Discography

BOUQUET - BAYOU SECO - ZERX 080

BAYOU SECO offers a BOUQUET for any season. This, their 30th year as a band, is a major milestone. Ken Keppeler and Jeanie McLerie - the core of the band - continue to chase down old treasures on the tune trail, while putting together a few new ones as we
$15.00

BAYOU SECO offers a BOUQUET for any season. This, their 30th year as a band, is a major milestone. Ken Keppeler and Jeanie McLerie - the core of the band - continue to chase down old treasures on the tune trail, while putting together a few new ones as well. Playing as a duo, or joined by long time band members, this group continues to rock, waltz and chotis into the second decade of 2000. Dedicated tune savers, Ken and Jeanie have long standing friendships with all the musician friends they have learned from over the years.

VIOLINISTA de NUEVO MEXICO - CLEOFES ORTIZ - UBIK14

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VIOLINISTA DE NUEVO MEXICO - CLEOFES ORTIZ - UBIK 14

Cleofes Ortiz with Augustine Chavez and Jeanie McLerie on guitar.
The dance music of northern New Mexico and southern Colorado dates back to Spanish Colonial times of the 17th century. The music and dances have survived in the isolated mountain towns of northern New Mexico.

VIOLINISTA DE NUEVO MEXICO
CLEOFES ORTIZ
Violinista de Nuevo Mexico

HOME ON THE GREAT DIVIDE

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HOME ON THE GREAT DIVIDE - ZERX 036

Songs and tunes from the west, from cowboys, Native Americans, Hispanics, Mexicans, Cajuns and a little Appalachian. The Bayou Seco Trio: Ken Keppeler, Jeanie McLerie, and Mark Mueller, use fine musicianship to give you a tour of our homeland.

USE IT AGAIN - BUVETTE 2004

$15.00

Ken Keppeler, Jeanie McLerie & Friends
A COLLECTION OF FOLK SONGS from the Southwest and the USA about
CACTUS, ANIMALS, RECYCLING AND OTHER FUN STUFF
in English, Spanish, and French.

FOLLOWING IN THE TUNEPRINTS - ZERX 51

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Following In The Tuneprints - Buvette 2003

Following In The Tuneprints

“OLD MUSIC IN THE NEW WEST” DESERT STOMPS, CAJUN ROMPS AND SONGS FOR MODERN COWGIRLS AND VAQUEROS.
Ken Keppeler and Jeanie McLerie are joined by special guests Antonia Apodaca, the Frannie Leopold, and Paul Rangell and the Bayou Seco Band.
Price: $17.50 Post Paid

More Memories in Cababi - ZERX 062

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This is a CD of social dance tunes from the Tohono O'Odham people of southern Arizon. We learned them from Elliott Johnson of the Gu Achi Fiddlers. He lived in Cababi, Arizona.
Price: $17.50 Post paid

A SLICE OF LIVE -ZERX 066

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A mixture of a live show at Daniel Steinberg's house, with Paul Rangell and some with Jeanie and Ken recorded at home on Fiddle Hill.

(Notes in French at end of English notes - Les notes en Français apres les notes en Anglais)

GILLES APAP: FRIENDS

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We play five tunes with Gilles on this wonderful CD. He is a fantastic fiddler and violinist. He also plays with lots of other friends of Apap on this CD. Click on the CD cover to read more about the tunes and the players.
Gilles says: "All the people involved in this CD are and have been close to me for the past twenty years. They have been a source of inspiration and also have been the greatest friends somebody could have. I just wanted to pay tribute to them and thank them from the bottom of my heart."

SUNNYSIDE - ZERX 076

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Adventures on the Tunetravelling Highway
With chugging accordeons and wailing, sailing fiddles, Ken Keppeler and Jeanie McLerie present a vibrant collection of vintage and modern tunes and songs in French, Spanish and English, as learned from old master musicians and friends in the Southwest, USA.
They are joined on some tracks by long time loyal Bayou Seco members Paul and Benny Rangell, Emily Abbink, Scott Mathis and Linda Askew, Michael Combs, and Terry Bluhm.

20 Years Happy In The Bewilderness - Zerx 51

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Ramona Ortiz, wife of Cleofes Ortiz, the fine New Mexico fiddler from Bernal, used to say to us, “I never think I come to such a Bewilderness.’ Ken and Jeanie are happy to be in such a place.
The Bayou Seco band is lead by Ken Keppeler and Jeanie McLerie. Twenty-five members of the family play on this disc along with Ken and Jeanie, who have kept the band going for 20 years, and who now live in Silver City, NM.