Allons a Lafayette, c'est pour changer ton nom On va t'app'ler madame, madame Canaill Comeaux Petit t'es trop mignonn' pour fair ta criminell Comment tu crois que moi, j'peux fair comm ca tout seul Seeger, Mike (1962). How do you think I am going to manage without you? Their song would kick off an entire genre of music for generations of people to follow. Several musicians recorded the song. 01. In 1990, a version by Dutch band Captain Gumbo reached No. We are so far apart and that is pitiful. Interviews with Leo claim his record came out a week after Lafayette was released sometime after October. They headed to New Orleans, arriving at the Godchaux Building, not far from the Columbia Phonograph Company on Canal Street. After 1957, Randy and The Rockets released the swamp pop song "Lets Do the Cajun Twist" using the same theme and melody. Allons à Lafayette song lyrics by Joe Falcon & Cleoma Breaux official. Add lyrics. Most come from my personal 78 collection. asdf Let's go to Lafayette, in order to change your name, Petite, t'es trop mignonne pour faire to criminelle! Le Vieux Soulard Et Sa Femme Cleoma Breaux. - Leo Soileau & Mayuse LaFleur, "Mamie Que J'Aime Tant (Mamie I Love So Much) - Patrick "Dak" Pellerin, "Manual Bar Waltz" - Milton Molitor & Austin Pitre, "Mayor of Bayou Pom Pom" - Walter Coquille, "Mercredi Soir Passé (Last Wednesday Night)" - Blind Uncle Gaspard, "Merrymaker's Hop" - Miller's Merrymakers, "Mes Cinquantes Sous (My Fifty Cents)" - Eddie Shuler, "Midway Two Step" - Austin Pitre & Milton Molitor, "Mon Camon La Case Que Je Suis Cordane" - Douglas Bellard, "Mon Chere Bebe Creole (My Creole Sweet Mama)" - Dennis McGee & Sady Courville, "Mon Coeur T'Appelle (My Heart Aches For You)" - Cleoma Breaux, "Mon Cour Me Fais Ci Mal" - Hackberry Ramblers, "Mon Dernier Bon Soir" - Alleman and Walker, "Natchitocheo (French Town)" - Blind Uncle Gaspard, "Negotiating Difference in French Louisiana Music: Categories and Identifications" by Sara Le Menestrel, "New Jolie Blond" - Happy Doc and the Boys, "Noir Chaussette's Two Step (Black Sox Two Step)" - Sidney Brown, "O! Allons a Lafayette Cleoma Breaux, Ophy Breaux, Joe Falcon. Side 1: Post interview with Joe Falcon / Side 2: Lecture on Imperial Valley. Joseph F. Falcon-Allons a Lafayette (Let's Go to Lafayette). Let's go to Lafayette, to change your name. Add lyrics. People would often buy several copies of the record since the playing needles would wear the records out. Box: 8. that I do not deserve what you are trying to do. "Riviere Rouge (Red River)" - Delma Lachney and Bl... Gervis Stanford - Interview at his home in Lanse aux Pailles community - Part A, Gervis Stanford - Interview at his home in Lanse aux Pailles community - Part B, "A Mosquito Ate Up My Sweetheart" - Segura Brothers, "Abbeville Breakdown" - Alley Boys of Abbeville, "Acadian All Star Special" by Bear Records, "Accordions Fiddles Two Step & Swing: A Cajun Music Reader" by Ron Brown Ryan A. Brasseaux and Kevin S. Fontenot, "Aimer Et Perdre (To Love And Lose)" - Joe Falcon, "Allon A Tassone (Let's Go To Tassone)" - Dennis McGee & Sady Courville, "Allons Danser Colinda" - Happy Doc And The Hadacol Boys, "Alons Kooche Kooche" - Louisiana Rounders, "Apres Jengler A Toi" - Alley Boys of Abbeville, "Assi Dans La Fenetre De Ma Chambre (Sitting In The Window Of My Room)" - Blind Uncle Gaspard, "Ayou Ayou Mon Petite Chien Pour Edete (Where Oh Where Has My Little Dog Gone)" - Louisiana Rounders, "Basile Waltz" - Leo Soileau and Mayuse Lafleur, "Bayou Lafourche" - Happy Doc And The Boys, "Bayou Man" - Leroy "Happy Fats" Leblanc & Al Terry, "Bayou Pom Pom One Step" - Angelas Lejeune, "Belle Of Point Clare" - Arteleus Mistric, "Big Texas" - Julius "Papa Cairo" Lamperez, "Bury Me In A Corner Of The Yard" - Segura Brothers, "C'est Mauvais De Dire Un Mensonge (It's A Sin To Tell A Lie)" - Cleoma Breaux, "C'est Si Triste Sans Lui (It Is So Blue Without Him)" - Cleoma Breaux, "Ca Tait Pas Difference Asteur (It Makes No Difference Now)" - Sons of Acadians, "Cajun and Creole Music Makers: Musiciens cadiens et creoles" by Barry Jean Ancelet, "Cajun Boogie" - Leroy "Happy Fats" Leblanc, "Cajun Breakdown: The Emergence of an American-Made Music" by Ryan Andre Brasseaux, "Cajun Country (Folklife in the South Series)" By Barry Jean Ancelet, "Cajun Jitter Bug" - Leroy "Happy Fats" Leblanc, "Ce Pas La Pienne Tu Pleur" - Moise Robin & Leo Soileau, "Chere Vere Naig" - Clopha "Shuk" Richard & Marie Falcon, "Cherie Ba Sate (Little Sweetheart)" - Joe Manuel, "Cinque Pieds Deux (Five Feet Two)" - Patrick "Dak" Pellerin, "Courville and McGee Waltz" - Sady Courville & Dennis McGee, "Cousinne Lilly" - John Bertrand & Milton Pitre, "Crowley Two Step" - Happy Doc & The Hadacol Boys, "Dans La Platin" - Happy Doc and the Boys, "Dans Le Grand Bois (In The Forest)" - Hackberry Ramblers, "Darbone's Creole Stomp" - Hackberry Ramblers, "Demain C'est Pas Dimanche" - Moise Robin & Leo Soileau, "Disenchanting Les Bons Temps: Identity and Authenticity in Cajun Music and Dance" by Charles J. Stivale, "Diséz Goodbye A Vôtre Mère (Tell Your Mother Goodbye)" - Dennis McGee & Sady Courville, "Do You Think Work Is Hard?" However, we do know it was available for purchase by August that summer in Port Arthur, TX and even in West Virginia. Starting off a new blog, it's critical to get the first article right. Allons à Lafayette • First recording of Cajun song, by Joe Falcon (1928) • Instrumentation: accordion, fiddle, guitar, triangle, and drums. The band was still active as of 2013 On va t'appeller Madame, Madame Canaille Comeaux comme moi. Allons à Lafayette mais pour changer ton nom On va t'appeler Madame, Madame Canaille-Comeaux! Pourquoi tu fais tout ça, c'est bien pour m'faire fâcher! Also covering Creole, Cajun-Country, and Cajun swing. Lyrics for Allons à Lafayette by Joe Falcon & Cleoma Breaux. While there is some mystery on the reason Okeh Records didn't release Dr. James F. Roach's songs in 1925, "Allons à Lafayette" is officially known as the first commercial Cajun song to be recorded. "Ma Blonde Est Partie (My Blonde Went Away And Lef... "My Sweetheart Run Away" - Segura Brothers. POST (LAUREN CHESTER) PAPERS. Allons A Lafayette lyrics. Add lyrics. Compiled histories from websites, books, news articles, liner notes, and interviews. Honey, you're too pretty to act like a tramp. Columbia Records Old-Time Music Talent Scout", 1001 Songs You Must Hear Before You Die: And 10,001 You Must Download Hardcover – November 2, 2010 by Robert Dimery, The Cajuns: Songs, Waltzes, & Two-Steps (Folkways, 1971), Sony Music 100 Years: Soundtrack for a Century (1999), Les Cajuns Best Of 2002 Les Triomphes De La Country Volume 12 (Habana, 2002), Cajun Louisiane 1928-1939 (Fremeaux, 2003), Cajun Capers: Cajun Music 1928-1954 (Proper, 2005). • Song also talks about the journey to Lafayette … Burr drove the Falcons and a singer, Leon Meche, to the Columbia audition in New Orleans. [4] While there is some mystery on the reason Okeh Records didn't release Dr. James F. Roach's songs in 1925, "Allons à Lafayette" is officially known as the first commercial Cajun song to be recorded. Inspired by 78s of the old Cajun masters and French folk music, Beausoleil is deeply steeped in tradition while incorporating modern influences of jazz, rock, and blues. Oktober 2015 in Lafayette, La/USAbeim Festival de Musique Acadienne et Créole Paroles de Allons A Lafayette. Allons à Lafayette, mais pour changer ton nom. And yet, that was just a little extra that turned out okay... Joe recalls the experience. Specializing in southern roots music, Walker set. up remote recording studios in cities such as Atlanta, New Orleans, Memphis. #3 Allons à Lafayette by Joe Falcon and Cléoma Breaux (1928) ... translations of the lyrics to English (if required), and any other songs by the same artist which are recommended on the list 10,001 Songs You Must Hear Before You Die which is in the back of the book. e would speak about his discovery of Joe Falcon and Cleoma during, So I went up to Lafayette for a weekend. [G D Am] Chords for Lee Benoit - Allons Danser Colinda with capo transposer, play along with guitar, piano, ukulele & mandolin. Robert Dimery's book "1001 Songs You Must Hear Before You Die: And 10,001 You Must Download". : In 1928, Columbia had just acquired Okeh records two years before. size. It was, amazing that you could sell fifty or sixty thousand records in a locality of that. Given plenty of instructional tapes, CDs and DVDs, I never could find tablature on Cajun fiddle playing. Still doubting their abilities, they asked to hear a tune. - Adam Trahan, "Easy Rider Blues" - Moise Robin & Leo Soileau, "Elle M'a Oublie (She Has Forgotten Me)" - Joe Falcon, "En Jour A Venir (I'll Get Mine Bye And Bye)" - Sons Of Acadians, "Evangeline Playboys Special" - Austin Pitre, "Fais-Do-Do Breakdown" - Happy Doc and the Boys, "Gran Prairie" - Leroy "Happy Fats" Leblanc, "Grande Nuit Especial (Big Night Special)" - Iry Lejeune, "Homesick Waltz" - Cleby Richard with Adam Hebert, "I've Got Your Heart Locked Up" - Abe Manuel, "Ils La Volet Mon Trancas" - Cleoma Breaux, "Iry Lejeune: Wailin the Blues Cajun Style" by Ron Yule, "J'ai Passe Devant Ta Porte" - Eddie Shuler, "J'vai Jouer Celea Pour Toi (I'll Play This For You)" - Bixy Guidry & Percy Babineaux, "J'Vas Continue A' T'Aime (I'll Keep On Loving You)" - Sons Of Acadians, "Jay Pa Say Devout Tah Port" - The Singing Frenchman, "Je Jais Pos C Cannye (Ain't Misbehavin')" - Patrick "Dak" Pellerin, "Je Vas T'aime Lessair Pleurer" - Alley Boys of Abbeville, "Je Veux Marier (I Want To Get Married)" - Moise Robin & Leo Soileau, "Je Vue Ta Figure Dans La Lune (I Saw Your Face In The Moon)" - Louisiana Rounders, "Jeusté Parcqué (Just Because)" - Cleoma Breaux, "Jole Brun" - Clopha "Shuk" Richard & Marie Falcon, "Jolie (Brunette)" - Jolly Boys of Lafayette, "Jolie Fille (Pretty Girl)" - Gene Rodrigue, "Jolly Boys Breakdown" - Jolly Boys of Lafayette, "Jus Pasque" - Leroy "Happy Fats" Leblanc, "L'Abandoner" - Bartmon Montet & Joswell Dupuis, "La Breakdown A Pete" - Hackberry Ramblers, "La Breakdown La Louisianne" - Walker Brothers, "La Chanson du Mardi Gras" - Clément Brothers, "La Cote Farouche De La Vie" - Marie Falcon & Clopha "Shuk" Richard, "La Fille La Vove (The Widow's Daughter)" - Iry Lejeune, "La Marche De La Noce" - Joe Falcon & Cleoma Breaux, "La Musique Encore Encore" - Dixie Ramblers, "La Nouvelle Marche De Marris" - Happy Fats, "La Nuit De Samedi (Saturday Night Waltz)" - Joseph Falcon, "La Recomendation Du Soulard" - Guidry Brothers, "La Rille Cajen" - Dennis McGee & Ernest Fruge, "La Valse A Austin Ardoin" - Amede Ardoin & Dennis McGee, "La Valse a Tidom Hanks" - Angelas Lejeune, "La Valse De Amour (Waltz of Love)" - Sidney Brown, "La Valse de Bayou Teche" - Nathan Abshire, "La Valse De Bon Baurche" - Elise Deshotel, "La Valse De Boutte Dechuminen" - Nathan Abshire & Rayne-Bo Ramblers, "La Valse De Creole" - Dudley and James Fawvor, "La Valse De Gueydan" - Amede Ardoin & Dennis McGee, "La Valse De Hadacol" - Happy & The Hadacol Boys, "La Valse De La Prison" - Hackberry Ramblers, "La Valse De La Ru Canal" - Moise Robin & Leo Soileau, "La Valse De Louisiane" - Walker Brothers, "La Valse de Riceville" - Nathan Abshire & Rayne-Bo Ramblers, "La Valse De Tamper Tate" - Elise Deshotel, "La Valse des Chantiers Pétrolifères (Waltz of the Oil Field)" - Amede Ardoin, "La Valse Du Grande Chemin (The Waltz Of The Big Road)" - Iry Lejeune, "La Valse Du Texas" - Angelas Lejeune & Ernest Fruge, "La Valse Kim Fe Du Mal (The Waltz That Hurts Me So)" - Lawrence Walker, "La Valse La Prison" - Douglas Bellard & Kirby Riley, "La Valse Penitentiaire" - Moise Robin & Leo Soileau, "La Veuve De La Coulee" - Leroy "Happy Fats" Leblanc, "Lake Arthur Stomp" - Miller's Merrymakers, "Lanse Des Belaire" - Dennis McGee & Ernest Fruge, "Le Blues De Petit Chien" - Breaux Brothers, "Le Grande Texas" - The Singing Frenchman, "Le Soldat Fatigue" - John Bertrand & Roy Gonzales, "Le Two Step De Villeplatte" - Elise Deshotel, "Le Vieux Arbe De Pin (They Cut Down The Old Pine Tree)" - Louisiana Rounders, "Le Vieux Soulard Et Sa Femme (The Old Drunkard and His Wife)" - Joe Falcon and Cleoma Breaux, "Les Blues De Crowley (Crowley Blues)" - Amede Ardoin & Dennis McGee, "Les Blues De La Louisiane (Louisiana Blues)" - Leo Soileau, "Les Blues De Voyage" - Amede Ardoin & Dennis McGee, "Les Blues Du Texas" - Dennis McGee & Ernest Fruge, "Les Tete Fille De Lafayette" - Happy Fats, "Louisiana Boogie (Honky Tonk Boogie)" - Harry Choates, "Louisiana Women: Their Lives and Times" By by Janet Allured and Judith F. Gentry, "Ma Chere Tite Fille" - Moise Robin & Leo Soileau, "Ma Chere Vieux Maison Dan Suet" - J.B. Fuselier, "Ma Mauvaus Fille" - Moise Robin & Leo Soileau, "Madam Entelle Two Step" - Shuk Richard & Marie Falcon, "Madame Young Donnez Moi Votre Plus Jolie Blonde (Madame Young Give Me Your Sweetheart)" - Dennis Mcgee and Sady Courville, "Mama Rosin" - Yvonne LeBlanc & Nathan Abshire, "Mama Where You At?" [5][6], The song deals with a man asking his partner to go to Lafayette, Louisiana and change her name to something more scandalous, Mrs. Mischievous Comeaux. He and his wife Cléoma Breaux left for New Orleans to record as Joe & Cleoma Falcon the first Cajun record and went on to perform across southern Louisiana and Texas. Allons A Lafayette This song is by Captain Gumbo and appears on the album 1 More 2 Step (1991). In late 1946, Harry Choates resurrected the tune and officially entitled it ". Je suis si loin de toi, mais ça, ça m' fait pitié Like many of the Columbia tunes after 1926, it would be re-issued on Okeh (#90018) and like many Cajuns songs, "Allons a Lafayette" is based on an older tune. "Allons à Lafayette" is the B-side of a 78rpm single recorded by Joe Falcon and Cléoma Breaux in 1928. Allons a Lafayette & More ... lets you feel comfortable within the relaxed intricacy and good humoredness of this music.The French language of these lyrics provides a welcome ambiguity of content for jaded American ears. In 2013, the song was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame Award. He knew the locals, Joe's music, and that people would buy these records if he had some. Stack: 7:11-19. "Allons à Lafayette" is the B-side of a 78rpm single recorded by Joe Falcon and Cléoma Breaux in 1928. Petite, t'est trop mignonne pour faire ta criminelle. On va t'appeller Madame, Madame Canaille Comeaux comme moi. Observe moi bien mignonne, tu vas voir par toi même. Petite, t’es trop mignonne pour faire ta criminelle. But when they got there, Columbia didn't think the duo would be enough to make a record. Lafayette Joe Falcon, Cleoma Breaux. A single singer would have a little concertina-type. So, Joe and Cleoma played "Allons a Lafayette" on his German diatonic accordion (probably a "Monarch") which his dad bought for him in Lafayette and Cleoma played a guitar. Add lyrics. The Beginner's Guide to Cajun Music (Primo, The Best Of Cajun & Zydeco (Not Now, 2010), J'ai Ete Au Bal - Vol. The song is based on an older traditional tune called "Jeunes gens campagnard". Allons A Lafayette - [2016-11-27] Amadee Two Step - George Peck [2019-03-24] Back Of Town Two Step - [2016-11-20] Bosco Blues - [2018-11-25] Branche Du Murier Plus Baskant - [2016-11-13] Cajun Exercise - [2016-12-11] Cajun Hot Shoes - [2016-11-13] Cankton Two Step - [2017-01-01] Choupique Two Step - [2016-11-13] Creole Stomp - [2016-11-13] Columbia’s A&R man (artists and repertoire) told Burr that the company was only interested in large orchestras that played foxtrots and similar dance tunes. Chanson cajun interprétée pour la première fois en 1928 par Joe & Cléoma Falcon. Afterwards, more recording companies chose to begin recording Cajun music. 03. Honey, you're too pretty to act like a tramp. Add lyrics. Captain Gumbo is a band with a swingin' repertoire of Cajun and Zydeco. [2][3] The song is based on an older traditional tune called "Jeunes gens campagnard". Under mysterious circumstances that aren't quite understood, although recorded in April (Joe claims it was in July), some state the record (#15275-D) wouldn't be released until October. talent scout for Columbia Records’ Country Music Division during the 1920s, technique of field recordings. George immediately explained Joe's music was popular back home and wrote a check for double his original order to 500 records. He made the very first Cajun recording back in 1928, of "Allons a Lafayette," a version of which can be heard here. Allons à Lafayette Songtext von Captain Gumbo mit Lyrics, deutscher Übersetzung, Musik-Videos und Liedtexten kostenlos auf Songtexte.com They were very interested in "hillbilly" (country) music which was played in the southern areas. aufgenommen am 9. Captain Gumbo is a band with a swingin' repertoire of Cajun and Zydeco. "South to Louisiana: The Music of the Cajun Bayous", p15-17. Zydeco Hounds . In this case, the tune is called "Jeunes Gens Campagnard"; a song, There has been some confusion with the line ", From that moment on, fans of Joe and Cleoma would purchase multiple copies of Lafayette, due to ruining them from playing them so much. Since the release of their debute cd 1 More 2-Step in 1990 Captain Gumbo has become a respected name at many venues. Allons à Lafayette, mais pour changer ton nom. Allons a Lafayette Songtext von Boozoo Chavis mit Lyrics, deutscher Übersetzung, Musik-Videos und Liedtexten kostenlos auf Songtexte.com 02. As they prepared themselves, Joe's friend and vocalist, Leon Meche, was getting ready however, he got stage fright and backed out. We will call you Mrs. Mischievous Comeaux. During the spring of 1928, a native of New Orleans and friend of Frank's executives, George Burrow lived and worked in Joe's hometown of Rayne. We put it on the market, and it had, [There were] definitely local sales extending all over the state of Louisiana and some of, Texas, because there is a great many of the Cajuns living over in Texas. Mais toi, mon joli Coeur, regarde donc ce que t’as fait. Sound Recordings: Audio Tapes. So I brought down a little group. Taken soon after the recording in New Orleans, 1928. Like many of the Columbia tunes after 1926, it would be re-issued on Okeh (#90018) and like many Cajuns songs, "Allons a Lafayette" is based on an older tune. Bebe" - Oscar "Slim" Doucet & Alius Soileau, "O.S.T. A unique window into the world of Cajun music between 1928 and 1965. Comment tu crois que moi, je peux faire comme ça tout seul. Prends donc courage, cher Prends donc courage, cher ... Allons a Lafayette 99. The special atmosphere of a real "fais do-do," a Cajun country dance, is captured here on this live recording by Cajun music innovator, Joe Falcon. Cette version du groupe The Lost Bayou Ramblers conserve le style d'époque. The Top 40 hit 'Allons A Lafayette' got them shows both national and international. Mais toi, mais joli Coeur, regarde donc mais quoi t'as fait. The. Si … Prenez Courage (Take Courage) Lyrics. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Allons a Lafayette - BeauSoleil on AllMusic - 1988 - This is a more traditional sound as compared with… "Frank Buckley Walker. George contacted one of the executives of Columbia and found out they would be recording in New Orleans. I brought him down to New Orleans, and we recorded, just to have something different. Burr arranged an audition with Columbia, in New Orleans, by guaranteeing that, should the group be accepted, he would buy 250 records to sell in dancehalls in and around Crowley, in Acadia Parish. Burr pointed to me and Cleoma and Meche.”. 04. 05. On va t’appeler Madame, Madame Canaille Comeaux. Joe Falcon & Cleoma Breaux - Allons à Lafayette lyrics. The Columbia issues themselves sold 19,249 copies, fairly respectable for that time. So, what better way to start it than with the first Cajun song ever commercially recorded? Gal" - Leroy "Happy Fats" Leblanc, "Old Cow Blues" - Buddy Duhon & Harry Choates, "One Step De L'Amour" - Hackberry Ramblers, "One Step De Laccissine" - Nathan Abshire & Rayne-Bo Ramblers, "One Step De Morse" - Nathan Abshire & Rayne-Bo Ramblers, "One Step des Chameaux" - Dennis McGee and Amede Ardoin, "One Step Du Maraist Bouler" - Angelas Lejeune & Ernest Fruge, "Ouvrez Grand Ma Fenêtre (Raise My Window High)" - Cleoma Breaux, "Pas Aller Vita (Step It Fast)" - Hackberry Ramblers, "Pestauche Ah Tante Nana (The Peanut Song)" - Sidney Brown, "Pleur Plus' (Don't Cry)" - Columbus Fruge, "Poor Hobo: The Tragic Life of Harry Choates: A Cajun Legend" by Tim Knight, "Prenez Courage (Take Courage)" - Cleoma Breaux, "Quand Je Suis Partis Pour Le Texas (When I Left Home For Texas)" - Joe Falcon, "Quitter La Maison (Leaving Home Blues)" - Hackberry Ramblers, "Riviere Rouge (Red River)" - Delma Lachney and Blind Uncle Gaspard, "Saturday Night Special" - Sundown Playboys, "Saute Crapaud (Jump Frog)" - Columbus Fruge, "Setre Chandelle" - Happy Doc and the Boys, "Si Tu Voudroit Marriez Avec Moi (Marry Me)" - Joe's Acadians, "Si Vous Moi Voudrez Ame (If You'd Only Love Me)" - Leo Soileau, "South To Louisiana: The Music of the Cajun Bayous" by John Broven, "Sundown Playboys Special" - Lionel Cormier, "Sur Le Borde De L'Eau (On the Riverside)" - Blind Uncle Gaspard, "Swamp Pop: Cajun and Creole Rhythm and Blues" By Shane K. Bernard, "T'Est Petite a Ete T'Est Meon (You Are Little and You Are Cute)" - Dudley And James Fawvor, "T'est Petite Et T'est Mignonne" - Leo Soileau, "Tant Que Tu Est Avec Moi" - Jolly Boys of Lafayette, "Te Ma Lessa Jolie Blonde" - Miller's Merrymakers, "The Criminal Waltz (La Valse Criminale)" - Leo Soileau and Mayuse Lafleur, "The Kingdom of Zydeco" by Michael Tisserand, "The Lafayette Playboy Waltz" - Aldus Roger, "The Old Ice Man" - Leroy "Happy Fats" Leblanc, "The Pee Wee Special" - Pee Wee Broussard, "The Pretty Gals Don't Want Me" - Adam Trahan, "The Rabbit Stole The Pumpkin" - John Bertrand & Milton Pitre, "The Waltz Of Our Little Town" - Adam Trahan, "The Waltz That Carried Me To My Grave" - Pee Wee Broussard, "Ton Papa Ta Mama Ma Sta Da All" - Lawrence Walker, "Tout Que Reste C'est Mon Linge" - Amede Ardoin & Dennis McGee, "Traditional Music in Coastal Louisiana: The 1934 Lomax Recordings" by Joshua Clegg Caffery, "Tran La Ezy (Drag It Easy)" - Musical Four Plus One, "Trois Jours Apres Ma Mort" - Soileau Couzens, "Tu Peus Pas Me Faire Ce" - Alley Boys of Abbeville, "Two Step D'Elton" - Dennis McGee & Amede Ardoin, "Two Step De Kindergarden" - Elise Deshotel, "Two Step De La Prarie Soileau" - Amede Ardoin, "Two Step Du La Tell" - J.B. Fuselier and his Merrymakers, "Une Pias Ici Une Pias La Bas" - Hackberry Ramblers, "Valse A Alcee Poulard" - Amede Ardoin & Dennis McGee, "Valse A Pap" - Dennis McGee & Ernest Fruge, "Valse De Estherwood (Estherwood Waltz)" - Leo Soileau, "Valse De La Louisianne" - Angelas Lejeune, "Valse De La Pointe D'Eglise (Church Point Waltz)" - Amede Ardoin, "Valse De Mon Vieux Village" - Amede Ardoin, "Valse De Pointe Noire" - Angelas Lejeune, "Valse Des Opelousas" - Amede Ardoin & Dennis McGee, "Valse des Vachers" - Dennis McGee & Ernest Fruge, "Vien Don Ma Reguin (Come And Meet Me)" - J.B. Fuselier, "Vingt Et Un Ans (Twenty One Years)" - Louisiana Rounders, "Vous M'Avez Donné Votre Parole (You Gave Me Your Word)" - Dennis McGee, "Walfus Two Step" - Chuck Guillory & Milton Molitor, "Waltz of the Mulberry Limb" - Iry Lejeune, "Wandering Aces Special" - Lawrence Walker, "Ye Yaille Chere - Traditional Cajun Dance Music" by Raymond E. Francois, "Your Father Put Me Out (Ton Pere A Mit d'Eor)" - Leo Soileau and Mayuse Lafleur. Mais petite t'es trop mignon' Pour être un criminel Comment tu promets moi I had always thought this method of learning would benefit those like me who prefer to learn by seeing the tab positions, the same way a lot of guitar players do. C'est si triste sans lui Cleoma Breaux. Dallas, Little Rock and Johnson City searching for amateur musical talent. Add lyrics. Add lyrics. The record sold well in the region and kicked off an entire genre of music which is still going strong. Allons a Lafayette Songtext von Jimmy C. Newman mit Lyrics, deutscher Übersetzung, Musik-Videos und Liedtexten kostenlos auf Songtexte.com According to Joe, it was released eight days before the second Cajun song to be released by Leo Soileau and Mayuese Lafleur. Because you are doing all this, it's enough to make me angry. Made first recording of Cajun music in New Orleans; "Allons a Lafayette" Bill Monroe "Father of Bluegrass"; Melded old-time string bands with blues; Debuted at Grand Ole Opry in 1939; Wrote "New Mule Skinner Blues"; Coined the term "bluegrass" But you, my pretty heart, look at what you've done. Petite, t'est trop mignonne pour faire ta criminelle. Joe Falcon (September 28, 1900 – November 19, 1965) was a Cajun accordion player in southwest Louisiana, best known for the first recording of a Cajun song entitled "Allons à Lafayette" in 1928 . I think his, name was Joe Falcon. 30 in the official Dutch music singles chart.[8]. Captain Gumbo is a Dutch band formed in 1987, which plays mostly zydeco and Cajun music; that is, music in the French traditions of the U.S. state of Louisiana, based around the diatonic accordion.In 1990, their version of "Allons à Lafayette" (a song first recorded in 1928 by Joe Falcon and Cléoma Breaux) reached No. Vocal. As Falcon recalled years later “When [Burr] went to talk to them, they asked where the band was. On this 1989 release, master fiddler, Canray Fontenot Comment tu crois, mais moi, je peux faire, mais moi tout seul. I happened to know something of the, story of the Cajuns and was astounded at the interest that there was in their, little Saturday night dances. Look at me honey, you will see yourself Allons à Lafayette, c'est pour changer ton nom. instrument and a one-string fiddle and a triangle, those were the instruments. The Top 40 hit 'Allons A Lafayette' got them shows both national and international. Allons a Lafayette Songtext von Joe Falcon mit Lyrics, deutscher Übersetzung, Musik-Videos und Liedtexten kostenlos auf Songtexte.com Add lyrics. Since the release of their debute cd 1 More 2-Step in 1990 Captain Gumbo has become a respected name at many venues. The singer is upset they are both far apart and thinks her beauty is far better than her character.[7]. 30 in the Dutch singles chart.. Read about Allons A' Lafayette by Jo-El Sonnier and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Listen to Allons a Lafayette from Jo-El Sonnier's Cajun Life for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. 1 (I Went To The Dance) (Arhoolie, 2011), "Lafayette (Allons à Luafette)" - Joe Falcon, "La Valse de Holly Beach" - Nathan Abshire. Lyrics for top songs by Cleoma Breaux. Cajun-French Song 15275-D (146217) 16588 Columbia Phonograph Company, Inc., N.Y. "Joe and Cléoma Falcon were first to record Cajun music", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Allons_à_Lafayette&oldid=962501401, United States National Recording Registry recordings, Pages using infobox song with unknown parameters, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 14 June 2020, at 12:23. Joe Falcon Lyrics - We have 7 song Lyrics including; Allons a Lafayette | The Waltz That Carried Me To My Grave | Quand J'suis Parti Pour Le Texas | La Marche de la Noce (Wedding March) | Aimer Et Perdre | Les Filles a Nonc Helaire. but they would always have a singer and of course they sang in Cajun. Corrido De Joaquin Murrieta (Part 1 & 2) 100. LSU Libraries Special Collections. Beausoleil is the project of fiddle, banjo and guitar player Michael Doucet. Reprise sur une compil' de Beausoleil Allons à Lafayette Il faut changer ton nom On va t'app'ler madame Madame Canaille comme moi. Petite, t’es trop mignonne pour faire ta criminelle. Cajun Fiddle Tablature. The sales of this music began to increase. Broven, John. In this case, the tune is called "Jeunes Gens Campagnard"; a song Joe had heard as a little boy. And to me it had a funny sound. Allons à Lafayette, mais pour changer ton nom. • Vocal style and French dialect are distinctive, slurred lyrics • Song pays homage to Lafayette, and important Cajun center. Que moi je n'mérite pas c'que t'es en train d' faire.