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Upside-Down Accordion Noir Radio, April Fools Episode 2015

April 2, 2015

April Foolish episode of Accordion Noir Radio tonight playing music by artists I wrote about yesterday who played accordion upside down. Good fun.

Kimmo held upside down with his accordion. That's one way to do it.

Kimmo Pohjonen hard at work researching the history of Accordion Wrestling in Finland.

The standard Co-op  Radio archive feed seems not to have “fed” (April Fools on me) but here’s a Backup version of the show downloadable from Dropbox: Accordion Noir Wednesday Apr 1 22:00 2015


Band – Song – Album (date?) – more info

Aniceto Molina Y Su Conjunto – Cumbia Candela – The Original Sound Of Cumbia (The History Of Colombian Cumbia & Porro As Told By The Phonograph 1948-79 Compiled By Quantic) – Colombia – (with Donald Duck intro?)

Lemon Bucket Orkestra – Dimineața Pe Răcoare – Moorka (2015) – Toronto, Ontario, Canada –  Tangi Ropars, acc.

The Creaking Planks – Insane In The Membrane – Flogged Round the Fleet – Vancouver, BC, Canada –

Rockin’ Dopsie & The Zydeco Twisters – Josephine C’est Pas Ma Femme – Louisiana Music (1991) – Carencro, Louisiana, USA

Carter Sisters with Mother Maybelle – Blue Ridge Mountains of Kentucky (radio transcription) – Wildwood Flower (June Carter record)

Kristofer Yffén – Monkey Island 2 – Jojo the Monkey (Accordion version) – YouTube (2014) – Somewhere in Scandinavia? –

Forest Sun & Ingrid Serban – Gurus and Rockstars – YouTube –

Tucanes del Tijuana – Los Illigales – Tijuana, México –  Witty and powerful video for this song:

Leo Soileau & his Three Aces – HACKBERRY HOP – Bb 2086  –

Shawn William Clarke – Bellwoods Park – William (2014) – Toronto, Ontario, Canada –

Aniceto Molina – El Campanero – Arriba La Cumbia! (2008) –



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