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1. Professor Longhair - Go to the Mardi Gras
2. Chris Kenner - Rocket to the Moon
3. Eddie Bo - Every Dog Got His Day
4. Irma Thomas - I May Be Wrong
5. Robert Parker - Walkin'
6. Johnny Adams - a Losing Battle
7. Martha Carter - You Can If You Think You Can
8. Irma Thomas - Don't Mess with My Man
9. Al Johnson - You Done Me Wrong 1
10. Johnny Adams - Life Is Just a Struggle 1
11. Edgar Blanchard - Lonesome Guitar 1
12. Eddie Bo - Tell It Like It Is 1
13. Professor Longhair - Tipitina 1
14. Lenny Capello and the Dots - Tootles 1
15. Al Johnson - Carnival Time 1
16. Tommy Ridgley - Double Eye Whammy 1
17. Eddie Bo - Good Enough for Me 1
18. Johnny Adams - (Oh Why) I Won't Cry 1
19. Professor Longhair - Cuttin' Out 2
20. Joe Jones - You Talk Too Much 2
21. Martha Nelson - I Don't Talk Too Much 2
22. Eddie Bo - Check Mr. Popeye (Part I) 2
23. Mercy Baby - Pleadin' 2
24. Lee Tillman ; Bud Stewart's Top Notchers - Will Travel 2
25. Barbara Lynn - Found My Good Thing 2
26. Tommy Ridgley - in the Same Old Way 2
27. Eddie Bo - Dinky Doo 2
28. The Velvetiers - Feelin' Right Saturday Night

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2018 collection. Feelin' Right Saturday Night: The Ric & Ron Anthology commemorates the 60th anniversary of pioneering New Orleans R&B label Ric Records, and it's sister label Ron Records. The Ric and Ron labels occupy a unique place in the history of New Orleans rhythm and blues. Operating for only four years, between 1958 and 1962, these sister imprints document a unique and transitory sound in New Orleans music, between the eras of the hit-making producers and songwriters Dave Bartholomew in the 1950s (Fats Domino, Smiley Lewis) and Allen Toussaint in the 1960s and 1970s (Lee Dorsey, Irma Thomas, the Meters). With a catalog of only 70 45-RPM singles and a couple of obscure albums, the labels released a disproportionate number of truly great and fun records, along with the debut recordings of two iconic New Orleans vocalists, Johnny Adams and Irma Thomas. Feelin' Right Saturday Night: The Ric & Ron Anthology presents many of the most rocking and exciting tracks in the Ric and Ron catalog-the hits, and a few buried treasures, including two previously unreleased tracks: a demo of 'Tipitina' from Professor Longhair and 'Good Enough For Me' from Eddie Bo, as well as new liner notes from GRAMMY award-winning producer/artist Scott Billington.