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Accordion Noir Radio playlist 2016-05-11: Echoes

May 12, 2016
AccNoir 2016-05-11


Bruce put on a spirited set of tunes new and old last night: you can enjoy downloading and listening to the episode, and for additional context — for instance, if you want to find more by that intriguing performer — you can enjoy the following playlist:

* Josh and Sara Sessions – Pessimist – Field Test (2016) – Toronto, Ontario, Canada –,
* Mayhemingways – Wanderers – Hunter St. Blues (2015) – Peterborough, Ontario, Canada –
* Bluesqueezebox – Election Day – This Old House (2014) – Austin, Texas, USA –
* Maurie Sherman and His College Inn Orchestra – Ev’rything Thats Nice Belongs To You – YouTube – princecastle (1931) – New York City, New York State, USA – Recorded in New York on February 21, 1931. Vocal by Smith Ballew. i’m guessing that the solos are by Bunny Berigan, Tommy Dorsey, Jimmy Dorsey, Maurie Sherman (violin), Dick McDonough (g) and Cornell Smelser (acc).
* Raúl Gardy – Ay, Rosa – Excavated Shellac (1940s?) – Chile –
* Bremen Immigrant Orchestra – We Are The Rhythm – USA-MEXICO-TURKEY-CHINA-GHANA, West Africa-IRAN-Slowakia-Chile- ROMANIA –
* Brett Dennen – I Asked When – So Much More (2006) – Northern California, USA –
* Marko Kassl & Tobias Bredohl – Das Käuzchen ist nicht fortgeflogen (The barn owl has not flown away) – Auf werwachsenem Pfade (On an Overgrown Path): Für Akkordeon und Klavier (arranged by Stefan Heucke) (composed, 1925) – Germany, Austria –
* Misty River – Star Of The County Down/Road To Lisdoonvarna/Connaughtman’s Rambles – Stories (2007) – Eugene, Oregon, USA –
* Acclarion – Twilight of Shadows by D. Car – Shattered Expectations (2015) – Toronto, Ontario, Canada –

Cheers & squeeze on!

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