Zachary Smith & The Dixie Power Trio | Zydeco Dog

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Zydeco Dog

by Zachary Smith & The Dixie Power Trio

We play a mix of Zydeco, Funk, and New Orleans jazz. This is Louisiana party music.
Genre: Jazz: World Fusion
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1. Sideways Walkin' Dog
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2. Baby Give Me One More Chance (Just A Couple More Times)
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3. Zydeco Dog
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4. Zack's Zydeco Two-Step
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5. Sleepwalk
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6. You Got Gold
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7. Bambi and Bootsy Dine In
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8. Regardez La Femme Charmantez
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9. Happy Song
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10. The Swampgrinder
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11. Save A Chair for Me In Heaven
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Album Notes
When we started this project there was one clear goal: put out a CD that reflected exactly what the band sounds like today. If you haven’t heard the DPT in a few years, then this album may come as something of a shock. Andy is playing electric bass, Wayne’s guitar is being pushed to the forefront, Byron is singing a couple leads, and Zack’s name is hanging out in front of the band (thus ending fifteen years of speculation as to why there are four people in the trio). It’s called evolution baby! The group has consistently added more and more original material to its live shows over the past decade, and this is reflected in the song choices for the collection (only two covers appear in the final lineup). The recording is especially for our fans of zydeco, Cajun music, and Louisiana funk. There is a little more "jam band" stuff going on (check out "The Swampgrinder"), and we amped up the rubboard quotient considerably. If you really want to hear us play some N’awlins jazz, we suggest you skip to the last cut, then pull out your copy of “Bad Spuds”. Everyone else, start with cut number one and enjoy the ride. L’aissez le bon temps rouler!


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