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Dr. John

Year: 1995

Runtime: 00:55:55

Dr. Johns distinctive brand of "voodoo" blues, combining his inventive piano playing, gravely voice and the pure essence of New Orleans, has made him both a much-admired and much-loved character in a career that stretches over 40 years. Dr. John has graced the Montreux stage on six occasions. He decided that this concert from 1995 was the one he most wanted to see released in our Live At Montreux series. It is an exceptional performance and includes classic tracks such as Iko Iko and Right Place, Wrong Time.

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Rock, Blues, Jazz

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Blues, Jazz, Singer Songwriter, Rock, Classic Rock, Pop, Vocal, R&B, Soul

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