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Orleans OR-2011

Roland Stone
Live on the Creole Queen

Many years ago when this writer was just entering high school, rock & roll was Black music, a hyper offshoot of the segregated rhythm & blues idiom that was propelled into the consciousness of young white Americans by great creators like Chuck Berry and Little Richard, Bo Diddley and Fats Domino. The fantastic R&B vocal groups like the Clovers, the Drifters, the Moonglows, the Flamingos, Hank Ballard & The Midnighters sang their tunes to an ever-widening audience, and the airwaves were filled with beautiful music all day and night.


Roland Stone piano + vocals, Ronnie Boudreaux guitar, Barry Rodriguez bass, Donnie Burdet drums, Wilbert Tank trumpet, Tommy Alfortish tenor sax, Skip Easterling backing vocals, Earl Stanley tambourine.

Produced by Carlo Ditta
All songs published by New Attid Music Company (BMI)
Year Released: 1997

Orleans Records, Inc., 828 Royal Street, #536, New Orleans, LA 70116
Tel: 504.837.5042, Fax: 504.867.9601