Blues The best music site on the web there is where you can read about and listen to blues, jazz, classical music and much more. This is your ultimate music resource. Tons of albums can be found within. http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/993.html Tue, 27 Sep 2022 12:02:51 +0000 Joomla! 1.5 - Open Source Content Management en-gb Buckwheat Zydeco - One For The Road (1979) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/993-buckwheat-zydeco/24403-buckwheat-zydeco-one-for-the-road-1979.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/993-buckwheat-zydeco/24403-buckwheat-zydeco-one-for-the-road-1979.html Buckwheat Zydeco - One For The Road (1979)

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1 	I Bought A Racoon 	
2 	Zydeco Honky Tonk 	
3 	Madame Coco Bo 	
4 	Rock Me Baby 	
5 	Please Little Girl (Let Me In) 	
6 	Zydeco Rock 	
7 	Bim Bam, Thank You Mam 	
8 	You Got Me Walkin' The Floor 	
9 	Zydeco Boogie Woogie 	
10 	One For The Road 	
11 	Lucille 	
12 	Buckwheat Music

Bass – Ted Zerby
Drums – Jimmy Papillion
Guitar – Russell Gordon
Tenor Saxophone – John Bell
Vocals, Accordion, Piano, Organ – Buckwheat
Washboard [Rubboard] – Elijah Cudges

 

The debut album from Buckwheat Zydeco, the heir to the late Clifton Chenier's crown. The mood is more relaxed than a lot of his later work, but the technical ability is all present. Instead of the jumping horn sections and flashing accordion work that dominates the majority of the catalog, here there is a collection of deeply blues-based songs. The tone is a little slower and a little more bass-heavy, but the music has the same lump of power in it deep down. That power is based more in emotion than in party-readiness now, though. Those who have heard the prior major-release albums might enjoy this one as a new dimension to Buckwheat's music. On the same note, it's a decently large step from what the average listener might have already heard. The party music here has the same bounce to it, but the instrumentation is different. The non-party music is more prevalent anyway, with some exceptional playing and vocals on the part of the bandmembers, as well as Dural himself. Pick it up for a nice change, but listen to the whole collection for the full picture. ---Adam Greenberg, AllMusic Review

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Buckwheat Zydeco – Trouble (1999) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/993-buckwheat-zydeco/14256-buckwheat-zydeco--trouble-1999.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/993-buckwheat-zydeco/14256-buckwheat-zydeco--trouble-1999.html Buckwheat Zydeco – Trouble (1999)

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1. Put It In The Pocket
2. Trouble
3. Hard To Stop
4. Hard Chargin'
5. Allons A Boucherie
6. Crossroads
7. Do You Remember The Time?
8. Heard You Twice The First Time
9. Out On The Town
10. Wait A Minute Baby

Personnel: 
Buckwheat Zydeco (accordion, keyboards); 
Stanley Dural (vocals, accordion); 
Joseph "Cookie" Chavis, Michael Melchione (guitar); 
Vince Williams (tenor saxophone); 
Andre "Big Dre" Carter, Rev. Curtis Watson (trumpet); 
Gerald Dural (keyboards); 
Kevin Menard (drums); 
Patrick Landry (rub-board).

 

Over the years, accordion and keyboard player Stanley "Buckwheat" Dural Jr. has extended his sphere of influence far beyond southern Louisiana and East Texas. Today Dural's still going strong; he's even releasing this album on his very own record label. Central to his allure as a singer and instrumentalist is how fascinatingly Dural works his cadences into the mighty file-seasoned grooves conjured by world-class bassist Lee Allen Zeno and drummer Kevin Menard, who are lent able assistance by horns, a rhythm guitarist, a second keyboardist, and a washboard player. Songs written by Dural (or cowritten with his longtime manager Ted Fox) have all the let-the-good-times-roll exuberance suggested by titles like "Hard Chargin'," "Hard to Stop," and "Put It in the Pocket." The rhythms cool down only for the unabashedly charming "Do You Remember the Time?" Dural's one misstep is subverting the poignant storytelling aspect of the Robert Johnson classic "Crossroads" in the name of fun. All told, Trouble's pleasure quotient almost matches that of 1990's Where There's Smoke There's Fire. --Frank-John Hadley ---Editorial Review

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Buckwheat Zydeco - On Track (1992) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/993-buckwheat-zydeco/14241-buckwheat-zydeco-on-track-1992.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/993-buckwheat-zydeco/14241-buckwheat-zydeco-on-track-1992.html Buckwheat Zydeco - On Track (1992)

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01 - Won't You Let Me Go 04:30
02 - Cooking With Pierre 03:46
03 - Cry To Me 02:57
04 - The Midnight Special 04:26
05 - Everything Hurt (Tout Que 'Qu Chose Fait Mal) 03:23
06 - There Will Always Be Tomorrow 05:16
07 - Funky Filly 03:35
08 - You Lied To Me 04:22
09 - On Track 03:33
10 - Hey Joe 08:08

Personnel: 
Stanley "Buckwheat" Dural Jr. (accordion, vocals, Hammond B-3 organ, Fender Rhodes, Ensoniq VFX, Clavinet); 
Angie B. Stone, Debbe L. Cole (vocals); 
Michael Melchione, Melvin J. Veazie, Joseph "Cookie" Chavis (guitar); 
Wilbert Miller (harmonica, tenor saxophone, percussion); 
Lee Allen Zeno (bass, percussion); 
George Recile (drums);
 Sir Kevin J. Menard (drums, percussion); 
Reginald M. Dural (rubboard, percussion). 
The Uptown Horns: 
Crispin Cioe (alto & baritone saxophone); 
Arno Hecht (tenor saxophone); 
Hollywood Paul Litteral (trumpet); 
Bob Funk (trombone).

 

When Stanley "Buckwheat" Dural laces on the accordion, you can bet that it's well past Lawrence Welk's bedtime. On Track is party-time zydeco, the indigenous dance music of southwest Louisiana's black Creoles spiced with contemporary rock, soul, and blues. Dural throws just about everything into the gumbo, from the funky bass and driving horns of "Won't You Let Me Go?" to the bayou lullaby "There Will Always Be Tomorrow." The most soulful version ever of "The Midnight Special" is also well worth checking out. Lovers of down-to-earth, good-time music will find themselves right On Track with Buckwheat's latest. ---Roch Parisien, Rovi

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Buckwheat Zydeco – Menagerie - The Essential Zydeco Collection (1993) http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/993-buckwheat-zydeco/7065-buckwheat-zydeco-menagerie-the-essentail-zydeco-collection-1993.html http://www.theblues-thatjazz.com/en/blues/993-buckwheat-zydeco/7065-buckwheat-zydeco-menagerie-the-essentail-zydeco-collection-1993.html Buckwheat Zydeco – Menagerie - The Essentail Zydeco Collection (1993)

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01. Ma Tit Fille 6:52 
02. Buck’s Hot Rod 3:49          play
03. Drivin Old Grey 5:00 
04. Hot Tamale Baby 4:08 
05. Hey Good Lookin’ 4:02 
06. Where There’s Smoke There’s Fire 4:26 
07. Taking It Home 4:15 
08. What You Gonna Do 4:31 
09. Pour Tout Quelque’un 4:38 
10. Make A Change 4:02 
11. Maybe I Will 3:45            play

Buckwheat Zydeco- Accordion,Keyboards
Dwight Yoakam- Vocals 
Steve Berlin- Sax Baritone
Herman Brown- Drums 
Anthony Butler- Sax Tenor 
Gregory Davis- Trumpet 
Stanley Dural- Piano,Accordion 
Stanley Dural- Keyboards,Organ,Hammond,Vocals,Melodica
David Hidalgo- Guitar,Drums,Vocals
Robert James- Guitar 
Nathaniel Jolivette- Drums 
Calvin Landry- Trumpet 
Patrick Landry- Rubboard 
Roger Lewis- Sax Baritone 
Mark Linett- Tambourine 
Kevin Menard- Drums
Paul Senegal- Guitar 
Dennis Taylor- Sax Baritone,Sax Tenor
Lee Thornburg- Trumpet 
Efrem Towns- Trumpet
Melvin Veazie- Guitar 
Wilbert Willis- Rubboard 
Lee Allen Zeno- Bass
Kevin Harris- Sax Tenor

 

Menagerie: The Essential Zydeco Collection collects highlights from Buckwheat Zydeco’s three albums for Island Records between 1987 and 1990. There are a number of really good songs here (“Ma ‘Tit Fille,” “Hey Good Lookin’,” “Where There’s Smoke There’s Fire”), and the compilation actually distills his uneven Island albums into a strong single-disc collection. However, if you’re looking for Buckwheat at his best, stick to the Rounder and Black Top releases. By Thom Owens, All Music Guide. **

Contemporary zydeco’s most popular performer, accordionist Stanley “Buckwheat” Dural was the natural successor to the throne vacated by the death of his mentor Clifton Chenier; infusing his propulsive party music with strains of rock and R&B, his urbanized sound — complete with touches of synthesizer and trumpet — married traditional and contemporary zydeco with uncommon flair, in the process reaching a wider mainstream audience than any artist before him. Dural was born in Lafayette, Louisiana on November 14, 1947; with his braided hair, he soon acquired the nickname “Buckwheat” (an homage to the Our Gang character), and by the age of four was already touted as a piano prodigy. Although often exposed to traditional zydeco as a child, he preferred R&B, and by the mid-1950s was playing professionally with Lynn August; Dural’s notoriety as a keyboardist quickly spread, and he also backed notables including Joe Tex and Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown.

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