Folklore cajun (8) - 1950-1960

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1950s-60s

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Proud jukebox standards of the 1950s and 1960s with various artists. Love the way Sidney Brown ended his recordings with Bingo! Domino!


 
Lionel Cormier & The Sundown Playboys: La Riviere (River Two Step) Lionel Cormier & The Sundown Playboys: Mermentau Breakdown
Pee Wee Broussard: Creole Stomp Pee Wee Broussard: Chere Toutoute
Pee Wee Broussard: M & S Special Pee Wee Broussard: Waltz that Carried Me to My Grave
Pee Wee Broussard: New Iberia Stomp New Pee Wee Broussard: Valse des Bons Amis New
Robert Bertrand & Joel Sonnier: Memphis New

Robert Bertrand & Joel Sonnier: Mother's Day Waltz New

Robert Bertrand: Lost Love Waltz New

Robert Bertrand: Drunkard's Waltz New

Robert Bertrand: Eunice Two Step

Robert Bertrand: Grand Gueydan

Robert Bertrand: Corinna Corinna

Robert Bertrand: Me for You, You for Me

Jay Stutes: La Branche du Murier

Phil Menard with Robert Bertrand & The Louisiana Travelers: Chere Cherie

Alphee & Shirley Bergeron & The Veteran Playboys: Le Crêpe a Nazaire

Alphee & Shirley Bergeron & The Veteran Playboys: Bosco Blues

Alphee & Shirley Bergeron & The Veteran Playboys: New Country Waltz

Adam Hebert: Bring Her Back Waltz New

Sidney Brown: La Misere de Mon Beau Père New

Sidney Brown: La Valse de Misère New

Blackie Fruge & the Moonlight Serenaders: Elton Two Step New

Blackie Fruge & the Moonlight Serenaders: La Robe Barré New

Rodney LeJeune & the Rambling Aces: Mon Couer Fait Mal New

Rodney LeJeune & the Rambling Aces: Donnez Moi Les New

Marc Savoy: Prairie Ronde Waltz New

Marc Savoy: Evangeline Two Step New


My daddy told me that long time ago. For his generation, there never was a time when things moved ahead just as much as the 50s and 60s. Think of it. Hello electricity and electrical appliances! You made your way even to people living in the country! Paved roads. Pasteurized milk from a creamery. A school bus, a transfer, not a horse and wagon to town for the kids. Good prices for the rice crop. No easy street, but way better than the Depression and the War years, even the crazy Asian ones. Lots of people thought that way in the 50s and 60s. The music reflected this. It's proudly new and nostalgiac at the same time. Not at all in decline as you might have heard, but vibrant, confident. No wonder the renaissance of the 70s and 80s, up to the present!


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