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List Of Songs On Treme – Episode 10 – Season 1 – June 20, 2010

List of songs in order of appearance in show – “I’ll Fly Away”

Links for downloading music are at bottom of page. Any questions, feel free to contact me.

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Point in the show: Opening Credits of the show

  • Artist : John Boutte’
  • Song: “Treme Song”
  • Album: Jambalaya

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Point in the show: Davis talking to his mother about borrowing money for album

  • Artist : Hot Springs Music Festival Symphony Orchestra & Richard Rosenberg
  • Song: “Symphonie Romantique, RO 255, “La Nuit Des Tropiques” (A Night In the Tropics), “Symphony No. 1″: I. Noche en los Tropicos (A Night In the Tropics)”
  • Album: Gottschalk: Symphonies Nos. 1 & 2, Escenas Campestres Cubanas, Grande Tarentelle

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Point in the show: Riley driving up in his truck to Gigi’s

  • Artist : Ohio Players
  • Song: “Ecstasy”
  • Album: Ecstasy

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Point in the show: Riley in the bar talking to Lil’ Bouncer and LaDonna

  • Artist : Ernie K-Doe
  • Song: “Te Ta Te Ta TA”
  • Album: Ernie K-Doe Selected Hits (Vol. 2)

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Point in the show: Davis and Janette packing boxes at her house

  • Artist : the subdudes
  • Song: “He’s Got you On His Mind”
  • Album: Live At Last

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Point in the show: Harley (Steve Earle) and Annie working on lyrics to “This City”, the ending credits song for this episode

  • Artist : Steve Earle
  • Song: “This City”
  • Album: Treme Season 1 Soundtrack

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Point in the show: Mardi Gras Indians working on their suits at Poke’s

  • Artist : Louis Jordan
  • Song: “Ain’t Nobody Here But Us Chickens”
  • Album: No Moe! Louis Jordan’s Greatest Hits

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Point in the show: Davis and Janette looking at the newspaper on the story about Creighton

  • Artist : Bennie Moten & His Kansas City Orchestra
  • Song: “New Orleans”
  • Album: Hoagy Carmichael: The First of the Singer-Songwriters, CD. D

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Point in the show: Antoine is rehearsing with Allen Toussaint

  • Artist : Lloyd Price
  • Song: “Stagger Lee”
  • Album: Lloyd Price Greatest Hits: The Original ABC-Paramount Recordings

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Point in the show: At Poke’s Tavern when Albert gets up to get some sleep

  • Artist : Miles Davis
  • Song: “Green Haze”
  • Album: The Musings of Miles (RVG Remaster)

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Point in the show: Albert wakes ups and this is playing on the radio

  • Artist : Juvenile
  • Song: “Animal”
  • Album: Reality Check

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Point in the show: Davis played this in his gig at WWOZ

  • Artist : The Baby Dodds Trio
  • Song: “My Indian Red” ( No MP3, buy here)
  • Album: Jazz à la Creole: The Baby Dodds Trio

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Point in the show: John Boutte singing to Janette on the porch

  • Artist : Sam Cooke
  • Song: “Bring It On Home To Me (Live)”
  • Album: One Night Stand – Sam Cooke Live At the Harlem Square Club, 1963

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Point in the show: Art Neville singing with Allen Toussaint

  • Artist : Art Neville
  • Song: “Cha Dooky Doo”
  • Album: Early R and B, Vol. 3

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Point in the show: Davis and Janette driving down the street looking at oak trees

  • Artist : The Hawks
  • Song: “I Can’t See For Lookin’ “ ( No MP3, buy here)
  • Album: The Hawks Rock!

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Point in the show: Davis and Janette eating poboys at Domilise’s

  • Artist : Rebirth Brass Band
  • Song: “Just A Little While To Stay Here”
  • Album: Rollin’

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Point in the show: Chief Albert exiting Poke’s in costume

  • Artist : The Wild Tchoupitoulas
  • Song: “Indian Red”
  • Album: The Wild Tchoupitoulas

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Point in the show: Chief Albert and the rest of the Indians marching down the street

  • Artist : The Wild Tchoupitoulas
  • Song: “Hey Pocky Way”
  • Album: The Wild Tchoupitoulas

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Point in the show: Irma Thomas singing on stage with rest of band

  • Artist : Irma Thomas
  • Song: “Time Is On My Side”
  • Album: Treme Season 1 Soundtrack

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Point in the show: Davis and Janette at Le Bon Temps Roule, with the Soul Rebels Brass Band and John Mooney

  • Artist : John Mooney
  • Song: “Drink a Little Poison (4 U Die)”
  • Album: Big Ol’ Fiya

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Point in the show: Davis and Janette at the hotel

  • Artist : James Booker
  • Song: “On the Sunny Side of the Street”
  • Album: Junco Partner

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Point in the show: Sonny at the bar scoring some cocaine

  • Artist : Quintron & Miss Pussycat
  • Song: “Swamp Buggy Badass”
  • Album: Swamp Tech

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Point in the show: Albert playing the bass and Delmond on the trumpet

  • Artist : Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five
  • Song: “Is You Is or Is You Ain’t My Baby”
  • Album: Louis Jordan: Let the Good Times Roll – The Anthology 1938-1953

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Point in the show: At the cemetery for Daymo’s burial, Rev. Lois Dejean is the singer

  • Artist : Mahalia Jackson
  • Song: “Just A Closer Walk With Thee”
  • Album: Mahalia Jackson Sings America’s Favorite Hymns

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Point in the show: Davis on porch telling his neighbors he is not leaving

  • Artist : Katey Red & Dem Hoes
  • Song: “Melpomene Block Party”
  • Album: New Orleans Bounce Essentials

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Point in the show: Daymo is driving down the street when he is stopped by cop

  • Artist : Juvenile, Wacko & Skip
  • Song: “Nolia Clap”
  • Album: Beginning Of The End

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Point in the show: Second line leaving the cemetery

  • Artist : Kermit Ruffins
  • Song: “Didn’t He Ramble”
  • Album: Livin’ a Tremé Life

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Point in the show: Second line leaving the cemetery

  • Artist : The Treme Brass Band
  • Song: “I’ll Fly Away”
  • Album: The Treme Brass Band

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Point in the show: Ending Credits

  • Artist : Steve Earle
  • Song: “This City”
  • Album: Season 1 Soundtrack

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Comments on this entry are closed.

  • Dan June 22, 2010, 9:51 am

    So what was the Louis Jordan song Big Chief & his son tried jamming to?

  • Dan June 22, 2010, 9:52 am

    Haha.. oops.. disregard. Not sure how I missed that.

    • Mel June 22, 2010, 9:55 am

      No problem….

  • Billy June 22, 2010, 4:31 pm

    So good to see this resource

    • Mel June 22, 2010, 7:27 pm

      Billy, Glad you like it . If you ever have any questions, do not hesitate to ask….

  • Marty June 23, 2010, 12:04 pm

    I’m trying to find the song and artist of the very last song of Treme. Its when the credits are rollong.

    Can you help?

    Thanks

    Marty

  • Marty June 23, 2010, 12:06 pm

    Ok, just found it Steve Earl and I hope they relase the song.

    • Mel June 23, 2010, 12:48 pm

      They should have released it as a single I have gotten quite a few emails about it already.

  • SCOTT June 29, 2010, 2:10 pm

    THANKS for this. This is a great list, so comprehensive!
    I was going crazy trying to think of and find a song from this amazing show. Thanks to this site I found it and many others.
    Thanks again for being so thorough.
    Scott

    • Mel June 29, 2010, 2:50 pm

      You are welcome Scott, if you have any questions about the music, let me know here or via contact button at top.

      Thanks, Mel

  • Kukubura July 11, 2010, 4:09 pm

    Great resource. I was looking for the song during the late night montage.

    • Mel July 11, 2010, 4:27 pm

      Thanks, Glad you like it. That song would be “My Indian Red” by the Baby Dodds Trio. Unfortunately only available in CD, no MP3 download available.

      Thanks for writing in and if you have any other questions, do not hesitate to ask

  • Sonia September 1, 2010, 11:20 pm

    Thank you so much for posting this and for the whole website! I have had this version of “My Indian Red” in my head since I watched this episode and got upset because I couldn’t find who played it

    • Mel September 2, 2010, 9:22 am

      You are welcome Sonia. If you ever have any questions, do not hesitate to ask.

      Mel

  • Derek April 27, 2011, 11:41 am

    Clarence Frogman Henry was on the closing credits of the last episade of season 1 but I didnt hear him sing. Was he a member of one of the bands or in an earlier episode?

    • Mel April 29, 2011, 9:35 am

      I remember him in an episode with Art Neville and the band. He was sitting at the poker table if I remember correctly

  • Russ Martin May 8, 2011, 9:30 pm

    V. nice job putting this together.
    “I’ll Fly Away” by the Treme Brass Band on itunes is the studio version
    and it has vocals. Do you know if there is an instrumental version like they played
    in season 1 eps 10.

    • Mel May 9, 2011, 11:25 am

      Not sure but I will look around. I am currently out of the country so probably will not get to until next week. Thanks for writing in…

  • Christin May 17, 2011, 5:06 pm

    In the last episode of Season 1, Annie helps a man playing guitar/singing with the lyrics of a song he’s writing. She suggests the line ‘iko iko one day’. What was the song?

  • Lucero July 11, 2011, 9:00 pm

    Thank you!
    We don’t have cable, but just watched the first season on DVD and am absolutely a fan of Treme. Thank you so much for providing this amazing resource . . . if not for you I’d be going crazy looking for names of songs, music, musicians . . . Looking forward to seeing season two . . . LLucero

    • Mel July 14, 2011, 3:48 pm

      Glad you like it, not sure when Season 2 will be out on DVD though…