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Ça C'est Bon!

by L'Angélus

High Energy Retro Cajun Roots Folk Rock
Genre: Country: Country Folk
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1. Ça C'est Bon
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2. Goin' Back To Ponchatoula
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3. Lily Mae
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4. Marianne
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5. The Waltz Of St. Cecilia
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6. Desperation War
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7. La Chandelle Est Allumée
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8. The Waltz Of The Sorrowful Mysteries
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9. Angelle's Tippy Teaux Two-Step
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10. Le Swing Cajun
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11. Ya Ya
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12. The Back Door
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13. Hey 'Tite Fille
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"There is a new wind blowing in South Louisiana music. And it's called
L'Angelus. Talented. Original. Yet tradition based. With roots in both
Cajun and Country. To hear them play is a pleasure. To hear them sing is
a joy. To see them smile is a wonder. I am a fan."

~Zachary Richard



"L'Angélus is the epitome of organic family music. "L'Angélus" translates to me as "angelic voices" with the instrumental energy of a freight train that knows no boundaries. Apart from the fact that these kids are so in sync with one another (and umbilically with their mother) the magic of their music more than touches your heart......it pierces your heart then sweeps you away.
The joy of music is L'Angèlus 'raison d'ètre'."

~Michael Doucet dit BeauSoleil



Offbeat Magazine review of our debut album, "Ca C'est Bon"

Thank God for brutal North Dakota winters. Because of them, Linda Rees
taught her bayou-transplanted progeny, Katie, Paige, John and Stephen; to
sing and play music. Obviously she taught 'em well because soon the family
band (then Linda Lou & the Lucky Four) were on their way to playing
hundreds of super-charged shows across the Midwest and Southeast.

Now they're back on native soil, re-christened as L'Angélus, a moniker
that refers to the Catholic prayer where church bells are rung thrice
daily when the devotion is said. An acoustic band (think: Rankin Family on
roux) that mixes country pop originals with Acadiana fare, L'Angelus is
like the ringing of bells centering around the magical harmonies of Paige,
Katie and Stephen that are nothing short of heart melting. With mighty bow
strokes and lickety-split runs, Stephen is already a formidable fiddler
with plenty of zesty drive, as evidenced by the title song and the western
swing stomper "Goin' Back to Ponchatoula."

They add interesting touches along the way, like Irish pennywhistles on Christine Balfa's anthemic "La Chandelle Est Allumée" that draws the Cajun-to-Celtic cultural link.
Obviously, with a name like L'Angélus, there's a spiritual sensibility,
which is manifested in "The Waltz of St. Ceclia" and the gorgeous "The
Waltz of the Sorrowful Mysteries." The religious undertones are never
overbearing but celebratory, in a sense, as their blood and sonic bond
reveals a full appreciation for life.
-- Dan Willging, Offbeat Magazine, New Orleans


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Bernadette

Best music heard in a long time, coming from solid all-around musicians!
Ca C'est Bon! I couldn't agree more! The CD was very well done, fun music that the whole family enjoys--refreshing to hear work from this past decade that isn't offensive in any way. Continuez le grand travail, L'Angelus! Vive le cadien! Gardez la foi!

Jusqu'à ce que nous nous réunissions une fois de plus~

Mary Jones

Fantastic! It is a toe tappin' good time!
Our whole family loves this CD! It makes me want to move the furniture and waltz around the room and happily two step my way through dinner prep!!! This family is phenomanal as is their music. It will be in everyone's Christmas stocking this year.

Peggy D Vaccaro

Ca C'est Bon!
Love this CD...especially The Waltz of St Ceclia and Tippy Teaux Two-Step . I hope to hear more of Angelle on future projects. Thanks for keeping our Cajun heritage alive, and for sharing your music and family with the world. Awesome!!!!!

mrs gail gray

they are terrific, i would love to see them live.
L"Angelus is terrific i am certainly going to buy the cd they sing like angels of heaven. well done, i would love there photo with autographs on it. here is my address mrs gail gray 17,gunthorpe road,marlow, buckinghamshire, sL7 1uh england.

Rudy Minnaert DJ The Free Country Eagle at Terneuzen Fm The Neth

Awesome
I degree with the review of Dan Wilging about the cd Ca C'est Bon of L'Angélus. It's a pleasure for the ears to listen to this kind of music and it's truth you can hear the Irish influences in their songs so this cd is a nice mixture of Acadian Cajun celtic music. I'm happy that the're musicians who know how to produce good music
The Free Country Eagle

pvaccaro

get their other cd's
Just finished a relisten of the first cd from this "family band." we own a copy of each of their 4 cd's. the transition from grade school age singing to musicians with vocal and instrumental skill is something to appreciate. if you see them live, be sure to get all of their music if it's available. love the song "jr. prom disaster." Radford, VA

Michael Weber

Ca C'est TRES Bon!
I Loved it and can't get enough of it. I bought 3 for gifts. Can't wait for more! Congratulations!

Bob and Sally

Absolutely wonderful CD.
This is such a great and uplifting CD. We love all ten members of the Rees family. They are the greatest and their music is inspiring. More CDs from these talented people.

Mark Young

Even a Damnyankee...
... can enjoy this music.

I don't know which I like better, their quick tempo, excellent vocals, the way the songs tell a story (something sorely lacking these days), or the fact that they're so cheerful, lyrically. It's probably all four. Slowly, I will convert the others to this genre.

Hope they make it out to the hostile lands of Northern California sometime.

mrs gail gray

This music was out of this world, i love it well done to the singers.
I think this cd is fabulous,the music is so cheerful, as for the songs they were awesome, and the singers were terrific, i would to have a colored photo of them and there autographs on the photo, well done.
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