MA BLONDE EST PARTIE

Latest update on 30/11/2018

Artist: Amidie, Ophy & Cleoma Breaux
Author: Amidie Breaux
Label: Columbia
Year: 1929

Cajun monument, written by the accordionist of the Breaux family. It's about his first wife. See also Allons A Lafayette, the very first cajun recording.

Covers:

1934:

Segura Band [as Jolie Blonde; Lomax recording]

1935:

Leo Soileau [as Jole Blon with Harry Choates; top 10 C&W, 'the Louisiana National anthem']

1936:

Hackberry Ramblers [as Jolie Blonde]

1946:

Harry Choates [as Jole Blon; on the Gold Star label; Choates sold Jole Blon for $100 and a bottle of whisky to Moon Mullican, while he wasn't even copyright holder]

1947:

Moon Mullican [as New Pretty Blonde; n°2 C&W]

1947:

Red Foley [n°1 C&W as New Jole Blon]

1947:

Roy Acuff [as Jole Blon]

1947:

Johnny & Jack [idem; with King Curtis]

1958:

Waylon Jennings [his debut single on Brunswick with King Curtis on sax; produced by Buddy Holly]

1960s:

Clifton Chenier

1961:

Willie Green

1962:

Vin Bruce

1963:

Link Davis

1963:

Jimmy C. Newman

1970s:

Queen Ida

1971:

Flatlanders

1981:

Gary U.S. Bonds [with Bruce Springsteen]

2001:

Paul Mac Bonvin [as Jolie Blonde]

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