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Thomas 'Big Hat' Fields & His Foot Stompin' Zydeco Band - Louisiana Zydeco Man (1999)

7-07-2015, 18:13
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Thomas 'Big Hat' Fields & His Foot Stompin' Zydeco Band - Louisiana Zydeco Man (1999)

Artist: Thomas 'Big Hat' Fields & His Foot Stompin' Zydeco Band
Title Of Album: Louisiana Zydeco Man
Year Of Release: 1999
Genre: Blues Zydeco, World
Label: Maison de Soul Records
Format: MP3
Quality: 320 kbps, 44.1 Khz
Total Time: 58:17
Total Size: 138 MB
Covers: Front

01. Baldheaded Woman (3:54)
02. Hole In My Heart (2:56)
03. Scoop It Up (3:54)
04. Took The Paper From His Shoe (5:10)
05. I'm Coming Home (3:35)
06. You Done Me Wrong (3:59)
07. Madame Sostan (3:25)
08. All I Can Do Is Cry (4:02)
09. Charlene (Irene) (3:26)
10. Frog Festival Song (4:17)
11. Old Creole (3:34)
12. Tee Catin, Oh Tee Nom (4:12)
13. Neg And May (3:44)
14. Jealous Kiss (3:23)
15. Country Blues (4:41)

Thomas "Big Hat" Fields was born in the "Frog Capital" of Rayne, Louisiana on May 10, 1947. The only musical history in his family was a great grandmother that played the accordion on some old-timey Creole 'la-la' music for family and house parties. Unlike most zydeco musicians, he didn't play an instrument until later in light. As a young man he had no intention of becoming a musician. Some of his early ventures in life included bartending, part-time club bouncer and occasional manager at local clubs and lounges, some rodeo riding and horse training and the building and cement finisher trade. Then, in 1991, he bought a club in Grand Coteau, appropriately renamed the Big Hat Club. He soon had all the top zydeco acts performing there. It was then that he decided to learn to play accordion. He was taught to play by Paul Harris, a contemporary of Clifton Chenier's, and soon after starting performing with the house band at his club, Pee Wee and the Boll Weevils. Later, encouraged by his reception, he formed his own band, which included his wife, Geneva, who had to learn bass guitar from scratch, and started composing new songs. His distinctive sound and affable personality have made Thomas Fields and His Foot Stompin' Zydeco Band a popular band on the national zydeco scene.

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