A1 I Went To The Dance. A2 La Valse De Grande Chemin 2:56. A3 Church Point Breakdow 2:38. A4 Come And Get Me. 3:06. A5 Catch My Hat. 1:28. A6 I Made A Big Mistake. B1 Lacassine Special.
The Legendary Iry LeJune Volume 2 Both the Vinyl and Cover are in Wonderful Condition. Iry LeJeune is regarded as one of the best and most beloved Cajun accordionists and singers of all time. We will be posting a lot of Jazz, Cajun, Hawaiian and Classic Rock Vinyl LP's in the coming days. Great rare finds in wonderful condition!.
Matthew LeJune updated their profile picture. 20 March at 14:47 ·. See all. Posts. 20 March at 14:46 ·. Matthew LeJune. Matthew LeJune added a new photo to the album DRONE SHOTS - at The Pearl Brewery. 6 March at 17:04 · San Antonio, TX, United States ·.
Volume 1 is the debut studio album by American alternative rock band CKY. Recorded at The Ground Hog Studios in Holland, Pennsylvania, it was produced, engineered and mixed by guitarist Chad I Ginsburg, and originally released on February 27, 1999 by Distant Recordings and Teil Martin International. Since its initial release under the title Camp Kill Yourself, the album has been reissued a number of times by various record labels with different titles and album covers.
Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune (/ləˈʒɜːrn/) is a 246-square-mile (640 km2) United States military training facility in Jacksonville, North Carolina. The base's 14 miles (23 km) of beaches make it a major area for amphibious assault training, and its location between two deep-water ports (Wilmington and Morehead City) allows for fast deployments
The Legendary Iry LeJeune. Cajun's Greatest: The Definitive Collection.
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Iry LeJeune (October 28, 1928 – October 8, 1955) was an American cajun accordionist. He was one of the best selling and most popular Cajun musicians in the mid to late 1940s into the early 1950s. His recordings and repertoire remain influential to the present day. He was among a handful of recording artists who returned the accordion to prominence in commercially recorded Cajun music and dance hall performances.