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Wednesday, July 11, 2012

Ambrose Thibodeaux

by Henk Scholts
SESSIONS
also member of Rayne-Bo Ramblers
1965 La Louisianne Recording Studio, 711 Stevenson St., Lafayette, LA – Ambrose Thibodeaux (Ambrose Thibodeaux [accordion] Leola Thibodeaux [vcl-1/triangle], Preston manuel [vcl-2/gt], Merlin Fontenot [fiddle])
001 LA VALSE DU GRANDE MARAIS -2 La Louisianne LL 112
002 LA PATASE TWO-STEP –instr- La Louisianne LL 112
003 LA VIEILLE VALSE DE LA LOUISIANNE -2
004 LE TWO-STEP AMBROSE La Louisianne LL 112
005 LE VALSE QUE J'AMIE -1 La Louisianne LL 112
006 CHERE CHERE TOO-TOOTE -2 La Louisianne LL 112
007 J'AI PASSE DEVANT TA PORTE -1 La Louisianne LL 112
008 LE TWO-STEP QUE J'AIME La Louisianne LL 112
009 TON TETE BEC EST DOUX La Louisianne LL 112
010 LE TWO-STEP PERRODINS La Louisianne LL 112
011 LE TWO-STEP DE RICHIE La Louisianne LL 112
012 JOLIE BLON -2 La Louisianne LL 112 – 65
1967 La Louisianne Recording Studio, 711 Stevenson St., Lafayette, LA – Ambrose Thibodeaux
013 LOVE BRIDGE WALTZ La Louisianne LL 119
014 LA LOUISIANNE TWO-STEP La Louisianne LL 119
015 DURALDER WALTZ La Louisianne LL 119
016 TWO-STEP DE PLATIN PAUVE La Louisianne LL 119
017 CHEROKEE WALTZ La Louisianne LL 119
018 TWO-STEP DE MUSICIAN La Louisianne LL 119
019 WIDOW WALTZ La Louisianne LL 119
020 LA CASSINE SPECIAL La Louisianne LL 119
021 LA VALSE DE TASSEAU La Louisianne LL 119
022 HOBO La Louisianne LL 119
023 POINT NOIR TWO-STEP La Louisianne LL 119
024 LONG POINT TWO-STEP La Louisianne LL 119
1973 La Louisianne Recording Studio, 711 Stevenson St., Lafayette, LA – Ambrose Thibodeaux
025 BAYOU CHENE WALTZ La Louisianne LL 133
026 GIVE HER TO ME La Louisianne LL 133
027 HAPPY WALTZ La Louisianne LL 133
028 MADALINE TWO-STEP La Louisianne LL 133
029 MADAM SOSTAN La Louisianne LL 133
030 BACK DOOR La Louisianne LL 133
031 MULBERRY WALTZ La Louisianne LL 133
032 CROWLEY TWO-STEP La Louisianne LL 133
033 BIG ROAD WALTZ La Louisianne LL 133
034 THE CEMETRY La Louisianne LL 133
035 CAN'T HAVE ANY MORE La Louisianne LL 133
036 I WENT TO THE DANCE La Louisianne LL 133

ALBUMS
La Louisianne LL 112 Authentic French Acadian Music: La Valse Du Grande Marais*; La Patase Two-Step (Instr); La Vieille Valse De La Louisianne*;Le Two-Step Ambrose; Le Valse Que J'amie*; Chere Chere Too-Toote*; J'ai Passe Devant Ta Porte#; Le Two-Step Que J'aime; Ton Tete Bec Est Doux; Le Two-Step Perrodins; Le Two-Step De Richie; Jolie Blon* - 65 (* Voc Preston Manuel. # Voc Leola Thibodeaux)
La Louisianne LL 119 More Authentic Acadian French Music: Love Bridge Waltz; La Louisianne Two-Step; Duralder Waltz; Two-Step De Platin Pauve; Cherokee Waltz; Two-Step De Musician; Widow Waltz; La Cassine Special; La Valse De Tasseau; Hobo; Point Noir Two-Step; Long Point Two-Step - 67
La Louisianne LL 133 That French Acadian Sound: Bayou Chene Waltz; Give Her To Me; Happy Waltz; Madaline Two-Step; Madam Sostan; Back Door; Mulberry Waltz; Crowley Two-Step; Big Road Waltz; The Cemetry; Can't Have Any More; I Went To The Dance - 73



2 comments:

  1. You're missing LL-143 "Authentic French Music & Folk Songs". 1977.
    A1 Two-Step D'Elton
    A2 La Cousine De Bélisaire
    A3 Two-Step De L'Afrique
    A4 'Tit Monde
    A5 La Valse D'Evangeline
    B1 Two-Step De Kaplan
    B2 Donnez-Moi Mon Chapeau
    B3 La Valse Du Vieux Homme
    B4 Chère Mom
    B5 La Valse D'Indépendence

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  2. Also, you mention Ambrose Thibodeaux playing "also member of Rayne-Bo Ramblers". This in incorrect. Andrus "Ambrose" Thibodeaux was a fiddle player that played with Happy during the 1950s and 1960s. A completely separate person than the accordion player you have listed here.

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