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The Radiators

The Radiators got started on January 28, 1978, during a rehearsal in the garage of one of the bandmembers; by the late '80s, they had become one of New Orleans' most popular rock & roll bands, serving up a smorgasbord of musical styles that included blues, R&B, funk, and rootsy rock & roll. Founding members keyboardist/vocalist Ed Volker and guitarist/vocalist Camile Baudoin began playing together in the 1960s. Drummer Frank Bua began working with the two in 1970, and guitarist Dave Malone and bassist Reggie Scanlan played with other New Orleans bands until they formed as the Rhapsodizers in the mid-'70s. They changed their name to the Radiators in 1978 and released their debut, Work Done on Premises, two years later on their own Croaker Records. Heat Generation followed in 1982, and the band began to develop a loyal following in the Crescent City by the time percussionist Glenn Sears joined in early '80s, making them a sextet. The Radiators developed a reputation for intense, lengthy marathon-like live shows that would last three hours or more, akin to what the Allman Brothers and Little Feat were doing; their shows became highlights of the annual New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, and word of their reputation spread. In 1987, after a six-year hiatus, the Radiators signed to Epic Records and released Law of the Fish, followed two years later with Zig-Zaggin' Through Ghostland. After the release of Total Evaporation in 1991, the band issued Snafu 10-31-'91, 1995's New Dark Ages, and 1996's Party On. The group continued being active into the new millennium, releasing the self-titled The Radiators in 2001 and Dreaming Out Loud in 2006. ~ Richard Skelly
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Selected Discography

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Track List: The Lost Southlake Sessions

1. Have A Little Mercy

2. Everything Gets In The Way

3. Solid Ground

4. Devil's Dream

5. Blowin' Smoke

6. Fires Of Love

7. Honey From The Bee

8. Love Ain't Love

9. Soul Deep

10. Hurtin' For It

11. Good As Gone

12. Freeway

13. River Run

14. I Want To Go Where The Green Arrow Goes

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Track List: Wild & Free

Disc 1

1. Wild And Free

2. House Of Blue Lights (Live)

3. Suck The Head, Squeeze The Tip (Live)

4. Oh Beautiful Loser (Live)

5. Love Trouble

6. Where Was You At?

7. My Home Is On The Border (Live)

8. Like Dreamers Do (Live)

9. Fever Dream

10. Hard Core (Live)

11. Cupid's Got A Mighty Arrow

12. I Want To Go Where The Green Arrow Goes (Live)

13. Songs From The Ancient Furnace (Live)

Disc 2

1. Girl With The Golden Eyes

2. Hard Time Train (Live)

3. Have A Little Mercy (Live)

4. One-Eyed Jack

5. Doctor Doctor (Live)

6. Forever Man

7. Strangers (Live)

8. Stand By Me, Baby (Live)

9. When Her Snake Eyes Roll

10. All Meat Off The Same Bone (Live)

11. Hard Rock Kid (Live)

12. Last Getaway (Live)

13. Tear My Eyes Out

14. King Solomon Don't Mind (Live)

15. Red Dress (Live)

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Track List: Dreaming Out Loud

1. Ace In The Hole

2. Dreaming Out Loud

3. Wrestling With The Angel

4. Rub It In

5. Lost Radio

6. The Man Who Lost His Head

7. 7 Devils

8. Don't Pray For Me

9. Rollercoaster

10. The Death Of The Blues

11. Desdomona

12. Good Things

13. Shine Tonight

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Track List: Law Of The Fish

1. This Wagon's Gonna Roll

2. Like Dreamers Do

3. Doctor Doctor

4. Oh Beautiful Loser

5. Suck The Head

6. Mood To Move

7. Sparkplug

8. Holiday

9. Love Is A Tangle

10. Boomerang

11. Hard Time Train

12. Law Of The Fish

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Track List: The Last Watusi

Disc 1

1. Who Been Here

2. Fools Go First

3. Diamond Joe

4. You Ain't Going Nowhere

5. Oh Daniel

6. Smoke And Dust

7. Sailor's Delight

8. The Brand New Tennessee Waltz

9. Soul On Fire

10. The Ballad Of Delia Green

11. Murder In My Heart For The Judge

12. The Cuckoo

13. Last Fair Deal Gone Down

Disc 2

1. Metric Man

2. #2 Pencil

3. Total Evaporation

4. Fall Of Dark

5. You Can't Keep No Secrets From The Holy Ghost

6. Roll Me Over

7. Crawfish Head

8. I Don't Speak Love

9. When Her Snake Eyes Roll

10. Soul Of The World

11. Rub It In

12. Jigsaw

Disc 3

1. My Last Getaway

2. Monkey Meet

3. Cocktail Music

4. River Run

5. Daddy's Coming Home

6. Where Was You At?

7. Hot Lube

8. Red Dress

9. Let The Red Wine Flow

10. Waiting For The Rain

11. Lost Radio

12. Like Dreamers Do

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I grew up with the rads playing at louigis pizza place in gentilly saw them at every venue in New Orleans and in my opinion they are the best band to ever come out of the big easy
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That's right fallow along peeps
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The BEST live band EVER!! If you never saw The Rads you missed out in the stuff you tell your grandkids about. Work done on premise is one of the best live albums to be recorded. Why they aren't in the rock and roll hall of fame is a crime that needs to be investigated .
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Will always remember those palombaro nites
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They are getting old like the rest of us but they got together at their old Tippatinas. and they blow it out.
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racebuford
Used to rock out to these guys at the Dream Palace just out on the East side of the French Quarter.
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wow, this sounds better every time I listen to them ....very cool!
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No clue tracy.
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Love the Rads! Reunion at Tipatinas in January!!!
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I am new to Pandora, and also known as the Dream Catcher holoween night in Minneapolis. They have proudly displayed their character & spirituality time & time again! I absolutely love their writing's recommending them to everyone I meet. I'll do my best to make them proud!
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Garage band Bar band at best
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saw them last month in New Orleans,
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Saw them in north Georgia in 06, harvest fest. Kickin show. Earth vs the radiators one of the best live recordings ever!
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Saw them many times and it was always awesome. Wish they were still playing.
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Best I ever heard. Step aside Gregg and Little Feat. Gotta make room for Radiators. Wish I knew them in the '70s.
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Great live band ss7. Too bad pretty much retired.
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I'm a big Feat fan, and have a couple of Radiators studio discs but weren't that impressed with them. Everything sounded the same, as opposed to Feat's multiple singers and songwriters. But this live Lucinda is pretty darn spectacular!
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Put their twin leads up against any band. ABB Wishbone Ash come to mind.
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mrschaffins
i like them.....
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Gatorators will be great but without Volker never have that unique magic
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bondsjb
Dave, Camille & Reggie now reformed as the Gatorators. Playing NorCal this weekend, heard em last night, headed to second show now.
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Work Done On!
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Live On Premises!
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Meanwhile back at the Treme-Danang is nowhere to be found.
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Radiators @ Rock & Bowl! Yeah, boy!
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pat.praetori u s
Thanks to the friend who turned me on to this music.
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Yes I'am
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karmacreatio n s
Worked with them at a Crayfish Festival back in the 90s at Waterloo village NJ. They put on a nice show. One advantage to being a Stagehand is always having a backstage pass, great Music and getting paid for it too.
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bradyork
That's not Greg sitting in?
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plover98
I had moved to Hawaii and discovered slack key by the time they got famous but their garage band ( next door) had an "otherworldl y " something.
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YEAH.,,,,,,, , , , , , , , , B U D D Y ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
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Saw them live at a great club in Shreveport in...1981-is h . What a night!
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The last Radiators concert ever (said to report) is in New Orleans, LA Tipitina's Uptown Sat Jun 11 / 11.
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winje33
2010 Heritage Festival, New Orleans. Sitting on the levee with my lovey,watchi n g the ships quietly moving downriver, the sun setting, The Radiators playing..... . . . . . . . . . . . . s h e e r heaven!
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Raditate - Love that Fish Head Music
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pmiddleton17
Just a Great Jam band... cool stuff here... NICE!
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almost a month a way from "Rock n Bowl"
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Radiate!
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ted3291
I tasted the Rad's in my poorer days, back in the early & mid 90's, at my most fav place on earth... the Jazz & Heritage Fest...I couldn't afford their album that had, I think the name was, the song "My Big V8". Now I can't find it! Twas the most kickin tune!!! Any good soul out there able to help me out??? Ahh, red beans & rice, my Jazz Fest friends!
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BIG ONES EAT THA LITTLE ONES...
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Gettin ready for the Colorado shows with Bonerama! See ya there...
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The Rads are THE BEST "UNKNOWN" Band out there...Thei r Live shows are unbelievable . . .
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ps.adamek
Wow !!!!!!!!!! I cannot believe I never heard these guys before... What planet have I been on?
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smcclees
Oh My God. These guys have it all!
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daniel.lebla n c 8 8
YES YES YES.
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Remember having a cassttee of Zig-zagging thru Ghostland..a great album wish i could get it now
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ive see them live every chance i got.to see them in a small club enviorment is ,well lets just say Icant think of anything better.tighe s t band in the world!!!They just plain freakin rock!!!!
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My brother went to Tulane in the early 80's and turned me on to these guys. Have seen them many times and NEVER came away disappointed . Highly recommend "Work Done On Premises" for those looking for a good introduction to the band. One of my favorites of all time - no doubt!
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One of the best 3 rock and roll bands of all time, well, in my opinion.
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A treasure. Thanks to Pandora for introducing me to these guys.
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