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Blind Bud & The Loire Valley Calypsos - s/t (7", Maaula Records, 2014)

Today let's shine a bit of light on the band of one of regular crowdfunders from Angers, France. Blind Bud & The Loire Valley Calypsos is a trio playing banjo, drums and double bass, occasionaly joined by a guitar player. They've sent our way a joyful, unpretentious and colorful 4-track calypso 45. Give it a listen below and don't hesitate to book them for a wedding or a festival refresher!

Blind Bud And The Loire Valley Calypsos
Blind Bud & The Loire Valley Calypsos - Blind Bud & The Loire Valley Calypsos
(7") Maaula Records 001, 2014-12-01

Tracklisting :
A1. Mama Don't Want No Peas No Rice 03:36
A2. Gin & Coconut Water 02:51
B1. Goombay Rock 03:03
B2. Not Me 03:03

Musicians :
Blind Bud : vocals, banjo
Lord Titou : drums, perc, vocals
Count Pete : double-bass, vocals
Big Fat Freddy : guitar (A2, B1)

Links :
Blind Bud & The Loire Valley Calypsos : official | bandcamp | facebook | youtube

French (short) biography :
Blind Bud et ses Loire Valley Calypsos vous font revivre les plus belles heures de la musique caribéenne, calypso, goombay, mento, le son des Bahamas, de Trinidad, de la Jamaïque des années 40-50. Un trio banjo, contrebasse, percussions, qui va vous faire danser et ainsi le limbo n'aura plus de secret pour vous!



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