Cleveland Crochet & The Sugar Bees - Hillbilly Ramblers And Sugar Bees | RECORD STORE DAY

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1. Deedle-E-Deedle-D-Da (Keep Knockin')
2. Big Boy Waltz
3. Sha Meon Waltz (Chere Meon)
4. Midnight Blues (Blues De Minuit)
5. Sugar Bee (Goldband 1106)
6. Sugar Bee (alt. edit / early fade-out)
7. Drunkard's Dream
8. Sweet Thing
9. Hound Dog Baby
10. Come Back Home Little Girl (Midnight Blues- Goldband 1120)
11. Midnight Blues (Long Long Note On My Door) (alt. Take - Lyric 1001)
12. Telephone Port Arthur
13. Kaw-Liga (Goldband 1128)
14. Kaw-Liga (alt. Take)
15. La Valse De Soldat (Soldier's Waltz)
16. Boss Cajun (Mayou De Cajun)
17. La Valse De Chagrin
18. Coming Home
19. Not My Fault
20. Waltz Of A Broken Heart
21. Good Morning Blues
22. Good Morning Blues (alt. edit)
23. Wedding Day (Demain Moi Je Va M'marier)
24. Playmates
25. La Branche De Mon Murier (Waltz Of The Mulberry Limb)
26. Mariez-vous Donc Jamais
27. Forgot I Was Married
28. My Little Cabbage
29. Time And Time Again
30. Three Year Waltz
31. Rambler's Lonely Dream
32. Tears Of Sorrow
33. Listen To My Heart
34. Country Women
35. Sugar Bee
36. Come Back Home Little Girl
37. Hey! Boss Man
38. Sweet Lick

More Info:

-Long overdue: the complete recordings of Cajun fiddler Cleveland Crochet on Bear Family, including all surviving alternate versions and the originally unreleased masters.-In 1961, a Cajun song made it onto the Billboard pop charts for the first time: Sugar Bee climbed to #80.-These recordings were made between 1954 and 1963 for Folk-Star, Khoury's, Goldband, Lyric and Swallow in Louisiana.