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Album Review

Oliver Morgan's raspy sandpaper growl is one of those voices you never forget, exuding soul in giant capital letters. He was around with Otis Redding, Joe Tex, Fats Domino and other wonderful Southern soul singers, and he pays a kind tribute to many of those he graced the stage with. Oliver Morgan has you up and dancing, bobbing your head, body moving to the groove from the first notes; he puts his heart and soul into not only every song, not only every word, but every little sound that comes from him. There isn't a weak song on this disc. Each one gives Oliver a chance to show off his chops, and his funky, rocking band has room too. Only one complaint — the running time is a scant 33:21. But if you want to hear some of the true, funky rhythm & blues that is in short supply now, dash out and get this one.

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Thats my uncle on itunes!!!

Oliver Morgan Will Be Missed

Oliver Morgan's music can be summed up in one word for anyone who has ever felt a kindship with the city of New Orleans... home. Katrina took him from the city and age took him from this world in 2007, French Quarter Fest just isn't the same without him. This album is a great way to remember him, though! So glad it's on iTunes.


Born: May 6, 1933 in New Orleans, LA

Genre: House

Years Active: '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s

New Orleans R&B singer Oliver Morgan remains best remembered for his 1963 hit "Who Shot the La La," a tribute to fellow Crescent City legend Prince La La. Born and raised in New Orleans' Ninth Ward alongside fledgling greats Fats Domino, Jessie Hill, and Smiley Lewis, Morgan first began singing in his local church. Upon signing to Harold Battiste's AFO label in 1961, he cut his earliest singles like "I'll Make a Bet" and "I Got a Feelin'" under the alias Nookie Boy, a childhood nickname bestowed...
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