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Thursday, December 12, 2013

A CAJUN CHRISTMAS

I know I've been lax of late in writing posts for my blog and today will be no exception.  Of course if I have Judy and Loretta to write posts, who needs me?  Anyway, we're off to the Musical Instrument Museum again tonight for a concert by the Louisiana band BeauSoleil with Michael Doucet.  (Actually they say "avec" Michael Doucet but I didn't know how good y'all's French was.)  I've been a fan of this group for years so I'm very much looking forward to the concert which is billed as "A Cajun Christmas."  I'll probably have a review on Saturday but in the meantime here's a sample of their music to tide you over.


9 comments:

Natalie D'Arbeloff said...

I like it I like it! Addictive bluesy rhythm and he has a great face too. Thanks for this sample.

carol lynde said...

Saw them at Scottsdale Arts Center ages ago...loved them then, too!

Stephen Hayes said...

Very easy listening. I'm not familiar with this music but it has a definite appeal.

Tom Cochrun said...

Great stuff. Looking forward to your thoughts about the show.
BTW are you watching Treme on HBO?

Bruce Taylor, a.k.a. Catalyst said...

He looked like Santa Claus tonight.

Bruce Taylor, a.k.a. Catalyst said...

It was a great show.

Bruce Taylor, a.k.a. Catalyst said...

That one was slow but they play rollicking high-speed Cajun music too.

Bruce Taylor, a.k.a. Catalyst said...

No, we don't take HBO. We get Treme a year late from Netflix. Just got the last disk with the final two episodes of the second season. But Gayle watches it on HBO and says she thought BeauSoleil was on one of the recent shows.

quilteddogs said...

It was a great show and very nice to meet the "mortal" you.