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  1. the "B" side: Allen Toussaint - Go Back Home (ALON 9021)
    Sep 28, 2005 ... In the early days after Katrina hit, it was being reported that Allen Toussaint was
    stuck down with the crowd at the Superdome, remember that?

  2. the "B" side: Allen Toussaint 1938-2015
    Nov 11, 2015 ... The quiet genius of Allen Toussaint flowed like a river through the city he loved.
    Enormously talented, he knew few equals as a songwriter, ...

  3. Case Five: Allen Orange
    Jul 15, 2007 ... Allen Orange brought along a piano player to accompany him, one Allen
    Toussaint. He ended up playing behind most of the other folks who ...

  4. The Cosimo Code - A Tribute To Cosimo Matassa by John Broven
    In the 1960s, New Orleans music became funkier and more soulful through the
    productions of Allen Toussaint and Wardell Quezergue, all the while captured by

  5. the "B" side: Chris Kenner - I Like It Like That, Part 2 (Instant 3229)
    Apr 25, 2008 ... I Like It Like That, Part 2. AN INSTANT OF TOUSSAINT. As you know, I'm a huge
    Allen Toussaint fan. Like Professor Longhair before him, his ...

  6. The Cosimo Code: The CD
    ... local recordings... features stellar producers Allen Toussaint, Harold Battiste,
    Dave Bartholomew and notably Wardell Quezergue. 18 tracks new to Ace CD.".

  7. The Cosimo Code - BOBBY ROBINSON in NEW ORLEANS
    I tried to hire Allen Toussaint to play piano on Dorsey's sessions, but Allen was '
    on staff' for another record company... Harold Battiste, who was another great ...

  8. Soul Detective - Case Files
    A Tale of Two Cities, we follow Allen Orange's career from his partnership with
    Allen Toussaint at Minit in New Orleans to his days as staff songwriter and A&R ...

  9. the "A" side
    Sep 14, 2016 ... "I tried to hire Allen Toussaint to play piano on Dorsey's sessions," Robinson said
    , "but Allen was 'on staff' for another record company... Harold ...

  10. The Cosimo Code - JOHN 'SCARFACE' WILLIAMS
    Then Williams formed his own group, the Tick Tocks, which was recorded by
    Harold Battiste and Allen Toussaint in the 1960s. Williams, much revered among



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