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Dr. John And The Lower 911 - Tribal album mp3

Dr. John And The Lower 911 - Tribal album mp3
Rhythm & Blues, Bayou Funk
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Summary: Dr. John revives the Night Tripper persona for his new album Tribal, which features guest spots from Derek Trucks, Donald Harrison, and tunes by Bobby Charles and Allen Toussaint.

Iconic American musician Dr. John goes TRIBAL with the follow-up to his 2008 Grammy Award Winning release 'The City That Care Forgot' for 'Best Contemporary Blues Album. TRIBAL, featuring a track with Grammy winner Derek Trucks, is a unique spicy mix of New Orleans funk and blues with a spiritual and Native flavor with songs written by Dr John and a few of his friends - Allen Toussaint and the late Bobby Charles and joined by his ultra funky Lower 911 band of musicians.

This album has an average beat per minute of 111 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 110/112 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Dr. John & the Lower 911. City That Care Forgot.

Time For A Change (Album Version) Dr. John And The Lower 911 Ft. Eric Clapton. Keep On Goin' Dr. John And The Lower 911. 4:45. Stripped Away - Featuring Eric Clapton Dr. 3:35. Music Came Dr John And The Lower 911. 3:12. Black Gold Dr. Feel Good Music Dr John And The Lower 911. 3:23. Promises, Promises - Featuring Willie Nelson Dr. 3:42. You Might Be Surprised Dr. 3:59. Potnah Dr John And The Lower 911. 3:13. When I'm Right (I'm Wrong) Dr John And The Lower 911. 4:14.

It’s a comforting sound, one that touches the soul. His latest, Tribal, played with backing band The Lower 911, does just what we’ve come to expect from the good Doctor. A follow-up to his 2008 album, The City That Care Forgot, in which he took anger out on those who let his beloved city stand hurting, Tribal makes no secret of his continued displeasure with the state of affairs in this country. The album starts out on a positive note with Feel Good Music, a slow funk proclaiming, I’m a feel good doctor and I don’t lose/make ya feel good and ya won’t refuse.

Dr John And The Lower 911 Tribal. Dr. JOHN & The Lower 911 - Tribal (2010) 02. Lissen at Our Prayer.