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At the end of the previous millennium, **Dr. John** found himself having recorded not a single album of straight up New Orleans R&B in almost a decade. He soon rectified that with *Creole Moon* in 2001. This personal interpretation of New Orleans contains 14 slabs of Crescent City soul soaked in the daily life in his beloved city of birth.
The album marked a return to the sound of his classic mid-70s records, right from the spidery electric piano and testifying back-up vocals. Most of his band, **the Lower 9-11 Musician Vocaleers**, had been playing with him for close to 20 years, and provided a solid accompaniment. Guests include **David "Fathead" Newman**, slide guitarist **Sonny Landreth**, fiddler **Michael Doucet**, and a tight horn section led by **Fred Wesley**. This first time on vinyl version celebrates the albums 15th anniversary with a 180 grams audiophile 2LP with an etched D side and insert.
180GR/15TH ANN/INSERT/ETCHED D-SIDE/FIRST TIME ON VINYL
|Media||Musik LP (LP VINYL)|
|Number of units||× 2|
|Label||MUSIC ON VINYL|
|Genre||Blues Rhythm & Blues|
|Dimensions||314 × 314 × 3 mm|
|Weight (estimated)||450 g|