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La Valse Ah Abe

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  1. Jul 11,  · Amédé Ardoin would be to zydeco music as Robert Johnson would be to the blues and Pal Bolden would be to jazz. Like Johnson and Bolden, Ardoin not merely passed away under still incomprehensible conditions, but additionally shares the strength of their musical impact, having laid the building blocks for southwest Louisiana’s zydeco music.
  2. NATHAN ABSHIRE & THE RAYNE-BO RAMBLERS: La Valse De Riceville/ One Step De Laccissine/ One Step De Morse/ THE ALLEY BOYS OF ABBEVILLE: Abbeville Breakdown/ Apres Jengler A Toi/ Jolie Petite Blonde/ Quel Espoire (What's The Use)/ Tu Ma Quite Seul (The Prisoner's Song)/ Tu Peus Pa Me Faire Ca (You Can't Put That Monkey On My Back)/ AMEDE ARDOIN.
  3. Mar 15,  · La Valse ah Abe / Two Step de Eunice, a Single by Amédé Ardoin. Released in on Columbia (catalog no. F; Shellac 12"). Genres: Cajun, Zydeco/5(2).
  4. The story of "Big Texas" and "Jambalaya" has been covered before, however, it's history makes a good story. The first recording of this melody as a Cajun tune was by the Guidry Brothers called "Le Garcon Negligent" in Between and , the melody influenced songs such as the Breaux Brother's "La Valse De Bayou Plaquemine", Cleoma Breaux's "Pin Solitaire", J.B. Fusilier's "Lake Arthur.
  5. La Valse Ah Abe: B4 – Red Brush Rowdies: Hatfield-McCoy Feud: B5 – Leola Manning: The Arcade Building Moan: B6 – Pete Steele: The Boston Burglar: B7 – Blue Sky Boys: The Trail To Mexico: B8 – Timoteo Cantu And Jesus Maya: Gregorio Cortez.
  6. Ma blonde est partié / Amédée Breaux --Les tracas du hobo / Amédée Breaux --Two step de mama / Amédé Ardoin --La valse ah Abe / Amédé Ardoin --Two step de Eunice / Amédé Ardoin --Two step de prairie Soileau / Amédé Ardoin --Rosalia / Dewey Segura --You're small and sweet / Dewey Segura --Far away from home blues / Dewey Segura.

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