clearly these cows know good music when they hear it

And that fellow’s not even a very good accordion player! I was better than that after two and a half years study in grade nine.


Speaking of accordion players, there was Buckwheat Zydeco who died of lung and throat cancer on 26 September 2016 in Lafayette, Louisiana, the town where he was born.

Born Stanley Dural, he learned to play the organ at an early age. It was joining Clifton Chenier’s Red Hot Louisiana Band as an organist in 1976 that enabled him to experience the enormous fan appeal of live zydeco music first hand. He took up the accordion in 1978 as a result and after a year’s practice formed the Buckwheat Zydeco and Ils Sont Partis Band.

R.I.P. Stanley Dural Jr. - a.k.a. Buckwheat Zydeco (1 November 1947 - 26 September 2016).

Look at the size of that thing though! Man, did Buckwheat ever have a big one.


yeah, but did the cows like him

I suspect he may have been more interested in human females with similar sumptuous endowments.