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XE-009 Louisianan Panglossian

The latest Xenotone release is a unique dub plate edition of 1. The compilation was assembled by Blake Leyh and the dub plate was cut by Mark Filip of Null Spire Labs in Seattle. More of a Late Modern Anti-Capitalist provocation than a traditional audio product, the compilation gathers ten rare cuts of New Orleans music on two12-inch 45rpm discs. The jacket art features one of Harold Fisk’s 1944 Meander Maps of the Mississippi River.

Side A-1

American Tune - John Boutté & Paul Sanchez (Stew Called New Orleans 2009)

Gumbo Heaven - Li'l Queenie (Home 2007)

Side A-2

St. James Infirmary - Danny Barker (Save The Bones 1988)

Careless Love - Lonnie Johnson (unknown source)

If I Only Had A Brain - Tom McDermott (Live phone recording ~2009)

Side B-1

Everything I Do Gonh Be Funky - Lee Dorsey (Amy Records single 1969)

That Certain Door - Snooks Eaglin (The Imperial Recordings)

People Get Ready - James Booker (Live at Tipitinas 1976)

Side B-2

We Shall Overcome - John Boutté (Scotch & Soda 1996)

Just A Closer Walk With Thee - Tom McDermott (Live in Paris 2006)

The Null Spire Labs lathe etches "American Tune" into the irreversible physical media of XE-009 Side A1


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