Tie on your napkin for a heaping helping of Zydeco. Just remember, Zydeco isn’t meant to be sipped. This hard-driving dance music must be devoured, swallowed whole and hard like a pill of everlasting youth. Food and music has always been the cultural centerpiece for Creoles. Before the days of electricity, the aroma of gumbo and the wail of the accordion drifted across the flat farm lands surrounding the towns of Opelousas and Eunice. These sounds and smells were a 5:00 whistle. Time to forget about work, move the furniture out of the living room, and get ready to have a Rockin’ Zydeco Party! Released in 1994, 16 tracks.