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Doug Kershaw - The Louisiana Man album download
Cajun, Louisiana Blues, Ballad, Folk Rock
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    The Louisiana Man
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    Cajun, Louisiana Blues, Ballad, Folk Rock
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Douglas James Kershaw (born January 24, 1936) is an American fiddle player, singer and songwriter from Louisiana. Active since 1948, he began his career as part of the duo Rusty and Doug, along with his brother, Rusty Kershaw. He had an extensive solo career that included fifteen albums and singles that charted on the Hot Country Songs charts. He is also a member of the Louisiana Music Hall of Fame, being inducted in 2009.

Louisiana Man. Doug Kershaw. Album The Lousiana Man. Louisiana Man Lyrics. At birth mom and papa called their little boy Ned Raised him on the banks of a river bed A houseboat tied to a big tall tree A home for my papa and my mama and me The clock strikes three and papa jumps to his feet Already mama’s cooking papa something to eat At half past papa he’s ready to. go He jumps in his pirogue headed down the bayou. He’s got fishing lines strung across the Louisiana rivers Gotta catch a big fish for us to eat He’s setting traps in the swamp catching anything he can He’s gotta make a living, he’s. Louisiana Man by Doug Kershaw was released as a single in 1961 by Doug and Rusty Kershaw. Rusty and Doug in 1961:) Written while Doug was in the service, the song was recorded after he returned home.

Album · 1970 · 11 Songs. Louisiana Man Doug Kershaw. Listen on Apple Music. Arranged By – John HugWritten By – Doug Kershaw. Arranged By – Jim Ed NormanWritten By – Randy Newman. The Louisiana Man ‎(LP, Album, Jac). Artist: RUSTY & DOUG KERSHAW. Album: The Very Best Of?, 2006. This was the first hit ( 1961) for Doug Kershaw, and his brother, Rusty. As all brother duos do, they split up in the late 1960's, which led to Doug starting a solo career, and became king of the Cajun fiddle. Doug's biggest solo hit was "Diggy Liggy Lo". Enjoy! Show more. Has been played on. United States 2. Americana Boogie Radio.

Doug Kershaw (born January 24, 1936) is an American fiddle player, singer and songwriter from Louisiana. Active since 1949, Kershaw has recorded fifteen albums and charted on the Hot Country Songs charts. Born Douglas James Kershaw in Cameron Parish in far southwestern Louisiana, Kershaw did not learn English until the age of eight.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Jambalaya (On The Bayou)
Arranged By – Jim Ed NormanWritten-By – Hank Williams
2:14
A2 Louisiana Man
Arranged By – John HugWritten-By – Doug Kershaw
2:43
A3 Marie
Arranged By – Jim Ed NormanWritten-By – Randy Newman
2:58
A4 Pourquoi M'aimes-Tu Pas?
Arranged By – Bill PayneWritten-By – Jesse Winchester
3:34
A5 Subterranean Homesick Blues
Arranged By – Bill PayneWritten-By – Bob Dylan
3:43
B1 I Just Want To Feel The Magic
Arranged By – Bill PayneWritten-By – Rory Bourke
2:24
B2 Hardly Anymore
Written-By – Doug Kershaw
1:50
B3 The French Waltz
Arranged By – Bill PayneWritten-By – Adam Mitchell
3:13
B4 If You Don't Somebody Else Will
Arranged By – John HugWritten By – Country Johnny MathisWritten-By – Jimmy Fautheree
2:12
B5 The Sooner I Go
Arranged By – John HugWritten-By – Doug Kershaw
2:19
B6 Louisiana Sun
Arranged By – Bill PayneWritten-By – Doug Kershaw
3:45

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  • Copyright (c) – Warner Bros. Records Inc.
  • Recorded At – Group Four
  • Recorded At – Studio 55, Los Angeles
  • Recorded At – Record Plant, Los Angeles
  • Recorded At – Record Plant, Sausalito
  • Recorded At – Columbia Recording Studios, Nashville
  • Mixed At – Group Four
  • Mixed At – Studio 55, Los Angeles
  • Mixed At – Record Plant, Los Angeles
  • Mixed At – Record Plant, Sausalito
  • Mixed At – Columbia Recording Studios, Nashville
  • Mastered At – Kendun Recorders

Credits

  • Art Direction – John Cabalka
  • Backing Vocals – Bobbi VanDere*, Carter Robertson, Cheryl Lynn, Clifford Robertson, Delbert Langston, Kathleen Dittmer
  • Coordinator [Musical] – Frank DeCaro
  • Coordinator [Production Assistant] – Michelle Zarin
  • Coordinator [Production] – Terry Smith
  • Engineer, Remix – John Stronach
  • Management – Michael Barnett
  • Musician – Al Kooper, Bill Payne, Bob Glaub, David Buchanan , Donald Dunn*, Douglas Livingstone*, Fred Tackett, Gary Coleman, Glen D. Hardin*, Herb Pedersen, John Hug, John Wittenberg, Johnny Lynn Fare, Michelle Grab, Michael Baird*, Michael Bowden*, Paul Barrére*, Pavel Farkas, Renita Koven, Richard Bowden, Robert Dubow, Ron Tutt, Rusty Kershaw, Samuel Boghossian, Stephen Cropper*
  • Photography By, Design – Norman Seeff
  • Producer – Bob Johnston

Notes

Recorded And Mixed At Group Four, Studio 55, Record Plant, Los Angeles; Record Plant, Sausalito, and Columbia Studios, Nashville

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Runout groove, side A, etched): BSK-1-3166 LW1 4
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout groove, side A, stamped): KENDUN-C
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout groove, side B, etched): BSK-2-3166 LW2 1 *
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout groove, side B, stamped): KENDUN-A

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
BSK 3166 Doug Kershaw The Louisiana Man ‎(LP, Album, Jac) Warner Bros. Records BSK 3166 US 1978
BSK 3166 Doug Kershaw The Louisiana Man ‎(LP, Album) Warner Bros. Records BSK 3166 Canada 1978
M5 3166 Doug Kershaw The Louisiana Man ‎(Cass, Album, SR) Warner Bros. Records M5 3166 US 1978
BSK 3166, Promo Doug Kershaw The Louisiana Man ‎(LP) Warner Bros. Records Inc. BSK 3166, Promo Canada 1978
BSK 3166 Doug Kershaw The Louisiana Man ‎(LP) Warner Bros. Records BSK 3166 Canada 1978