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John's Gumbo was White Mans Blues - The Drugs (3) - The Drugs (CDr) number on Rolling Stone magazine's list of the greatest albums of all time. With GumboDr. John expanded his career beyond the psychedelic voodoo music and theatrics which had driven his career since he took on the Dr. John persona, although it always remained an integral part of his music and identity.
It was not until 's Anutha Zone that he again concentrated on this aspect of his music wholly for a full album. In early Thomas Jefferson Kaye produced an album featuring a collaboration with Dr. In the same way that Gris-Gris introduced the world to the voodoo-influenced side of his music, and in the manner that Dr. John as one of the main ambassadors of New Orleans funk.
In describing the album, Dr. Still in heavy rotation on most classic rock stations, "Right Place Wrong Time" remains his most recognized song. Artists such as Bob DylanBette Midlerand Doug Sahm contributed single lines to the lyrics, which lists several instances of ironic bad luck and failure. John attempted to capitalize on In the Right Place ' s successful formula, again collaborating with Allen Toussaint and The Meters, for his next album, Desitively Bonnaroo — from part of which a Tennessee festival took as its name — released in Although similar in feel to In the Right Placeit failed to catch hold in the mainstream as its predecessor had done.
In the mids Dr. According to Pomus' daughter, Dr. John and her father were very close friends as well as writing partners. Inhe collaborated with the legendary Professor Longhair on Fess's another nickname for Henry Byrd last recording Crawfish Fiestaas a guitarist.
The album was awarded the first W. Handy Blues Album of the Year inand was released shortly after Longhair's death in January In andDr. John recorded two solo piano albums for the Baltimore -based Clean Cuts label. In these two recordings he played many of his own boogie-woogie compositions.
John was also a prominent session musician throughout his career. He played on three songs on Maria Muldaur 's solo debut album, including his composition "Three Dollar Bill". He sang on four songs and played piano on two songs on Muldaur's Louisiana Love Call. He was co-producer on Van Morrison 's album A Period of Transition and also played keyboards and guitar. He played keyboards on the highly successful solo debut album by Rickie Lee Jones.
John on this album. He also performed as the first American artist at the Franco Follies festival in John's longtime confidant and former personal manager, Paul Howrilla, was responsible for moving Dr. John's image from the s to the s. Paul Howrilla was the brains behind the scenes, White Mans Blues - The Drugs (3) - The Drugs (CDr), as Dr.
John would attest. They remained close friends. John moved back to Louisiana in His movie credits included Martin Scorsese 's documentary The Last Waltzin which he joined the Band for a performance of his song "Such a Night", the Beatles-inspired musical "Sgt.
His version of the Donovan song " Season of the Witch " was also featured in this movie and on the soundtrack. Inhe performed the song " Cruella de Ville " during the end credits of the film Dalmatians. He wrote and performed the score for the film version of John Steinbeck's Cannery Row released in John was also featured in several video and audio blues and New Orleans piano lessons published by Homespun Tapes.
Between July and SeptemberDr. Inhe appeared on the charity single version of Lou Reed 's " Perfect Day ". In the same year, he played piano on the Spiritualized song "Cop Shoot Cop Frontman Jason Piercea fan of Dr. John's music, reciprocated by guesting on Dr. He recorded the live album Trippin' Live with drummer Herman V. This was for the relief of Hurricane Katrina victims, following the devastation of his hometown of New Orleans. On May 12,Dr. He performed the opening theme music to the PBS children's program Curious Georgebroadcast since On July 30,Dr.
John performed the theme music to the Fox drama K-Ville. In JanuaryDr. John sang the opening tune, " Down in New Orleans ". On May 13,Dr. The name of the festival was taken from the Dr. John album, Desitively Bonnaroo. The Los Angeles Times said that it showed Dr.
John "exiting a period of relative creative stagnation by creating something magical, the embodiment of everything he's done but pushed in a clear new direction".
It won a Grammy Award, as did Auerbach for producing it. John described the inspiration of the album as Louis Armstrong coming to him in a dream and telling him "do my music your way". The Los Angeles Times said, "Tribute albums come and go, but it's a real rarity that can snap a listener to attention like Dr. John's new salute to jazz founding father Louis Armstrong. John and an all-star band which included event producer Don Was on bass.
John re-envisions "Let 'Em In" as a laconic come on, an invitation to party or maybe something more, once a few more glasses have been raised", wrote Something Else.
Foo Fighters ' Dave Grohl interviewed Dr. John's given name ", wrote a Decider reviewer. From toDr. John: Celebrating Mac and his Musicwas released. InMembers of Dr. On November 1,Dr. John Day in the City of New Orleans for the fact that he "rose to international recognition for his musical funkitude in performing, writing and producing. John for "embodying the culture of the state from New Orleans to the Bayou. John's birth date was corrected in when his hometown newspaper, The Times-Picayunediscovered in their records that he was actually born on November 20, as opposed to the commonly listed November 21, He added a year to his age as an underage prodigy with a local hit, so he could get into gigs.
John had a heroin addiction; however, in Decemberhe completed his final rehabilitation stint with the help of Narcotics Anonymous and remained clean the rest of his life. John was married twice and told the New York Times that he had "a lot" of children. On June 6,Dr. John died of a heart attack.
In May Rebennack received an honorary doctorate of fine arts from Tulane University. Sources:   . Sources:  . The police were looking for methamphetamine but found only LSD, [ citation needed ] which was not illegal at the time.
His first shipment arrived on March 30, and he producedhits micrograms each of LSD by May ; then he returned to the Bay Area. Stanley met the members of the Grateful Dead during The top of the circle was orange, and the bottom blue. I couldn't read the name of the firm, and so was White Mans Blues - The Drugs (3) - The Drugs (CDr) looking at the shape. A thought occurred to me: if the orange were red and the bar across were a lightning bolt cutting across at an angle, then we would have a very nice, unique and highly identifiable mark to put on the equipment.
During his time as the sound engineer for the Grateful Dead, Stanley started what became the long-term practice of recording the Dead while they rehearsed and performed.
Another reason for the first recordings was that Stanley had hearing damage in one ear from a swimming-pool diving accident when he was 19, and wanted a way to check himself. Stanley and Scully built electronic equipment for the Grateful Dead until late spring He, Scully, and Melissa Cargill Stanley's girlfriend and a skilled chemist, introduced to Stanley by Susan Cowper, a former girlfriend set up a lab in the basement.
The new lab was set up in the basement of a house across the street from the Denver Zoo in early In Denver, the trio White Mans Blues - The Drugs (3) - The Drugs (CDr) augmented by fellow Berkeley dropout Rhoney Gissen, who joined the manufacturing effort and began a relationship with Stanley concurrent with Stanley's relationship with Cargill and Cargill's separate relationship with Jefferson Airplane bassist Jack Casady that endured through the early s; although they never married, Gissen would eventually take Stanley's surname.
Stanley's scientific tutelage influenced Gissen's decision to return to her formal studies and pursue the profession of dentistry ; their son, Starfinder, would go on to earn zoology and veterinary medicine degrees from Cornell University and the University of Pennsylvania. His defense was that the illegal substances were for personal use, but he was found guilty and sentenced to three years in prison.
The same year, Stanley officially shortened his name to "Owsley Stanley". After he was released from prison, Stanley resumed working for the Grateful Dead as their live sound engineer. On January 31,at am, 19 members of the Grateful Dead and crew were arrested for possession of a variety of drugs at a French Quarter hotel after returning from a concert at The Warehouse in New Orleans.
According to Rolling Stone everyone in the band except Ron "Pigpen" McKernan and Tom Constanten - neither of whom used psychedelic drugs - was included in the arrest, along with several members of their retinue, including Stanley and some locals. Stanley was charged with illegal possession of narcotics, dangerous non-narcotics, LSD, and barbiturates. Another West Coast—based rock band, Jefferson Airplanehad been arrested two weeks earlier in the same situation.
Stanley was confined to federal prison from toafter a federal judge intervened and revoked his release from the case. Stanley took advantage of the opportunity there to learn the trade of metalwork and jewelry-making. Immediately following his release, Stanley resumed working for the Grateful Dead as a roadie and sound engineer in the summer of As much of his portfolio had been delegated to as many as four sound engineers during his prison sentence, he struggled to regain his past influence among the band and support staff.
In a later interview with Dennis McNally, he opined that he received "just a taste" of his previous position; according to Stanley, "I found on my release from jail that the crew, most of whom had been hired in my absence, did not want anything changed. No improvements for the sound, no new gear, nothing different on stage. They wanted to maintain the same old same old which under their limited abilities, they had memorized to the point where they could sleepwalk through shows.
Bob Matthews, who had been mixing since my departure, did not want to completely relinquish the mixing desk, which was a total pain in the ass for me, since he was basically a studio engineer and no match for my live mixing ability.
The tensions culminated in a logistical mishap at an October concert at Vanderbilt University when students recruited by Stanley to deputize for an absentee Matthews absconded with half of the band's PA system, resulting in a fellow employee throwing Stanley into a water cooler. Although Stanley stopped touring with the band following their refusal of his demands, he continued to be employed by the Grateful Dead through their hiatus in a more limited capacity.
During this period, he served as lead designer of the band's Wall of Sound PA system and assisted Phil Lesh in salvaging the technically deficient recordings assembled for Steal Your Facea poorly-received live album culled from the final October pre-hiatus shows at Winterland Ballroom. In the late s and early s, Stanley briefly served as the mixing engineer for Jefferson Starshipand also grew and sold marijuana from his Marin County garden.
Stanley moved to Australia inand frequently returned to the United States to sell his jewelry which commanded high prices on Grateful Dead tours. He retained backstage access during this period, and his clientele included such notable figures such as Keith Richards.
Stanley's level of access to the group's inner echelon including complimentary food from the band's caterers was somewhat controversial among the band's employees, with one staffer opining that "he had the sales tactics of a Mumbai street peddler"; on one occasion, Garcia and Weir were forced to intervene when Stanley provoked Chelsea Clinton 's secret service agent as he attempted to conduct business with the then-First Daughter.
Notwithstanding his tour activities, Stanley made his first public appearance in decades at the Australian ethnobotanical conference Entheogenesis Australis ingiving three talks during his time in Melbourne. Stanley believed a "thermal cataclysm" related to climate change would soon render the Northern Hemisphere largely uninhabitable, and moved to Australia in He became a naturalized Australian citizen in Stanley lived with his wife Sheilah a former clerk in the Grateful Dead's ticket office in the bush of Tropical North Queenslandwhere he worked to create sculpture, and wearable art.
Stanley died after a car accident in Australia on Saturday, March 12, not Sunday, March 13, as reported in most publications      a widely propagated error stemming from the Monday release to the press of the initial family statement, which was written on Sunday, stating he "died yesterday".
The statement released on behalf of Stanley's family said the car crash occurred near his home, on a rural stretch of highway near Mareeba, Queensland. He was survived by his wife Sheilah, four children, eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.
His ashes were placed on the soundboard at the Grateful Dead 50th anniversary shows in Chicago, on July 3—5, After Stanley's death inhis family and some close friends created a c 3 non-profit organization called the Owsley Stanley Foundation. The foundation is dedicated to restoring and preserving the archive of Stanley's recordings, which he called his "sonic journals". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification.
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