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BeauSoleil - From Bamako To Carencro (2013) Lossless

22-01-2014, 20:23
Jazz | Blues | World | FLAC / APE

BeauSoleil - From Bamako To Carencro (2013) Lossless

Artist: BeauSoleil
Title Of Album: From Bamako To Carencro
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Compass
Genre: Cajun & Zydeco, Dixieland, World, Blues, Jazz
Quality: FLAC
Total Time: 48:37 min
Total Size: 325 MB


1 Two-Step de Port Arthur
2 La Douceur
3 Bamako
4 Carencro
5 Chanson de Cinquante Sous
6 Les Barres de la Prison
7 Bessie's Blues
8 I'll Go Crazy
9 You Got to Move
10 Le Jig Créole
11 Guilbeau Pelican & Napoléon's Reel

Beausoleil is the most well-known band performing music derived from the Cajun culture of Louisiana. With flavors of jazz, blues and rock and roll, the band's cross genre appeal and instrumental prowess have earned them fans across the roots music world. Their debut album for Compass Records FROM BAMAKO TO CARENCRO takes its name from the cultural connection between Bamako, in Mali, West Africa, and Louisiana, symbolized in name by the Lafayette, LA suburb of Carencro. Featured on the album are band members Michael Doucet (fiddle and lead vocals), David Doucet (guitar and vocals), Billy Ware (percussion) and Tommy Alissi (drums) and Mitchell Reed (bass and fiddle). Guests Jessie Lege (button accordion), Cory Ledet (piano accordion), and special guest, multi-instrumentalist Don Vappe (acoustic bass, electric bass, electric guitar, mandolin) round out the mix. The new album includes the celebrated Cajun/Creole-rooted music the band is known for, but also includes some notable jazz, blues and R&B elements. Standout tracks include the Roswell Rudd composition 'Bamako', a haunting and hypnotic Michael Doucet original entitled 'Carenco', a Cajun swing version of Coltrane's 'Bessie's Blues' and a surprising cover of James Brown's 'I'll Go Crazy.' 'Port Arthur Two-Step' features a duet between Michael Doucet and brother David Doucet, and band bassist and 2nd fiddler Mitchell Reed contributes the infectious 'Creole Jig.' The album was recorded at the legendary Dockside Studios in Maurice, LA and mixed at Compass Sound Studio in Nashville, TN.

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