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Not as intense as a lot of zydeco artists, but not devoid of their influence either, the Basin Brothers made a noteworthy contribution to Cajun music in 1990 with the inspired Let's Get Cajun. The members of this Louisiana band (who aren't really siblings) acknowledge zydeco's influence with "Zydeco Boomer-rang," but don't let that fool you — for all intents and purposes, this is much more of a Cajun CD than a zydeco one. Most of the lyrics are in French rather than English, and the lyrics are very much a reflection of the Cajun culture the musicians have been surrounded by. Recommended.


Genre: World

Years Active: '90s

It's impossible to sit still while Lafayette, Louisiana-based Cajun band the Basin Brothers, are playing. Led by fiddler, guitarist, mandolinist, and vocalist Al Berard, the Basin Brothers transform the traditional music of Louisiana's French Triangle into a highly energetic mixture of two-steps and waltzes. Taking their name from the Atchafayla Basin, where Berard grew up, the Basin Brothers have taken their music far beyond the bayous of Louisiana, appearing at Cajun and folk festivals throughout...
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