Desitively Bonnaroo is a 1974 album by New Orleans rhythm and blues legend Dr. John. The album was produced by Allen Toussaint and features sizable musical support from The Meters. The album mines the territory featured on his previous album In The Right Place. This album spent eight weeks on the Billboard 200 charts, peaking at on June 1, 1974. The Bonnaroo Music Festival was named after the album title, after the festival's founders looked through old albums for inspiration.
Desitively Bonnaroo (LP, Album). A very underrated album from the good Doctor. His career is split between the voodoo psych madness of his first 4 LPs up to the Gumbo album and the laid back New Orleans funk of the rest of his work after his hit Right Place Wrong Time, which became something of an albatross round his neck as he seemed doomed to try and repeat it's success. This was his follow up to the break through In The Right Place album and it unfortunately sank without trace despite being a superior set of tunes
Album: Desitively Bonnaroo Released in: 1974 Label: Atco Length: 2:34 Info: More Dr. John More George Porter Jr. More from the album "Desitively Bonnaroo".
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Album Name Desitively Bonnaroo. Дата релиза 08 Апрель 1974. 11. Go Tell the People. 12. Desitively Bonnaroo.
Released in 1974, Desitively Bonnaroo was an album which hewed very close in both style and substance to its predecessor, 1973's In the Right Place, which is hardly surprising when one considers that In the Right Place remains to this day Dr. John's most successful album on the Billboard Top 200, hitting Unfortunately, lightning didn't exactly strike twice, or at least not in the exact same location: Desitively Bonnaroo still charted, but despite featuring arrangements and accompaniment from Allen Toussaint and quite a lot of contributions from The Meters, it only made it . .
Features Song Lyrics for Dr. John's Desitively Bonnaroo album. Go Tell the People Lyrics. 9. Desitively Bonnaroo Lyrics. Dr. John Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.