Various - New Orleans Party Classics
|1||–The Rebirth Brass Band||Do Whatcha Wanna - Pt. 3|
Written-By – Rebirth Brass Band
|2||–Neville Brothers||Dancin' Jones|
Written-By – Sembello, Leiber/Stoller, Palladino
|3||–Huey "Piano" Smith & The Clowns||Don't You Just Know It|
Lead Vocals – Bobby MarchanWritten-By – Smith, Vincent
Written-By – Toussaint, Tyler, Matassa
|5||–'Lil' Bob & The Lollipops||I Got Loaded|
Conductor, Drums, Vocals – Camille BobWritten-By – Bob
|6||–Dr. John||Iko Iko|
Written-By – Crawford
|7||–Professor Longhair||Big Chief - Pt. 1|
Vocals, Whistling – Earl KingWritten-By – Gaines, Quezergue
|8||–The Dirty Dozen Brass Band||Li'l Liza Jane|
Written-By – DeLachau
|9||–The Hawketts||Mardi Gras Mambo|
Conductor – Art NevilleWritten-By – Adams, Elliot, Welsch
|10||–Frankie Ford||Sea Cruise|
Written-By – Smith
|11||–Professor Longhair||Go To The Mardi Gras|
Guitar – Dr. JohnWritten-By – Byrd, Terry
|12||–Al Johnson||Carnival Time|
Written-By – Johnson, Ruffino
|13||–Neville Brothers||Hey Pocky Way|
Written-By – Neville, Porter, Modeliste, Nocentelli
|14||–The Wild Tchoupitoulas||Meet De Boys On The Battlefront|
Backing Band – The Meters, The NevillesLead Vocals – Big Chief George LandryWritten-By – Landry
|15||–Oliver Morgan||Who Shot The LaLa|
Written-By – Burmak, Bocage, Terry
|16||–Fats Domino||Jambalaya (On The Bayou)|
Written-By – Williams
|17||–Alvin "Red" Tyler & The Gyros||Peanut Vendor|
Written-By – Sunshine, Simons, Gilbert
|18||–Stop, Inc.||Second Line - Pt. 1|
Producer – Senator JonesWritten-By – Sinigal, Hines
- Art Direction – Geoff Gans
- Compiled By – Joe Sasfy
- Design, Illustration – Monster X
- Liner Notes – Jeff Hannusch
- Liner Notes, Compiled By – James Austin
- Photography By ['Lil' Bob & The Lollipops] – John Brovan, Michael Ochs Archives, Venice, Ca.
- Photography By [Professor Longhair] – D.E. Bookhardt
- Remastered By – Bob Fisher
- Research – Gary Peterson
Tracks 3, 7, 9, 16 are CD bonus tracks.
On back cover:
"Go To The Mardi Gras," "Carnival Time," and "Do Watcha Wanna - Pt. 3" ℗ 1991 Rounder Records Corp., licensed from Rounder Records Corp.
"Don't You Just Know It," "Sea Cruise," and "Peanut Vendor" licensed from Ace Records.
"Jambalaya (On The Bayou)" courtesy of EMI Records USA, a Division of Capitol Records, Inc., under license from CEMA Special Markets.
"Whirlaway" courtesy of BMG Music/The RCA Records Label, under license from BMG Direct Marketing, Inc.
"Mardi Gras Mambo" courtesy of MCA Records, Inc.
"I Got Loaded" licensed from La Louisianne Records.
"Who Shot The LaLa" licensed from GNP Crescendo Records.
"Iko Iko" ℗ 1972 Atco Records, produced under license from Atlantic Recording Corp.
"Big Chief - Pt. 1" courtesy of Watch Records and London Records.
"Meet De Boys On The Battlefront" ℗ 1976 Island Records, Inc., issued under license from Island Records, Inc.
"Hey Pocky Way" ℗ 1981 A&M Records, Inc., licensed from A&M Records, Inc.
"Li'l Liza Jane" ℗ 1984 Concord Jazz, Inc., licensed from Concord Jazz, Inc.
"Dancin' Jones" ℗ 1978 Capitol Records, Inc., courtesy of Capitol Records, Inc., under license from CEMA Special Markets.
"Second Line - Pt. 1" licensed from Warren
This compilation ℗ & © 1992 Rhino Records Inc.
This compilation ℗ 1992 Rhino Records, Inc.
Compilation presentation by James Austin, detailed track-by-track liner notes by Jeff Hannusch, author of "I Hear You Knockin': The Sound Of New Orleans Rhythm And Blues", Swallow Books.
Special Thanks to: John Brenes, Jeff Hannusch, David Richou
Track 1: Ron single #329, 1/60
Track 2: Ace single #545, 3/58
Track 3: Imperial single #5796, 11/61
Track 4: RCA single #7192, 3/58
Track 5: Chess single #1591, 4/55
Track 6: Ric single #967, 3/60
Track 7: La Louisiane single #8067, ca.1965/66
Track 8: Ace single #554, 1/59
Track 9: from the album Rockin' And Rollin' With Alvin "Red" Tyler And The Gyros, Ace #1006, ca. 1960
Track 10: GNP Crescendo single #318, 6/64
Track 11: Atco single #6882, 3/72
Track 12: Watch single #1900, 12/64
Track 13: Island single #054, 3/76
Track 14: from the album Fiyo On The Bayou, A&M #4866, 7/81
Track 15: from the album My Feet Can't Fail Me Now, The George Wein Collection/Concord Jazz #3005, 8/84
Track 16: from the album Neville Brothers, Capitol #11865, 10/78
Track 17: JB's single #2602, 2/74
Track 18: from the [various artists] album Mardi Gras Party, Rounder #11567, 4/91
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- Matrix / Runout: 3 R2 70587-2 SRC+05 M3S2
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Rhino Records Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Rhino Records Inc.
- Pressed By – Specialty Records Corporation
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