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Sunday, April 29, 2012

John H. Bertrand

*1891 Prairie Ronde, St. Landry Parish, +1942
by Henk Scholts
ca January 1929 Chicago, IL –  John H. Bertrand and Milton Pitre (John H. Bertrand [vcl-1/accordion], Milton Pitre [gt])
001 21074-1 THE RABBIT STOLE THE PUMPKIN Paramount 12730/Yazoo 2042
002 21075-2,-3 (LA VALSE DE) MISERABLE -1 12725/2042
003 21076-1 COUSINNE LILLY -1 12725/2042
004 21077-5 THE SWALLOWS -1 12730/2042
005 21078-2 (LA) VALSE DE GUEYDAN 12748/2042
006 21079-1 UPSTAIRS -1 12748/2042
ca March/April 1929 Chicago, IL – John H. Bertrand and Roy Gonzales (John H. Bertrand [vcl-2/accordion-3], Roy Gonzales [vcl-4/gt], Anthony Bertrand [fiddle-1]
007 21243-2 LA DELAISSER (THE ABANDONMENT) -1-2-3 Paramount 12776 /Yazoo 2042
008 21244 untraced
009 21245-1/G 15349 ATTENDRE POUR UN TRAIN -2-4 12762
010 21246-2/G 15348 JE VEUX M'ACHETE UN FUSE QUI BRILLE -4 12762
011 21247 untraced
012 21248-2 LA FILLE DU GEOLIER (THE JAILOR'S DAUGHTER) -1-2-3 12763/2042
013 21249 untraced
014 21250 untraced
015 21251-2 LE SOLDAT FATIGUE (THE TIRED SOLDIER) -1-2-3 12763/2042
016 21252-2 LE POND DE NANTE (THE NORTH BRIDGE) -1, 2, 3 12776/2042

Yazoo 2042 Early American Cajun Music: Classic Recordings From The 1920s: Le Bebe Et Le Gambleur (The Baby And The Gambler) - Delma Lachney; Sur Le Borde De L'eau (On The Riverside) - Blind Uncle Gaspard; Cousinne Lilly - John Bertrand; Baoille - Delma Lachney; Natchitoches (French Town) - Blind Uncle Gaspard; Miserable - John Bertrand; La Danseuse (The Dancer) - Delma Lachney; Assi Dans La Fenetre De Ma Chambre (Sitting In The Window Of My Room) -Blind Uncle Gaspard; The Swallows - John Bertrand; Je M'en Vas Dans Le Chemin (Going Down The Road) - Delma Lachney; The Rabbit Stole The Pumpkin - John Bertrand; Avoyelles (Parish Name) - Delma Lachney; Upstairs - John Bertrand; Cher Ami Ma Vie Est Ruini (Dear Friend My Life Is Ruined) - Delma Lachney; Valse De Gueydan - John Bertrand; La Louisiana (Louisiana) - Delma Lachney; La Fille Du Jolier (The Jailor's Daughter) - John Bertrand; Riviere Rouge (Red River ) - Delma Lachney; Le Soldat Fatigue (The Tired Soldier) - John Bertrand ; Mercredi Soir Passé (Last Wednesday Night) - Blind Uncle Gaspard; Le Pond De Nante (The North Bridge) - John Bertrand; L'aurevoir D'une Mere (Mother's Farewell)- Delma Lachney; La Delaisser - (The Abandonment) - John Bertrand; Je Me Trouve Une Jolie Fille (I Find A Pretty Girl) - Delma Lachney – 07-06-05

Paramount (1929)
12725 Cousinne Lilly / Miserable - 29
12730 The Rabbit Stole The Pumpkin / The Swallows - 29
12748 Valse De Gueydan / Upstairs - 29
12762 Attendre Pour Un Train / Je Veux M'achete Un Fuse Qui Brille - 29
12763 La Fille Du Geolier / Le Soldat Fatigue - 29
12776 La Delaisser / Le Pond De Nante - 29

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