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Mamou Blues - Various - Swallow Records - Louisiana Cajun Music Special No. 1 (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. A lot of Cajun music can be heard in dance halls at fais do-do (dance party) and mixes the traditional Cajun music with influences of rock, blues, soul and zydeco. The Cajun Music Icons The first recordings of Cajun music date to the s, featuring performers such as Joe Falcon and Cléoma Breaux, Dennis McGee, Sady Courville and Creole.
  2. La Louisianne Records: Swallow Records c/o Floyd's Record Shop: P.O. Box Post Office Drawer Lafayette, Louisiana Ville Platte, Louisiana
  3. Find the Best Louisiana Blues Albums on AllMusic. A looser, more laid-back, and percussive version of the Jimmy Reed side of the Chicago sound, Louisiana Blues has several distinctive stylistic elements to distinguish it from other genres.
  4. Apr 29,  · Mamou Hot Step - Jesse Lege and Friends at Augusta Cajun Week - Duration: Augusta Heritage Center of Davis & Elkins College 1,, views.
  5. Jun 9, - Nathan Abshire - The Great Cajun Accordionist Ace Records UK. Jun 9, - Nathan Abshire - The Great Cajun Accordionist Ace Records UK. Stay safe and healthy. Please practice hand-washing and social distancing, and check out our resources for adapting to these times.
  6. Just Like A Cajun / No One Will Ever Know. JIM OLIVIER. Bourbon Street Cajun / Why Did I Do That. JIM OLIVIER. Let's Seperate / Play Cajun Man. / JIM OLIVIER. I'm To Blame / Le Bon Dieu Va M'Aider (I Know The Lord Will Help Me) Belton Richard & the Musical Aces. I Like Cajun Music / I'll Take The Blame.
  7. Apr 07,  · From Swallow Records' pioneer series, this set covers Cajun great Austin Pitre, one of the most popular artists of the "dancehall period." For those who like Cajun music a bit later than those earliest recording days of pre-World War II but before the Cajun renaissance days of the s onward with Beausoleil, Zachary Richard, Wayne Toups, Steve Riley, etc. this collection fills something of a 5/5(2).
  8. Culture. Mamou is located at the heart of Louisiana's Cajun country. The town is famous for its music and musicians, and bills itself as "The Cajun Music Capital of the World". Consequently, Mamou figures into a number of song titles (such as "'Tit Galop Pour Mamou," "Valse de Grand Mamou," "Mamou Two-Step," and "Mamou Hot Step") and lyrics such as "Somewhere Over China" by Jimmy Buffett, as.
  9. Over the past 40 years, Swallow Records has released 45rpm single records and albums of Cajun French music, including recordings by Adam Hebert, Belton Richard, Dewey Balfa and the Balfa Brothers, Nathan Abshire, Jambalaya Cajun Band, Paul Daigle & Cajun Gold, D.L. Menard, and many more, plus recordings by the Cajun French story teller.

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