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Various - Louisiana Cajun And Creole Music, 1934: The Lomax Recordings flac album
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Various - Louisiana Cajun And Creole Music, 1934: The Lomax Recordings flac album

Performer:
Album:
Louisiana Cajun And Creole Music, 1934: The Lomax Recordings
Released:
Style:
Country Blues, Cajun, Religious, Folk
MP3 archive size:
1841 mb
FLAC archive size:
1786 mb
Other formats:
VQF AA VOC ASF MP3 MPC AAC
Rating:
4.8
Votes:
314

Tracklist

Side One: The Hoffpauir Family
A1 Elita*, Mary* and Ella Hoffpauir Six Ans Sur Mer 2:52
A2 Elita Hoffpauir Les Clefs De La Prison 1:49
A3 Elita*, Mary* and Ella Hoffpauir J'Ai Vu Lucille 0:24
A4 Julian Hoffpauir* La Belle Et La Capitaine 5:05
A5 Julian Hoffpauir* Une Fille De Quatorze Ans 4:18
A6 Julian Hoffpauir* Mademoiselle Emélie 2:55
A7 Elita Hoffpauir Tout Un Beau Soir En Me Promenant 2:09
Side Two: Fiddles And Accordions
B1 Unknown Artist Cajun Waltz 0:45
B2 Wayne Perry Creole Blues 1:25
B3 Wayne Perry Cajun Waltz 1:15
B4 Wayne Perry Cajun Waltz 1:15
B5 Wayne Perry Cajun Two-Step 1:15
B6 Segura Brothers Viens Donc T'Assir Sur La Croix De Ma Tombe 2:40
B7 Edier Segura Joe Féraille 2:28
B8 Edier Segura Un Té Pas Gain De L'Air 3:37
B9 Oakdale Carrière Catin, Prie Donc Pour Ton Nègre 1:42
B10 Paul Junius Malveaux and Ernest Lafitte Bye-Bye, Bonsoir, Mes Parents 1:24
B11 Paul Junius Malveaux and Ernest Lafitte Tous Les Samedis 2:53
Side Three: Ballads, Laments And Drinking Songs
C1 Mr. Bornu Belle 2:05
C2 Jesse Stafford Je M'Endors 1:22
C3 Fenelon Brasseaux Je Me Suis Marié 0:42
C4 Fenelus* and Cleveland Sonnier Trinquons 0:33
C5 Fenelon Brasseaux, Isaac* and Cleveland Sonnier La Chanson Des Savoy 1:38
C6 Fenelus Sonnier La Chanson De Théogène Dubois 0:55
C7 Lanese Vincent and Sidney Richard J'Ai Marié Un Ouvrier 3:17
C8 Lanese Vincent and Sidney Richard Madame Gallien 2:23
C9 Lanese Vincent and Sidney Richard Je M'Ai Fait Une Maitresse 3:03
C10 Davous Bérard Les Amours Sont Courts 1:12
C11 Davous Bérard Mes Amis, Je Suis Gris 1:38
C12 Edier Segura Le Pays Des Étrangers 1:10
Side Four: Zarico, Juré And The Blues
D1 Wilfred Charles Dégo 2:07
D2 Jimmy Peters and Ring Dance Singers J'Ai Fait Tout Le Tour Du Pays 1:48
D3 Jimmy Peters and Ring Dance Singers S'En Aller Chez Moreau 1:46
D4 Jimmy Peters and Ring Dance Singers Je Me Veux Marier 1:38
D5 Joseph Jones Blues De La Prison 4:44
D6 Cleveland Benoit and Darby Hicks Là-Bas Chez Moreau 4:18
D7 Austin Coleman , Washington* and Sampson Brown Feel Like Dying In His Army 3:47
D8 Jimmy Peters and Ring Dance Singers Rockaway 1:37

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Swallow Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Swallow Records

Credits

  • Engineer [Sound Editor] – Floyd Soileau
  • Graphics – Benny Graeff
  • Photography – Brasseaux Family, Hoffpauir Family, Sonnier Family, Vincent Family
  • Photography By [Additional Historic Photographs From The Farm Securities Administration Collection In The Library Of Congress] – Russell Lee
  • Photography By [Contemporary] – Philip Gould
  • Producer, Engineer [Sound Editor] – Michael Doucet
  • Producer, Liner Notes, Translated By, Transcription By – Barry Jean Ancelet
  • Recorded By – John Avery Lomax*
  • Recorded By, Liner Notes [Introduction], Photography By [From The Archive Of American Folksong In The Library Of Congress] – Alan Lomax
  • Transcription By – Florence Perinet

Notes

Recorded for The Library Of Congress in 1934 in Louisiana, USA.

Gatefold sleeve & attached 25 pp. booklet with extensive liner notes, photos and texts.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label, Side One): VPAG-SWLP-8003-2-1-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, Side Two): VPAG-SWLP-8003-2-2-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, Side Three): VPAG-SWLP-8003-2-3-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label, Side Four): VPAG-SWLP-8003-2-4-B

Recorded By, Liner Notes, Photography By – Alan Lomax. Transcription By – Florence Perinet. Recorded for The Library Of Congress in 1934 in Louisiana, USA. Gatefold sleeve & attached 25 pp. booklet with extensive liner notes, photos and texts.

Preparatory materials for 1987 reissue of Lomax Cajun recordings, Swallow records; Barry Ancelet articles. Manuscripts . x 14 in or smaller. For questions about permissions and licensing contact the Association for Cultural Equity External.

056825 ) is a collection of thirty-eight tracks recorded by John and Alan Lomax in summer of 1934 when the father and son team travelled throughout rural Lousiana in a Model A Ford. The recordings were part of a larger project documenting regional American folk music by the Library of Congress’s Archive of American Folk Song of which John was the curator.

Cajun North American Traditions Zydeco. Louisiana Cajun & Creole Music, 1934: The Lomax Recording.

Louisiana Cajun And Creole Music, 1934 : The Lomax Recordings" (LP-8003-2 Swallow Records, 1987). Cajun Dance Party: Fais Do-Do" (Legacy, 1994). The Classic Louisiana Recordings, Cajun & Creole Music 1934/1937" (1842 Rounder Records, 1999). Cajun: Rare & Authentic" (77115 JSP, 2008). Traditional Music in Coastal Louisiana: The 1934 Lomax Recordings. Louisiana State University Press. p. 169. ISBN 978-0807152010. "John and Alan Lomax in Louisiana, 1934. La Fille De La Veuve".

Cajun Music: The Essential Collection. These records helped me a lot to get a picture of early parallel Creole and Cajun music. These fill some gaps from the commercial recordings of the era, with a cappella French songs that surely go waaay back. These are not Cajun dance "party" music. Rather, they are recordings of the kind of a cappella "home" music that families (often women sing them here) sang in their everyday lives  .

Bottom image, cover of Louisiana Cajun and Creole Music, 1934: The Lomax Recordings ( Swallow Records, 1987). 23 Like Lomax, Ancelet spent his "whole career trying to honor the culture of ordinary folks  . But, his investment in studying the 1934 Louisiana recordings does not translate to a wholesale subscription to Lomaxian analyses.

Lomax recordings vinyl Louisiana Cajun Creole 1934 Lp 8003 2 Swallow.

Release group information. Artist: Various Artists. Type: Album + Compilation. cajun, country, folk, non-music.