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Although Cajun music was the folk (and only) music of a greater part of southwest Louisiana for two hundred years, it was virtually unknown outside of the area until the late 1920s and early 1930s when some 78-rpm records were published. Cajun music made its live debut when the Mamou Cajun Band (Cyp & Adam Landreneau) played at the National Folk Festival in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma in 1957. Originally released on LP in 1976 (SW 8001); re-issued on CD in 2003, 11 tracks.

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Mamou Cajun Band (Cyp & Adam Landreneau) – Cajun Sole CD

$9.98

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  • Description

Description

Although Cajun music was the folk (and only) music of a greater part of southwest Louisiana for two hundred years, it was virtually unknown outside of the area until the late 1920s and early 1930s when some 78-rpm records were published. Cajun music made its live debut when the Mamou Cajun Band (Cyp & Adam Landreneau) played at the National Folk Festival in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma in 1957. Originally released on LP in 1976 (SW 8001); re-issued on CD in 2003, 11 tracks.

part of the ValueDisc Encore Series
additional information