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IRA’S BLEND #38: CAJUN, ZYDECO & SWAMP POP



IRA’S BLEND #38: CAJUN, ZYDECO & SWAMP POP
Broadcast 17-8-2016
Host/Engineer: Ira
For: ex-patradio.fr

Listen to archived show on Mixcloud HERE


Harry Choates w/Jimmy Foster and His Swingsters – Allons a Lafayette
Steve Riley and The Mamou Playboys – Maline
David Doucet – T’en As Eu
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Ivy Dugas w/Jackie Calliers and The Cajun Cousins – The Gravel Road
Link Davis – Big Mamou
Dewey Balfa, Marc Savoy & D.L. Menard – Cajun Reel
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Jo-El Sonnier – La Valse des Chere Bebe
Steve Riley and The Mamou Playboys – La Valse d’Amitie
Mamou Prairie Band – Evangeline Waltz
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Nathan and The Zydeco Cha Chas – Outside People
Geno Delafose – There’s No Need to Cry
Bruce Daigrepont – Let It Be
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David Doucet – Zydeco Sont Pas Sales
Beausoleil – Zydeco Gris Gris
John Delafose – My Little Dog
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Beau Jocque and The Zydeco Hi-Rollers – Richard’s Club
Buckwheat Zydeco – Think It Over One More Time
L’il Brian and The Zydeco Travelers – Snap Bean
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Leo Thomas & Preston Frank’s Swallow Band – Shake What You Got
Clifton Chenier and The Red Hot Louisiana Band – Bon Ton Roulet
Beau Jocque and The Zydeco Hi-Rollers – Give Him Corn Bread
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Clifton Chenier and The Red Hot Louisiana Band – Black Gal
John Delafose – Crying in the Streets
Clifton Chenier and The Red Hot Louisiana Band – I’m a Farmer
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John Delfose and The Eunice Playboys – Old Time Two Step
Beau Jocque and The Zydeco Hi-Rollers – Boogie Chillun
Zydeco Blazers – Don’t Bother Me
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Marcia Ball – That’s Enough of That Stuff
The Meters – They All Asked For You
Fats Domino – Ain’t That a Shame
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Dr. John – Those Lonely, Lonely Nights


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