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Bonsoir Moreau - Various - Zydeco. Black Creole, French Music & Blues (CD)

| 03.09.2019

Download Bonsoir Moreau - Various - Zydeco. Black Creole, French Music & Blues (CD)
Label: Frémeaux & Associés - FA 5616 • Format: 2x, CD Compilation • Country: France • Genre: Blues • Style: Louisiana Blues


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  • Kajilar says:
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    Various Artists Louisiana Cajun and Creole Music () - "Bonsoir Moreau" - (Canray Fontenot w. Alphonse Ardoin dit "Bois-Sec") - "Bonsoir Moreau" - (Canray Fontenot w. Alphonse Ardoin dit "Bois-Sec") The Balfa Brothers Play Traditional Cajun Music () - "Parlez nous a boire" - "Parlez nous a boire" The Balfa Brothers.
  • Voodootilar says:
    Examples. One possible definition of Creole folk music is this: melodies, sometimes including dance-related instrumental accompaniments, sung in Louisiana French and Louisiana Creole by Louisiana Creole people of French, Spanish, Native, and/or African descent.
  • Fauran says:
    Les Amis Creole (The Creole Friends) are three black Creole musicians from southeast Texas. Led by accordionist and fiddler Ed Poullard, the trio (James Adams on guitar and Cedric Watson on fiddle and vocals) pays homage to the music of their Creole heritage. Although a generation younger than.
  • Dimi says:
    During the 50s and 60s zydeco was the blues of the French-speaking black population of Louisiana, with the accordion replacing the harmonica as instrument of choice. Today the music is enjoying huge popularity, with thousands of aficionados from across the globe flooding to festivals in Lafayette, Breaux Bridge and other small towns across.
  • Shaktijar says:
    There was also some spillover from zydeco and Cajun music, as Clarence Garlow, Thaddus Declouet, and Rockin' Sidney-- all represented on this anthology -- did some R&B and blues sides for Goldband, although they are principally zydeco artists. Cookie & the Cupcakes, who also have a track, are thought of more as a swamp-pop group than as a blues.

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