9 thoughts on “ Riverboat - Lee Dorsey - Yes We Can / Night People (CD)

  1. Soul/R&B chart star LEE DORSEY'S two legendary 's albums on one CD, with three rare bonus tracks. Songs produced and mostly written by New Orleans' incomparable Allen Toussaint, with backing by The Meters, James Booker, Irma Thomas/5(9).
  2. Still, Night People winds up as a nice bonus on this CD, since the main attraction is Yes We Can, the best overall album Dorsey ever made and one of the greatest soul albums of the '70s. Here, Dorsey, Toussaint, and the estimable supporting band of the Meters are at an absolute peak/
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Yes We Can / Night People on Discogs/5(4).
  4. Lee Dorsey: Yes We Can & Night People plus The Powerful Force Behind The Late New Orleans R&B/Pop Star Lee Dorsey Was The Great Producer And Songwriter Allen Toussaint. Though Dorsey's Hit Run (Including Toussaint's 'Ride Your Pony', 'Working In The Coal Mine' And 'Holy Cow') Was Over By The End Of The '60s.
  5. Still, Night People winds up as a nice bonus on this CD, since the main attraction is Yes We Can, the best overall album Dorsey ever made and one of the greatest soul albums of the '70s. Here, Dorsey, Toussaint, and the estimable supporting band of the Meters are at an absolute bunsrycetisula.contwinkevbderlogptanvidensauculmody.co: Raven [Australia].
  6. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Lee Dorsey - Yes We Can at Discogs. Complete your Lee Dorsey collection.
  7. Musically, Yes We Can is closer to Toussaint's solo LPs for Warner -- collected on Rhino Handmade's excellent two-disc set The Complete Warner Recordings-- than Dorsey's '60s sides, but it's the best overall album Dorsey ever made and one of the greatest soul albums of the '70s. Here, Dorsey, Toussaint, and the estimable supporting band of the Meters are at an absolute peak.
  8. As of this writing, the only version of "Yes We Can" in print is the Australian Raven label's transfer. Raven adds two of those non-album singles ('s 'When Can I Come Home' and 's masterpiece 'On Your Way Down') along with Dorsey's next, and last album, "Night People" (, originally on 5/5(2).

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