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Treme: Music From The HBO Original Series: Season Two
     

Treme: Music From The HBO Original Series: Season Two

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The first volume of Treme: Music from the HBO Original Series primarily focused on the various ways its musical traditions had been handed down in New Orleans from time immemorial to the present post-Hurricane Katrina era. Music is perhaps the primary character in Treme, what with its many voices, faces, and nuances. The story line in season two is

Overview

The first volume of Treme: Music from the HBO Original Series primarily focused on the various ways its musical traditions had been handed down in New Orleans from time immemorial to the present post-Hurricane Katrina era. Music is perhaps the primary character in Treme, what with its many voices, faces, and nuances. The story line in season two is reflected in showcasing the expanded variety of NOLA's musical universe as it is lived every night in bars, on corners, and at house parties. Here, musical traditions, histories, hybrids, competitions, and collaborations co-exist and survive, often by sheer grit and in defiance of the odds. The musical variety on volume one -- jazz, R&B, brass bands, Cajun, etc -- are all reflected here. But there's more -- check the live version of "From the Corner to the Block," by funksters Galactic with the Dirty Dozen Brass Band and rapper Juvenile. Local legend John Boutté (one of the city's living treasures who, before the series, was mostly only known to residents). His song "Sisters" contains within it a meld of French and Italian folk music, rhythm & blues, and soulful swing. The Subdudes do their inimitable thing on "Carved in Stone." Al "Carnival Time" Johnson reprises his timeless "It's Carnival Time," backed by the Soul Apostles. Cajun Mardi Gras is celebrated by Steve Riley, Steve Earle & the Faquetaique Mardi Gras. Pianist Tom McDermott pays tribute to Henry Butler on "Heavy Henry" with killer clarinet by Evan Christopher and swinging fiddle by Lucia Micarelli. Butler shows up right after him with "Mama Roux," featuring his astonishing piano skills backed by a full band that includes George Porter. The earliest days of Storyville are given props on "Ferryman" by saxophonist Aurora Nealand & the Royal Roses. The wily party jazz king Kermit Ruffins & the Barbecue Swingers are here, as are the stomping Rebirth Brass Band, the cosmic boogie of the Radiators, and the Iguanas' swamp pop. The set nears its end with Jon Cleary's stellar solo piano and vocal blues ballad "Frenchman Street Blues"; Big Chief Donald Harrison leads an all-star group of jazz musicians, percussionists, and Clarke Peters on vocals on the Mardi Gras Indian chant "Hu-Ta-Nay." Dr. John closes it all with tenderness, using only his voice and trademark piano on "You Might Be Surprised," that sends it off on a positive, philosophical note. The second season installment of Treme: Music from the HBO Original Series is every bit as satisfying as its predecessor.

Product Details

Release Date:
04/17/2012
Label:
Rounder / Umgd
UPC:
0011661913028
catalogNumber:
619130
Rank:
21746

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Dr. John   Piano,Vocals
Steve Earle   Guitar
Henry Butler   Piano,Vocals
Ron Carter   Bass
David Torkanowsky   Piano
Paul Sanchez   Guitar
John Gilbert   Saxophone
Kermit Ruffins   Trumpet,Vocals
Carl Allen   Drums
Stafford Agee   Trombone
Steve Amedee   Tambourine,Background Vocals
Camile Baudoin   Guitar
Frank Bua   Drums
Joe Cabral   Saxophone
Tyrus Chapman   Trombone,Background Vocals
Jon Cleary   Piano,Vocals
Rene Coman   Bass
Tim Cook   Bass,Background Vocals
Gregory Davis   Trumpet
Philip Frazier   Sousaphone
Donald Harrison   Percussion,Saxophone,Vocals
Corey Henry   Trombone
Rod Hodges   Guitar,Vocals
Herman Jackson   Drums
Kirk Joseph   Sousaphone
Juvenile   Vocals
Roger Lewis   Baritone Saxophone
John Magnie   Accordion,Background Vocals
Tom McDermott   Piano
Kevin Morris   Bass
George Porter   Bass
Steve Riley   Accordion,Vocals
Alfred "Uganda" Roberts   Percussion
Reggie Scanlan   Bass
Jim Spake   Saxophone
Efrem Towns   Trumpet
Ed Volker   Keyboards,Vocals
Kevin Wimmer   Fiddle
Doug Garrison   Drums
Evan Christopher   Clarinet
Tommy Malone   Vocals
Raymond Weber   Drums
John Boutté   Vocals
Kevin Harris   Saxophone
Clarke Peters   Vocals
Stanton Moore   Drums
Ben Ellman   Saxophone
Cornell Williams   Bass
Lance Ellis   Saxophone
Dave Malone   Guitar,Background Vocals
Robert Mercurio   Bass
Jeffrey Raines   Guitar
Richard Vogel   Keyboards
Derrick Freeman   Drums
Terence Higgins   Drums
Kerry Hunter   Snare Drums
Richard Knox   Keyboards
Vincent Broussard   Saxophone
Steve Zahn   Vocals
Mark Braud   Trumpet
Harry Cook   Bass Drums
Tim Green   Saxophone
Lucia Micarelli   Violin
Brent Rose   Saxophone
André Bohren   Drums
Eric Frey   Triangle
Jeremy Saxon   Guitar
Leon "Kid Chocolate" Brown   Trumpet
Alvarez "Big Al" Huntley   Trumpet
Bennie Pete   Sousaphone
Michiel Huisman   Guitar
Brice Miller   Trumpet
"Carnival Time" Johnson   Vocals
Emma Young   Bass
Anthony Richardson   Rubboard
Brian Coogan   Piano,Background Vocals
Matthew Bell   Guitar,Background Vocals
Mario Abney   Trumpet
Aurora Nealand   Saxophone,Vocals
Keith Frazier   Bass Drums
Julian Gosin   Trumpet
James "Jimbo" Walsh   Guitar
Davis Rogan   Keyboards
Chadrick Honore   Trumpet
Jacob Eckert   Guitar
Samuel Cyrus   Snare Drums
Rob Brown   Vocals
Raymond Williams   Trumpet
Nathan Lambertson   Bass,Background Vocals
Michael Watson   Trombone,Background Vocals
Jim Messa   Guitar
Gregory Veals   Trombone,Trumpet
Edward Jackson   Trombone
Altonio "Ace Boogie" Jackson   Vocals
Vasti Johnson   Guitar
Thaddeus Richard   Keyboards
Terrell Batiste   Trumpet

Technical Credits

Dr. John   Composer
Henry Butler   Composer
Paul Sanchez   Composer
Mark Bingham   Engineer
Kermit Ruffins   Composer
Stafford Agee   Composer
Jon Cleary   Composer
Philip Frazier   Composer
Chris George   Engineer
Donald Harrison   Composer
Martin Kibbee   Composer
Lumar LeBlanc   Composer
Tom McDermott   Composer
Derrick Moss   Composer
Ed Volker   Composer
Tommy Malone   Composer
Tommy Wolf   Composer
Johnson   Composer
John Boutté   Composer
Stanton Moore   Composer
Ben Ellman   Composer
Winston Turner   Composer
Tannon Williams   Composer
Fran Landesman   Composer
Robert Bigelow   Engineer
Blake Leyh   Producer
Robert Mercurio   Composer
Richard Vogel   Composer
Traditional   Composer
Jeff Raines   Composer
Terius Gray   Composer
Daniel Majorie   Engineer
Wesley Fontenot   Engineer
Larissa Collins   Art Direction
David Simon   Liner Notes,Executive Producer
Nina K. Noble   Executive Producer
Alvarez "Big Al" Huntley   Composer
Bennie Pete   Composer
Aurora Nealand   Composer
Keith Frazier   Composer
Erion Williams   Composer
Eric Overmyer   Executive Producer
Davis Rogan   Composer
Bruce Litecky   Engineer
Chadrick Honore   Composer
Marcus Hubbard   Composer
Sofia Chang   Marketing
Robert Gilbert Hodges   Composer
Raymond Williams   Composer
Josh Goodstadt   Marketing
Gregory Veals   Composer
Edward Lee   Composer
David Kunian   Track Notes
Terrell Batiste   Composer

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