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1991
Label: Ace - CDCHD 329 • Format: CD Compilation • Country: UK • Genre: Folk, World, & Country • Style: Cajun
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According to the liner notes on the Nathans Lafayette Two-Step - Nathan Abshire Featuring The Balfa Brothers - Pine Grove Blues / The G LP, this was Nathan Abshire 's first album, although he had previously had some tracks on Fresh Out The Box - Double Duce - Miami Bass Throwdown various-artists collections. The Balfa Brothers back him on most of the songs on this jovial, none-too-slick-sounding Cajun recording, devoted mostly to Abshire originals.

Actually, the bottom end of "La Valse De Holly Beach" is a little muddily recorded by the standards of the '70s, but if anything that only adds to the appeal of music that wasn't meant to sound too finely honed in the recording studio. Joe South 's "Games People Play" makes for an unexpected cover choice, though it's slotted into a standard upbeat Cajun rhythm, with infectious ensemble "la-la" backup vocals, steel guitar, accordion and fiddle.

Is there a drawback to a well-executed set by a major veteran Cajun musician in which the performers sound like they're having fun? Well, it's one that bugs many a non-Cajun obsessive: by the time you get toward the of these 12 songs, you wish for a little more variety in this standard mix of cheery up-tempo tunes and lazy, drawling slower ones. AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site Dirty (E-Dancer Remix) - Underworld - 50 Minute Mix. Blues Classical Country.

Electronic Folk International. Jazz Latin New Age. Aggressive Bittersweet Druggy. Energetic Happy Hypnotic. Romantic Sad Sentimental. Sexy Trippy All Moods. Drinking Hanging Out In Love. Introspection Late Night Partying. Rainy Day Relaxation Road Trip. Romantic Evening Sex All Themes. Features Interviews Lists. Streams Videos All Posts.

Genre International Blues. Track Listing. Pine Grove Blues. Nathan Abshire. Lemonade Song. Eddie Shuler. Sur la Courtableau. Musician's Life. Choupique Two Step.

Tramp Sur la Rue. I Don't Hurt Anymore. Phil's Waltz. Off Shore Blues. Service Blues. Maison Lafayette Two-Step. French Blues. La Valse de Bayou Teche. La Valse Holly Beach. Games People Play. Joe South. Pine Grove Blues Nathan Abshire. Lemonade Song Eddie Shuler. Sur la Courtableau Nathan Abshire. Musician's Life Nathan Abshire. Games People Play Joe South. Shamrock Nathan Abshire.


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  1. Nathan Abshire & His Pine Grove Boys & The Balfa Brothers: Master Of The Cajun Accordion - The Classic Swallow Recordings (CD) (ACE Records) 25 Tracks - - With 20 page booklet. Top accordionist Nathan Abshire at his very best in the Cajun Honky Tonk and .
  2. Jul 05,  · Explore releases from Nathan Abshire at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from Nathan Abshire at the Discogs Marketplace. Nathan Abshire & The Balfa Bros.* - Nathan's Lafayette 2-Step / French Blues ‎ (7") Nathan Abshire Featuring The Balfa Brothers - Pine Grove Blues / The Good Times Are Killing Me.
  3. Nathan Abshire (June 27, near Gueydan, Louisiana – May 13, in Basile, Louisiana) was an American Cajun accordion player who, along with Iry LeJeune, was responsible for the renaissance of the accordion in Cajun music in the s.
  4. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Pine Grove Blues - Nathan Abshire & the Pinegrove Boys on AllMusic - - According to the liner notes on the original LP, Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Pine Grove Blues - Nathan Abshire & the Pinegrove Boys on AllMusic - 7/
  5. Nathan Abshire - Pine Grove Blues Lyrics, Hé, négresse! ayoù toi t'as partir hier au soir, ma négresse? Hé, négresse! ayoù toi t'as partir hier au soir, ma négresse? T'as 'rivé é .

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