“Good Morning Ms. Brown.” And what a good morning it is!

The fourth installment of L4LM’s partnership with the Bloody Sunday Sessions features none other than blues legend Taj Mahal, jamming on his original song “Good Morning Ms. Brown.” Like videos prior, the song was filmed while Mahal and his band were riding on a horse-drawn carriage through the streets of New Orleans, LA.

Watch “Good Morning Ms. Brown,” below:

Sound engineer and producer, Eric Heigle, thought of the idea for the “Bloody Sunday Sessions” on his balcony, while living in the oldest apartment building in the United States. Watching the carriages pass by during breaks from a home studio recording session, it seemed only logical to put the two together. Add some Bloody Mary’s to the mix, and the rest is history in the making. 

Stay tuned to Live for Live Music for more exciting installments of this series!

Director/ Producer – Eric Heigle 
Line Producer/ Producer – Travis Laurendine
Producer – Josh Freund
Producer – Sam Radutzky
Co-producer – Isa Sloan

Sound Recordist/ Mixer – Eric Heigle
Camera – Sam Radutzky, Nathan Tape and Eric Heigle
Video Editing – ABIS Productions

Filmed on March 21st, 2015 on Burgundy Street in the French Quarter in New Orleans, LA.