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Companies, etc. Published By – TEK Music. Published By – Starday Music. A1, A2, A4, A5, B8 to B11: TEK Music A3, B1, B2: Starday Music. Sequential track positions.
The word entered American English via Louisiana French in Louisiana and is thought to originate from the Choctaw word "bayuk", which means "small stream". The first settlements of Bayou Teche, and other bayous, were by the Cajuns, and that is why bayous are associated with Cajun culture.
Sessions - Jo-El Sonnier. Where's That Music Comin' From? - Jo-El Sonnier. Cajun Hymns - Jo-El Sonnier.
Louisiana Cajun French Music from the Southwest Prairies, V. 1. "Please retry". For those who've heard those nice polished Swallow recordings of the Balfas and Austin Pitre this album is a nice switch from the studio to the home & dance hall. Plus we get to hear some very old Cajun folk numbers as well. Find the Balfas "Play Traditional Cajun Music" and Swallow various artist compilation that might feature Austin Pitre's singles, as they are a "easier" introduction to the musicians than these field recordings
Harnett Kane, New Orleans native, paints a vibrant picture of the bayous of southern Louisiana and the people that inhabit them, bringing them to life through a mixture of personal anecdotes, history, and stories related to him by the residents of Barataria Bay, the bayous Lafouche and Teche, and the plains in the west of the state.
The American Fogies, Vol. 2 1996. About California Cajun Orchestra. The only full-time band in California to specialize in Cajun music, the California Cajun Orchestra prove that the two-steps and waltzes of Cajun music are no longer limited to southwest Louisiana. An outgrowth of the Blue Flame Stringband, the California Cajun Orchestra transform the traditional sounds of the bayous into an exciting, dance-inspiring music. The only authentic Cajun in the band, Eunice, Louisiana-born Danny Poullard, inherited his love of music from his father, John, who played accordion. Moving to San Francisco in the early 1960s, he spent several years performing with Cajun accordionist John Simeon's band, the Louisiana Playboys. Upon Simeon's death, he assumed leadership of the group
Louisiana’s bayous are home to American alligators, blue herons, shrimp, white-tailed deer and fish. Bayou Bartholomew, a 375-mile-long wetland, supports the lives of more than 100 fish species. Numerous species of migratory nesting birds visit Louisiana bayous in fall and spring. People of Bayou Country. Choctaw Indians have inhabited Louisiana’s bayous for centuries. The bayous not only provided the food and shelter they needed, but also offered protection from invaders. Many of Louisiana’s bayou residents, called Cajuns, speak a form of French unique to the region. The Cajun lifestyle encompasses a mixture of Creole and homespun culture, which has produced distinctive styles of music, dance and cooking.
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