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A MUST!!!!!!

This album is pure magic!

Absolutely Great

New Orleans, Here I come!!!

Sonnier/Raven Brought Cajun/Country back on TOP!

Back in 1996 when I was in Orlando, I remember watching the video for the song "Fais Do Do" &, honestly I was mesmerized by an unmistakable chemistry that, surprisingly, flourished throughout the entire album, as I discovered after downloading it this week
On "Cooking Cajun", legendary Louisiana musicians Eddy Raven & Jo-el Sonnier triumphantly recaptured the vibe of a traditional bayou get-together & modernizing it for a new generation
Even though both superstars shine on their own with their solo hits; in other words 5 songs each, they REALLY stand out on 4 of the album's tracks which happen to be exceptional collaborations between them
For instance, 2 of my favorite tracks are newly recorded versions of a couple of old country hits with a decidedly Cajun beat; "Jambalaya" was first recorded & popularized by Hank Williams, and "Diggy Liggy Lo" was a popular hit for Brothers Rusty & Doug Kershaw & also recorded by the late great Jimmy C. Newman, who actually was the first Louisiana man to combine both styles & make it a success
Excellent job guys, I hope to include it at the next Mardi Gras in P.R.


Born: August 19, 1945 in Lafayette, LA

Genre: Country

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

Born Edward Garvin Futch, it's no wonder that his name was changed by a record executive to Eddy Raven on his very first single, released on tiny Cosmos Records in the late '60s. Numerous influences have made his music almost indescribable: the Cajun sounds of his native Louisiana, the blues influence from working with Johnny Winter, the rock & roll of his idol, Elvis Presley, and the pure country of the Grand Ole Opry. Befriended by Jimmy C. Newman, Raven made the first of many trips to Nashville...
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