Clarence "Frogman" Henry
4/26/2003 -
Sheraton New Orleans Fais Do-Do Stage,
Fair Grounds Race Course, New Orleans, LA
"2003 New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival"

1. radio intro>instrumental jam> ++
2. "are you ready for me?" hype jam>
3. Fats Domino Medley #
4. On Bended Knees
5. Lovin' Cajun Style> **
6. Jole Blon
7. Blueberry Hill
8. Troubles, Troubles
9. (I Don't Know Why) But I Do> $$
10. Ain't Got No Home

++=fades in already in progress from under tail end of radio intro
#="Hello Josephine">"Let the Four Winds Blow">band intros>"Margie">"Ain't She Sweet">"When You're Smiling"
**=w/ "jambalaya (on the bayou)" rap
$$=w/ "You Always Hurt the One You Love"

Total: 41:50

cover tunes & their corresponding artists/writers:
"my girl josephine" (hello josephine) - Fats Domino, artist; Antoine "Fats" Domino Jr./Dave Bartholomew, writers
"let the four winds blow" - Fats Domino, artist; Antoine "Fats" Domino Jr./Dave Bartholomew, writers
"margie" - Original Dixieland Jazz Band, artist;Con Conrad/J.Russel Robinson/Benny Davis, writers
"ain't she sweet" - popular song from the early 20th century; Milton Ager/Jack Yellen, writers;
Lou Gold & the Melody Man, original artist (1/17/1927)
"when you're smiling" - popular song written in 1928; Larry Shay/Mark Fisher/Joe Goodwin, writers;
1st recorded version presumed to be by Seger Ellis in 1928
"on bended knees" - Clarence "Frogman" Henry, artist; Bobby Charles (as 'Robert Guidry'), writer
"jambalaya (on the bayou)" - Hank Williams, artist; Hank Williams, writer
"jole blon" - raditional Cajun waltz; exact writer unclear
earliest known version by 1929 version by Breaux Frères entitled "Ma Blonde Est Partie"
"blueberry hill" - popular song published in 1940; Vincent Rose/Larry Stock/Al Lewis, writers;
1st recorded version by Sammy Kaye Orchestra on 5/31/1940
"(i don't know why) but i do" - Clarence "Frogman" Henry, artist; Paul Gayten/Bobby Charles (as 'Robert Guidry'), writers
"you always hurt the one you love" - pop standard; Allan Roberts/Doris Fisher, writers;
Moon Mullican w/ Cliff Bruner, presumed 1st recorded version

Clarence "Frogman" Henry - vox
Al Bemiss - electric piano
Thaddeus Richard - saxophone
Michael Bacon - guitar
Michael Harris - bass
Clinton Charlot - drums

Source: WWOZ-FM broadcast > Onkyo TX-SV535 receiver > Metric Halo MIO-2882 firewire interface >
Macintosh Powerbook 1 GHZ G4 > MIO record panel (MIOConsoleX 1.4.2) > 24-bit sound file >
Bias Peak 3.21 (station IDs removed where possible, saved as one large file) > MacFlac 2.0.2 > flac >
(May 2020:) iZotope RX 6 v6.00.1210 (trimmed, normalized 7.83 db, 19 kHz notch filter applied to remove
FM pilot signal, split into songs at sector boundaries) > X Audio Compression Toolkit 2.49 > flac
recorded, mastered & shared by nolataper

Info research and additional editing by vanillag, 5/2020:
nolataper's flac files > Traders Little Helper > Sound Forge 14 > Traders Little Helper > flac
--repaired DC offset; applied EQ; adjusted balance; dj announcements removed where possible; re-tracked;
fixed sector boundary errors

vanillag NOTES:
--Frogman performed from 4:20-5:10pm.