Dr. John fans are being offered an advance peek at an upcoming double-disc tribute to the musical icon with the premiere of John Fogerty's performance of "New Orleans."

Fogerty's rendition of the song, which you can watch via the video embed above, was recorded during the same all-star tribute concert that makes up the rest of The Musical Mojo of Dr. John. Recorded in 2014 and scheduled to arrive on CD/DVD/Blu-ray Oct. 14, Mojo collects an assortment of the good Doctor's peers and musical disciples performing songs pulled from his catalog and New Orleans' musical tradition, including Bruce Springsteen (chipping in with Dr. John on a performance of "Right Place Wrong Time"), Fogerty, and Warren Haynes.

"It was very moving to have all these people paying tribute to me, but I just treated it like it was another show," Dr. John said in a press release announcing Mojo's arrival. "The whole night felt pretty special, and everyone’s performance was spiritually correct. ... I try not to look back too much, but it really moved me to have all of these people paying tribute. But I want people to know that I’m still in the game and still have a lot more music in me."

The Musical Mojo of Dr. John is available for pre-order now. Check out the complete track listing below.

The Musical Mojo of Dr. John
"Right Place Wrong Time" – Dr. John and Bruce Springsteen
"Blow Wind Blow" – Jason Isbell
"My Indian Red" – Cyril Neville
"Somebody Changed the Lock" – Anders Osborne and Bill Kreutzmann
"Please Send Me Someone to Love" – Dr. John, Aaron Neville and Charles Neville
"Junko Partner" – George Porter Jr. and Zigaboo Modeliste
"Since I Fell for You" – Irma Thomas
"Stack-A-Lee" – Tab Benoit
"Life" – Allen Toussaint
"Street People" – Shannon McNally
"Goodnight Irene" – Dave Malone
"Big Chief" – Big Chief Monk Boudreaux
"Familiar Reality" – Widespread Panic and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band Horns
"You Lie" – Warren Haynes
"Traveling Mood" – Chuck Leavell
"Back by the River" – Ryan Bingham
"Let’s Make a Better World" – John Boutté
"Lay My Burden Down" – Mavis Staples
"New Orleans" – John Fogerty
"Come Rain or Come Shine" – Dr. John and Terence Blanchard
"I Walk on Guilded Splinters" – Dr. John and Sarah Morrow
"Such a Night" – Dr. John and Sarah Morrow

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