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falcanary:

--- Quote from: Suzy T on April 18, 2019, 09:14:48 AM ---Deeply into this stuff.  In fact, I am working on an annotated complete prewar discography of Cajun and Creole music, and have gotten through 1928 and 1929.

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Oh I know you are.  Don't be going stealing stuff from my blog now, you hear?   haha  >:D  :P  ;D


--- Quote from: Suzy T on April 18, 2019, 09:14:48 AM ---I don't collect the actual 78s, but I am supremely thankful for those collectors who do and especially those who have shared the music.  Still one that's never been found - Montet and Dupuis, L'Eau Haute (High Water Waltz) and Nina One-Step.

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You sure about that?   :D

WF

falcanary:

--- Quote from: Lastfirstface on April 18, 2019, 08:39:32 AM ---I do for sure. Been fiddling some Hackberry Ramblers tunes lately and I'm a big fan of McGee/Courville 78s.

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Great fiddle work.  I really like the McGee stuff done at the last 1930 session.   Especially the Reel Cajun and Vielle.   Trying to learn how to do some of that on my old fid. Hackberry's got some great covers too.

WF

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