Monday, May 17, 2010

Treme "Shallow Water, Oh Mama":

With all the crap that's been dumped on the characters of Treme, nearly every single one found a kernel of corn in this deep wood... a flower growing up through the cracks in the pavement.

Toni digs up evidence on the search for Daymo, Delmond finds himself joining in with his father's Mardi Gras Indians practice, Creighton's literary agent shows up with mostly good news, Antoine has a nice moment with his mentor, Antoine gets an opportunity to give back to his mentor and even Davis' election joke may have more than a punchline. All that's left is the Annie/Sonny unfortunate storyline and poor Janette's restaurant closing its doors. Things are at least beginning to point towards some kind of arc. And there's music, of course.

Treme - Episode 106
"Davis for Council" - Davis (Steve Zahn)
"La Danse de la Vie" - Beausoleil
"I Was a Little Too Lonely" - Nat King Cole
"Basin Street Blues" - Annie (Lucia Micarelli) & Sonny (Michiel Huisman) [Jack Teagarden version]
"Salee Dames" - Papa Don Vappie
"Down by the Riverside" - Michael White
"Over in the Gloryland" - Original Royal Players Brass Band [Preservation Hall Jazz Band]
"The Things That I Used to Do" - Guitar Slim
"Got to be More Careful" - Jon Cleary
"Iko Iko" - Delmond (Rob Brown) & Donald Harrison [The Wild Magnolias]
"St John's Eve" - Coco Robicheaux
"One Way or Another" - Walter "Wolfman" Washington
"Nuki Suki" - Little Richard
"Quantum Time" - Delmond (Rob Brown) & Donald Harrison
"12's It" - Ellis Marsalis
"Alle Parti Pour Voi Beau Jocque" - Beau Jocque & the Zydeco Hi-Rollers
"Just a Closer Walk with Thee" - Danny Nelson
"Intoit" - Stan Getz
"Fly Me to the Moon" - Jazz Band w/ Antoine (Wendell Pierce) [Tony Bennett]
"Shallow Water, Oh Mama" - Mardi Gras Indians [Golden Eagles version]
"Take the A Train" - Jazz Band w/ Antoine (Wendell Pierce) [Duke Ellington version]
"Horo" - Panorama Brass Band
"Stooges Party" - Stooges Brass Band
"Party Town" - Bobby Charles

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