- Performer:Johnnie Allan
- Title:Sings Cajun Now
- Style:Regional Blues,Swamp Blues,Cajun,North American Traditions
- Date of release:August 19, 1994
- Size FLAC version1511 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1820 megabytes
- Size WMA version1903 megabytes
- Formats:DMF AA RA MPC MP2 MP4
Sings Cajun Now. La Mule à Fuselier. You're a Great Love But) You Can't Cook Cajun Food. Not Lonesome Anymore. A Little Bouquet of Flowers. Greener Grass on Other Side of the Mountain. Saturday Night at the Barn. Johnnie Allan is a performance name for John Allen Guillot. Years active: 1950's-1980's. Swamp Pop. Record labels
Not Lonesome Anymore. This song is by Johnnie Allan and appears on the album Sings Cajun Now (1987). Il y a une semaines aujourd'hui t'as quittéÇa c'est drôle, moi je m'en rappelle pas de toiMa conscience, me fait pus mal, ça me gêne pasAujourd'hui j'réalise, t'étais pas bonne
Album by Johnnie Allan. Somewhere on Skid Row. Please Help Me I'm Falling. Convict and the Rose. Nobody's Darling but Mine. You've Got Me Whistlin'. I'll Never Love Again. Please Accept My Love.
Johnnie Allan (born March 10, 1938 in Rayne, Louisiana, USA) is an American singer, guitarist, songwriter, author, publisher and producer. Grandnephew of accordionist Joseph Falcon, one of the legendary figures of Cajun music. Aliases: Johnnie Allan. In Groups: Johnnie Allan & The Krazy Kats. Variations: Viewing All John Allan Guillot.
Johnnie Allan's been a prominent Cajun performer since his teens, when joined accordionist Lawrence Walker's band as a steel guitarist. When the band split, Allan teamed with pianist/fiddler . Meaux, producer Huey Meaux's cousin, in the Krazy Kats, a rock band. Allan continued singing rock and roll and R&B in the late '50s and early '60s. He alternated between music and education for a while, at one point even becoming principal of an elementary school.
Johnnie Allan, real name John Allen Guillot, is a pioneer of the swamp pop musical genre. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Southern Style: Cajun Album. Missing lyrics by Johnnie Allan? Know any other songs by Johnnie Allan?
More albums from Johnnie Allan: From Louisiana To The Promised Land by Johnnie Allan. View all albums . South To Louisiana.