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Jimmy Newman - Louisiana Saturday Night / Gentleman Loafer flac album

Jimmy Newman - Louisiana Saturday Night / Gentleman Loafer flac album Performer: Jimmy Newman
Title: Louisiana Saturday Night / Gentleman Loafer
Style: Country
Released: 1967
Country: US
MP3 album: 1480 mb
FLAC album: 1925 mb
Rating: 4.8
Other formats: VOX MP2 AAC DTS WMA AUD MOD
Genre: Folk / World music

A Louisiana Saturday night everybody feeling alright There ain't nothing like a Louisiana Saturday night If it's one of those nights a night that's happy and wild If you pole the pirogue you come for a many a mile If you're singing a song feast on gravy and rice I know what that is a Louisisana Saturday night A. Louisiana Saturday night.

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Newman was born near Big Mamou, Louisiana. As a child, he listened more to Gene Autry than to the Cajun music of the area, but had a number of Cajun songs in his repertoire when, as a teenager, he joined Chuck Guillory’s Rhythm Boys. He recorded a few unsuccessful sides for . Miller’s Feature label in the 1940s, but Miller persuaded Fred Rose in Nashville, Tennessee to give the young singer an opportunity. In 1953, he was signed to Dot Records and the following year recorded "Cry, Cry Darling", which reached No. 4 on the country chart. Louisiana Saturday Night". 24. The Jimmy Newman Way.

Louisiana Saturday Night - Jimmy C. Newman. The Happy Cajun - Jimmy C.

Louisiana Purchase (Introduction And Theme)Jole BlonPretty Texas GirlDoor Of My HeartJean LafitteGrand ChenierHollow LogPretty Mary AnnLouisiana MoonlightAngelineTexas TwisterGrand BasileLouisiana Purchase (Reprise)(34:44). Artificial Rose (10/-) 1 0. Decca DL-74748.

Jimmy C. Newman (the C stands for "Cajun") is an American singer, songwriter, and guitarist born August 29, 1927 in Louisiana; died June 21, 2014 in Nashville, Tennessee. He has spent most of his career in Nashville, Tennessee, due to his passion for country music. He later integrated Cajun influences into his music.

Newman's chart success prompted the Louisiana Hayride to hire him as a regular performer. His next four hits all made Top Ten, including 1955's "Daydreamin'," "Blue Darlin'," and "God Was So Good. Newman moved up to the Grand Ole Opry in 1956 and released "A Fallen Star" the following year. One notable exception is 1967's Louisiana Saturday Night. Newman reached the Top Ten twice within six months in 1965-1966 with "Artificial Rose" and "Back Pocket Money," but they proved to be his final hits. The following three years saw occasional placements in the Top 30, and his last chart entry was 1970's "I'm Holding Your Memory (But He's Holding You).


A Louisiana Saturday Night 2:43
B Gentleman Loafer 2:45


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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
32130 Jimmy Newman* Louisiana Saturday Night / Gentleman Loafer ‎(7") Decca 32130 US Unknown