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Live At Tipitina's (1982)

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Download links and information about Live At Tipitina's (1982) by The Neville Brothers. This album was released in 1998 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Funk genres. It contains 19 tracks with total duration of 01:28:17 minutes.

Artist: The Neville Brothers
Release date: 1998
Genre: Hip Hop/R&B, Soul, Funk
Tracks: 19
Duration: 01:28:17
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No. Title Length
1. Fever (Live At Tipitina's, September 24, 1982) 5:25
2. Woman's Gotta Have It (Live At Tipitina's, September 24, 1982) 4:24
3. Mojo Hannah (Live At Tipitina's, September 24, 1982) 5:16
4. Tell It Like It Is (Live At Tipitina's, September 24, 1982) 4:26
5. Why You Wanna Hurt My Heart (Live At Tipitina's, September 24, 1982) 3:23
6. Fear, Hate, Envy, Jealousy (Live At Tipitina's, September 24, 1982) 4:31
7. Caravan (Live At Tipitina's, September 24, 1982) 4:35
8. Big Chief (Live At Tipitina's, September 24, 1982) 5:22
9. Africa (Live At Tipitina's, September 24, 1982) 5:33
10. Wishin' (Live At Tipitina's, September 25, 1982) 3:43
11. Rock & Roll Medley: Rocking Pnemonia and the Bugie Way Flu / Something You Got / I Know / Everybody Loves a Lover (Live At Tipitina's, September 25, 1982) 6:21
12. All Over Again (Live At Tipitina's, September 25, 1982) 2:51
13. Everybody's Got to Wake Up (Live At Tipitina's, September 25, 1982) 3:27
14. Dance Your Blues Away (Live At Tipitina's, September 25, 1982) 6:02
15. Little Liza Jane (Live At Tipitina's, September 25, 1982) 3:57
16. Wildflower (Live At Tipitina's, September 25, 1982) 5:08
17. My Girl (Live At Tipitina's, September 25, 1982) 4:04
18. Riverside (Live At Tipitina's, September 25, 1982) 5:52
19. Saib's Groove (Live At Tipitina's, September 25, 1982) 3:57

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Live at Tipitina's 1982 is a two-CD set that gathers both the two released albums from the Neville Brothers September 1982 gigs at local New Orleans hangout Tipitina's — 1984's Nevillization I/Live at Tipitina's and 1987's Nevillization II: Live at Tipitina's — and strives to roll them into one complete, concise work. The only problem is that although the albums were similarly recorded, they were eventually released under different circumstances: the second part was augmented with studio-sweetened instruments and audience noises, and at times the overdubs are glaringly, and intrusively, obvious. Still, the first half of Live at Tipitina's 1982 (featuring material from the original Neville-ization disc) remains one of the Crescent City's most representative documents — "Fever," "Tell It Like It Is" and "Fear, Hate, Envy, Jealousy" just plain sizzle — and it's one of the Neville Brothers most revered volumes (as well as one of the best live albums of the '80s). Think of the sequel as an extended, if not totally successful, bonus disc.