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Doug Kershaw With Hank Williams Jr. - Cajun Baby album mp3

Doug Kershaw With Hank Williams Jr. - Cajun Baby album mp3

Performer: Doug Kershaw
Title: Cajun Baby
Country: US
Category: Country, Folk
Album rating: 4.6
Votes: 705
Size MP3: 1468 mb
Size FLAC: 1391 mb
Size WMA: 1363 mb
Other formats: AU MP2 WMA DMF AAC VOX MP3

Tracklist

A Cajun Baby
B Cajun Baby

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BGM 81588 Doug Kershaw With Hank Williams Jr. Doug Kershaw With Hank Williams Jr. - Cajun Baby ‎(7", Single) BGM Records BGM 81588 US 1988
BGM 81588 Doug Kershaw With Hank Williams Jr. Doug Kershaw With Hank Williams Jr. - Cajun Baby ‎(7", Promo) BGM Records BGM 81588 US Unknown

Hank Williams Jr. - Waymore's Blues The Music Inside: A Collaboration Dedicated To Waylon Jennings, Volume II, 2012 04:48. Hank Williams Jr. - Club . It's About Time, 2015 03:19. Artist: Hank Williams Jr. Hank Williams, Jr. & Doug Kershaw.

The discography of all albums and singles released by Hank Williams Jr. consists of 56 studio albums and 25 compilation albums. He has released 109 singles and 24 music videos. Eleven of his singles have reached Number One in either the United States or Canada.

Hot Diggity Doug was released in mid-2000 and Still Cajun After All These Years followed in early 2001 Kershaw formerly owned and operated The Bayou House, a restaurant in Lucerne, Colorado, but parted ways with his partners in 2007 due to his displeasure with management and am. .

This budget-priced album collects his duets with his brother Rusty from early in his career, and more recent duets with country star Hank Williams Jr. ("Cajun Baby") and New Orleans rock & roller Fats Domino ("Don't Mess With My Toot-Toot'). Kershaw's funkier side is evident on "Cajun Boogie Queen," with its loping, Little Feat/Meters-style groove

Doug Kershaw's solo career took a while to take form. He signed a songwriting contract with BMI in 1967 and then inked a deal with Warner Bros. releasing his solo debut The Cajun Way in 1969. Soon, Kershaw made inroads in both country and rock & roll: he appeared on Johnny Cash's televised variety show in 1969 and guested on records by Bob Dylan, Arlo Guthrie, and Grand Funk Railroad. Kershaw stayed with Warner through 1978, releasing a grand total of 11 albums in his decade there. By the time he put out Hot Diggidy Doug on Voodoo Records in 1989 - an album that featured his last two charting singles, the Hank Williams, Jr. duet "Cajun Baby" and "Boogie Queen" - it was clear that Kershaw's career didn't concentrate on recordings.

Kershaw became interested in Cajun music during parties his parents would host on the family's houseboat in Louisiana, where he first heard Cajun bands playing the music. Doug grew up surrounded by Cajun fiddle and accordion music. Hot Diggity Doug was released in mid-2000 and Still Cajun After All These Years followed in early 2001 Kershaw formerly owned and operated The Bayou House, a restaurant in Lucerne, Colorado, but parted ways with his partners in 2007 due to his displeasure with management and.

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