RE: [Harp-L] Found a link to the commercial...

You're right, It does have a Charlie sort of vibe. In fact it sounds more
country than Cajun to me. I've played with a couple of Cajun and Zydeco
bands in Louisiana in years past during Mardi Gras (Lafayette, where things
are a lot more family oriented) and with the beat they laid down it was
impossible to not play Cajun style. The version in the commercial was a
white sandwich bread form of Cajun music. That said, the harmonica playing
was really tasty. Country, but tasty.

Best Regards,
Dennis M. Cooper

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Subject: [Harp-L] Found a link to the commercial...

Should've searched for it before the previous the Cajun vibe,
but I am not all that familiar with Cajun music...reminds me of the Charlie
McCoy harmonica-playing-fiddle-parts kinds thing.
Mike Fugazzi
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