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For me the album by which I learned the existence of Dr. John (1973)
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Right Place, Wrong Time (Dr. John song). Right Place, Wrong Time" is a song by American musician Dr. John
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Right Place, Wrong Time. Written-By – Otis Rush. Licensed from Otis Rush Productions. Other Versions (5 of 11) View All. Produced by Allen Toussaint. Album In the Right Place. Right Place, Wrong Time Lyrics. place, but it must have been the wrong time My head was in a bad place, but I'm having such a good time. I been running trying to get hung up in my mind (oooh) Got to give myself a good talking-to this time Just need a little brain salad surgery (oooh) Got to cure this insecurity. I been in the wrong place, but it must have been the right time I been in the right place, but it must have been the wrong song I been in the right vein, but it seems like the wrong arm I been in the right world, but it seems wrong wrong wrong wrong wrong. Slipping, dodging, sneaking, creeping, hiding.
Unit 2A:In the right placebut at the wrong time 2. Vocabulary VACATIONS5 things that you like:- Sightseeing- Foods- Weather- Shopping- People 3. 1. Readinga. 7. Did you have a good time? 8. Did you have any problems? 17. Pronunciation ED PRONUNCIATION Verbs ending in -ed preceded by a voiceless consonant - speak Example: I stop - I stopped.
Right Place, Wrong Time" opens the similarly titled LP In the Right Place, Rebennack's sixth album under the Dr. John persona. Whereas Dr. John's previous album, 1972's Dr. John's Gumbo had paired him with producer Jerry Wexler in an affectionate tribute to classic New Orleans rhythm and blues compositions of the 1950s and '60s, "Right Place" enlisted the production talents of NOLA's own Allen Toussaint, in a far more contemporary setting. We were making fun music, and doing it at our pace," Toussaint said. Of musical interest, too, is Rebennack's continued tribute here to his musical ancestors in the stride piano part that comprises the song's bridge. Lyrically, "Right Place, Wrong Time" is standard blues fare, documenting in ironic one-liners the singer's propensity for misfortune.
wrong wrong wrong wrong. Slipping, dodging,sneaking Creeping hiding out down the street See me life shaking with every who I meet Refried confusion is making itself clear Wonder which way do I go to get on out of here. I been in the right place But it must have been the wrong time I'd have said the right thing But I must have used the wrong line I'd a took the right road But I must have took a wrong turn Would have made the right move But I made it at the wrong time I been on the right
Right Place, Wrong Time by Dr. John. No Roots by Alice Merton. You were at the wrong place at the wrong tim. aybe right place but still, you weren’t supposed to see it. But then why was his door open!? Keep reading. On this day in music history: February 25, 1973 - In The Right Place, the sixth album by Dr. John is released. Produced by Allen Toussaint, it is recorded at Sea-Saint Studios in New Orleans, LA in Late 1972. After recording several acclaimed, but moderate selling albums, the New Orleans born musician and songwriter finally makes his commercial breakthrough with his sixth release. Working with legendary songwriter and musician Allen Toussaint, the producer surrounds John with a group of top notch musicians including The Meters, Ralph MacDonald, and David Spinozza.
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|A||–Isaac Hayes and Dionne Warwick||Can't Hide Love (Al's Extended Edit)
Remix – Al*
|B1||–Sly Stone||Family Affair (Ripp-Edit)
Remix – Ripp
|B2||–Dr. John||Right Place, Wrong Time (Al's Edit)
Remix – Al*