Performer: Bill Gallaty Dandy Inn Five
Title: Mardi Gras Blues / Slow Blues
Album rating: 4.9
Size MP3: 1301 mb
Size FLAC: 1123 mb
Size WMA: 1146 mb
Other formats: APE AA FLAC DMF MOD ASF AUD
|A||–Bill Gallaty Dandy Inn Five||Mardi Gras Blues|
|B||–Ray Burke's New Orleans Blue Four||Slow Blues|
Mardi Gras, New Orleans style, owes as much to Afro-Caribbean customs and the Latin American carnival tradition as it does to the French colonists who established it in their new city. The Mardi Gras celebrations actually last for several weeks. About a month before the main carnival, a season of elaborate balls and parties begins: the official Mardi Gras program is published, and shops start selling the very sweet and colorful "King Cake", a delicacy that can only be found during this holiday season. My first Mardi Gras party took place in a friend's apartment in New Orleans a few days before the parade. The apartment was decorated out in the season's traditional colors of green, gold and purple; the hi-fi system pounded out carnival music, while the guests danced, talked, and ate King Cake, washed down with "Blackened Voodoo Beer", another specialty brewed in a local brewery.
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This article is a travel topic. Mardi Gras or Carnival Time is the biggest celebration in New Orleans, Louisiana. The yearly festival includes numerous events throughout the city, and is known as the biggest free party on earth. The festival is rooted in the ancient European Carnival traditions. It marks the final celebrations before the period of fasting during Lent in the Roman Catholic Religion, although New Orleans Carnival is enjoyed by people of any belief.
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