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Album Review

A relatively basic album of party-based zydeco from the heir apparent to the throne after the death of Clifton Chenier. The nice thing about Buckwheat Zydeco's (Stanley Dural's) albums is the broader diversity that he uses as far as the compositions are concerned. Along with his own compositions on this album are bits from Booker T ("Time Is Tight"), the Blasters ("Marie Marie"), and Bob Dylan ("On a Night Like This"). To accompany his own band, a portion of the Dirty Dozen Brass Band fills in on horns throughout the album, much to the credit of the finished sound. The album is jumping, just the way it's supposed to. This is certainly one of Buckwheat's best albums, right in with Where There's Smoke, There's Fire. Pick it up for a high energy album of Louisiana's party music.

Customer Reviews

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this album is an amazing blend of everything good about buckwheat. if you want to just have a good time and let everything else drift away...just buy the album and make it a perfect day

So much fun!

Buckwheat is a blast to listen to; you can't just sit still. You have to dance! It puts you in a great mood! LOVE Buckwheat!!

Brings me back to my childhood!

Great Album!! I remember listening to this as a kid and having a blast dancing around. I'm glad I found this album again.


Born: November 14, 1947 in Lafayette, LA

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Contemporary zydeco's most popular performer, accordionist Stanley "Buckwheat" Dural was the natural successor to the throne vacated by the death of his mentor Clifton Chenier; infusing his propulsive party music with strains of rock and R&B, his urbanized sound — complete with touches of synthesizer and trumpet — married traditional and contemporary zydeco with uncommon flair, in the process reaching a wider mainstream audience than any artist before him. Dural was born in Lafayette,...
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