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Monday, January 26, 2015

Buckwheat Zydeco 1988 Taking It Home

Genre: Cajun, Creole & Zydeco
Rate: 160 kbps CBR / 44100
Time: 00:36:59
Size: 42,32 MB

United States

Review by Thom Owens

On his second album for Island Records, Buckwheat Zydeco continues to mix things up, adding some rock and pop covers to his trademark zydeco gumbo. Like its predecessor, On a Night Like This, the results on Taking It Home are a little mixed -- the production is a little slick, covers like Derek & the Dominos' "Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad" (featuring none other than Eric Clapton on guitar) are ill-advised, and there simply isn't the fire that distinguished his independent work. That said, no Buckwheat Zydeco album is a complete waste, and hearing him run through gritty, funky originals like "These Things You Do" and "Down Dallas Alley" makes Taking It Home worthwhile for long-term fans.


01 - Creole Country 02:10

02 - Down Dallas Alley 04:15

03 - These Things You Do 03:42

04 - Drivin' Old Grey 04:59

05 - Make A Change 04:02

06 - Why Does Love Got To Be So Sad? 04:44

07 - Ooh Wow 03:21

08 - In An Out Of My Life 03:53

09 - Taking It Home 04:14

10 - Creole Country Part 2 01:39

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Power said...

Could you re upload please.

SouthernBluesRock said...

may I inform you: if you click on the qr-code label of a post it hides the mirror-links - and this one has two working mirror.

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