New Orleans - Recipe for Cultural Gumbo CD
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Take a vacation without leaving home. Bring the sounds of New Orleans home to you.

New Orleans, Louisiana's cultural epicenter, has historically served as a gateway to the mighty Mississippi River for travelers and traders, and as a melting pot for French, Spanish, African, Caribbean and American traditions. Blended from a rare mix of worldly elements, the Big Easy has a style and a sound that's truly unique. For most, New Orleans music means only jazz, R&B, or zydeco, however, this collection offers a welcome introduction to the many musical ingredients that exude the flavor of this magnificent city.

Song Titles:
"Mardi Gras Mambo" - Cubanismo
"South Rampart Street Parade" - Al Hirt
"Calinda" - Clifton Chenier
"Ain't Misbehavin" - Kermit Ruffins (From the album Swing This!)
"Zydeco Boogaloo" - Buckwheat Zydeco
"Louisian-i-a" - Dr. Michael White (From the album A Song For George Lewis)
"Stardust" - Los Hombres Calientes (From the album Los Hombres Calientes)
"Bunny Bread" - Sunpie & The Louisiana Sunspots (From the album Sunpie)
"Ja-Ka-Mo-Fi-Na-Hay" - Dr. John
"A Closer Walk With Thee" - Pete Fountain
"Go To The Mardi Gras" - Professor Longhair
"When The Saints Go Marchin' In" - Sweet Emma And Her Preservation Hall Jazz Band

This CD is part of the National Geographic's Destination Series and includes artist's bibliographies and a foldout map of the city with historical points of interest.