John Delafose - Joe Pete Lost His Two Women / Mother's Day Blues FLAC album
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Joe Pete Lost His Two Women / Mother's Day Blues
FLAC version ZIP size: 1490 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1272 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1915 mb
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Delafose began his career playing in the fais do-do of his area, a Cajun dance party. Later he gained public recognition with albums like Joe Pete Got Two Women (Arhoolie) and Blues Stay Away from Me (Rounder). In the mid-1970s he formed the band The Eunice Playboys, with which he played until his death. The band continues under the direction of his son Geno Delafose. John Delafose died in 1994.
Joe Pete Got Two Women. John Delafose and The Eunice Playboys. Nathan and Zydeco Cha Chas.
John Delafose played an old-school button organ and sang his heart out as he led The Eunice Playboys, and his son Geno carries on the family tradition today. Born in Duralde LA in 1939, John Delafose showed an early interest in the music he heard around him. This enterprising kid made his own fiddle from a cigar box and some wire, and he also took up the harp.
John Delafose and his band the Eunice Playboys bridged the gap between zydeco's roots and its contemporary sound with a mastery matched by few of their peers; despite an affinity for early Creole styles. ead Full Biography. Joe Pete Got Two Women. Heartaches & Hot S. ohn Delafose. Zydeco Man. See Full Discography.
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Delafose began his career playing in the fais do-do of his area, a Cajun dance party. Rockefeller Plaza, San Francisco, .
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