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Cajun Moon May 7, 2022

Posted by nrhatch in Exercise & Fitness, Music & Dance.
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At Water Aerobics, we listen to multiple genres of upbeat music ~ Rock, Classic Rock, Disco, Country, Motown, Soul, and even Blues . . . which isn’t known for being upbeat, but occasionally surprises.

This week, Cajun Moon, a blues tune by J.J. Cale grabbed my attention.

Here it is:

And here’s a tribute to J.J. Cale’s Cajun Moon by Clapton & Friends:

Want to hear the Very Best of J.J. Cale?

Music moves me . . . and always gets me moving

Aah . . . that’s better!

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1. Kate Crimmins - May 7, 2022

I wouldn’t have classified that as jazz but what do I know.

nrhatch - May 7, 2022

He’s a blues singer, so I called it the blues . . . but it’s an upbeat blues which made me smile.

2. L. Marie - May 7, 2022

Upbeat is a great word for that tune! Loved it!

nrhatch - May 8, 2022

Yay! It’s great when music finds the right audience. 😀

3. Behind the Story - May 8, 2022

I like it.

nrhatch - May 8, 2022

I remember (back in the day) when I bought an album and wanted to share it with friends that they had to physically be in the same room with me . . .

Times they are a changing. ~ Bob Dylan

4. granny1947 - May 8, 2022

Loved both versions.
Thanks for sharing.

nrhatch - May 8, 2022

Glad you enjoyed. Music is great . . . as long as we remember to shroud the mirrors before starting to dance. 😀

5. Debra - May 15, 2022

I have been alerted to J.J. Cale before through some of my Spotify recommendations. I find his style very appealing. And I love to hear that your Water Aerobics class plays a variety of music genres. So many places never vary their playlists and I’m too eclectic to enjoy being stuck on one theme. 🙂

nrhatch - May 15, 2022

The structure of the class varies a bit from day to day depending on the music ~ each CD gets airplay about once a month. Perfect!


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