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"Ma Tit' Fille" was recorded for Buckwheat Zydeco's Island Records début on the day before the second weekend of Jazz Fest, 1987. The version in the video below was filmed at the Montreux Jazz Festival in 1989, with Lee Allen Zeno on bass; Dennis Taylor, sax; Melvin Veazie, guitar; Patrick Landry, rubboard; Herman "Rat" Brown, drums.
A Friday treat for blues lovers: the late great Koko Taylor doing 6+ minutes of "Can't Let Go" live at the Woodlands in 1993. Per Lyle Lovett, who introduces the video, she's backed by the Alligator All-Stars.
Leonard Cohen performs "Suzanne" live on the Isle of Wight in 1970, during Cohen's first year of touring. The show became an album, Live at the Isle of Wight 1970. One of Cohen's best known songs, "Suzanne" had appeared on his first album, Songs of Leonard Cohen in 1967; even before that, it had been covered by Judy Collins on In My Life (1966).
The artist named "Beans on Toast" is described on his YouTube Channel as an "English drunk folk singer." "New Orleans Honeymoon" is a track from from his new (6th) album, The Grand Scheme of Things. The video, which contains a lot of great French Quarter visuals, was created by "Beans on Toast and Lizzy Bee, on location, on honeymoon." Awww....