Congo Square – 02/11/2011

Episode 42
Congo Square was the only place in America where African slaves were allowed to market goods, socialize, and participate in drumming, music making, and dance in the 1700s-1800s, establishing the roots of American music. Although the historic use of the site predates jazz, it is significant because of the role the square played in New Orleans’ musical heritage and as a symbol of the early African-American contributions to the origins of jazz and other musical forms. Hi, I’m Jeff Duperon your host for a three hour journey of musical delights showcasing the music of New Orleans and the surrounding Region. Welcome…to Congo Square on listener-supported…taintradio.

Time Song Artist Album
Midnight Immaculate Conception Irvin Mayfield Irvin Mayfield
  The Weary Ways of Mary Magdalene Delfeayo Marsalis Pontius Pilate's Decision
  In The Sweet Embrace of Life Sermon: Father Wynton Marsalis Septet In this house, On this morning
  In The Sweet Embrace of Life Sermoon: Son Wynton Marsalis Septet In this house, On this morning
  In The Sweet Embrace of Life Sermon: Holy Ghost Wynton Marsalis Septet In this house, On this morning
  Amazing Grace Tara Darnell Let It Shine
  Bye & Bye/Saints Greg Stafford & Dr. Michael White Praying & Swaying, Volume 1 -
1am Sick and Tired Jamil Sharif Jamillennium
  God Made Me For You Aaron Neville To Make Me Who I Am
  Dinah Preservation Hall Hot 4 with Duke Dejan Preservation Hall Hot 4 with Duke Dejan
  Let The Good Times Roll Shirley Ann Lee Rhythm & Blues 1956
  Rip It Up Little Richard Rhythm & Blues 1956
  I'm In Love Again Fats Domino Rhythm & Blues 1956
  I'm A Fool To Want You Laverne Butler Blues in the City
  Wednesday's Blues Joe Newman Quintet at Count Basie's
  I Tried and Tried Benny Powell Nextep
  Atlanta Blues Jim Robinson Economy Hall Breakdown
  That Old Black Magic Jeremy Davenport We'll Dance Till Dawn
2am Sunrise Victor Goins Love Dance
  This Too Shall Pass John Ellis & Double Wide Puppet Mischief
  Lou-easy-an-i-a George Lewis Jazz Funeral In New Orleans
  Little Old Money Maker The Meters Look-Ka Py Py
  KinFolk/Right Place Wrong Time Dr. John Trippin' Live
  Fiddlin' Woman Blues J Monque 'D After the Beep
  What You Want Me To Do? Mighty Sam McClain The Best of Mighty Sam McClaiin
  Let It Go Ivan Neville Thanks

Congo Square – 02/04/2011

Episode 41
Congo Square was the only place in America where African slaves were allowed to market goods, socialize, and participate in drumming, music making, and dance in the 1700s-1800s, establishing the roots of American music. Although the historic use of the site predates jazz, it is significant because of the role the square played in New Orleans’ musical heritage and as a symbol of the early African-American contributions to the origins of jazz and other musical forms. Hi, I’m Jeff Duperon your host for a three hour journey of musical delights showcasing the music of New Orleans and the surrounding Region. Welcome…to Congo Square on listener-supported…taintradio.

Time Song Artist Album
Midnight Tonk Adonis Rose Quintet The Unity
  Willow Weep For Me Johnny Adams The Verdit
  If You Care Wanda Rouzan It's What I Do
  3 Tenors For Moose Wardell Quezerque and his Slammin' Big Band Maestropiece
  Myrosa's Mirage Herlin Riley Quintet Watch What You're Doing
  If It Takes All Night The Neville Brothers The Neville Brothers
  Maria's Melody Nicholas Payton from this moment...
  J.B. Jazz Jesse McBride Jesse McBride presents The Next Generation
1am Squeeze Me Louis Armstrong Love Songs
  Marzique Dancing Harold Battiste Harold Battiste presents Next Generation
  The Story of My Life Irma Thomas The Story of My Life
  Sidewalk Strut Astral Project Astral Project
  Fall-On Troy Andrews Trombone Shorty's Swingin' Gate
  Omni Brian Blade & the Fellowship Band Season of Changes
  Things Got To Get Better Kenny Neal Walking On Fire
  Finger Painted Swing Donald Edwards In The Vernacular
  Moondance Samirah Evans My Little Bodhisattva
2am Black Night Snooks Eaglin Live in Japan
  Malcom's Theme Terence Blanchard The Malcolm X Jazz Suite
  Cain & Abel Branford Marsalis The Beautiful Ones Are Not Yet Born
  Glad To Be Unhappy Wynton Marsalis Standard Time Vol. 5 The Midnight Blues
  Brer Rabbit Delfeayo Marsalis Minions Dominion
  Carefree Michael Ray and the Cosmic Krewe Michael Ray and the Cosmic Krewe
  Just A Little While To Stay Here Rebirth Brass Band Rollin'
  King of the Second Line Dr. Michael White Blue Crescent

Congo Square – 01/28/2011

Episode 40
Congo Square was the only place in America where African slaves were allowed to market goods, socialize, and participate in drumming, music making, and dance in the 1700s-1800s, establishing the roots of American music. Although the historic use of the site predates jazz, it is significant because of the role the square played in New Orleans’ musical heritage and as a symbol of the early African-American contributions to the origins of jazz and other musical forms. Hi, I’m Jeff Duperon your host for a three hour journey of musical delights showcasing the music of New Orleans and the surrounding Region. Welcome…to Congo Square on listener-supported…taintradio.

Time Song Artist Album
Midnight Sugar Kermit Ruffins Happy Talk
  At The House In Da Pocket The Marsalis Family Music Redeems
  Saddle Up My Pony Cassandra Wilson Silver Pony
  Bright Side Plunge Tin Fish Tango
  After All Christian Scott Yesterday You Said Tomorrow
  Donald Harrison Harrisburg Address New York Cool: live at the Blue Note
1am Mo' Betta Blues Irvin Mayfield and Ellis Marsalis Love Songs, Ballads and Standards
  Fire and Rain Philip Manuel A Time For Love
  Slick Is Crescent City Gold The Ultimate Session
  Ain't Nothin' But A Party The Dirty Dozen Brass Band Medicated Magic
  Palm Court Strut Kermit Ruffins Live at Vaughn's
  Neph Trombone Shorty Backatown
  Caldonia Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown Gate Swings
  Bayou Blues Rosie Ledet Zydeco Sensation
  The Dark Knight Branford Marsalis Quartet Crazy People Music
2am I've Been Mistreated Champion Jack Dupree The Complete Blue Horizon Sessions
  Prospectin' Davy Mooney Astoriano
  Jack Baker Branford Marsalis Quartet Braggtown
  Apple Street Donald Edwards Quintet Ducktones
  Blue Jeans Chocolate Milk Ice Cold Funk
  April In Paris Wynton Marsalis Marsalis Standard Time, Vol. 1
  Flow, Part 1 Terence Blanchard Flow

Congo Square – 01/21/2011

Episode 39
Congo Square was the only place in America where African slaves were allowed to market goods, socialize, and participate in drumming, music making, and dance in the 1700s-1800s, establishing the roots of American music. Although the historic use of the site predates jazz, it is significant because of the role the square played in New Orleans’ musical heritage and as a symbol of the early African-American contributions to the origins of jazz and other musical forms. Hi, I’m Jeff Duperon your host for a three hour journey of musical delights showcasing the music of New Orleans and the surrounding Region. Welcome…to Congo Square on listener-supported…taintradio.

Time Song Artist Album
Midnight Petite Fleur Sidney Bechet Greatest Hits
  As Time Goes By Germaine Bazzle & Friends The New New Orleans Music: Vocal Jazz
  Butter Churnin' Man J. Monque 'D Butter Churnin' Man
  Confrontation Marlon Jordan The Undaunted
  La Vie En Rose Louis Armstrong A Song Was Born
  Bucket's Got A Hole In It Kermit Ruffins and the Barbeque Swingers Swing This!
  In Walked Bud Art Blakey & The Jazz Messengers Keystone 3
1am Gonna Take You Downtown Beau Jocque and the Zydeco Hi-Rollers Gonna Take You Downtown
  Hear and Now John Beasley Letter To Herbie
  D-Boy The New Birth Brass Band D-Boy
  Freshwater Girl (Intro) Los Hombres Caliente Los Hombres Caliente: Vol. 2
  Chameleon/We Want The Funk Los Hombres Caliente Los Hombres Caliente: Vol. 2
  Too Funky Funky Meters Fiyo at the Fillmore Vol. 1
  It Ain't My Fault Fred Kemp Quintet WWOZ on CD, The Sounds of New Orleans
  The Queen Peter Martin Something Unexpected
2am You Got It Benny Powell Nextep
  Journey The Terence Blanchard Group Choices
  Reconsider Me Johnny Adams Reconsider Me
  Talking To The Blues Ernie K-Doe Jump 'N' Shout - New Orleans Blues & Rhythm
  Sing Me Some Blues Mighty Sam McClain Blues For The Soul
  Careless Love George Lewis Ice Cream
  Once Again Charlie Gabriel Marcus, Charlie & Joan...Once Again
  Can't We Be Friends Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong Ella and Louis
  Elveen Wynton Marsalis Soul Gestures in Southern Blue, Vol. 1: Thick In The South

Congo Square – 01/14/2011

Episode 38
Congo Square was the only place in America where African slaves were allowed to market goods, socialize, and participate in drumming, music making, and dance in the 1700s-1800s, establishing the roots of American music. Although the historic use of the site predates jazz, it is significant because of the role the square played in New Orleans’ musical heritage and as a symbol of the early African-American contributions to the origins of jazz and other musical forms. Hi, I’m Jeff Duperon your host for a three hour journey of musical delights showcasing the music of New Orleans and the surrounding Region. Welcome…to Congo Square on listener-supported…taintradio.

Time Song Artist Album
Midnight Lord Revive US Gregory Tardy He Knows My Name
  Angola, LA & the 13th Amendment Christian Scott Yesterday You Said Tomorrow
  Something Beautiful Trombone Shorty Backatown
  Somebody Forgot to Turn the Faucet Off New Orleans Jazz Orchestra Book One
  Funky Zydeco Sunpie Barnes & the Louisiana Sunspots Lick A Hot Skillet
  Gossip The Neville Brothers Treacherous: A History of the Neville Brothers
  Junco Partner James Booker The Lost Paramount Tapes
  Baby Won't You Please Come Home Preservation Hall Jazz Band Preservation
  Lover Come Back To Me Lillian Boutte The Jazz Book
1am Buy Me Some Juice Blu Lu Barker Don't You Feel My Leg
  Perdido Street Blues Sidney Bechet When The Sun Sets Down South
  Panama Kermit Ruffins Happy Talk
  Joe Avery Preservation Hall Jazz Band New Orleans - Vol. 1
  At The House In Da Pocket The Marsalis Family Music Redeems
  Nevermore Ed Blackwell & AJQ-2 Boogie Live...1958
  I Need Your Love So Bad John Boutte Through The Eyes of a Child
  Nyomba Charles Neville & Diversity Charles Neville & Diversity
2am St. James Infirmary Louis Armstrong Satch Blows The Blues
  Three Trumpeteers Nicholas Payton Payton's Place
  I'll Only Miss Her When I Think OF Her Alvin 'Red' Tyler Heritage
  Indian Red The Wild Tchoupitoulas The Wild Tchoupitoulas
  It Ain't My Fault Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Mos Def, Lenny Kravitz, & Trombone Shorty GulfAid All-Stars
  Sweet Home New Orleans Dr. John & The Lower 911 Sippiana Hurricane
  Someday You'll Be Sorry Bob French's Original Tuxedo Jazz Band 3 Generations
  You An' Me Teddy Royal Morning Groove
  Black Thunder John Beasley Positootly!
  Jugs Plunge Tin Fish Tango

Congo Square – 09/24/2010

Episode 24
Congo Square was the only place in America where African slaves were allowed to market goods, socialize, and participate in drumming, music making, and dance in the 1700s-1800s, establishing the roots of American music. Although the historic use of the site predates jazz, it is significant because of the role the square played in New Orleans’ musical heritage and as a symbol of the early African-American contributions to the origins of jazz and other musical forms. Hi, I’m Jeff Duperon your host for a three hour journey of musical delights showcasing the music of New Orleans and the surrounding Region. Welcome…to Congo Square on listener-supported…taintradio.

Time Song Artist Album
Midnight James Brown (parts I & II) Buckshot Lefonque Music Evolution
  Liberian Girl Rebirth Brass Band We Come To Party
  Friday Night at the Top Plunge Dancing on Thin Ice
  The Naked Camera John Beasley Letter To Herbie
  Funk If I Know Michael Ray and the Cosmic Krewe Funk If I Know
  Blue Moments Henry Butler Blues After Sunset
  I Cover The Waterfront Johnny Adams The Verdict
  Wednesday's Blues Joe Newman Quintet at Count Basie's
1am Memories Preservation Hall Jazz Band New Orleans - Vol. 1
  You Can Depend On Me Carl LeBlanc New Orleans' Seventh Ward Griot
  Crip's Waltz Michael Ray NA
  Wolverine Branford Marsalis Quartet Crazy People Music
  A Time For Love Philip Manuel A Time For Love
  The Great M.D. Irvin Mayfield Irvin Mayfield
  Sometimes It Goes Like That Wynton Marsalis Septet Blue Interlude
  Kick It Raw Crescent City Gold The Ultimate Session
2am Monkey Puzzle Ellis Marsalis Whistle Stop
  Good Night, Irene Dr. John Goin' Back To New Orleans
  Too Late Baby Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown Gate Swings
  Lady Sings The Blues Terence Blanchard The Billie Holiday Songbook
  The Crimson Touch Nicholas Payton Into The Blue
  Village Blues Marlon Jordan The Undaunted
  Like That Christian Scott Anthem
  Break Away The Neville Brothers Treacherous Too!
  Free To Be Me Benny Powell Nextep

Congo Square – 07/30/2010

Episode 37
Congo Square was the only place in America where African slaves were allowed to market goods, socialize, and participate in drumming, music making, and dance in the 1700s-1800s, establishing the roots of American music. Although the historic use of the site predates jazz, it is significant because of the role the square played in New Orleans’ musical heritage and as a symbol of the early African-American contributions to the origins of jazz and other musical forms. Hi, I’m Jeff Duperon your host for a three hour journey of musical delights showcasing the music of New Orleans and the surrounding Region. Welcome…to Congo Square on listener-supported…taintradio.

Time Song Artist Album
Midnight At The House In Da Pocket The Marsalis Family Music Redeems
  Richie Can Count New Orleans Jazz Orchestra Book One
  Good Rockin' Tonight Wendell Brunious A Funky Miracle
  Ooh La La (Danse Creole) Dr. Michael White Blue Crescent
  Blues For Z.W. Leroy Jones Mo' Cream From The Crop
  L'Homme a la Moto The Wynton Marsalis Quintet & Richard Galliano From Billie Holiday to Edith Piaf - live in Marciac
  Portrait of the One I Love Marlon Jordan featuring Stephanie Jordan You Don't Know What Love Is
  Something Beautiful Troy 'Trombone Shorty' Andrews Backatown
1am The Surrey With The Fringe On Top The Marsalis Family A Jazz Celebration
  It Ain't My Fault Fred Kemp Quintet The Sounds of New Orleans
  You Go To My Head Louis Armstrong & Oscar Peterson Louis Armstrong meets Oscar Peterson
  Heterogeneity Victor Goins Genesis
  Neferdoris Earl Turbinton featuring Willie Tee Brothers For Life
  The Mardi Gras Second Line Los Hombres Caliente Vol 5: Carnival
  Him or Me The Terence Blanchard Group Choices
2am Monkey Puzzle The Marsalis Family Music Redeems
  Chicken N' Dumplins Adonis Rose & the N.O. Vaders Untouchable
  Let Me Holla A'tcha Edward Anderson Fertile Crescent
  Black and Blue Bob French's Original Tuxedo Jazz Band Shoot From The Hip
  American't Christian Scott Yesterday You Said Tomorrow
  New Orleans, New Orleans James Andrews & Friends JazzFest Live 2006
  It's All Over Now The Dirty Dozen Brass Band with Dr. John New Orleans Brass
  Salty Dogs Alvin Batiste Marsalis Music Honors Alvin Batiste
  Going Back to New Orleans Deacon John New Orleans

Congo Square – 07/23/2010

Episode 36
Congo Square was the only place in America where African slaves were allowed to market goods, socialize, and participate in drumming, music making, and dance in the 1700s-1800s, establishing the roots of American music. Although the historic use of the site predates jazz, it is significant because of the role the square played in New Orleans’ musical heritage and as a symbol of the early African-American contributions to the origins of jazz and other musical forms. Hi, I’m Jeff Duperon your host for a three hour journey of musical delights showcasing the music of New Orleans and the surrounding Region. Welcome…to Congo Square on listener-supported…taintradio.

Time Song Artist Album
Midnight Chip Wardell Quezerque and his Slammin' Big Band Maestropiece
  Thousand Island Rebirth Brass Band Rollin'
  West End Blues Nicholas Payton Dear Louis
  Hold Me While I Cry Irma Thomas The Story of My Life
  Li'l Liza Jane Kermit Ruffins The Big Butter & Egg Man
  Brother John/Iko Iko The Neville Brothers The Best of The Neville Brothers
  Me & Willie Tee Next Generation Harold Battiste presents Next Generation
  I Need Your Love So Bad John Boutte Through The Eyes of a Child
  Bright Mississippi Allen Toussaint The Bright Mississippi
1am 16th Street Baptist Church Branford Marsalis Quartet Requiem
  Blues For Malcolm Terence Blanchard The Malcolm X Jazz Suite
  Sincerely Yours Donald Harrison The Survivor
  The Razor Rim Wynton Marsalis He And She
  Slap Happy Rolad Guerin Sextet Live at the Blue Note
  Mr. Brown Donald Edwards In The Vernacular
2am I Want It All Abram Wilson Ride! Ferris Wheel to the Modern Day Delta
  Lord Revive Us Gregory Tardy He Knows My Name
  The Upper Second Line Jason Marsalis The Year of the Drummer
  Ash Wednesday Harry Connick, Jr. Chanson du Vieux Carre
  Neph Troy 'Tombone Shorty' Andrews Backatown
  Appeal Clarence Johnson III Dedicated To You
  Magnolia Triangle Ellis Marsalis Whistle Stop
  Giant Steps Irvin Mayfield Irvin Mayfield

Congo Square – 07/16/2010

Episode 35
Congo Square was the only place in America where African slaves were allowed to market goods, socialize, and participate in drumming, music making, and dance in the 1700s-1800s, establishing the roots of American music. Although the historic use of the site predates jazz, it is significant because of the role the square played in New Orleans’ musical heritage and as a symbol of the early African-American contributions to the origins of jazz and other musical forms. Hi, I’m Jeff Duperon your host for a three hour journey of musical delights showcasing the music of New Orleans and the surrounding Region. Welcome…to Congo Square on listener-supported…taintradio.

Time Song Artist Album
Midnight La Foule The Wynton Marsalis Quintet & Richard Galliano From Billie Holiday to Edith Piaf - live in Marciac
  Them There Eyes The Wynton Marsalis Quintet & Richard Galliano From Billie Holiday to Edith Piaf - live in Marciac
  It Ain't My Fault Preservation Hall Jazz Band, Mos Def, Lenny Kravitz, & Trombone Shorty GulfAid All-Stars
  Neph Troy 'Tombone Shorty' Andrews Backatown
  The Second Line Stop, Inc Mardi Gras in New Orleans
  Basin Street Blues Preservation Hall Jazz Band Preservation
  Flowerscape Irvin Mayfield and Gordon Parks Half Past Autumn Suite
  The Shadow of Your Smile Joe Locke featuring vocalist Kenny Washington For The Love of You
  Tipitina and Me Allen Toussaint Our New Orleans 2005
  The Weary Ways of Mary Magdalene Delfeayo Marsalis Pontius Pilate's Decision
1am Tipitina Professor Longhair New Orleans Piano
  Lawdy Miss Clawdy Lloyd Price Superblues All-Time Classic Blues Hits, Vol. 2
  Junco Partner James Booker The Lost Paramount Tapes
  The Fat Man Fats Domino The Fat Man Sings Live
  I Don't Know Champion Jack Dupree City of Dreams
  Quitters Never Win Dr. John Desitively Bonaroo
  Mojo Hanah The Neville Brothers Treacherous Too!
  The Chicken Strut The Meters Funkify Your Life: The Meters Anthology
  These Foolish Things Louis Armstrong Live at the 1958 Monterey Jazz Festival
  New Adventures Victor Goins New Adventures
  The World Is A Ghetto Kermit Ruffins Big Easy
2am Song For Dance The Next Generation Jesse McBride presents The Next Generation
  The Real McCoy Earl Turbinton featuring Willie Tee Brothers For Life
  Make Me Rainbows Laverne Butler No Looking Back
  Indelible and Nocturnal Wynton Marsalis Standard Time Vol. 2 Intimacy Calling
  I'll Only Miss Her When I Think OF Her Alvin 'Red' Tyler Heritage
  Can't Get Enufa Dat Funky Stuff Troy 'Trombone Shorty' Andrews & Orleans Avenue Orleans & Claiborne
  Downhearted Blues Lillian Boutte Lipstick Traces
  I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues Doc Cheatham & Nicholas Payton Doc Cheatham & Nicholas Payton
  Sugar Blues Bob French's Original Tuxedo Jazz Band & Friends Livin' The Legacy

Congo Square – 07/09/2010

Episode 34
Congo Square was the only place in America where African slaves were allowed to market goods, socialize, and participate in drumming, music making, and dance in the 1700s-1800s, establishing the roots of American music. Although the historic use of the site predates jazz, it is significant because of the role the square played in New Orleans’ musical heritage and as a symbol of the early African-American contributions to the origins of jazz and other musical forms. Hi, I’m Jeff Duperon your host for a three hour journey of musical delights showcasing the music of New Orleans and the surrounding Region. Welcome…to Congo Square on listener-supported…taintradio.

Time Song Artist Album
Midnight Stakalee Dr. John N'Awlinz...Dis Dat or D'Udda
  Junco Partner James Booker Resurrection of the Bayou Maharajah
  Let Them Talk John Boutte Baker's Dozen, Vol. 13
  Shimmy Like My Sister Kate Preservation Hall Jazz Band JazzFest Live 2006
  Bourbon Street Parade James & Troy Andrews New Orleans Brass
  Tootie Ma Was A Big Fine Thing Preservation Hall Jazz Band Preservation
  Tipitina Professor Longhair Louisiana Spice: 25 Years of Louisiana Music on Rounder Records
  Struttin' With Some Barbeque The Marsalis Family A Jazz Celebration
  Dippermouth Blues Bob French's Original Tuxedo Jazz Band 3 Generations
1am Indian Red Wild Tchoupitoulas Wild Tchoupitoulas
  Hurricane Season Trombone Shorty Backatown
  Swing This! Kermit Ruffins Swing This!
  China Boy Gabriel Traditional Jazz Band ...& Friends
  Blue Collar Worker Tracy Griffin Grace
  Since I Met You Baby Wanda Rouzan Where Ya At?!
  Release Me Johnny Adams Reconsider Me: Golden Classics Edition
  Reconsider Me Johnny Adams Reconsider Me: Golden Classics Edition
  Vieux Carre Rouge The Neville Brothers The Neville Brothers
  James Booker Los Hombres Caliente Vol. 5: Carnival
  Buck's Hot Rod Buckwheat Zydeco Where There's Smoke There's Fire
2am Firewater Big Chief Monk Boudreaux & The Golden Eagles Mr. Stranger Man
  Beat New Orleans Jazz Orchestra Book One
  The Boy Can Play Cindy Scott Let The Devil Take Tomorrow
  Neeps and Tatties Stanton Moore Groove Alchemy
  After All Christian Scott Yesterday You Said Tomorrow
  Lord Revive Us Gregory Tardy He Knows My Name
  The Thrill Is Gone Tara Darnell Let It Shine
  Laissez Les Bons Temps Rouler Sandra Booker & Friends When Love Happens
  On Revival Day Lillian Boutte The Jazz Book