Tit Galop Pour Mamou
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|"Tit Galop Pour Mamou"|
|Single by The Balfa Brothers|
|from the album Balfa Brothers Play Traditional Cajun Music, Vols. 1-2|
|Label||Swallow Records 6011, Swallow Records 6019|
Tit Galop Pour Mamou (English: either Canter to Mamou or Giddy-Yap to Mamou) is a Cajun folk song with words and music by Dewey Balfa. The tune behind Joe South's "Games People Play" resembles the tune of "Tit Galop Pour Mamou" to some extent.
The album was first released 1965 and is considered Volume 1. Volume 2 was released in 1974 however, in 1994, both were re-released as a double album set.
- “Scorchers,” Theiapolis Cinema
- “Steve Riley and the Mamou Playboys: Tit Galop Pour Mamou,” Amazon.com
- "Dewey Balfa & the Balfa Brothers - Play Traditional Cajun Music, Volume 1 & 2 CD" www.flattownmusic.com
- Cohn, Amy L. and Molly Bang. From Sea to Shining Sea: A Treasury of American Folklore and Folk Songs. Scholastic, 1993.
- “Old Music for New Ears,” The Kentucky Network www.ket.org