Sean Belt

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Mes Parents Veulent Plus Me Voir


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Duration: 00:01:36
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I learned this French Cajun tune many years ago from a fellow named Jack Giger in southern Illinois. I think I originally heard it played and sung by Canray Fontenot in the early 1970's at the Frontier Folk Life Festival at the Gateway Arch. I hadn't played it in probably a decade, but stumbled upon a recording of it this morning by Dr. Bubba's OK Bayou Dance Band that brought it back to mind and into my fingers. I won't even try to pronounce the title or sing the French lyrics!
Hope you enjoy it.
Sean Ruprecht-Belt
07/31/20 05:01:45PM @sean-belt:

Strumelia:


I like this one Sean, nicely done. I love that you play it in both octaves.. nice touch.


(BTW, that's one of my www.harmonias.com t-shirts you're wearing! The guitar shirts are no longer sold- so yours is a collector's item!  It looks handsome on you.)   yes



Thanks!  Love your t-shirts.  I've had a few for several years.  They go the distance!


Leo Kretzner
07/29/20 08:02:55PM @leo-kretzner:

Nice! And Dr. Bubba's OK  Bayou Dance Band sounds like something to track down...


Strumelia
07/09/20 10:32:33AM @strumelia:

I like this one Sean, nicely done. I love that you play it in both octaves.. nice touch.

(BTW, that's one of my www.harmonias.com t-shirts you're wearing! The guitar shirts are no longer sold- so yours is a collector's item!  It looks handsome on you.)   yes


Ariane
07/01/20 07:01:57AM @ariane:

Beautiful and lively tune!


John Gribble
06/26/20 09:25:44PM @john-gribble:

Super! Thanks.


Sean Ruprecht-Belt
06/26/20 05:08:38PM @sean-belt:

@Dusty-Turtle. Thanks.  I've seen it both ways, but I learned it as "Mes Parents...".  Either works! 😉


Dusty Turtle
06/26/20 03:20:52PM @dusty-turtle:

That's an old Conray Fontenot tune, Sean, and you do right by it. You definitely got my feet moving!  I've seen it referred to as "Tes parents . . . " meaning "your parents. . . " but I'm not sure what the original was.


Sean Ruprecht-Belt
06/26/20 11:04:53AM @sean-belt:

"Mes Parents Veulent Plus Me Voir" /

"My Parents Don't Want To See Me Anymore"

I learned this French Cajun tune many years ago from a fellow named Jack Giger in southern Illinois. I think I originally heard it played and sung by Canray Fontenot in the early 1970's at the Frontier Folk Life Festival at the Gateway Arch. I hadn't played it in probably a decade, but stumbled upon a recording of it this morning by Dr. Bubba's OK Bayou Dance Band that brought it back to mind and into my fingers.  I won't even try to pronounce the title or sing the French lyrics!

Hope you enjoy it.