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Clifton Chenier & His Red Hot Louisiana Band – Live At Grant Street (2000)

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Clifton Chenier & His Red Hot Louisiana Band – Live At Grant Street (2000)

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1. Mon Fait Mon l'Ide (I Made up My Mind)
2. Introduction and You Got Me Crying
3. Wrap It Up, Baby
4. What Am I Living For?
5. My Dog Jumped a Rabbit (Rock House) play
6. All the Things I Did for You
7. Zydeco Rock
8. I'm Back Home
9. Ay-Ye-Tie-Zydeco
10.You Don't Have to Go
11. Mardi Gras Zydeco play
12. I Got the Blues
13. Johnny Can't Dance
14. Tout Chacun Apres Parler (Everyone Is Talking and Good Night!)
15. 'Tit Mama's Zydeco

Credits:
Clifton Chenier (Accordion), Clifton Chenier (Vocals),
C.J. Chenier (Sax (Alto)),
John Hart, (Sax),
Paul Senegal, (Guitar),
Robert Peter (Drums)

 

Clifton Chenier recorded this 73-minute performance in Lafayette, LA, on April 28, 1981, backed by the Red Hot Louisiana Band. That group featured Cleveland Chenier on rub board, C.J. Chenier on alto sax, and Robert Peter on drums; oddly, the guitar and bass players for this specific gig remain unidentified. No surprises here -- just a good energetic set by the king of zydeco, with a full-sounding band and pretty good fidelity. As usual, he varied the set between traditional-sounding zydeco and numbers with a heavier soul and blues flavor (on which the saxophone comes much more to the fore), including a cover of the old Chuck Willis hit "What Am I Living For." --Richie Unterberger, Rovi

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