Mr. Zanzibar | I've Got to Get Back

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I've Got to Get Back

by Mr. Zanzibar

Recorded in New Orleans by some of the city's finest musicians, this is a joyous celebration of New Orleans and its music
Genre: Blues: New Orleans Blues
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Personnel:
John "Papa" Gros, lead vocal and piano
Marc Stone, rhythm guitar
Alonzo Johnson Jr, bass
Jeffery “Jellybean” Alexander, drums
Jason Mingledorff, tenor & baritone saxes and horn arrangement
Mark Mullins, trombone
Barney Floyd trumpet
Hank Linderman, lead guitar
Irene Sage and Amanda Walker, background vocals

Words and music by Tom Lerner (The Other Woman Music/BMI)
Recorded and mixed March 22-23, 2012 at Axistudio, Metairie, LA
Arranged and produced by Tom Lerner
Engineered by Misha Kachkachishvili
Artwork by Chrissa Kobrin
Contact: theotherwomanmusic@ca.rr.com



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Jamie T. Slim

Listen up!
You don't have to love New Orleans to love this tune (though if you do, you surely will). Skillfully written lyrics, the irresistible Papa John Gros on piano and vocal, and a strong sweet infectious groove. After just a couple of plays it was already running in my head and I was humming it later: the mark of a well-written tune. A paean to NOLA and its people, it could easily become the unofficial anthem of New Orleans (or maybe even the official one!). Don't be surprised if this one goes viral. Hoping for more from Tom Lerner.

Maurice

Makes me want to go to NOLA!
Mr. Zanzibar has captured the sound, feel and spirit of New Orleans in this incredibly well written, produced and performed tribute. I spent 4 fantastic days there years a go stranded with a band, listening to live gigs day and night. Now, I've got to get back!!