||New Orleans Rhythm & Blues, Vol. 3 CD (1995) |
James Rivers CD discography BEST OF NEW ORLEANS RHYTHM & BLUES includes songs from Rivers' late-'70s studio LPs.
Includes liner notes by Jeff Hannusch.
Personnel: James Rivers (horns); Leo Nocentelli, Steve Hughes, Walter Washington, David Douglas, Daryl Johnson, ...
||Let It Burn CD (2012) |
James Rivers albums One of the gospel-blues scene's best-kept secrets for over a decade, Texan singer/songwriter Ruthie Foster finally achieved some long-overdue mainstream recognition when her 2009 sixth studio effort, The Truth According to Ruthie ...
||Mercernary CD (2006)
James Rivers songs For as much as Dr. John is associated with New Orleans R&B, he's logged plenty of miles roaming through the Great American Songbook. On MERCERNARY, he manages to bring the two worlds ...
||Wonderful World of Jazz/Evolution CDs (2007) |
James Rivers music CDs Collectables presents a surprisingly logical double reissue of two great Atlantic albums by pianist, composer, arranger and bandleader John Lewis. The Wonderful World of Jazz was originally released in 1960; Evolution (the ...
||Tan Canary: New Orleans Soul 1973-1981 CDs (2007) |
James Rivers CD discography 2010 two CD collection from the late great Soul vocalist. This release offers listeners the chance to hear the music that Johnny recorded in New Orleans, mainly during the late 1970s, in ...
||New Orleans Rhythm & Blues, Vol. 1 CD (1995)
James Rivers albums The title is a bit misleading. BEST OF NEW ORLEANS RHYTHM & BLUES, VOLUME 1 is essentially Johnny Adams' album of soul covers. Adams was, of course, born in New Orleans, and ...
||Maestropiece CD (2000) |
James Rivers discography Wardell & His Slammin' Big Band includes: Wardell Quezergue (arranger).
Recorded at Sound Services recording Studios, New Orleans, Louisiana.
Personnel: Nick Daniels (vocals); James Rivers (alto saxophone, tenor saxophone); Joe Saulsbury, Jr., Michael ...
||New Orleans Rhythm & Blues, Vol. 2 CD (1995) |
James Rivers CD discography Includes liner notes by Jeff Hannusch.
Personnel: Walter "Wolfman" Washington (vocals, guitar).
Liner Note Author: Jeff Hannusch.
Personnel: Walter "Wolfman" Washington (vocals, guitar); Leo Nocentelli, Steve Hughes, David Douglas, Daryl Johnson, Teddy Royal, Jimmy ...
||Come On: The Complete Imperial Recordings CD (2003) |
James Rivers music CDs Liner Note Author: Jeff Hannusch.
Recording information: 10/27/1960-11/20/1962.
Arrangers: Earl King; Wardell Quezergue.
Come On: The Complete Imperial Recordings chronicles guitarist Earl King's brief affiliation with the label between 1960 and 1962. New Orleans R&B ...
||Especially For You CD (1993) |
James Rivers discography Original LP issued by Hep' Me records.
This CD contains 14 tracks.
Personnel: Bobby Powell (piano, organ); David Douglas, Walter "Wolfman" Washington (guitar); James Rivers (horns); Dr. John (piano, organ); Raymond Jones (piano); Raymond ...
||Performance CD (1993) |
James Rivers songs Johnny Adams, for way too long the best kept secret in soul and R&B, recorded this set for the tiny Southern label Hep Me sometime in the late '70s, before he moved ...
||Snag-A-Tooth Jeanie CD (1996) |
Huey "Piano" Smith & His Clowns left Ace Records in 1960 and began recording for Imperial. The group released eight tracks on four singles in 1961: "The Little Moron"/"Someone to Love" (5721), ...
James Rivers Songs
Popular or famous James Rivers music songs: Smokey the Funky Soprano, Ole', Pt. 1, Southern Comfort, Ball of Funk, Mona Lisa, Summertime. More music songs Whenever You Want My Love, Funky Too, Wake Up Little Girl, Second Line, Thrill Me, Keep It Coming, Take It All. More music songs Baby What You Want Me to Do. See All Songs
|Member Name||Worked With|
|Daryl Johnson||Bob Dylan, Emmylou Harris, Peter Gabriel, Daniel Lanois, Neville Brothers, Vic Chesnutt, Sarah Clarke, David Phelps|
|Raymond Jones||Johnny Adams, Diana Ross, Nona Hendryx, Sister Sledge, Chic, Roberta Flack, Debbie Harry, Donny Hathaway, Miles Jaye|
|Amadee Castenell||Dr. John, Johnny Adams, Debbie Davies, Otis Grand, Allen Toussaint, Walter "Wolfman" Washington, Crescent City Gold, Larry Hamilton, Wallace Johnson|
|James Black||Johnny Adams, Finger Eleven, Ellis Marsalis, Selena Cross, Belinda Emmett, Yusef Lateef, May Blitz, Walter "Wolfman" Washington, Germaine Bazzle|
|Wardell Quezergue||Johnny Adams, Dr. John, King Floyd, Frankie Ford, Mighty Diamonds, Jackie Moore, Aaron Neville, Professor Longhair, Ted Taylor|
|Steve Hughes||Johnny Adams, Ann Armstrong, Chocolate Milk, R.W. Hampton, Hard-Ons, LaBelle, John Mayall, Walter "Wolfman" Washington, Mighty Diamonds|
|James Rivers||Johnny Adams, Dr. John, Ruthie Foster, John Lewis, Wardell & His Slammin' Big Band, Walter "Wolfman" Washington, Earl King, Bobby Powell, Huey "Piano" Smith|
|Ken "Afro" Williams|
|Edward "Kid" Jordan|
|Sam Henry||Johnny Adams, Napalm Beach, Sugar Pie DeSanto, Mt. Hood Jazz Band, Aaron Neville, Poison Idea, George Porter, Jr, Wardell & His Slammin' Big Band|
|Walter Payton||Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Johnny Adams, Harry Connick, Jr., New Orleans Ragtime Orchestra, Nicholas Payton, Walter "Wolfman" Washington, Yockamo All-Stars, Chuck Carbo, Bill Deraime|
|David Douglas||Johnny Adams, Relient K, John Vanderslice, Bar Kokhba, Fats Domino, Masada, Tommy Ridgley, Walter "Wolfman" Washington, Bobby Powell|
|Teddy Royal||Johnny Adams, LaBelle, Mighty Diamonds, Dorothy Moore, Walter "Wolfman" Washington, Wild Tchoupitoulas, James Cotton, James Cotton Blues Band, Allen Toussaint|
|Jimmy Moliere||Johnny Adams, Walter "Wolfman" Washington|
|Nancy Fisher||Johnny Adams, Walter "Wolfman" Washington|
Johnny Adams, Dr. John, John Lewis, Ruthie Foster, Wardell & His Slammin' Big Band, Walter "Wolfman" Washington
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