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Honky Tonk Downstairs - Various - Cajun Dance Music (CD)

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  1. Honky Tonk Sound: Honky Tonk Sound was created in Texas in the late s, primarily in the areas where oil was mined, and was mostly represented in the local dance halls, bars and clubs, which were often very busy. To make the music audible, they began to amplify it .
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  2. Description Classic Cajun honky-tonk recordings made in Texas and Louisiana between for the legendary Khoury label. This limited edition CD comes with a CD-size, full color, hardbound book, which includes 88 pages of detailed historical notes by David Sax and an introduction by Chris Strachwitz.
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  3. Following the end of World War II, there was renewed interest in Cajun music in southwest Louisiana. This interest resulted in juke box operators, radio stations, and the public demanding records. Cajun Honky Tonk: The Khoury Recordings, Volume 2. Various Artists View Cart. Buy CD $ Buy CD $ View Cart. Download $
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  4. Stream Cajun Honky Tonk: The Khoury Recordings: The Early s by Various artists and tens of millions of other songs on all your devices with Amazon Music Unlimited. Exclusive discount for .
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  5. Honky-tonk lies at the heart of country music. Electric guitars were first pioneered in Western Swing during the s, but it was Honky-Tonk artists like Ernest Tubb who brought them to the Grand Ole Opry. Later, another Honky-Tonk great, Hank Williams, would define the standard of country songwriting with such indelible tunes as "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry" and "Honky-Tonk Blues.".
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  6. Listen to Hits of Honky Tonk by Various Artists on Deezer. With music streaming on Deezer you can discover more than 56 million tracks, create your own playlists, .
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  7. She's the barmaid in the honky-tonk downstairs. [Chorus:] It's a shame she wears the name Of a man who's locked and chained To a bottle that's destroyin' all hopes and cares. To the men with hungry eyes She works and hides her pride She's the barmaid in the honky-tonk downstairs. [Chorus].
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  8. Lyrics to 'Honky Tonk Downstairs' by Poco. Well, it won't be long now until that old sun goes down And darkness helps me hide my shameful tears My wife works all night long for a man who's halfway gone She's a barmaid in the Honky Tonk downstairs.
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