Bruce Daigrepont's second album for Rounder was even more traditionally Cajun than his award-winning first effort. The title track and other works such as "Les Mains du Bon Dieu," "Acadie a la Louisiane" and "Laissez Moi Tranquille" presented tales of Cajun life and times ranging from struggles to triumphs, and were sung with power, earnestness and verve. His accordion playing was equally assertive. Artists such as Bruce Daigrepont indicate that the future is bright for Cajun music.
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AllMusic Review by Ron Wynn