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Oh, My Nola - Harry Connick Jr.

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best jazzFresh from his work on Broadway in Pajama Game, Harry Connick returned to the roots of New Orleans and took a few albums in tribute to his hometown. Released the same day on the same subject, but mostly instrumental Chanson du Vieux Carre, Oh, My Nola Album is a loose, easy swing that included the best Connick. It is the legacy of magical music to New Orleans "with well-chosen covers peppered with the original. Although he wrote only four titles, at least one of them:" All these people is a prominent - a mid-tempo elegy immediately after Hurricane Katrina, with large contributions Gospel great Kim Burrell. When it comes to blankets, Connick chose tracks that either originated in New Orleans or found particular resonance there. The funky, long live the "classic work of Allen Toussaint to participate in a Coal Mine" opens the CD reflects the feeling of things, but more fun is a field-left appears to have - you'll never think of "Hello Dolly" in the same way after listening to the version you find here.

Track Listing
1. Working In A Coal Mine
2. Won't You Come Home, Bill Bailey ?
3. Something You Got
4. Let Them Talk
5. Jambalaya (On the Bayou)
6. Careless Love
7. All These People (Original Recording)
8. Yes We Can
9. Someday
10. Oh , My Nola - (Original Recording)
11. Elijah Rock
12. Sheik of Araby
13. Lazy Bones
14. We Make A Lot Of Love - (Original Recording)
15. Hello Dolly
16. Do Dat Thing - (Original Recording)

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