Treme Music: "At the Foot of Canal Street"

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On this week's episode of Treme, a few characters were taken out of New Orleans. Read our review of "At the Foot of Canal Street" NOW.

But just because these individuals stepped out of their comfort zone doesn't mean the show abadoned its typical, Big Easy-inspired soundtrack, of course.

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Visit our Treme music section for a complete look at the singles played on this HBO drama and check out a sampling from last night below:

  • John Boutte - "White Christmas"
  • 5th Ward Weebie - "I Really Want U"
  • Michael White - "Big Chief Battle Axe" Dr. Michael White - A Song for George Lewis - Big Chief Battle Axe
  • Ollie and the Nightingales - "Just a Little Overcome"
  • Bo Dollis - "I Been Hoodood" Bo Dollis - 1313 Hoodoo St. - I Been Hoodood

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