In memoriam. Mac Rebennack November 20th 1941 - June 6th 2019. Executive producer Malcolm Mills met Mac in 2012 to hear from the horse's mouth why he wanted to make this record, and told him 'Louis Armstrong visited me in a dream and all he said was 'do my music your way' - that's all he said. That was the whole fuckin' dream'. So that was that. Who could refuse? Mac was pleased to have his dream realised and pass the torch, fuelled by his own funknology, because he was born and grew up in the 3rd Ward of New Orleans - exactly where Louis Armstrong lit the flame. This limited-edition vinyl album is released on the first anniversary of Mac's passing to commemorate the lives of Mac Rebennack and Louis Armstrong without both of whom, the path of our musical discovery would have been very poorly lit.
In memoriam. Mac Rebennack November 20th 1941 - June 6th 2019. Executive producer Malcolm Mills met Mac in 2012 to hear from the horse's mouth why he wanted to make this record, and told him 'Louis Armstrong visited me in a dream and all he said was 'do my music your way' - that's all he said. That was the whole fuckin' dream'. So that was that. Who could refuse? Mac was pleased to have his dream realised and pass the torch, fuelled by his own funknology, because he was born and grew up in the 3rd Ward of New Orleans - exactly where Louis Armstrong lit the flame. This limited-edition vinyl album is released on the first anniversary of Mac's passing to commemorate the lives of Mac Rebennack and Louis Armstrong without both of whom, the path of our musical discovery would have been very poorly lit.
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Ske Dat De Dat - The Spirit Of Satch [LP]
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1. What a Wonderful World featuring Nicholas Payton and The Blind Boys Of Alabama
2. Mack the Knife featuring Terence Blanchard and Mike Ladd
3. Tight Like This featuring Arturo Sandoval and Telmary
4. I've Got the World On A String featuring Bonnie Raitt
5. Gut Bucket Blues featuring Nicholas Payton
6. Sometimes I Feel Like a Motherless Child featuring Anthony Hamilton
7. That's My Home featuring Wendell Brunius and The McCrary Sisters
8. Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen featuring Ledesi and The McCrary Sisters
9. Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams featuring Terence Blanchard and The Blind Boys of Alabama 1
10. Dippermouth Blues featuring James 12 Andrews 1
11. Sweet Hunk of Trash featuring Shemekia Copeland 1
12. Memories of You featuring Arturo Sandoval 1
13. When You're Smiling (The Whole World Smiles With You) featuring Dirty Dozen Brass Band

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In memoriam. Mac Rebennack November 20th 1941 - June 6th 2019. Executive producer Malcolm Mills met Mac in 2012 to hear from the horse's mouth why he wanted to make this record, and told him 'Louis Armstrong visited me in a dream and all he said was 'do my music your way' - that's all he said. That was the whole fuckin' dream'. So that was that. Who could refuse? Mac was pleased to have his dream realised and pass the torch, fuelled by his own funknology, because he was born and grew up in the 3rd Ward of New Orleans - exactly where Louis Armstrong lit the flame. This limited-edition vinyl album is released on the first anniversary of Mac's passing to commemorate the lives of Mac Rebennack and Louis Armstrong without both of whom, the path of our musical discovery would have been very poorly lit.