Coco Robicheaux - Louisiana Medicine Man album FLAC
Lead Vocals, Rhythm Guitar – Coco Robicheaux. Photography By – Akwa Betote. Producer – Carlo Ditta. Published by Attid Music C. ASCAP Recorded 1997 at Orleans Recording Studio & Chez Flames Studio Overdubs At Mofo Studio & Mohawk Recording Studio, Pearl River, Louisiana Mixed at Chez Flames Studio, New Orleans.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Louisiana Medicine Man (1997) by Coco Robicheaux. This album has an average beat per minute of 101 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 101/101 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Louisiana Medicine Man. Louisiana Medicine Man. 1. Cottonmouth.
This is a man found about hard luck and hard times the hard way. This singer and bluesy guitarist can also effect a soulful tenor, as on the ballad "Love of a Woman," and a coarse country love song "Juanita" includes a tough-guy recitation about loss. The full sounds are of swamp rock that has gone to town.
Listen to music from Coco Robicheaux like Cottonmouth, Louisiana Medicine Man & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Coco Robicheaux. Coco Robicheaux, the son of Choctaw and Cajun parents, spent his early years between his native swamplands of rural Ascension Parish, Louisiana, and the French countryside. Forming his first band at 13, by age 15 his was playing New Orleans' famed Bourbon Street and signing his first record contract with the Mississippi .
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The album was well received, and in 1998 Robicheaux recorded Louisiana Medicine Man and followed up with Hoodoo Party. In 1998, Offbeat magazine dubbed him the winner of its award for the year's Best Blues Album by a Louisiana Artist. He received three nominations, one in the category of Best Blues Artist, from the Big Easy Entertainment Awards the following year. In addition to his New Orleans gigs, he has performed in Colorado, New York, South Carolina, Australia, and Paris.
Curtis John Arceneaux (October 25, 1947 – November 25, 2011) better known by the name Coco Robicheaux, was an American blues musician and artist, from Ascension Parish, Louisiana, United States. He was born in Merced, California, United States, the son of Herman Arceneaux from Ascension Parish, Louisiana and Virginia Grant of Waushara County, Wisconsin
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