Lee Benoit | Live At Vermilionville

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Live At Vermilionville

by Lee Benoit

Classic Cajun songs performed live at a living history museum in Lafayette Louisiana with high energy and smooth vocals.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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1. The Lacassine Special
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2. Just a Dream
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3. Madeline
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4. The Back Door
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5. Another Lonley Night
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6. Madame Sosthene
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7. Johnnie Can't Dance
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8. Mom, I'm Still Your Little Boy
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9. Chere Mom
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10. Think of Me
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11. Lovers' Waltz
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12. Step It Fast
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13. The Dance of the Ducks
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14. The Bosco Stomp
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15. The Visit
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Live at Vermilionville, was recorded live at a Cajun and Creole Living History Museum and Folk life Village on the banks of Bayou Vermilion in Lafayette, Louisiana. The band members mesh so well together in combination with Benoit's clear, distinct vocals, that even listeners who do not understand Cajun French well can appreciate it. This CD was the winner of "Song of the Year" and was nominated for "Accordionist of the Year", "Male Vocalist of the Year", "Best Recording of the Year" and "Band of the Year" with the Cajun French Music Association.


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