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Re: Traditional players

How do I get sucked into these clever rhetorical Cajun traps?

From my distant Texarkana, Anglo-Saxon, Cajun wannabe perspective, it's the "old French music," or the "old timey music." Wade Falcon defines early Cajun music by the period 1928-1965.

If it sounds like the old music it probably is traditional. If it doesn't, then it must something else.

Amede + Denus = traditional
Octa + Hector = traditional
Cyp + Adam = traditional

Anything newer than these better sound old to earn the seal of quality.

What else can I teach you about Cajun culture, Lafleur? :-)

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Re: Traditional players - by AJ - Apr 20, 2017 9:55pm
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Re: Traditional players - by Bryan Lafleur - Apr 21, 2017 7:55am
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