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November 27, 2008

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lipwak

HI,

The Cajun segment from Sesame Street doesn't sound like the Allons A Lafayette that most think of. It sounds to me like Bayou Pon Pon, but I don't know the words. Could be anybody playing it.

Cheers,

John L

Penelope

It's the noodlin' toots!

Dale

Extremely cool. The Lunsford CD I have is just him playing the banjar. Didn't know he fiddled, too.

Dale

Extremely cool. The Lunsford CD I have is just him playing the banjar. Didn't know he fiddled, too.

Rufus J Squirrel

People still call it clogging. Thus the name of the shoes, etc.

dan blue

One of the musicians playing Bayou Pon Pon says "The musicians were Danny Collett on Accordian, Mary Lou Guidry, guitar, and Merlin Fontenot, fiddle. This was filmed at VermillionVille in Lafayette, Louisiana."

That's on the thread at this link (scroll down to 3rd November, 2007):
http://www.louisianacajun.com/msg/louisiana-cajun-forum-message-show.asp?id=2316&fid=202&tid=0

(And they also talk about another Sesame St. clip where they play Allons A Lafayette)

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