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Nathan & the Zydeco Cha Chas: Hang It High, Hang It Low *

Audio Samples

>Old Man's Darling
>Fa Fa Fa Fa Fa
>Don't Worry 'Bout the Mule
>Your Love Lasts as Long as Your Money
>My Zydeco
>Do It Now
>Time to Do My Thing
>Hang It High, Hang It Low
>Think About the Good Times
>Zydeco Cha Cha
>Bluest Man, The
>Zydeco Train
>I Was Born at Night (But Not Last Night)
>So Glad You're Mine

Track List

>Old Man's Darling
>Fa Fa Fa Fa Fa
>Don't Worry 'Bout the Mule
>Your Love Lasts as Long as Your Money
>My Zydeco
>Do It Now
>Time to Do My Thing
>Hang It High, Hang It Low
>Think About the Good Times
>Zydeco Cha Cha
>Bluest Man, The
>Zydeco Train
>I Was Born at Night (But Not Last Night)
>So Glad You're Mine

Album Reviews:

Dirty Linen (p.88) - "As if the music weren't already inherently infectious, Nathan Williams, 20 years into his career, adds an extra dose of energy..."

Living Blues (p.42) - "[D]istinguished by a high level of musicianship and songwriting -- and by the band's evident devotion to the integrity of zydeco."

Album Notes

Nathan & the Zydeco Cha Chas: Nathan Williams (vocals, accordion, piano); Nathan Williams Jr. (keyboards); Robert Leblanc (bass instrument); Herman Brown (drums); Mark Williams (rub-board); Dennis Paul Williams.

Personnel: Dennis Paul Williams (guitar).

Liner Note Author: Scott Billington.

Recording information: Ultrasonic Studio, New Orleans, LA (07/2005).

Illustrator: Dennis Paul Williams.

Photographer: Rick Olivier.

Despite the devastation caused to his native New Orleans by 2005's hurricane Katrina, award-winning accordionist Nathan Williams' musical message of good times remains undiminished. On this collection of mostly self-penned, uptempo zydeco, Williams' big-hearted voice, virtuoso accordion playing and expansive exhortations to "Think About the Good Times" are both an antidote to life's smackdowns and a reason to get down and boogie. He turns Otis Redding's "Fa Fa Fa Fa Fa (The Happy Song)" into something like a ska outing, while the title track is a crowd-pleasing romp, and songs like "Don't Worry 'Bout the Mule" and "Your Love Last as Long as Your Money" are candid slices of homespun wisdom as well as great dance material.



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