Clifton Chenier is the undisputed master of Zydeco (or “la-la music”), a folk-blues style played and sung by French-speaking blacks in Southern Louisiana and Southern Texas. In this documentary, we see both aspects of Clifton Chenier’s life, the public and the private, as he performs his music and enjoys himself with his friends and family. Produced and directed by Carl Colby. 58 minutes, color.
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Question by xbCx BeAsT: “Play me some mountain music” question?
Why in this song do they talk about mountain music, and then a cajun hide away? Cajuns are mainly from Louisiana, which as everyone knows, is no where near any mountains? I wonder if anyone else has been stumped by this, let me know what you think.
Answer by Rob
“Oh, play me some mountain music,
Like grandma and grandpa used to play.
Then I’ll float on down the river
To a Cajun hideaway”
I think he wants to hear the mountain music his grandparents played, then float
down the river (I’m guessing the Mississippi or one of its hundreds of tributaries)
like Tom Sawyer & Huck Finn to Louisiana. There are several smaller rivers that
travel down from the mountains of Tennessee and eventually empty into the
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Louisiana Music Hall Of Fame 2007 Inductee Clarence “Frogman” Henry at his induction performance in April of 2007 in Mandeville, LA, performance clips from his classics “You Always Hurt The One You Love”, “I Don’t Know Why I Love You, But I Do” and “I’m A Lonely Frog”. More information on Clarence Henry and all the Louisiana Music Hall Of Fame Inductees can be found at www.lmhof.org. More Louisiana Music Hall Of Fame Artists induction performance highlights can also be found on You Tube. The Louisiana Music Hall Of Fame web site at www.lmhof.org features thousands of static images and videos along with bios and articles on our Inductees. Please visit LMHOF and learn about our amazing artists and music history in Louisiana. LMHOF is a non profit organization dedicated to preserving the musical heritage of Louisiana.
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New Orleans musician Sunpie Barnes divides his time between playing accordion with his band, the Louisiana Sunspots, and New Orleans Jazz National Historical Park, where he’s a park ranger. In this video, we get a taste of the mix of blues, zydeco, Afro-Caribbean and Afro-Louisiana music that he plays, as well as the natural settings that inspire him.
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The Official Chubby Carrier Promo Video!
The Chubby party was in full swing at Downtown Alive in Lafayette Louisiana!
Watch as Chubby throws down some kickin’ zydeco music and rocks the crowd of all ages!
You can feel the energy on the stage when you watch this live performance. Doesn’t get any better than this Louisiana Zydeco Music Entertainer! If you like Buckwheat Zydeco and Rockin Dopsie, you’re going to love Chubby Carrier and the Bayou Swamp Band!
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The first music video for the Lafayette, Louisiana-based five-piece.
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Here’s the other one. I knew I had it somewhere.
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Louisiana Music Factory
June 26, 2010
New CD – We Got It Goin’ On
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I have to do a presentation for a class about southern culture.
I chose "How country music has inpacted the southern US states [Louisiana, Texas, Florida, ect.]"
Can you guy give me any ideas of songs to present, or maybe even a description? I’m talking real country by the way, maybe something like Johnny Cash’s generation of country music.
Don’t worry, I’m not asking you to write me a whole paper.
Maybe just a couple brief points?
It’d really help me out a alot
I respect all genres of music. Country western music was derived from blue grass music. PBS had documentaries on this. Classic country is the music from Johnny Cash’s generation. Best wishes!
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The full song from Conway’s 2004 album, Louisiana woman, missippi man.
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Featuring: Conway Twitty
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