Back In My Old Stompin’ Grounds by Waylon Thibodeaux
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With songs about Tabasco, fishing and mudbugs, Waylon Thibodeaux’s latest Cajun-country effort is bound to have widespread commercial appeal, regardless if the listener’s a Southeast Louisiana native, a first-time tourist, or even a Jayhawker in America’s heartland who’s never ventured beyond Kansas City. Yet, of this obvious hook-filled affair, nothing is as clever as “Heaven on the Times Picayune,” a reference to the piles of crawfish served on top of newspapers. The lyrics adroitly cover the whole gamut, from confused tourists tying on bibs to downing pitchers......
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