Zydeco CD

Zydeco

A hefty serving of upbeat bayou boogie (Available at retail in the US only)
$14.98
1
The Creole Zydeco Farmers - Creole Farmers Stomp - (United States)

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2
Keith Frank & The Soileau Zydeco Band - Ço Fa - (United States)

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3
Rosie Ledet - You're No Good For Me - (United States)

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4
Beau Jocque - What You Gonna Do? - (United States)

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5
Nathan & the Zydeco Cha Chas - I'm In Love - (United States)

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6
Jude Taylor & His Burning Flames - Burnin' Flames Special - (United States)

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7
Boozoo Chavis - Lula Lula Don't You Go To Bingo - (United States)

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8
Queen Ida & Her Zydeco Band - My Girl Josephine - (United States)

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9
Clifton Chenier - Calinda - (United States)

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10
Buckwheat Zydeco - I'm on the Wonder - (United States)

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11
Geno Delafose - Bye Bye Mon Nég - (United States)

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12
Joe K K and Zydeco Force - Hoochie Coochie - (United States)

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13
Chris Ardoin & Double Clutchin' - Stay In Or Stay Out - Pass the Dutchie - (United States)

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Zydeco is a satisfying survey of the fascinating fusion of French and African culture in Louisiana and features most of the genre's biggest stars including Clifton Chenier, Boozoo Chavis, Buckwheat Zydeco, Beau Jocque, Keith Frank, Geno Delafose, Chris Ardoin, Nathan and the Zydeco Cha Chas, Queen Ida, and Zydeco Force as well as regional favorites Rosie Ledet, The Creole Zydeco Farmers and Jude Taylor.

Respected New Orleans music critic Michael Tisserand, the acclaimed author of The Kingdom of Zydeco, wrote the detailed and informative liner notes especially for this collection. The booklet features excellent photographs by Rick Olivier and Jack Vartoogian, both well-known documentors of Louisiana music culture.

Catalog ID#: P160