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Cedric Watson

by Cedric Watson

Modern, yet traditional Creole/Zydeco with Caribbean and African influences based around the fiddle and the accordion. Two-Steps, Blueses and beautiful waltzes, 11 new original tunes by Cedric, written in the traditional style.
Genre: Folk: Traditional Folk
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Cochon de Lait
3:47 album only
2. Tee Black
2:41 album only
3. Cedric Zydeco
2:56 album only
4. J'ai été tout autour du pays
1:19 album only
5. Two-Step de Bouki
2:32 album only
6. La Valse de Grand Basile
2:40 album only
7. Zozo Noir
3:30 album only
8. Ayoù t'as couché
2:24 album only
9. Tu seras avec moi
2:21 album only
10. Texacreole two-step
1:41 album only
11. Lala
2:57 album only
12. La Vieille Chanson de Mardi Gras
3:42 album only
13. Ma Chère Grandmère
3:00 album only
14. La Valse à Bois Sec
3:13 album only
15. Zydeco du Violon
12:44 album only


Album Notes
Cedric Watson: Fiddle, Accordion, and Vocals

Jermaine Prejean: Drums
Eric Frey: Upright Bass, Electric Bass on Tracks 7 and 15, and Banjo
Chas Justus: Electric and Acoustic Guitar
Jeffery Broussard: Electric Bass
Corey Ledet: Scrubboard and Triangle
Anna Laura Edmiston and Kelli Jones: Background Vocals
Joel Savoy: Lead Guitar on Track 7

“Cedric Watson seems to have chosen the right place and time to be a prodigy of la musique Créole française de la Louisiane on this (title) his first solo CD effort. Of course no freshman effort could possibly surpass the creativity, originality and ground-breaking perseverance of past Créole greats such as Canray Fontentot, Bois-Sec Ardoin, Bébé Carriere, Clifton Chenier and the master, Amédé Ardoin, to name but a few.

Upon first listening, it becomes obvious that Cedric is part of the present company of musicians that can combine the lineage from these past benefactors with an effervescing originality. To propel our Louisiana Creole culture into the future seems to be quite a task, but if one lives for the music as Cedric does, his path and music seem effortless. Weaving together both Louisiana Creole accordion and fiddle styles, together with Canray’s Caribbean influences, young Watson combines the wisdom of these studied musicians into the vitality and spark of his twenty-something years. These songs may well be early brushstrokes of a life’s worth of possibilities, not only for him but also for the identity survival of a culture. Young Watson is very much aware of his position in this time and appears to be determined to live out his true musical calling.

Fortunate are those that discover Cedric’s soulful talent while he’s still in the process of developing a realistic identity as a creative musician of today.”

Michael Doucet



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Byron Lane Rivenbark

This is a solid album start to finish. I would recommend it to anyone who loves Cajun/Creole music or just appreciates some great fiddle playing.

yahsey hill

Cedric Watson
this is a great cd of my african people.love it...

Sarah Heath

Cedric Watson
Cedric absolutely rocks - and can also be oh, so sweet. This is wonderful.