Doughboy Zydecajun at Gloucester  

Traditional music from England, Latvia and Louisiana

The world's only Anglo-Latvian Zydecajun Ceilidh Band


Sample Tracks from some of our CD recordings

From Coming Home

La Chanson de Mardi Gras - Opening track of our latest 12 track release

I'm Coming Home - our take on Clifton Chenier's great tune

From Kukulis

Gezablis - A cracking Latvian tune from the early 1900's

The Engineer's Song - Bob complains of the engineer's lot in song

Reuben Bleu, En Passant La Riviere and Youp Nannette - A great set of French tunes for the Cornish Six Hand Reel

T.I.T - A 48 bar jig by Janis called Temporale In Toscana

From Kneading The Dough

I'm Gonna Wonder - A minor blues learnt from Clifton Chenier

On A Night Like This - A Bob Dylan song that we learnt from Buckwheat Zydeco

Ackups and Rucavietis - Two great Latvian polkas

The Kirkgate and Wade Hampton's - Two classic hornpipes,

The Rebel Soldier - A very sad song from the American civil war, from an earlier English song

From Two Step To Heaven

Pinegrove Blues - A classic two step by Nathan Abshire

From East Northants Volumes I & II

Woodford May Song - A simple yet beautiful May Song from Woodford in East Northants, tune by Robin

The Raund's March - Janis' version of events of the great Raunds Bootmakers march of May 1905

A blast from the past - our 1985 recording "Folk With Balls" has been digitised

NEXT - Janis' dark rendition of the Jacque Brel song

The Fourteenth Of February - Our version of Roger Watson's version

Mickey Mouse & Ritinitis - a little Anglo-Latvian Vaudeville