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Jamie Bergeron & The Kickin' Cajuns - I Know Dat's Right!!! (2006)

14-04-2015, 17:56
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Jamie Bergeron & The Kickin' Cajuns - I Know Dat's Right!!! (2006)

Artist: Jamie Bergeron & The Kickin' Cajuns
Title Of Album: I Know Dat's Right!!!
Year Of Release: 2006
Genre: Blues Zydeco, Country
Label: KC Entertainment
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 48:48
Total Size: 116 MB
Covers: Front

01. I Know Dat's Right (3:43)
02. One More Try (3:55)
03. Popcorn Blues (3:42)
04. Bring My Baby Back (4:21)
05. Evangeline (3:22)
06. Pop That Coochie (3:02)
07. Everbody Calls Me Crazy (2:38)
08. I'll Never Forget You (3:02)
09. Dance All Night (3:36)
10. Louise (3:28)
11. I Never Knew You Wanted Me (3:06)
12. Got Me Walking The Floor (4:19)
13. My Momma Is A Truck Drivin' Man (2:57)
14. What Happened (Feat. Sal Melancon) (3:31)

In 2006, Jamie Bergeron is kickin’ as hard as ever, giving his multitude of fans more of what keeps them kickin’ as well with the release of a new CD, I Know Dat’s Right!!! The title cut, written by Jamie and Rick Lagneaux, sets the mood: "It’s a nonstop party all day and night, hey I know dat’s right.”

“Pop That Coochie” is another new party song on the CD. And the party keeps going with favorites like Boozoo Chavis’ “Dance All Night,” featuring some nice fiddling by Jason Bergeron, and Jamie smooths out Nathan Abshire’s “Popcorn Blues” without letting up on the fast beat.

For quieter moments, the CD offers “One More Try,” a slow romantic ballad originally recorded by Timmy T., and “I’ll Never Forget You,” a romantic interlude in French, composed by KBON’s Paul Marx. When KBON began playing "One More Try" before the CD was released, it quickly became the station's most requested song, and country stations are also giving it airplay.

“Bring My Baby Back” draws on John Delafose’s “Gotta Find My Woman” for some Jamie Bergeron zydeco. In “Louise,” Jamies give us his version of Paul McCartney’s “Lucille.” There’s also a Kickin’ Cajun version of Clifton Chenier’s “Everybody Call Me Crazy” and of “You Got Me Walkin’ the Floor,” songs sung in both French and English.

“Evangeline 1755” is a tribute to the legendary heroine and the Acadian heritage written in French by Kenneth Richard . The CD ends with two novelty songs, Abe Manuel Jr.’s “My Momma Is a Truck Drivin’ Man” and Sal Melancon singing “What Happened?”, with lyrics partly recalling 1970s TV shows like “Welcome Back Kotter” and “What’s Happening?”

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