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Oscar "Slim" Doucet, the accordion player, does two songs here with a man named Chester Hawkins on guitar: Moi qui te dis je peux remercier Le Hadacol a Nonc Dudley Si tas des douleurs mais tout partout Dans tes jambes et dans ton cou Si tas besoin des vitamins Le Hadacol peut le mettre within Si Dating guys creole docteurs tont decomptes Y a une sauce pour tas casse Y a une chance pour ta sante Le Hadacol peut te le donner Viens faire serment dessus la Bible Te sentir mieux.
Mon petit garcon a plus des crises Ma vieille a plus des rhumatismes Sont plus malades at all at all Depuis ils ont pris le Hadacol Sois garanti, tu prends quelques doses Tes yeux sont claires, tes joues sont roses Prends quelques bouteilles et je te promets Tu vas jongler pour courtiser Jai fait serment dessus la Bible Me sentir mieux.
Chef is proud of both locations but he wants, and achieves, definable separations in styles and operations. It's just great to have all 34 of these great recordings available in a single 2-CD set!
Fuselier contributed some of the standards of the Cajun music repertoire. Lafleur, later Moise Robin, on accordion is thought to be the second Cajun musician to record.
Chef Michael Gulotta is a family-type guy at all levels. He was the first to record the Lake Arthur Stomp under that title. We are very fortunate today to have so much music from the s and s available on CD, much more than was available even when this Web site began in Fuselier accompanying Iry LeJeune home from a dance when the two had a flat tire and pulled off the road to fix it.
The ones I want the most will find me irresistible and they want me, hard. One step, not two, by the great, great Amede Ardoin, a black accordion player regarded as one of the fathers of the Creole music style, the roots of Zydeco! A fortunate, unique record of cultural history, with songs of joy and pride and common woes.
Nathan Abshire and the Rayne-Bo Ramblers: Here Douglas is accompanied by Kirby Riley, accordion. Moving on to my other point… This is similar to what I was saying at the first part — when you ASSUME he wants you, you are far more likely to have him end up wanting you.
They were the first Cajun band to play the bandstand standing up, first to use amplification in their dances. Those recordings are legendary!
See Recording Activity in New Orleans in the 'Twenties for an interesting rundown of the diversity captured at just one of the outposts recording music at that time.
I never told her this, but I was never into fair-skinned girls with freckles — just not my type.