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The Meters - Fire On The Bayou (1975) Expanded Remastered 2001  Music

Posted by Designol at Aug. 22, 2017
The Meters - Fire On The Bayou (1975) Expanded Remastered 2001

The Meters - Fire On The Bayou (1975) Expanded Remastered 2001
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Funk, New Orleans R&B, Soul | Label: Reprise/Warner/Rhino | # 8122-73548-2 | 01:00:26

By the time they released Fire On the Bayou in 1975, the Meters (now a quintet, with addition of Cyril Neville to the lineup) had graduated from regional cult heroes to internationally renowned recording act. In addition to playing on records by the likes of Paul McCartney, Dr. John, LaBelle and Robert Palmer, they were personally invited by the Rolling Stones to open their 1975 U.S. tour. The momentum helped Fire On the Bayou to become one of the Meters' most acclaimed and commercially successful albums. It remains a fan favorite, thanks to such gritty classic jams as "Talkin' 'bout New Orleans" and "They All Ask'd for You," which demonstrate the band's effortless instrumental expertise and organic rhythmic rapport. This remastered expanded edition contains five bonus tracks.
Various Artists - Swamp Pop By The Bayou: Let's Get Together Tonight (2017) {Ace Records CDCHD 1499}

Various Artists - Swamp Pop By The Bayou: Let's Get Together Tonight (2017) {Ace Records CDCHD 1499}
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© 2017 Ace Records | CDCHD 1499
Rock ’n’ Roll / Swamp Pop / Oldies / Cajun / Zydeco / Rhythm & Blues

The buckle-polishers and skirt-swirlers are back! Presenting 28 rare goodies from Louisiana and South East Texas. The variant of rock’n’roll that emanated from the Gulf Coast of South Louisiana and South East Texas in the 1950s-60s is as evocative of the area as chicken gumbo, crawfish étouffée and red beans and rice. The youthful Cajuns of the period threw themselves into r’n’r like teenagers across the globe, but had additional influences, not just the hillbilly and blues that created rockabilly, but the ethnic music of their parents and, most telling, the R&B sounds carried over the airwaves from New Orleans.
Jensens New Orleans Jazzband - On The Bayou (1998) {Music Mecca CD 2067 2}

Jensens New Orleans Jazzband - On The Bayou (1998) {Music Mecca CD 2067 2}
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© 1998 Music Mecca | CD 2067 - 2
Jazz / New Orleans Jazz / Continental Jazz

This is excellent Danish "New Orleans" trad jazz and it's live. JENSENS NewOrleans JAZZBAND is a bigger version of JENSENS jazz SERENADERS. It is a Danish New Orleans style band, very much influenced by musicians such as Bunk Johnson, George Lewis and Kid Thomas. The band is today one of the wellknown New Orleans jazzbands in Denmark with 13 CD releases and many tours in Europe.
Various Artists - Bluesin' By The Bayou (2013) {Ace Records CDCHD 1368}

Various Artists - Bluesin' By The Bayou (2013) {Ace Records CDCHD 1368}
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© 2013 Ace Records | CDCHD 1368
Blues / Louisiana Blues

Hardly have we savoured the full taste of “Rhythm ’n’ Bluesin’ By The Bayou” than here comes another bucketful of steaming South Louisiana gumbo and this time it’s “Bluesin’ By The Bayou” – a spicy mix of guitars, harmonicas, and even the occasional accordion, accompanying those tales of despair or machismo that are the recipe for the blues. All the tracks stem from the studios of J.D. Miller in Crowley and Eddie Shuler in Lake Charles. These two men were wonders at spotting talent and getting the best out of the performers, as illustrated on the 28 tracks on this CD.
Various Artists - Swamp Pop By The Bayou (2014) {Ace Records CDCHD 1397}

Various Artists - Swamp Pop By The Bayou (2014) {Ace Records CDCHD 1397}
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© 2014 Ace Records | CDCHD 1397
Rock & Roll / Rhythm & Blues / Louisiana / New Orleans

In the mid-50s, as rock’n’roll swept across the USA, the Cajun youth of South Louisiana and South East Texas absorbed the R&B sounds emanating from New Orleans. This was reflected in their music, making it so distinctive. They thrilled to the sound of Fats Domino, Smiley Lewis and Huey Smith and performed their songs with the bands they formed, while the area’s new breed of songwriters – Bobby Charles, Jimmy Donley, Jivin’ Gene, etc – assimilated the Crescent City style in their work. Swamp pop was born, although the genre had yet to be named.
Various Artists - Boppin' By The Bayou: Made In The Shade (2014) {Ace Records CDCHD 1415}

Various Artists - Boppin' By The Bayou: Made In The Shade (2014) {Ace Records CDCHD 1415}
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© 2014 Ace Records | CDCHD 1415
Rock & Roll / Rhythm & Blues / South Louisiana / South East Texas / Cajun

The ninth release in the “…By The Bayou” series brings you some hot rockers from South Louisiana and Southeast Texas, an area where Cajun culture has had a strong influence over its music – and never more so than in the heyday of real rock’n’roll, the 1950s. Rock’n’roll was a hybrid of C&W and R&B right across the USA, but in Cajun country the influences were more specific; the country music was from Texas, the R&B from New Orleans, and into this mix went rockabilly from Memphis via Shreveport and Cajun music. In this exciting compilation you will find all of those influences to varying degrees.

Hurricane on the Bayou (2006)  Video

Posted by notbanned at April 29, 2017
Hurricane on the Bayou (2006)

Hurricane on the Bayou (2006)
BRRip | 720x400 | .AVI/XviD @ 1587 Kbps | 41min 59s | 538 MiB
Audio: English MP3 192 kbps, 2 channels | Subs: None
Genre: Documentary

A documentary on the areas affected by Hurricane Katrina.
Various Artists - Bluesin' By The Bayou: Rough 'n' Tough (2014) {Ace Records CDCHD 1403}

Various Artists - Bluesin' By The Bayou: Rough 'n' Tough (2014) {Ace Records CDCHD 1403}
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© 2014 Ace Records | CDCHD 1403
Blues / South Louisiana / South East Texas

The second “Bluesin’” volume in the “By The Bayou” series concentrates on musicians from South Louisiana and South East Texas discovered and recorded by J.D. Miller and Eddie Shuler. These two giants of the post-war recording scene were supreme talent-spotters. They knew the sounds that appealed to the local record-buying public, their target audience. What they couldn’t have known, or even guessed at in their wildest fantasies, was that the appeal of their recordings would last so long and encompass the globe.
James Booker - Resurrection of the Bayou Maharajah: Live at the Maple Leaf Bar (1977-82) {Rounder Records CD 2118 rel 1993}

James Booker - Resurrection of the Bayou Maharajah: Live at the Maple Leaf Bar (1977-82) {Rounder Records CD 2118 rel 1993}
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© 1977-82, 1993 Rounder Records | CD 2118
Blues / Jazz / Piano Blues / Acoustic New Orleans Blues / R&B

For a man of such talent and influence, New Orleans piano legend James Booker is amazingly under-recorded. This disc and its partner (Spiders on the Keys) offer up some measure of what the folks of the Big Easy might have heard if they caught Booker on one of his "on" nights (he was a known drug user and inconsistent in his playing). He is at his best here (recorded at the Maple Leaf between 1972-1982), focused and intense in his playing, wildly passionate on both keyboards and vocals.
Various Artists - Rhythm 'n' Bluesin' By The Bayou: Rompin' & Stompin' (2014) {Ace Records CDCHD 1388}

Various Artists - Rhythm 'n' Bluesin' By The Bayou: Rompin' & Stompin' (2014) {Ace Records CDCHD 1388}
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© 2014 Ace Records | CDCHD 1388
Rock & Roll / Rhythm & Blues / Blues / South Louisiana

Letting the good times roll again, with this second visit to the dynamic South Louisiana R&B scene there is no waver in the quality of music. We’ve added the work of another Louisiana record man, Sam Montel from Baton Rouge, to the vast stockpile of material in the vaults of J.D. Miller, Eddie Shuler, Floyd Soileau and Jake Graffagnino. Sam (originally Montalbano) got into the music business when his childhood friend Jimmy Clanton hit the charts. Sam became his road manager and the whole scene got into his blood. He decided to start his own record label when only 18 years old. His first release, Lester Robertson’s ‘My Girl Across Town’, is included here, as is a previously unissued outing from Robertson.