Various - Louisiana Cajun Music Special FLAC album
Genre: Folk and World music
Title: Louisiana Cajun Music Special
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Louisiana Cajun Music Special. This is the real deal: a solid hour of Cajun music from the heart of Louisiana filled with songs that were all originally released on a label sequestered in Ville Platte. Kicking off with Nolan Cormier's "Hee Haw Breakdown," the set includes dynamic tracks from the Balfa Brothers, Wallace Derouen, Nathan Abshire, Rambling Aces, Lionel Cormier, Mamou Playboys, Doris Matte, Aldous Mouton, Adam Herbert, Barro with the Teardrops, Austin Pitre, Joe Bonsall, . Menard, and Badeaux and the Louisiana Aces
Album · 1988 · 22 Songs. Cajun Ramblers Special (feat. Wallace Derouen & Cajun Ramblers.
Louisiana Cajun Music Special: Bon Temps Rouler. Released by Swallow Records Dec 1988 22 Tracks. Gaana is the one-stop solution for all your music needs.
Louisiana Cajun Music Special (Bon temps rouler) - various artists CD. Louisiana. Smithsonian Folkways - An Historical Album of Blackfoot Indian Music - Various Artists. Smithsonian Folkways Recordings.
1. Hee Haw Breakdown - Nolan Cormier, The Louisiana Aces). You look like someone who appreciates good music.
This album came out on vinyl in 1976. It is the second of two albums recorded by Ralph Rinzler between 1964-1967 in response to the success of Cajun bands performing at the Newport Festival beginning in 1964. Rinzler knew something was going on down in southwest Louisiana and he wanted to capture it for the Smithsonian. What was going on was that some of the old-timey Cajun and Creole master musicians were still around playing some of the most hard-hitting Louisiana French music you will ever hear
Free download and listen Louisiana Cajun Music Special: Bon temps rouler. Tracks count: 19. Views: 11. Adam Hebert, Country Playboys - Je suis après m'ennuyer 02:39. Menard - She Didn't Know I Was Married 02:39. Menard, Badeaux, Louisiana Aces - Louisiana Aces Special 01:55.
Cajun music (French: Musique cadienne), an emblematic music of Louisiana played by the Cajuns, is rooted in the ballads of the French-speaking Acadians of Canada. Cajun music is often mentioned in tandem with the Creole-based zydeco music, both of Acadiana origin, and both of which have influenced the other in many ways.
|1||–Nolan Cormier & The L.A. Aces*||Hee Haw Breakdown|
|2||–Wallace Derouen & The Cajun Ramblers With Joe Bonsall||Cajun Ramblers Special|
|3||–Nathan Abshire||Pine Grove Blues|
|4||–Maurice Barzas & The Mamou Playboys||Eunice Two-Step|
|5||–Austin Pitre||Mamou Blues|
|6||–Leeman Prejean||Triangle Club Special|
|7||–Joe Bonsall||Hippy Ti Yo|
|8||–Badeaux & The Louisiana Aces*||Louisiana Aces Special|
|9||–Adam Hebert & The Country Playboys||I Am So Lonely|
|10||–The Balfa Brothers||Lacassine Special|
|11||–Belton Richard||The Cajun Stripper|
|12||–Nathan Abshire||Choupique Two-Step|
|13||–Lionel Cormier & The Sundown Playboys*||Cypress Inn Special|
|14||–Barro With The Teardrops||Cameron Two-Step|
|15||–Doris Matte||Waltz Of Regret|
|16||–Bobby Leger & The Lake Charles Playboys*||Little Cajun Boy|
|17||–Aldus Mouton||Zydeco Cha Cha|
|18||–Mamou Playboys*||Mamou Hot Step|
|19||–D. L. Menard||She Didn't Know I Was Married|
|20||–Phil Menard, Don Guillory & The L.A. Travellers*||Family Waltz|
|21||–Rambling Aces*||Two Steps De Vieux Temps|
|22||–Leeman Prejean & The Happy Playboys Of Scott||Cankton Two-Step|
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 029667191425
|CHC 914||Various||Louisiana Cajun Music Special (Cass, Comp)||Ace, Swallow Records||CHC 914||UK||1987|