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by Garrett Morris

Garrett Morris writes about real life issues and experiences growing up in New Orleans. A mix of Blues and Funk with a tinge of " the Big Easy."
Genre: Blues: Rhythm & Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Walking Down Bourbon Street (Remix)
4:25 $0.99
2. Leblanc Is Coming
3:53 $0.99
3. Do You Believe in Miracles
5:25 $0.99
4. Come Back Valentine (Remix)
4:49 $0.99
5. Storyville
6:39 $0.99
6. Livin' on Top of the World (Remix)
4:11 $0.99
7. Glad to Be an American
5:56 $0.99
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Album Notes
Garrett Morris’s career has spanned over of six decades. As an original cast member of Saturday Night Live, a soloist and arranger with the Harry Belafonte Singers, a stage performer and playwright, with numerous Broadway credits and co-staring on TV and in film including the current CBS hit series 2 Broke Girls. TUNES:
“LeBlanc Is Coming” - Le Blanc, the Urban Legend. He was the baddest detective in New Orleans, feared by all because of his imposing size and temperament. But he was not half as mean as his certifiable partner, Sapphire, a mixed martial artist who looked like Laila Ali; she’s a knockout who would knock you out! “Glad To Be An American” - Despite the present political atmosphere, I am still proud to say that I am “GladTo Be An American!” What is weird is the fact that I had this song in myhead throughout the Obama administration. Weird. “Come Back Valentine” -I dreamed that the woman I love left me. Hoping to entice her back to me I wrote a love song. I awoke to find Kimberly sleeping peacefully beside me. I realized I’d had a nightmare, and wondered if the love song, written while I was half asleep, had maybe missed the mark somehow. But I sang it to her and found out it was right on target.
“Living On Top Of The World” - I have never had a butler taking the garbage out, nor a maid wakeing me up at noonday. I’ve never had a chef cooking me breakfast in bed. But I do have some real good Kush that sends me on fantasy trips. I’ve often wondered what it would really be like to be there. - “Storyville” written by Garrett Morris and Billy Mitchell is a musical history of the red light district in turn-of-the-century New Orleans, that is universally regarded as the birthplace of Jazz. “Do You Believe I Miracles” – Well, do you?



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