Lost Bayou Ramblers | Live a la Blue Moon

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Live a la Blue Moon

by Lost Bayou Ramblers

Recorded over two nights, this new eighteen track album captures the rambunctious and raucous energy that audiences have come to expect.
Genre: World: Zydeco
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1. Talle D'erronce (Blackberry Bushes)
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2. Bayou Perdu (Lost Bayou)
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3. Macaque
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4. Chere Tout Toute
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5. J'etais au Bal (Fariad)
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6. Moi J'Connais Pas (Me, I Don't Know)
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7. Who Dat
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8. Lacassine Special
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9. Dans les Misers (In Misery)
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10. Tasse Cafe Pour Me Reveiller (A Cup of Coffee to Wake Me Up)
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11. Blues de la Frontier (Border Blues)
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12. Austin Special
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13. Alida Waltz
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14. Alida Two Step
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15. Bosco Stomp
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16. Mexico One Step
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17. Valse de Malchanceux (Unlucky Waltz)
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18. Blue Moon Special / Sam's Rooster Medley
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
"Live à la Blue Moon" Recorded on January 12th and 13th at the quintessential Lafayette Honky-Tonk, The Blue Moon Saloon, this new eighteen(18) track album captures the rambunctious and raucous energy that audiences have come to expect from this high-spirited group of musicians. For this recording the band called in their good friend and sought after recording engineer Chris "Frenchie" Smith , who from his main studio The Bubble in Austin, TX has produced albums for bands like for the Meat Puppets, Iv Thieves, Built to Spill, Trail of Dead, and Young Heart Attack. After recording both nights - including one that coincided with a high-energy Saints Playoff game - from a board in the club’s guest house bathroom, the roughs were sent off to Austin to be mixed and mastered by fellow Bubble compatriots Jason Buntz and Mark Hutchins. By combining their rock sensibilities with the Lost Bayou Ramblers rough-edged take on traditional Cajun music, they were able to produce a true portrayal of the raw energy that oozes out of theses down home Lost Bayou Ramblers performances.

LBR Bio - At the dawn of the twenty-first century, the Lost Bayou Ramblers are the keepers of the flame, champions of Cajun music's cultural past. Growing up in Pilette, Louisiana (between Broussard and Lafayette), Louis (fiddle and vocals) and Andre (accordion) Michot were immersed in roots Cajun music from birth, primarily since their father and uncles were already touring the world playing traditional songs as the band Les Freres Michot. When the brothers matched up with Chris "Oscar" Courville's bass-stomp centered drumming, Alan LeFleur's heavy-thumping upright bass and Cavan Carruth's hard-chocking rhythm guitar, the band began to play their deep swamp beat around Acadiana and eventually all over the United States. Since starting out in 1999 they have added numerous original songs to compliment their vast Cajun repertoire of hundreds of early accordion dancehall tunes, pre-century fiddle tunes, and Cajun swing. It all mixes together to form a definitive sound - capturing the "roots" spirit of their culture's unique music while initiating a renewed cultural identity and pride among their generation. The Lost Bayou Ramblers are like a snapshot of a bygone era. Their music is emotionally raw, intense - in a word, authentically Cajun.


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