Home Brew


Home Brew by Tomorrow Recordings at Your Free Album. MPN: 70007. Hurry! Limited time offer. Offer valid only while supplies last. The artist behind the best-reviewed cutting edge zydeco record in years (''Pullin''') is back with an album steeped in the genre's decades old tradition as a fun loving and moving dance music. ''Home Brew'' proves that Ardoin represents both the rural roots and progressive future of Louisiana's foot-stomping Creole zydeco sound like no other artist. Catch his New Orleans Jazz Fest kickoff performance on April 27th. Dynastic zydeco star Sean Ardoin comes from one of Louisiana's most storied music


Home Brew by Tomorrow Recordings
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The artist behind the best-reviewed cutting edge zydeco record in years ("Pullin'") is back with an album steeped in the genre's decades old tradition as a fun loving and moving dance music. "Home Brew" proves that Ardoin represents both the rural roots and progressive future of Louisiana's foot-stomping Creole zydeco sound like no other artist. Catch his New Orleans Jazz Fest kickoff performance on April 27th. Dynastic zydeco star Sean Ardoin comes from one of Louisiana's most storied musical families, but he's never been afraid to expand and embellish the traditional sound with modern musical sensibilities, including everything from hip-hop to reggae. Ardoin, however, always stays true to the tradition of zydeco as dance music, and Home Brew, bubbling over with tasty bayou rhythms, should easily energize and satisfy any pair of dancing feet. It's a little more traditional than Ardoin's uniformly excellent Pullin' (which was dubbed the best zydeco recording of 2001 by New Orleans's Offbeat magazine), but it still incorporates judicious amounts of swamp soul and Southern funk, as well as the down-home blues of the title track. Ardoin, who wrote, arranged, and produced every track, sings with conviction and handles the accordion, especially on "Back Porch," like he was born to play the instrument. His personalized take on zydeco and his conspicuous growth as a songwriter and swamp stylist elevate him to the top tier of contemporary zydeco creators. And, of course, what really matters most is how he continues to dish out dance-happy sounds with a timeless appeal. --Michael Point

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  • Sean Ardoin & Zydekool- Home Brew

Additional Information

Manufacturer:
Tomorrow Recordings
Category:
New Orleans Blues
MPN:
70007
Release Date:
2003-04-22
UPC:
667257000728
Part Number:
70007
Publisher:
Tomorrow Recordings
Audience Rating:
NR (Not Rated)
Creator:
Sean Ardoin & Zydekool
Publication Date:
2003-04-22
Binding:
Audio CD
Item Weight:
0.2 pounds
Item Size:
5.75 x 0.45 x 5 inches
Package Weight:
0.18 pounds
Package Size:
4.97 x 0.54 x 5.55 inches

 


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