Eddie LeJeune's 1991 Rounder release, the second for the company, continued to build his reputation among those who hadn't heard his contributions to efforts by such greats as D.L. Menard. While LeJeune was a steady, occasionally intriguing vocalist, he's a super instrumentalist. His accordion solos and fills added extra bite to these songs, and while the 15 numbers were predominantly basic Cajun, he demonstrated on "The Happy Hop" the ability to do credible rock and pop if he desired. The close, tight backing of The Morse Playboys provided additional spark to the session.
It's in the Blood Review
by Ron Wynn