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Before making his name as a major New Orleans pianist, Dr. John was known as Mac Rebennack, a successful session guitarist who was forced to find a new instrument after being accidentally shot in t...

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Songs The Cramps Taught Us Vol. 3 als CD, mit Tracklist und weiteren Infos Jun 07, 2019 · FILE - In this April 26, 2008 file photo, Dr. John performs during the 2008 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival in New Orleans. The family of the Louisiana-born musician known as Dr. John says the celebrated singer and piano player who blended black and white musical influence with a hoodoo-infused stage persona and gravelly bayou drawl, has died. Jun 09, 2019 · Rebennack went on to serve the toughest of apprenticeships, playing all kinds of long and arduous live sets many nights a week, writing, arranging, and discovering musical talent. His early work is characterized by his sideman status alongside artists such as his cousin Jerry Byrne and ensemble instrumentals such as Storm Warning. I should also mention the cast of supporting players here, if only to emphasize the weight these cats held in the world of Los Angeles rock and roll. Hammering the piano and Hammond organ are none other than the holy quadrumvirate of Leon Russell, Spooner Oldham, Booker T. Jones, and Mac Rebennack. A family statement released by his publicist says Dr. John, who was born Mac Rebennack, died early Thursday of a heart attack. ... (including the 1959 instrumental "Storm Warning"). He also worked ...

Dr John, the flamboyant New Orleans singer-pianist whose hoodoo-drenched music made him the summarising figure of the grand Crescent City R&B/rock 'n' roll tradition has died of a heart attack at age 77. 'Towards the break of day June 6, iconic music legend Malcolm John Rebennack, Jr., known as Dr ... Jun 09, 2019 · “The atom shall work for peace…” Soviet poster promoting the benefits of nuclear power. • RIP Mac Rebennack aka Dr. John Creaux, The Night Tripper. Dan Auerbach remembers the man whose return to funky form, Locked Down, he produced in 2012. Elsewhere, Michael Hurtt details Mac Rebennack’s ... Dr. John, Soundtrack: The Princess and the Frog. Dr. John was born on November 21, 1940, in New Orleans, Louisiana, as Malcolm Rebbenack. At 13 he decided to become a musician, and was supported by his family, who themselves were musicians in a small way. Nov 26, 2014 · All schools in the Parsippany school district are closed Wednesday, Nov. 26 in an anticipation of a November nor'easter that could wallop the area. Style sheets are disabled or not working. ... Dr John Plays Mac Rebennack ... with wonderfully smooth quiet storm arrangements offsetting the deeply soulful vocals he ...