Video Premiere: Aaron Neville featuring Dirty Dozen Brass Band “Stomping Ground” from ‘Take Me To The River: New Orleans’

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Video Premiere: Aaron Neville featuring Dirty Dozen Brass Band “Stomping Ground” from ‘Take Me To The River: New Orleans’

On April 1, Petaluma Records will release the soundtrack to Take Me To The River: New Orleans. The documentary will explore the musical history and

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On April 1, Petaluma Records will release the soundtrack to Take Me To The River: New Orleans. The documentary will explore the musical history and cultural legacy of the city and its surroundings. Martin Shore directed the film, which is his follow-up to Take Me To The River which explored the heritage and musical influence of Memphis.

The Take Me To The River: New Orleans soundtrack album features music from Dr. John, The Neville Brothers, Big Chief Monk Boudreaux, Irma Thomas, George Porter Jr., Cyril Neville, Donald Harrison, Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah Ivan Neville, George Porter Jr., Soul Rebels, Walter Wolfman Washington, Ian Neville and many others. Today we are premiering the official video for “Stompin’ Ground” featuring Aaron Neville and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, with George Porter Jr., Ivan Neville and Eric Krasno participating as well.

Martin Shore tells Relix, “’Stompin’ Ground’ really embodies what Take Me to the River New Orleans film, record, and live show represents. Demonstrating diverse inclusive collaborations highlighting one of the world’s most important cultural jewels and music community, New Orleans!”

He adds, “The most amazing part of the ‘Stompin’ Ground’ session and the song is how seamlessly and quickly all the musicians came together, but it’s no surprise when you are talking about New Orleans music royalty under the musical direction of Producer Eric Krasno! Aaron Neville, Charles Neville, Ivan Neville, Ian Neville, George Porter Jr.,  and The Dirty Dozen Brass Band, were simply amazing. After a short rehearsal it was a one take wonder! Everybody involved was on their A-Game.”

The tracklisting for the soundtrack appears below the video.

Tracklisting:

CD ONE:

1. Cyril Neville with Voices of the Wetlands – “In Love with My NOLA”

2. Dee-1, Mannie Fresh, Big Freedia, Galactic – “Act Like You Know”

3. The Neville Brothers with Ivan Neville, Ian Neville, and George Porter Jr. – “(Hey Mama) Wild Tchoupitoulas”

4. Irma Thomas with Ledisi, featuring George Porter Jr., Eric Krasno, Ian Neville, and Ivan Neville – “I Wish Someone Would Care”

5. Dr. John and Davell Crawford – “Jock-A-Mo”

6. Soul Rebels featuring 5th Ward Weebie – “504 Enjoy Yourself”

7. Cyril Neville with Dumpstaphunk – “Street Parade”

8. PJ Morton featuring Cheeky Blakk and the New Breed Brass Band – “New Orleans Girl”

9. Aaron Neville with the Dirty Dozen Brass Band – “Stompin Ground”

10. Walter Wolfman Washington – “Funk is in the House”

11. Snoop Dogg, G-Eazy, William Bell – “Yes We Can Can”

12. Davell Crawford – “We Shall Gather at the River”

13. 79rs – “Wrong Part of Town”

14. New Orleans Drummers – “Lil Liza Jane” *

CD TWO:

1. Anders Osborne – “Improvise”  *

2. Voices of the Wetlands with Cyril Neville – “Late in the Evening” *

3. Ledisi with George Porter Jr, Ian Neville, and Ivan Neville – “Knockin” *

4. Davell Crawford – “One More Time”  *

5. Ani DiFranco with Lost Bayou Ramblers and Roots of Music – “Little Plastic Castles”  *

6. Donald Harrison with the Tipitina’s Interns – “Donald’s Tune” *

7. Dr. John – “Someone to Love”  *

8. Big Chief Monk Boudreaux with Voices of the Wetlands – “Firewater”

9. Donald Harrison and Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah – “Sand Castle Headhunters”

10. Lost Bayou Ramblers with Ani DiFranco, Walter “Wolfman” Washington, and the Roots of Music – “Blue Moon Special”

11. Donald Harrison and Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah with the Tipitina’s Interns – “When the Saints Go Marching In”

12. Irma Thomas with Cyril Neville, George Porter Jr., Ian Neville and Ivan Neville – “Carnival Time”

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