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Review: Bayou Seco

Micca 21 May 02 - 08:20 PM
Desert Dancer 22 May 02 - 02:53 AM
Trevor 22 May 02 - 03:35 AM
Trevor 22 May 02 - 03:38 AM
greg stephens 22 May 02 - 03:59 AM
Watson 22 May 02 - 05:23 AM
Dead Horse 22 May 02 - 02:11 PM
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Subject: Bayou Seco
From: Micca
Date: 21 May 02 - 08:20 PM

Saw this outfit (Jeanie McLerie,Ken Keppler and Sue Thomson) at Sharps here in London England, yesterday evening, they played a mixture of their local music( New Mexico), cajun, and other stuff, and sang in English and Spanish, and they were absolutely Magic!!! wonderful instrumental work on Melodeon, guitar, harmonica and fiddles and wonderful singing, well worth hearing and going to hear. A thoroughly enjoyable evening, Sorry for not giving details of what was sung/played but my spanish isnt up to it!! but the first tune sounded a bit like "My old mans a Dustman"!!!!! and one about a Mountain with the shape of a horses head on it which was very beautiful, 5 stars


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Subject: RE: Review: Bayou Seco
From: Desert Dancer
Date: 22 May 02 - 02:53 AM

Yes, indeedy, fine folks. Here's their web site.

~ Becky in Tucson (that's Arizona)


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Subject: RE: Review: Bayou Seco
From: Trevor
Date: 22 May 02 - 03:35 AM

AND they're coming to the Bishop's Castle Folk Weekend, as mentioned here and

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Subject: RE: Review: Bayou Seco
From: Trevor
Date: 22 May 02 - 03:38 AM

Oops - here as well!


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Subject: RE: Review: Bayou Seco
From: greg stephens
Date: 22 May 02 - 03:59 AM

Having spent a year building a wooden house with a nice south facing verandah in the trees, mainly with a view to sitting on said verandah playing the banjo and drinking gin and tonic: we had an evening of intolerable pleasure after persuading Bayou Seco to come and stay. They were out there with the instruments in no time flat. And what wonderful strange tunes they know,an expererience not to be missed. Magic!


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Subject: RE: Review: Bayou Seco
From: Watson
Date: 22 May 02 - 05:23 AM

Message from Rees Wesson

Hi Folks We have a one off informal music session next Monday, 27th May. It's at The Kings Head in Guilsfield (2 miles out of Welshpool) - real ale, mad landlord, etc. We're very lucky to have Bayou Seco from New Mexico coming along for the evening. They have spent a lifetime gathering traditional songs and tunes from the Southern States, including some unusual Native American and Spanish material and are well worth seeing. They also have a wicked sense of humour.
Hope to see you there.
Rees Wesson


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Subject: RE: Review: Bayou Seco
From: Dead Horse
Date: 22 May 02 - 02:11 PM

First saw 'em at Broadstairs FF, where they helped the wife do a couple of workshops in Cajun dance. Didnt want paying, and as for wicked sense of humour - Ken loves to pull his beard over his face, stick his glasses on over the top, and continues to play until audience cracks up. Blooby nice folks playing bloody good music. What more can you ask?


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