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Nevertheless, Chenier did not attain much renown beyond the Gulf Coast area, and as zydeco continued to slip into the region's past, he supplemented his small-label recordings with more blues and rhythm and blues numbers. During the early 1960s, Chenier relocated to Houston, Texas, playing small clubs in the section of that city called Frenchtown. There he was 38 For the Record. . B orn June 25, 1925, in Opelousas, LA; died December 12, 1987, in Lafayette, LA, buried in Loureauville, LA; son of Joseph (a sharecropper) Chenier.
But the relationship between the two was a stormy one; Hampton allegedly fired her half a dozen times for mouthing off to him. "I wanted to be with a hipper band—the guys playing bebop, not swing," Carter told Polygram. " She elaborated in the Daily News Magazine, "I couldn't see the advantage of his making me go out there and improvise every night. " "And suppose I had been with Dizzy's band," she told Pulse/, "The things that were going on there"—the use of heroin among the musicians— "were things I didn't need to come in contact with.
At Starr's insistence Carey gave him one of her demo tapes. Mottola listened to it in his car on the way home from the party where the meeting had taken place; he called Carey to sign her the next day. Carey worked on recording her debut album for the next two years. Mariah Carey was released by the time the singer turned 20. Carey co-wrote and arranged all of the songs on the album, though critics have not been particularly impressed by her non-vocal efforts. " Nevertheless, Carey's single "Vision of Love," raced up the pop and adult contemporary charts, eventually reaching Number One.