Big Mamou - Jimmy C. Newman - Progressive C. C. (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. about. The "C" stands for Cajun, and though much of Jimmy C. Newman's early country material has little swamp stylings, he developed a fusion on several s albums that established him as a forerunner in Cajun-country music.
  2. Jimmy C. Newman Lyrics - We have 29 song Lyrics including; Big Mamou | Lâche Pas La Patate | Jolie Blon | Big Mamou (Includes spoken dialogue) | Alligator Man | Down On The Bayou.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Progressive C. C. on Discogs.4/5(2).
  4. B: Big Bayou: Monument USA: ZS7 7" 1: Jimmy C. Newman A: The Potato Song (Lache Pas La Patate) B: Lache Pas La Patate (The Potato Song) La Louisianne USA: LL 7" 2: Jimmy C. Newman A: Just Once More B: You Can't Break The Chains Of Love: Shannon USA: S Oct 7" 0: Jimmy C. Newman A: Vieux Cajun B: Grand Mamou.
  5. Progressive 1 | 0: Plantation PLP Alligator Man | Boo Dan | Big Mamou | Thibodeaux And His Cajun Band | Louisiana Man | Jambalaya (On The Bayou) | Diggy Liggy Lo | Lache Pas La Patate (The Potato Song) | Jole Blon (Pretty Blonde) | Louisiana Saturday Night | () Greatest Hits 0 | 0: Plantation PLP
  6. Jun 21,  · Jimmy C. Newman: Primary Artist: I'm Going Back to Old Kentucky: Audie Baylock and Redline / Audie Blaylock / Redline: Composer: Jole Blon: Jimmy C. Newman: Primary Artist, Vocals: Lache Pas la Patate: Jimmy C. Newman: Primary Artist: Nashville Legends [K-Tel #2].
  7. Jimmy Yves Newman, 27 August , Big Mamou, Louisiana, USA. Since he was of French origin, speaking both English and French, and grew up in the heart of the Cajun area of the state, it is no surprise that he went on to become one of the main artists .
  8. Jun 21,  · Early life. Newman was born near Big Mamou, smartaronacarsetzvascrededfisemfi.xyzinfo a child, he listened more to Gene Autry than to the Cajun music of the area, but had a number of Cajun songs in his repertoire when, as a teenager, he joined Chuck Guillory’s Rhythm Boys.. Early career. He recorded a few unsuccessful sides for J.D. Miller’s Feature label in the s, but Miller persuaded Fred Rose in Nashville.
  9. Before "zydeco" there was Jimmy C. Newman. Those who enjoy Cajun sounds, real Cajun accordians and the rich mix of Cajun language and culture should know it began with Jimmy C. Newman. This album is a classic mix of Newman's mix: English, Cajun, country and western, and the toe-tapping beginnings of what became Zydeco.5/5(9).

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