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Accordion Noir Radio 2017-05-03: May Bee or May Not

May 4, 2017


Now how’s this?  Next-morning service!  Less than 12 hours after we broadcast this episode of Accordion Noir Radio over the CFRO radio airwaves, here it is being served up to you!  For a six month window, you can enjoy it as a digital audio stream, or if you prefer, we recommend you download an MP3 copy of the episode to enjoy your own personal copy of for the service life of your electronic music player.  And to enhance the splendid sounds of the show… here’s its playlist:

* The Proclaimers – Free Market – Notes & Rhymes (2009) – Scotland –
* Chigmo – Woman Like You – Chigmo (2006) – Bay Area, California, USA –
* Hardrock Gunter – Mountain Dew – Gonna Rock ‘n’ Roll, Gonna Dance All Night (1958) – Birmingham, Alabama, USA –
* Emmylou Harris – Moon Song – All I Intended To Be (2008) – Nashville, Tennessee – Phil Madeira: Cordovox!
* Gato Libre – In Glasgow, In May – NOMAD (2006) – Japan –
* Elizabeth Schwartz, Yale Strom, Hot Pstromi & Klazzj – Ikh Vill Tzu Gayn Amol (Sometimes I Want To Go Up) – Garden Of Yidn (2000) – New York City, New York State, USA –
* Joseph Macerollo – Earth Cycles: III – Spring Rounds – Persuasion: The Contemporary Accordion (1996) – Toronto(?), Ontario, Canada –
* Stuart Estell – Mr. Jeffries’ Laptop part II – Mr. Jeffries’ Laptop (2014) – Birmingham, England, UK – Visit
* J.P. Cormier – Molly May – Another Morning (1997) – London, Ontario, Canada – Stewart MacNeil, acc.
* Jason Webley – May Day – Only Just Beginning (2004) – Seattle, Washington, USA –

Thanks for reading us here (and hopefully listening to us, there), but if you find you want more, you can always keep up with us on Twitter (@AccordionNoir and @AccordionBruce), Instagram (@AccordionNoirFest), and Facebook at Accordion Noir fans, the Accordion Noir Festival, and the Vancouver Squeezebox Circle  — which, don’t you forget, meets tonight (!) at Spartacus Books. Cheers & squeeze on!

(and … hm, accordions and bees, huh? Here’s a freebie bonus!)

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