Wayne Toups - Zydecajun album download
|1||My Friend / Mon Ami||2:50|
|2||Went To The Dance / J'Ai Été-Z-Au Bal||3:02|
|4||One Scotch, One Bourbon, One Beer||3:32|
|5||Take Care Of My Kids / Soigne Mes Enfants||3:00|
|8||Going Back To Big Mamou / S'en Aller (Enccore) À Grand Mamou||3:07|
|9||You're There On My Mind / T'Es Là Sur Mon Idée||4:39|
|10||Les Zydeco Sont Pal Salé||6:43|
- Producer – Mark Miller
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 422-846584-2 3
|Kajun 5032||Wayne Toups||Zydecajun (LP, Album)||Kajun||Kajun 5032||US||1986|
Wayne Toups (born October 2, 1958, Crowley, Louisiana) is one of the most commercially successful American Cajun singers. He is also a songwriter. Wayne Toups has been granted numerous awards and honors throughout his career including 2010 Festivals Acadiens et Créoles dedicated in his name, Offbeat Magazine Album of the Year recipient. Member of The Louisiana Music Hall of Fame, Gulf Coast Hall of Fame, and Cajun French Music Hall of Fame, 55th Annual Grammy Award winner.
Album · 1985 · 10 Songs. Back to the Bayou (feat. The Band Courtbouillon.
Accordion, Lead Vocals – Wayne Toups. Arranged By – Wayne Toups. Art Direction, Design – Chris Thompson (18), Michael Bays. Bass Guitar – Mark Miller (2). Crew – Keith Guidroz, Kevin Touchet. Drums – Troy Gaspard. Electric Guitar, Backing Vocals – Wade Richard. Performer – Mark Miller (2), Rick Lagneaux, Troy Gaspard, Wade Richard. Piano, Organ, Backing Vocals – Rick Lagneaux. Producer – Bob Johnston. Mastered at Georgetown Masters, Inc. in Nashville, Tennessee.
Went to the Dance, 03:03.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Blast From The Bayou (1989) by Wayne Toups & Zydecajun. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Wayne Toups & Zydecajun. Reflections of the Past. Little Wooden Box. 2000.
Wayne Toups aspires to a sound that combines the two traditions of Louisiana French music, as is indicated by the name of his band. And indeed, it is a fusion of the more tradional Cajun style and the more African-American, rhythm & blues-oriented zydeco sound. The band uses a Hammond B3 organ in addition to the accordion (like Buckwheat Zydeco and the Ils Sont Partis band. The songs are mostly sung in English, with a smattering of French to keep the disc authentic. But Wayne Toups is definitely reaching out to a broader audience than most zydeco or Cajun artists. Toups attempts a couple.