Tuesday, 19 June 2012
Mama Rosin: Seco e Mulhado
The track comes from their forthcoming new album, which was produced and mixed in New York by Jon Spencer, from the Jon Spencer Blues Explosion.
The album's expected out before the end of the year.
I featured them before in this blog, with their track Le pistolet, when they played the Celtic Connections festival in Glasgow in 2011.
The band, a trio from near Lake Geneva, play a brew of traditional music from the southern states of the USA, where it was developed by the French immigrants who moved from Canada to Louisiana.
The band have been playing live dates in Canada and are due to play in Switzerland and in the UK, along with playing the Interceltique festival in L'Orient.
Despite their music coming from an old source, and the band coming geographically from a country far from where it was developed, Mama Rosin are keeping certainly keeping a tradition branch of French music alive.