Joe Hall & the Cane Cutters | Aye Cher Catin

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Aye Cher Catin

by Joe Hall & the Cane Cutters

This CD is loaded with what OffBeat Magazine describes as "high-energy, amped-up Creole La La," including several original tunes by Joe Hall that have never been heard before, along with lively Cajun two-steps, waltzes and Zydeco shuffles.
Genre: World: Zydeco
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1. Un Jour Avnir Tu Vas Souffert
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3:46 $0.99
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2. Between Eunice & Mamou
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3. La Pistache a T'ante Nana
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4. Aye Cher Catin
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3:11 $0.99
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5. Creole Medley: Soileau Two Step / Zydeco Gris Gris / Shoe Fly
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3:22 $0.99
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6. Personne Pour Les Danser Avec Moi
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3:37 $0.99
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7. Grand Prairie Blues
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3:39 $0.99
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8. Madeliene
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
As a third generation Creole artist who learned at the knee of his Grandfather Clement "King" Ned, Joe Hall is devoted to preserving his Creole heritage. His Grandfather was recorded in 1978 by Smithsonian ethnomusicologist Ralph Renzler and now "King" Ned's recordings reside in the archives of the Smithsonian. The title track, "Aye Cher Catin" was added in his honor. La Pistache a T'ante Nana was learned from another Creole legend and mentor to Joe, Nolton Semien. Both Ned and Nolton were great influences on Joe Hall's music. With the addition of the Cane Cutters, Joe Hall's music has evolved in repertoire and developed a driving sound. This cd takes the listener back to an earlier time in Zydeco/Creole history with accordion and fiddles weaving a sound together that will surely have you dancing or toe tapping in no time.

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