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Pine Grove Blues

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  1. Includes his big "hit," "Pine Grove Blues," although a hit by the standards of this regional style only constituted about three thousand copies sold. With 28 tracks and 78 minutes running time, it's the usual excellent value for an Arhoolie reissue/
  2. ♬ Pine Grove Blues | 0 Posts. Watch short videos with music Pine Grove Blues on TikTok.
  3. Aug 28,  · Pine Grove Blues Nathan Abshire is, along with Iry LeJeune and Lawrence Walker, one of the greatest Cajun singers and accordion players of all time. Though Nathan Abshire made a small handful of records in the prewar era, it was beginning in with his recording of “Pine Grove Blues” that he rose to fame, if not fortune, in South Louisiana.
  4. Pine Grove Blues / Lemonade Song. 25 July Play album Popular this week Pine Grove Blues. 1 listener Play album Skip to YouTube video. 3 photos. Listeners. 6, Scrobbles. K. Play artist More actions. Play similar artists Born 27 June Born In Vermilion Parish, Louisiana, United States.
  5. He released his best-known record, "Pine Grove Blues", in , a song based on Amede Breaux's "Le Blues de Petit Chien", as well as several recordings on Swallow Records and Arhoolie Records in the s. He appeared with Dewey Balfa and The Balfa Brothers at the Newport Folk Festival in
  6. Nathan Abshire - Pine Grove Blues Lyrics, Hé, négresse! ayoù toi t'as partir hier au soir, ma négresse? Hé, négresse! ayoù toi t'as partir hier au soir, ma négresse? T'as 'rivé é à c'matin.
  7. Other major festivals The Hogs have been featured at include the Great Blue Heron Festival in Sherman, NY, the annual Cajun/Zydeco Music and Arts Festival in Moodus, CT, the annual Daffodil Festival at Hubbard Park in Meriden, CT, the 4th Annual Blues, Views & BBQ Festival in Westport, CT, the Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival in Oak Hill NY and the.
  8. Deeply influenced by the Creole musician Amede Ardoin, Abshire's best recordings are in the blues idiom. His "Pine Grove Blues" has receached the classic status. This collection brings together recordings from the s at the height of the Cajun accordian revivial. This is dancehall music, brash and beautiful, and almost defiantly Cajun/5(5).
  9. Pine Grove Blues This song is by Asleep at the Wheel and appears on the album Collision Course ().

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