Louisiana Swamp Blues – Birth of Rhythm Blues Playlist, down in Louisiana, Zydeco Cajun Blues

Louisiana Swamp Blues – Birth of Rhythm & Blues Playlist, down in Louisiana, Zydeco & Cajun Blues

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Vintage Louisiana Swamp Blues Playlist, birth of rhythm & blues, boogie, zydeco & cajun music

Tracklist :
00:00 – Big Chenier – Let Me Hold Your Hand
01:59 – Lonesome Sundown – Gonna Stick to You Baby
04:03 – Guitar Gable & King Karl – Cool Calm and Collected
06:44 – Boogie Jake – Loaded Down
08:52 – Mr Calhoun – I’m Ragged and Dirty
11:23 – Jay Nelson – Don’t You Want a Man Like Me ?
13:25 – Leroy Washington – My Chinatown Gal
15:37 – Charles Sheffield – Rock’n’Roll Train
17:50 – Lonesome Sundown – No Use to Worry
20:46 – Clarence Garlow – Sound the Bell
23:14 – Boozoo Chavis – Oh ! Babe
26:22 – Left Hand Charlie – Honey Bee
29:03 – Blue Charlie – Miss My Lagnion
32:14 – Guitar Gable – Guitar Rhumbo
34:18 – Big Walter Price – Oh Ramona
36:36 – Guitar Jr – The Crawl

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20 thoughts on “Louisiana Swamp Blues – Birth of Rhythm Blues Playlist, down in Louisiana, Zydeco Cajun Blues

  1. Leroy Washington’s My chinatown Girl is actually Big Bill Bronzy’S Key To The Highway with dark glasses and a beard!!!

  2. This is NOT material intended to spin within one hour of Bedtime!!! You WILL be rockin’ and rollin’ and tossin’ and turnin’ All NIGHT!! 😀 😀

  3. Sonido original y excelente, ls verdadera alma del blues, gracias por compartir este album

  4. Even the early blues were overwhelmingly ruled by Men. Who never cried “no shame” about it – ironic how most of the songs, the men are quibbling or complaining about women all the time. Hilarious.

  5. “Oh you call this music rock and roll? Hell we’ve been playing this stuff in New Orleans for years.” – Fats Domino

  6. Sing 🎤 song 🎧😎👂❤️that is the blues the old time song sing 🎤 that song listen

  7. I grew up in the small Eastern UP swamps. Obviously, the Eastern UP swamps are nothing like the Louisiana bayous. Up in the Eastern UP, we have a strong Métis population. A Métis is kind of like a Cajun. Those of us with French like swamps. My dad and I are part French. We get our French from my paternal grandfather. All of what I said explains why I adore Louisiana Swamp music.

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