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Negros must stop the deluge of filth, which makers of records are marketing among them. The music of the 'Blues' is one thing, but whether good or bad, it is indefensible to put to it all the stench which ingenuity can drag out the under-world and camouflage with words of double meaning. Don't buy them! Don't go to people's houses who do buy them! Don't permit your race newspaper to bear that name and at the same time advertise flagrant immorality set to music. Do anything, do everything, filthy records must go. - Roy Wilkins, (attrib.) editorial in the December 31 1926 edition of the Kansas City Call, probably written by the man who ironically went on to head up the NAACP

Author Topic: Early Cajun Music  (Read 353 times)

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Offline EarlyCajunMusic

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Early Cajun Music
« on: March 24, 2015, 07:04:14 PM »
A unique window into the world of Cajun music between 1928 and 1965. Compiled histories from websites, books, news articles, liner notes, and interviews. Most come from my personal 78 collection. Also covering Creole, Cajun-Country, and Cajun swing.

http://earlycajunmusic.blogspot.com/

Enjoy!

WF

Offline Gumbo

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Re: Early Cajun Music
« Reply #1 on: March 25, 2015, 01:12:34 AM »
Wow. That'll keep me busy for a while. :)

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