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Format: CD
Sku: 60529381
UPC: 015707958523
UPC 14: 00015707958523
Release Date: 3/5/2002
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Song Listing

Disc 1
Song Title
1. Vagabond Special ~ Various Artists
2. Chanson d'Une Fille de Quinze Ans, La (Song of a Fifteen Year Old Girl) - Ann Savoy/Linda Ronstadt ~ Various Artists
3. Diggy Liggy Lo - John Fogerty ~ Various Artists
4. Je Veux Plus Te Voir (I Don't Want You Anymore) ~ Various Artists
5. Pa Janvier, Laisse Moi M'En Aller (Pa Janvier, Let Me Go) - Patty Griffin ~ Various Artists
6. Flammes d'Enfer, Les (The Flames of Hell) - Richard Thompson ~ Various Artists
7. Ma Mule (My Mule) - David Johansen ~ Various Artists
8. Ma Blonde Est Partie (My Blonde Left) - Maria McKee ~ Various Artists
9. Blues de Bosco (Bosco Blues) - Rodney Crowell ~ Various Artists
10. O, Ma Ch?re 'Tite Fille (Oh, My Dear Little Girl) - Ann Savoy/Linda Ronstadt ~ Various Artists
11. Valse de Balfa (Balfa Waltz) ~ Various Artists
12. Two Step De Prairie Soileau ~ Various Artists
13. Arr?tte Pas la Musique (Don't Stop the Music) - Nick Lowe ~ Various Artists
14. Tout un Beau Soir en Me Promenant (On a Beautiful Evening While ...) - Maria McKee ~ Various Artists

Album Notes and Credits

Notes & Personnel Info
Muze PNote Includes liner notes by Jim Bessman and Ann Savoy.
Muze PNote EVANGELINE MADE was nominated for the 2003 Grammy Awards for Best Traditional Folk Album.
Muze PNote Personnel: Ann Savoy (vocals, guitar, fiddle); John Fogerty, Richard Thompson, Rodney Crowell (vocals, guitar); David Johansen (vocals, harmonica); Maria McKee, Nick Lowe, Patty Griffin (vocals); Christine Balfa (guitar, triangle); David Doucet, Jane Vidrine, Brian Koonin (guitar); Sam Broussard (electric guitar, slide guitar); Sonny Landreth (slide guitar); Rodney Miller (steel guitar); Dirk Powell (fiddle, accordion); Michael Coucet, David Greeley, Michael Doucet, Kevin Wimmer (fiddle); Jimmy Breaux, Marc Savoy (accordion); David Egan, Wilson Savoy (piano); Kevin Dugas (drums, triangle); Austin Broussard, Mike Burch (drums).
Muze PNote Audio Mixer: Tony Daigle.
Muze PNote Liner Note Authors: Ann Savoy; Jim Bessman.
Muze PNote Recording information: Blah St Studio Ltd; Dockside, Maurice, LA; Jim Brady Studio, Tuscon, AZ; La Louisiane, Lafayette, LA; Rockland Recording, Orangeburg, NY; Stagg St. Studio, Van Nuys, CA; The Hop Kiln, Hants Harbour, England; Unique Studio, New York, NY.
Muze PNote Photographers: Ann Savoy; Chris Gabrin; John Fago; Miranda Penn Turin; Jim Akin.
Muze PNote Arrangers: Ann Savoy; David Johansen; Marc Savoy; Brian Koonin.
Muze PNote Getting together a bunch of well-known musicians known for rock, folk, and country rather than straight ethnic music to perform on a compilation tribute album to a strand of ethnic music is usually a bad idea. Evangeline Made, refreshingly, turns out to have been a good idea. That's probably due at least in part to it being produced by a respected Cajun musician and folklorist, Ann Savoy, who also participates in the recording as well, dueting with Linda Ronstadt on two songs. The production is understated and sympathetic, as it's neither hardcore Cajun music nor Cajun music that's been bleached into pop. John Fogerty, Linda Thompson, Richard Thompson, David Johansen, Maria McKee, Nick Lowe, and Rodney Crowell are among the quite credible and respectful roster of artists who interpret a song or two, every single one of which is sung in French (even though some of the artists don't speak the language). Cajun influence has permeated Fogerty's vocals for so long that he sounds quite natural on "Diggy Liggy Lo," and the more country-oriented artists fall into natural, loping grooves. Purists might find this something of a sellout, a dilution of the real and rawer thing for ears unaccustomed to the real deal. Perhaps they have viable points, but here's a fact which might be hard for them to face: this simply has much more variety, skillful singing, and thoughtful, pleasing production than most Cajun records do, without compromising the spirit of the music. ~ Richie Unterberger

Producer: Ann Savoy; Ann Savoy (Compilation)

Engineer: David Rachou; Edward Haber; Kevin Lacey; Erich Gobel; Jim Brady; Nick Hannan; Scott Ardoin; Tom Rothrock; Tony Daigle; Brian Koonin

Technical Info

Music Release Date Release Date : 03/05/2002
Music Original Release Date Original Release Date : 2002
Music CatalogId Catalog ID : 793
Music Label Name Label : Vanguard
Music Number of Discs Number of Discs : 1
Music Studio or Live Studio/Live : Studio
Music Mono or Stereo Mono/Stereo : Stereo
Music SPAR code SPAR Code : n/a
Music UPC UPC : 00015707958523

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