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August, Lynn / Legendary Lynn August: Then And Now, The
Album:Legendary Lynn August: Then And Now, The Collection:Blues
Artist:August, Lynn Added:01/2014
Label:Self-Release 

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Album Review
Lola Love - Zydeco Lady
Reviewed 2014-01-10 
The personal and musical story of Lynn August is nothing short of amazing and plays out like a classic movie script! Blind since birth, Lynn August was immersed in the musical black Creole culture of Southwest Louisiana (Lafayette). While playing drums for Fats Junior’s band at the legendary Bradford’s White Eagle in Opelousas, Louisiana as an opening act for rock and roll pioneer and legend Esquerita, Lynn August impressed Esquerita so much with his musical talent, that Esquerita made a personal visit to Lynn August’s mother and convinced her that Lynn’s musical talent would be further developed as a drummer in his band. His latest CD “The Legendary Lynn August-Then and Now” contain 15 classic tracks from days past that solidifies his reputation as the “Most Power Voice in the Zydeco & Blues Nation!” This CD is a classic and Mr. Lynn August is a musical treasure!

1) 2:53 “All The Things I Did For You”- HOT CLASSIC TRACK – Classic Clifton Chenier Zydeco Track taken to another level by Mr. August!

2) 3:15 “Ain’t That A Shame” – HOT CLASSIC TRACK – Classic Fats Domino Track done Zydeco & Creole Style!

3) 6:59 “Five Long Years” – HOT CLASSIC TRACK – Classic song originally written by bluesman Eddie Boyd and made famous by Junior Parker, Lynn August infuses his style of Zydeco Blues.

4) 5:16 “Let The Good Times Roll” HOT CLASSIC TRACK- Classic Louis Jordan Track sung in Creole French in the Zydeco Blues Tradition of Clifton Chenier.

5) 1:10 “Jure’ #3” – HOT CLASSIC TRACK - Jure’ (pronounced “Joor ray”) is an early style of pre-instrumental black Creole music that means “to testify.” Lynn August takes us back to the roots.

6) 6:08 “Bling Man-Live at Tipitina’s In New Orleans” – HOT CLASSIC TRACK - A powerful live Zydeco Blues recording of one of Lynn August’s biggest hits in New Orleans, Louisiana

7) 1:45 “The Twist Set Me Free” – HOT CLASSIC TRACK – Classic Fats Domino Track done Zydeco & Creole Style!

8) 3:24 “Ti Na Na” – HOT CLASSIC TRACK – Classic Clifton Chenier Zydeco Blues Track

9) 2:47 “Ay-Te Fee” – HOT CLASSIC TRACK – Classic Clifton Chenier Zydeco Blues Track - Great for Saturday Night Zydeco and Mardi Gras Dancing!

10) 3:21 “Hey Lucille” – HOT CLASSIC TRACK – Classic Clifton Chenier Zydeco Blues Track

11) 2:19 “Jure’ #4” – HOT CLASSIC TRACK - Jure’ (pronounced “Joor ray”) is an early style of pre-instrumental black Creole music that means “to testify.” Lynn August takes us back to the roots.

12) 4:58 “Railroad Blues Live At Tipitina's in New Orleans” – HOT CLASSIC TRACK – A Lynn August original Classic Hit performed live!

13) 3:17 “La Chanson Du Pain Perdu” – HOT CLASSIC TRACK – A Lynn August original Creole Classic Hit done with just an accordion and rubboard!

14) 4:08 “Pink Cadillac” – – HOT CLASSIC TRACK CD SLEEPER– A Lynn August original Creole Classic Hit! You’ll never get enough of this one!

15) 3:21 “Pink Cadillac” – – HOT CLASSIC TRACK CD – Classic Fats Domino Track done Zydeco & Creole Style!

Track Listing
1.All The Things I Did For You 8.Ti Na Na
2.Ain't That A Shame 9.Ay-Te Fee
3.Five Long Years 10.Hey Lucille
4.Let The Good Times Roll 11.Jure' #4
5.Jure' #3 12.Railroad Blues (Live At Tipitina's)
6.Blind Man (Live At Tipitina's) 13.La Chanson Du Pain Perdu
7.The Twist Set Me Free 14.Pink Cadillac
 15.Every Night About This Time