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Rockin & Rollin

by Bourbon Street Blues Band

New Orleans-Delta-Chicago-Blues
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Rockin & Rollin
3:39 album only
2. Mailman Passed
3:28 $1.00
3. One Sweet Letter
2:44 $1.00
4. Easy Greasy
5:06 $1.00
5. Long Hard Road
4:34 $1.00
6. Wonderful World
5:11 $1.00
7. Route 66
5:04 $1.00
8. Treat Me the Way You Do
4:23 album only
9. Island Blues
5:15 $1.00
10. Bottles & Bones
2:05 $1.00
11. I Wanna Know
4:06 $1.00
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Album Notes
The Bourbon Street Blues Band pays tribute to Blues Artist Joe Liggins Muddy Waters
Leadbelly just to name a few. New Orleans Drummer / Vocalist Kenny Sara produced and wrote 8 songs
for this CD.(Tracks 1,2,4,5,8,9,10,11). Legendary Blues man Johnny Turner starts of the
CD with a Rockin & Rollin wah wah guitar solo that lends true to old school guitar. Dina Bennett
lends her vocal chops singing a tribute to Joe Liggins One Sweet Letter. Tenor Sax Man
Jimmy Roberts brings back the ghost of Stanley Turrentine, honking a couple choruses
on Easy Greasy, I Wanna Know. Rounding out the crew Gary Fukushima plays the Hammond B3 organ, pianos
James Acore ( formerly of Royal Crowne Review) plays a hot BBish guitar solo on track 8. Doug Macaskill
Los Angeles session guitarist, plays Dobro -Slide guitar solos on tracks 2,5,7. Dan Brownfield plays cello on track 6. Sax man Robert Kyle
plays a daunting Lee Oscar like harmonica solo on track 9. Finish this off with some
good ole Gumbo- Second Line( track 11) makes a mood for a New Orleans Delta- Blues event!!

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Martin C

Great sound, Great Musicians!
Very talent musicians. Definitely give this album a try.


Rockin & Rollin
The title of this CD says it all "Rockin & Rollin". Picture this...three generations from New Orleans, at a gathering of the matriarch of the family’s house and “Rockin & Rollin” playing in the background while sipping our version of a Hurricane drink. It doesn’t get any better than that. We all enjoyed going back home listening to “Rockin & Rollin” even though we were miles away from our birth city “New Orleans.” You can only wish that you could step back in time and “Rockin & Rollin” came pretty damn close to bringing us there. Thanks Kenny.

PS Rogers/Plaza Noir

Music for the heart and soul!
If you like the blues or just fun loving music, you gonna love this CD. Kenny and his crew aim to please, and they hit their mark. Love it!!!

L Aguilar

The "Mr. Picasso" of Music!
Once again, Mr. Sara has produced another fine, quality musical work. Much can be said about Mr. Sara as a producer, director, writer, and musician but I think one word sums it up – consistency! His ability to produce consistent creative, entertaining, and quality music is just amazing! Time after time I am sure to expect nothing less than pure, creative, craftsmanship. His band has captivated audiences from all over the world. With their professionalism and longevity, this makes for a successful journey in producing quality, enjoyable music. Mr. Sara’s approach to the music has such a heartfelt passion and drive that commands his audience to partake of the same excitement. In other words, one could not sit in the presence of Mr. Sara and his band and not feel a part of the musical journey! Take for instance Island Blues, after a long hard day’s work, or a stressful day, Island Blues will take you on a journey where you can relax, let your mind soar, and drift with the cool ocean breezes on your own tropical island. What an end to a long hard day!
On another track, Long Hard Road, Mr. Sara connects with his audience by telling a story of one who experiences the “Long Hard Road” in life. It is bluesy, yet swinging, with a driving rhythmic force that mimics the “Long Hard Road” type of life. The constant smack on the snare drum (beats 2 and 4) seems to characterize that same constant “beating” that one sustains in life while trying to get back on their feet on the road to success. This he vocalizes as he tells the story. Interestingly, while the organ and background vocals add that “churchy” sermon feel in the background, Mr. Sara sums it up that faith and hope will help you get through. Do you hear the connection? A creative work indeed!
Mr. Sara has managed to put together another successful project. With his craftsmanship, creativity, hand-selected members, and professionalism, it all comes together like a beautiful work of art! I wouldn’t hesitate to call him the “Mr. Picasso” of music!