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This 1997 album marked a creative rebirth for Acadian rocker Zachary Richard, who'd been singing in English and promoted as The Cajun Mick Jagger. Following his artistic muse, he tones down the rock sound and sings exclusively in French. There are gorgeous, slow-paced songs like "Marjolaine," atmospheric production with acoustic guitars and muted keyboards on "Petit Codiac," and emotive vocals everywhere, with a traditionally styled French waltz, "Travailler C'est Trop Dur," for the finale. Only "Johnny Danser" harks back to his early, rocking sound.

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Le meilleur de Zachary

LE disque de Zachary qu'il faut absolument avoir. Ce style unique, mélange de musique cajun et de musique folk rock, a fait époque et n'a pas été reproduite depuis. Les chansons "Au bord du lac Bijou" et "La ballade de Jean Batailleur" sont des classiques dans le genre.
Un américain qui chante en français malgré la "mer" anglophone qui l'entoure, il y a de quoi s'inspirer au Québec et en France!


Born: September 08, 1950 in Scott, LA

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Cajun rebel Zachary Richard has been offering his zesty, unique fusion of traditional cajun, zydeco, rock, and New Orleans blues since the early '70s. Though not well-known outside of Louisiana, Canada, and France, Richard, along with Michael Doucet and others, has been a key figure in the revitalization of Cajun music. He has also been a longtime social activist, using his potent song lyrics to promote Cajun pride and solidarity in the face of long-standing injustice and prejudice. This activism...
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