Something Inside of Me playlist for 08/31/2013

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Tee Nah Nah
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Junker Blues
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The Fat Man
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Tipitina
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The Banjo
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Mr. Jelly Lord
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Dead Man Blues
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Original Jelly Roll Blues
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No Special Rider Blues
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Stendahl Stomp
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Tremblin' Blues
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Do you Know What It Means To Miss New Orleans
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When the Saints Go Marching In
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Hometown New Orleans
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Skit Skat
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Somebody Done Changed the Lock on my Door
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Big Chief
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Rum and Coke
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Go To the Mardi Gras
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I'm Walkin'
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Blueberry Hill
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Ain't That a Shame
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Hard Times
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Honey I Miss You
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I'm Through Dealing
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Rockin' Pneumonia and the Boogie Woogie Flu
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Hey Pocky A-Way
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Another Blues Stringer
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My Children
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Working in the Coal Mine
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Sweet Touch of Love
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Let Them Talk
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Intro P. 4
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Song For Mother P. 4
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Just a Closer Walk with Thee
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Sick and Tired
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On the Q-Tee
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In the Beginning
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Buddy Bolden's Blues
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Booker Time (Tribute to James Booker)
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Let 'em Roll
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This was my last show for WKCR so I decided to a special broadcast on the history of New Orleans piano music. Moving chronologically through time starting with Louis Moreau Gottschalk (1829-1869) and ending with Henry Butler (1949 - present), I tried to touch on all of the most famous piano players to come out of New Orleans including Jelly Roll Morton, Professor Longhair, Fats Dominio, and Dr. John.

The New Orleans piano style has been a particular interest of mine since joining KCR. I've interviewed both Allen Toussaint and Henry Butler on the program Something Inside of Me during my time here, and I've been playing New Orleans style piano since I was ten years old.

Hope you enjoyed the show!

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