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Sometimes - Rod Bernard - The Essential Collection (CD)

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  1. Gogrel says:
    Essential Collection by Rod Bernard - CD () for $ from liumouthbackcobinadsameperluelousti.coinfo Cajun & Zydeco - Order by Phone Price: $
  2. Gardasar says:
    Trivia aside, Bernard’s R&B/Cajun hybrid still holds up and is revisited on this Essential Collection, and includes two New Orleans R&B standards, traditional Cajun tunes, and Bernard’s biggest hits “Just One More Chance” and “This Should Go on Forever.” Released in , 22 tracks.
  3. Zulabar says:
    Louisiana Tradition is Rod Bernard’s first new album in over two decades. Appearing on the CSP record label, it includes several new songs, as well as re-workings of vintage south Louisiana tunes. Released in , 17 tracks. additional information.
  4. Vuzil says:
    Mar 01,  · Provided to YouTube by The Orchard Enterprises Sometimes · Rod Bernard The Essential Collection ℗ Jin Records Released on: Music Publisher: Grand Prize Music Auto-generated by.
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  6. Samura says:
    Trivia aside, Bernard's R&B/Cajun hybrid still holds up and is revisited on this track Essential Collection, and includes two New Orleans R&B standards from the pen of Dave Bartholomew and Fats Domino, "Good Hearted Man," and "Don't Blame It On Me," the traditional Cajun tunes "Colinda" and "Big Mamou," and Bernard's biggest hits "Just One More Chance" and "This Should Go on Forever."9/
  7. Milmaran says:
    Swamp pop musician Rod Bernard was born in Opelousas, Louisiana in the early '40s and made his professional debut on KSLO Opelousas when he was only ten. Two years later, Bernard was a deejay at the station, but in , his family moved to Winnie, T read more. top albums.
  8. Dadal says:
    For the past twenty-five years, Bernard has relegated his performing and recording career to hobby status, preferring the roles of sales rep and family man to that of rock 'n' roller. And, despite the release of the career-spanning Rod Bernard: The Essential Collection (Jin) in .

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