Iry LeJeune, greatest Cajun musician of all time? there's not a barroom in the Acadian to this day that doesn't at least have one song on the jukebox selection featuring the legendary singer/accordionist. LeJeune helped define Cajun music and bring back the roots and the accordion to the genre that had disappeared for awhile, Cajun music without accordion is like Buck Owens without steel guitar. Iry LeJeune took the liberty of doing his own thing, evident in this collection, great recordings from the forties. Possessed with intense powerful vocals, and wild definitive accordion licks, Iry spellbounds his audience, "I'm here to entertain you whether you like it or not". LeJeune never lets up on these recordings, featuring songs - "Evangeline Special", "Waltz Of The Mulberry Limb", "Grande Nuit Especial", "Calcasieu Waltz", "Lacassine Special". These are the 25 original clean ACE recordings without the bass overdubs and the audio does has a few imperfections - nothing to distract the listener or this energized Cajun artist at work. Iry LeJeune the greatest ? - this recording just might tell all, encore! Also check out The Balfa Brothers, traditional cajun music vol.1,vol.2.