[embedyt]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=[/embedyt] “This “unique blend” evolved through genres. The family statement says: “Around dawn on June 6, the legendary musician Malcolm John Rebenneck, Jr., known as Dr. John, died of a heart attack. In the late 1960s, he became “Dr. John”, his alter ego based on the voodoo priest’s ego from New Orleans, and his LP 1968 is known for its combination of funk, jazz, blues and psychedelics from New Orleans. Malcolm John Rebennack, a native of New Orleans, received his grandmother’s degree and was presented at the Rock’n’Roll Hall of Fame. Biographies tell us that John inherited his “own” love for music from his “own” father, who ran a record company, among other things. The musical bastion of New Orleans, DR JOHN, died yesterday, June 6. Since then he has worked with people like Aretha Franklin, Van Morrison, Cher, Frank Zappa and dozens of other musical legends. He started playing guitar, but after a discussion in 1960 he went on the piano, but “his skills” were such that he was hired by Phil Spector as part of the famous “Destroying Team”. Dr. John was married twice and confessed that he had “many children”. In many ways, it was his special attraction – he was unique – a song that was unique. He was 77 years old and died of a heart attack. He performed as a soloist and a popular sessional musician. The recording takes only a few minutes and provides more opportunities.