John Boutte | At the Foot of Canal Street

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At the Foot of Canal Street

by John Boutte

New Orleans Jazz and Americana Music, with the original version of Sisters and at the Foot of Canal St ,composed by John Boutte and Paul Sanchez.
Genre: Jazz: New Orleans Jazz
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1. Battle Hymn of the Republic
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2. Black Orpheus
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3. A Change Is Gonna Come
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4. Sisters
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5. Some to Watch Over Me
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6. Didn't It Rain
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7. This Masquerade Is Over
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8. Just a Little While to Stay Here
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9. At the Foot of Canal Street
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10. All These Things
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11. If I Had My Life to Live Over
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12. Milton
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Album Notes
Walk down the tree-lined streets of New Orleans’ Faubourg Marigny neighborhood on a hot sultry night, and chances are you’ll hear John Boutte’s voice floating out of one of the area’s trendy nightspots. Perhaps he’ll be singing soulful versions of Sam Cooke’s "A Change Is Gonna Come" or Annie Lennox’s "Why," or maybe it’ll be one of the bayou-blended tunes he’s co-authored with Paul Sanchez, his pal in the Marigny. Whatever the song, its soulfulness will stop you in your tracks, for Boutte lives and breathes the heart and soul of New Orleans. Born into a large Creole family that goes back seven generations in Louisiana, he was exposed to music early in life, soaking up New Orleans jazz, soul, blues and gospel, then adding his own Creole traditions along the way. Today, Boutte works with a wonderful amalgam of styles -- from torchy jazz to aching soul and African-American gospel -- all convincingly delivered


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