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1989 Bo Dollis of Wild Magnolias Thomas Landry, Johnny Stephens with Lawrence Harrison (steel drum)
Sat May 06 1989
45:12 - Audio Cassette Master; WAV and Mp3 on Server and Cloud
0:18 First festival in Congo Square, Mardi Gras Indian Parade 0:45: First time Mardi Gras Indians agreed to be part of commercial music 0:50: Introduce Bo Dollis 1:25: Bo Dollis’s albums 1:50: Introduces Lawrence Harrison 1:58: St. Joseph’s parade 2:10: Lawrence Harrison, steel drum, Mohawk Hunters 2:30: Bo introduces Wild Magnolias: Thomas Landry (2nd Chief), flagboy Johnny (?), drummers 3:19: Mardi Gras Indian suits 3:50: Bo Dollis history as member of Wild Magnolias; flagboy to chief 4:35: comparison of Bo Dollis and Tutti Montana 4:50: Mardi Gras Indian practice schedule 5:15: technique/improvisation 5:50: performance of the Golden Crown starts 10:30: end of song 10:57: second song starts- (Somebody Got) Soul Soul Soul 19:07: end of song 19:27: Allison Miner shows off suit, talks about costume making 21:25: talks about steel drum 21:28: Wild Magnolias begin chanting with drums 22:00: Performance of Iko Iko starts 25:36: end of song 26:37: Performance of Handa Wanda starts 32:00: end of song 32:40: Performance of Little Liza Jane starts 38:09: end of song 38:55: Performance of Injuns Here They Come starts 43:29: End of song 43:40: Allison Miner announces band, Bo Dollis’s 20th festival, thanks Lawrence Harrison
Allison Miner interviewer. Bo Dollis of Wild Magnolias Thomas Landry, Johnny Stephens with Dawrence Harrison (steel drum)
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