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(Anti - 2011)

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Robert Mercurio - bass
Stanton Moore - drums
Jeff Raines - guitar
Rich Vogel - keyboards
Ben Ellman - tenor sax, baritone sax & harmonica

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THE OTHER SIDE OF MIDNIGHT
Live In New Orleans

01. Introduction
02. Gossip (feat. Cyril Neville)
03. Balkan Wedding
04. You Don't Know (feat Cyril Neville)
05. Cinearamascope (feat. Trombone Shorty)
06. Heart Of Steel (feat. Cyril Neville)
07. Garbage Truck
08. Boe Money (feat. the Soul Rebels Brass Band)
09. Wild Man
10. From The Corner To The Block (feat. The Soul Rebels Brass Band & Corey Henry)
11. Funky Bird
12. Boban (Mere Yaara Dildara)
13. Encore: Double It (feat. Big Freedia)

New Orleans outfit GALACTIC has a well earned reputation as one of the most exhilarating live acts around. Last year the band released the critically acclaimed genre defying sonic tribute to the Big Easy entitled YA-KA-MAY, which The Boston Globe described as "an album that showcases a breathtaking array of New Orleans talent, from old-school R&B legends to influential underground hip-hop artists" and the Huffington Post proclaimed as “NOT your grandparents' New Orleans record!” Now the celebrated outfit offers up a rollicking live counterpart to YA-KA-MAY with The Other Side Of Midnight: Live In New Orleans out 5/3 via Anti- Records.

The album was recorded during an electrifying sold-out show at legendary New Orleans’ nightclub Tipitinas which has hosted countless luminaries such as the Neville Bros, the Meters, Dr. John and Professor Longhair. The venue has, of late, become something of a regular home court for GALACTIC, with the band playing multiple sold out shows at the historic club throughout the year. Like Ya-Ka-May, The Other Side of Midnight: Live in New Orleans features a host of guest appearances from the bawdy hip-shaking gender bending “bounce” star Big Freedia to local legends Cyril Neville and Trombone Shorty, the whole thing capturing GALACTIC’s deep musical relationship with their storied hometown. Only in a city like New Orleans could a night this raucous, sweaty and wild also be so incredibly profound.

 
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