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New single from the upcoming album Mammoth Waltz featuring Gordon Gano from Violent Femmes. B Side is a rad remix by GIVERS' Kirby Campbell and friend, producer, and engineer Korey Richey.


released September 27, 2011

Producer - Korey Richey
Mastered - Tony Daigle
Artwork - Curtis Jenkins


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Lost Bayou Ramblers Broussard, Louisiana

Lost Bayou Ramblers ‘ evolution as a Grammy winning Cajun band continues to excite, challenge, and redefine both genre expectations as well as cultural preconceptions.

The bands’ performance, produced by JACK WHITE, on the 2017 documentary series and record release, AMERICAN EPIC, solidifies Lost Bayou Ramblers’ international reputation as a traditional (while extremely progressive) Cajun band.
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Track Name: Bastille
Deux cent vingt-et-un ans passés
Sur le 14 de juillet
Citoyens de la France crié
Pour reprendre leur égalité
Les Droits de l'Homme ils ont écrit
Les têtes du roi et de la reine coupées
Citoyens dans leur pays
À la Bastille, aux armes, ils crient

Deux cent vingt-et-un ans après
Sur le 14 de juillet
Les citoyens de Louisiane crié
Dans la Golfe éyoù l'huile coulait
La faute de l’homme a cassé le puits
Les têtes des chefs sur un plat des huîtres
Citoyens leur vie ruinée
À la Bastille, aux armes, on crie


Two hundred twenty one years ago
On the 14th of July
Citizens of France arose
To regain their equality
The Rights of Man they wrote
The heads of the king and queen they cut
Citizens in their country
To the Bastille, to arms, they cried

Two hundred twenty one years after
On the 14th of July
Citizens of Louisiana cried
In the Gulf where the oil flowed
The Fault of Man broke the well
The heads of the chiefs on a platter of oysters
Citizens their life ruined
To the Bastille, to arms, we cry