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MUSICAL TRADITIONS INTERVIEW, 25 Nov 2003

MUSICAL TRADITIONS INTERVIEW, 25 Nov 2003
A very complete interview with Bayou Seco that covers much of their history. Interviewed by Vic Smith

DIRTY LINEN INTERVIEW

Review by Dan Willging from the June/July Issue of Dirty Linen Magazine

Bayou Seco * 20 Years Happy in The Bewilderness Zerx - Zerx51 [(2002)]
Bayou Seco Trio Home on the Great Divide Zerx - Zerx36 [(2001)]

ALBUQUERQUE WEEKLY ALIBI

ALBUQUERQUE WEEKLY ALIBI- Michael Henningsen "Their ongoing music education has afforded them a unique insight into the traditional folk music of many of the cultures scattered about the Southwestern United States, in turn allowing them to enrich the lives of others through a rich repetoire of song and dance. While it is convenient to call BAYOU SECO a cajun band, anyone who has experienced their live sets or recordings know there's much more to it than that. Their music is an amalgam

ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL

ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL -Dan Hyatt
"When they spin out their tunes, magically a time is conjured up when people
instinctively got up and danced because they were moved to, because it felt
good, not because it was some kind of bizarre bar room mating ritual...There
is something instantly recognizable in the songs of BAYOU SECO. It's as if
you can hear the foundation that modern music is built upon, singing from underneath."

ARIZONA DAILY STAR - Gene Armstrong: "BAYOU SECO emphasizes the rich cross cultural nature of music in general

ARIZONA DAILY STAR- Gene Armstrong "BAYOU SECO emphasizes the rich cross cultural nature of music in general - a little from here, a touch from there... Divergent musical styles, so well cross-pollinated, they have become hybrids."

SANTA FE REPORTER

SANTA FE REPORTER- Steve Terrell
"The common element of their music is the sheer happiness each song projects."