One of the pioneers of Cajun music, Falcon made the first commercial Cajun recording, "Lafayette" ("Allons…Lafayette") with his wife Cleoma in 1928. Cleoma's simple guitar and emotive singing, driven by Joe's crying accordion, was an instant hit in Cajun country, foisting a regional stardom on the team, who recorded for Columbia, Decca, Bluebird, and Okeh in the '30s. Cleoma's death in 1941 and changes in listeners' taste (the accordion was out, the fiddle in) led Falcon away from performing, though he and his second wife, Theresa, fronted a band in the years before his death. Falcon's early recordings are among the enduring classics of the Cajun genre. ~ Mark A. Humphrey, Rovi

Joseph Falcon Lafayette (Allons à Luafette) (1928)
Joseph Falcon - Acadian One Step (1929)
Joe e Cléoma Falcon, Allons à Lafayette (1928)
Joe Falcon - Creole Stomp (Live 1963)
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Au Revoir Cherie (Bye Bye Sweetheart) - Joseph Falcon
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