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Voodoo Shoppe
Studio album by Cowboy Mouth
Released 2006-02-21
Label Eleven Thirty
Professional reviews
Cowboy Mouth chronology
Uh-oh
(2003)
Voodoo Shoppe
(2006)
Fearless
(2008)

Voodoo Shoppe is the tenth release and the seventh studio release of Cowboy Mouth.

Cowboy Mouth has associated themselves quite strongly with the city of New Orleans and the music scene in that city. Voodoo Shoppe was the first album produced by the band after Hurricane Katrina, and generated a fair bit of interest in the album because of this. Two songs, Home and The Avenue address the diaspora after Hurricane Katrina, as well as pledging to return to New Orleans to rebuild. Portions of the proceeds were donated to Renew Our Music (formerly the New Orleans Musician's Relief Fund). John Thomas Griffith sits upon their board.[1]

They performed Home and Voodoo Shoppe as part of Starz' New Orleans Music in Exile[2] documentary. During an interview for that show, Fred LeBlanc admitted to not being able to move home, saying, "I live in the tour bus. We all live in the tour bus."

The song "This Much Fun" was featured in the trailer for "Meet the Robinsons" (2007), but not used in the actual movie or on the soundtrack album.

Contents

Track listing

  1. Joe Strummer (Fred LeBlanc, John Thomas Griffith, Paul Sanchez, Mary Lasange, Mitch Allen) - 3:35
  2. Misty Falls (John Thomas Griffith, Fred LeBlanc, Paul Sanchez) - 3:26
  3. Winds Me Up (Fred LeBlanc, John Thomas Griffith, Paul Sanchez, Mary Lasange) - 3:33
  4. Hole In My Heart (John Thomas Griffith, Fred LeBlanc, Paul Sanchez) - 3:57
  5. Voodoo Shoppe (John Thomas Griffith, Fred LeBlanc, Paul Sanchez) - 3:54
  6. Slow Down (Fred LeBlanc, John Thomas Griffith, Paul Sanchez, Mary Lasange) - 3:36
  7. This Much Fun (John Thomas Griffith, Fred LeBlanc, Paul Sanchez) - 2:45
  8. Supersonic (Sonia Tetlow, John Thomas Griffith, Fred LeBlanc, Paul Sanchez) - 2:35
  9. I Told Ya (John Thomas Griffith, Fred LeBlanc, Paul Sanchez, Mary Lasange) - 3:17
  10. Home (John Thomas Griffith, Fred LeBlanc, Paul Sanchez, Sonia Tetlow) - 3:12
  11. Glad To Be Alive (John Thomas Griffith, Fred LeBlanc, Paul Sanchez, Sonia Tetlow, Russ-T Cobb) - 3:34
  12. The Avenue (John Thomas Griffith, Fred LeBlanc, Paul Sanchez, Sonia Tetlow) - 3:55

Singles

  • "The Avenue"
  • "Joe Strummer"

Personnel

References

  1. ^ Hurricane Katrina Relief Efforts for Artists
  2. ^ New Orleans Music In Exile airs on Starz, Starz InBlack
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