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  1. In the Right Place is the sixth album by the New Orleans R&B artist Dr. John. The album was released on Atco Records in 1973, and became the biggest selling album of Dr. John's career. The song "Such a Night" was also performed as part of The Band's The Last Waltz concert, made famous by Martin Scorsese's film.

    • 1972
    • Rock
  2. As part of a process begun at Sansu and reaching fruition in the 1970s, he developed a funkier sound, writing and producing for a host of artists, such as Dr. John (backed by the Meters, on the 1973 album In the Right Place, which contained the hit "Right Place, Wrong Time") and an album by The Wild Tchoupitoulas, a New Orleans Mardi ...

  3. 25. Feb. 2018 · In the Right Place, released on Feb. 25, 1973, featured a far, far funkier set of Dr. John tunes, and all of it was uniquely informed by his hometown. Allen Toussaint, one of New...

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  4. 20. Nov. 2023 · 1972 nahm DR. JOHN mit Produzent Allen Toussaint und den Funk-Vorreitern aus New Orleans THE METERS als Begleitband in denCriteria Studios“ von Florida sein sechstes Studioalbum auf. Dieses erscheint derzeit zum 75-jährigen Jubiläum von „Atlantic Records“ wieder auf Vinyl.

  5. Music. In The Right Place. By Jon Landau. April 26, 1973. The greatness of Mac Rebennack, alias, Dr. John, also known as John Crieux, rests on his command of the musical use of idiomatic...

  6. when you combine the amazing dr. john with allen toussaint and the meters behind them you get pure new orleans magic. this lp is funky and catchy in all the right ways, evoking the sunny swampy vibes that the cover depicts. of course we've got the big hit "right place wrong time" which is one of my favorite underrated 70s songs. "such a night" i...

  7. 8. Juli 2016 · Malcolm John Rebennack Jr. alias Dr. John is probably one of the best known representative of a musical genre called Bayou Funk, a special funk influenced by Creole/Cajiun/Bayou origin musical elements, mainly from Louisiana.