Harold Battiste | Lagniappe: The 2nd 50 Years

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Lagniappe: The 2nd 50 Years

by Harold Battiste

To fully appreciate the artistry and historical significance of Lagniappe, the story of modern jazz in the Crescent City must be understood. While traditional jazz has always had its place in New Orleans culture, modern jazz has not been as fortunate.
Genre: Jazz: Contemporary Jazz
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Harold Battiste

Vocals: Johnny Adams, Tami Lynn, Phillip Manuel, & Yolanda Robinson. Drums: Herman Jackson, Adonis Rose, Ricky Sebastian, and Herman LeBeaux. Percussion: Kenyatta Simon. Bass: Roland Guerin, Donald Ramsey, and Chris Severin. Guitar: Steve Masakowski. Piano/Keyboard: Ellis Marsalis, Peter Martin, and Darryl Lavigne. Tenor Sax: Brice Winston. Alto Sax: Jesse Davis and Donald Harrison. Soprano/Alto Sax: Harold Battiste. Trumpet: Ed Anderson and Nicholas Payton.


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