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Old 03-18-2015, 04:08 PM   #41
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OK, I had my doubts, but.... ZYDECO! Yep, that just has to get you moving! Cool.
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I can tell that you and I are on the exact same wavelength when it comes to zydeco.

I listened to it at the gym today and several of the gym "regulars" commented on how peppy I seemed. It really gets me moving!

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+1 to zydeco!

One of my favorite artists with an example...

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I have been a big listener of BeauSoleil and Doucet for years more cajun than zydeco but close.

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+1 to zydeco!

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LOVE IT!!! I'm going to put that one on my playlist for the gym, too. That ought to get me moving.

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I have been a big listener of BeauSoleil and Doucet for years more cajun than zydeco but close.

Great music! Now this is the kind of stuff my Cajun friends down south of Lafayette used to play at fais do do's.
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