad "Frenchman Street Blues"; Big Chief Donald Harrison leads an all-star group of jazz musicians, percussionists, and Clarke Peters on vocals on the Mardi Gras Indian chant "Hu-Ta-Nay." Dr. John closes it all with tenderness, using only his voice and trademark piano on "You Might Be Surprised," that sends it off on a positive, philosophical note. The second season installment of Treme: Music from the HBO Original Series is every bit as satisfying as its predecessor. ~ Thom Jurek

Producer: Blake Leyh

Engineer: Robert Bigelow

Musical Guests
Muze Guest Artist Tony Davoren
Muze Guest Artist Jon Bertrand
Muze Guest Artist Jesse Lege
Muze Guest Artist Kelli Jones
Muze Guest Artist Joel Savoy
Muze Guest Artist Providence Sovereign
Muze Guest Artist Linzay Young
Muze Guest Artist Chas Justus
Muze Guest Artist Wilson Savoy

Associated Artists and Works

California Dreams
Original Soundtrack

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 04/17/2012
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 2012
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : 6191302
Music Label Name Label : Rounder
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 1
Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Mixed
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00011661913028

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