Label: The Intense Media - 600352 • Format: 10x, CD Compilation • Country: Europe • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Cajun, Zydeco
Clarence's directory of sound files and MP3 clips of The Old Ice Man - Various - Cajun & Zydeco (Milestones Of Legends) Cajun and Zydeco The Old Ice Man - Various - Cajun & Zydeco (Milestones Of Legends). Clarence's directory of sound files and MP3 clips of old Cajun and Zydeco music: Use the following to listen to some old recordings of Cajun and Zydeco music. You won't be able to download the sound files, but you can listen to them.
Echoes Of Lyra (Fairlight Remix) - Various - Ibiza Trance Club Vol.6 is located at www.
Saturdays 7pm-9pm on WBRH Clarence needs your help - read a message from Clarence here. Note from Clarence: When asked what I consider the most important early historical recordings, I always have to refer to the "Lomax" recordings, the "Old-Timey" recordings, and the Historic "Victor Bluebird Sessions". It was initially re-released on the Swallow record label as a vinal LP I believe that the vinal version from Swallow is no longer in print.
But, it has now been re-released in CD format on the Rounder label www. They were released on the "Old-Timey" record label on vinal as follows: The Old-Timey label is a subset of the Arhoolie label. Visit Clarence's web page on Jole Blonde at www. You can listen to this song at www. The word "Zydeco" is actually the words "Les Haricots".
Phonetically speaking, the "S" from "Les" gets rolled over to the beginning of the word "Haricots" giving a pronounciation of "Zharicots". In french, you don't hardly hear the ending "ts" resulting in Zharico. The "i" in the middle is pronounced like and "e", not like a long "I". When the phonetic "Zhareco" was translated into the written version it then was easily mispelled as "zydeco". Thus, the phrase "Les Haricots" which is french for " the snapbeans" is equivalent to the present day spelling of the word "zydeco".
The first known recording containing the word "zydeco" was the song called "J'ai fait tout Le tour du pays" and was done in a Jure' bluesy style of chanting. The Hippopotamus - Various - Discoteca: Firin Latino House, Funk, Electro And Disco "les haricots sont pas sale' " is repeated often. This translates into the phrase "the snapbeans they are not salty".
This is an old phrase that implies that times are so tough that the person could not afford any salt meat to put in their beans. Thus, the meaning that times are rough. To mail order their CD's in the U. Falcon - A Cajun Music Classic".
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