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Cover will start to show ring wear. VG: More wear and significant surface noise. This article about a blues musician from the United States is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. This article about a United States guitarist is a stub. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. John performed "My Buddy" at the funeral of his close friend and collaborator Doc Pomus.
His movie credits included Martin Scorsese 's documentary The Last Waltz , in which he joined the Band for a performance of his song "Such a Night", the Beatles-inspired musical "Sgt. His version of the Donovan song " Season of the Witch " was also featured in this movie and on the soundtrack. In , he performed the song " Cruella de Ville " during the end credits of the film Dalmatians. He wrote and performed the score for the film version of John Steinbeck's Cannery Row released in John was also featured in several video and audio blues and New Orleans piano lessons published by Homespun Tapes.
Between July and September , Dr. In , he appeared on the charity single version of Lou Reed 's " Perfect Day ". In the same year, he played piano on the Spiritualized song "Cop Shoot Cop Frontman Jason Pierce , a fan of Dr. John's music, reciprocated by guesting on Dr. He recorded the live album Trippin' Live with drummer Herman V. This was for the relief of Hurricane Katrina victims, following the devastation of his hometown of New Orleans. On May 12, , Dr. He performed the opening theme music to the PBS children's program Curious George , broadcast since On July 30, , Dr.
John performed the theme music to the Fox drama K-Ville. In January , Dr. John sang the opening tune, " Down in New Orleans ". On May 13, , Dr. The name of the festival was taken from the Dr. John album, Desitively Bonnaroo. The Los Angeles Times said that it showed Dr. John "exiting a period of relative creative stagnation by creating something magical, the embodiment of everything he's done but pushed in a clear new direction".
It won a Grammy Award, as did Auerbach for producing it. John described the inspiration of the album as Louis Armstrong coming to him in a dream and telling him "do my music your way". The Los Angeles Times said, "Tribute albums come and go, but it's a real rarity that can snap a listener to attention like Dr.
John's new salute to jazz founding father Louis Armstrong. John and an all-star band which included event producer Don Was on bass. John re-envisions "Let 'Em In" as a laconic come on, an invitation to party or maybe something more, once a few more glasses have been raised", wrote Something Else. Foo Fighters ' Dave Grohl interviewed Dr. John's given name ", wrote a Decider reviewer.
From to , Dr. John: Celebrating Mac and his Music , was released. In , Members of Dr. On November 1, , Dr. John Day in the City of New Orleans for the fact that he "rose to international recognition for his musical funkitude in performing, writing and producing. John for "embodying the culture of the state from New Orleans to the Bayou. John's birth date was corrected in when his hometown newspaper, The Times-Picayune , discovered in their records that he was actually born on November 20, , as opposed to the commonly listed November 21, He added a year to his age as an underage prodigy with a local hit, so he could get into gigs.
John had a heroin addiction; however, in December , he completed his final rehabilitation stint with the help of Narcotics Anonymous and remained clean the rest of his life. John was married twice and told the New York Times that he had "a lot" of children.
On June 6, , Dr. John died of a heart attack. In May Rebennack received an honorary doctorate of fine arts from Tulane University. Sources:   . Sources:  . Sources: . Source: from the 2, credits listed by AllMusic . Source: . From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. John Format: Vinyl. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions Price.
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