Adcock is the debut album by the Louisianan swamp-rock musician of the same name, released in 1994 on Island Records. It was recorded mainly in Lafayette, Louisiana and Los Angeles, California. Beaux's Bounce – 2:15. What I Like (Women's) – 4:56. Sally Sue Brown – 2:26. Kissin' Kouzans – 3:54.
Adcock (born Charles Clinton Adcock, c. 1971, Lafayette, Louisiana) is a rock and roll musician from noted for his cajun, zydeco, electric blues and swamp pop-influenced sound, and for his efforts to preserve and promote swamp pop music.
2. Beaux's Bounce Lyrics. C. Adcock Q&A. Producer Tarka Cordell. Featuring Tommy McLain. Producers Tarka Cordell.
It's been a lifetime mean from drinkin'/Cheatin' and shankin' man dead," sings . Adcock on "Couchemal," the first track from his debut eponymous album. This line pretty well sums up this record, with its Louisiana swamp blues grooves and gritty lyrics. Any record that has a song called "Kissin' Kouzans" on it (a lovely ode to small-town intermarriage) is liable to have a distinctive vibe to it, and . Adcock does not disappoint. In addition to having a great drawling vocal delivery, Adcock is also a fine guitarist, in a sloppy bayou.
Album · 1993 · 10 Songs.
Chris Adcock (born 27 April 1989) is an English internationally elite badminton player. Adcock is currently sponsored by Yonex and YC Sports and plays for the University of Nottingham-based NBL team. At the 2008 Thomas Cup Chris Adcock made his debut at a major senior international tournament where he played one match in the group stage. He would continue to represent England at the 2009 Sudirman Cup where the team played sixth
Adcock was born Charles Clinton Adcock in the early 1970s and raised in Lafayette, Louisiana. In addition to the pop and rock sounds coming in from other parts of the country, he was exposed from an early age to the blues and to a regional music-Cajun, Creole, Zydeco, and a newer strain called "swamp-rock"-that still thrived in Southern Louisiana. Upon the death of Denny Cordell, Island Records let Adcock go without recording a follow-up album. His second chance came with veteran composer and producer Jack Nitzsche, who reportedly heard Adcock's album at a party and decided they had to work together. The two musicians became friends and traveled to Mexico, where they recorded some new songs. Nitzsche died in 2000, but not without leaving his mark on the younger musician.
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Genre: Blues, Folk, World, & Country. Style: Blues Rock, Cajun, Rhythm & Blues. House Rocker (CD, Album, RE). Evangeline Records.