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Accordion Noir radio playlist 2017-05-17: What’s Important? Ducks

May 18, 2017


Greetings, squeezy friends!  It’s time for another fresh episode of Accordion Noir Radio, direct from last night.  Political turmoil rocked the accordion world again as politicians from both parties responded to — you know what, never mind.  This is an episode about ducks.  (And then… do I see any accordion songs about ducks?  Der Ententanz?  Recordings by Duckmandu, still fundraising to replace his stolen customized instrument?  We must reasonably conclude that Bruce is not wholly committed to his themes, and that he’s only selecting these bizarre and arbitrary episode titles to make things difficult for me.)  In any event, you can enjoy listening to a recording of it — as a limited-time audio stream, or as an MP3 download (recommended) to live locally forever on your device or hard drive, direct from the Internet Archive!  It’s really your choice.  Now let’s get quacking!

* Lost Bayou Ramblers – Coteau Guidry Reprise – Mammoth Waltz (2012) – Louisiana, USA –
* Ed Lasko – Brightly Shines the Moon – Kid Kordene (2004) – Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada –
* The Tiger Lillies – Moon Over Soho – Two Penny Opera (2001) – United Kingdom –
* Emile Carrara – Volubilis – 50 ans d’accordéon 109 grands succès (disque 1) (2000) – France – “Le genie de la valse, valses modernes”
* Red Egner – I’m a Fool to Care – from Kevin Coffey’s personal collection – Los Angeles, California, USA (1947) – (Vince Caruso, acc.)
* Conjunto Bernal – Desprecio – Mi Unico Camino (1955) – Texas, usa –
* Amy Denio – You Never Call Me Anymore – Tutto Bene (2010) – Seattle, Washington, USA –
* Peter Katz – No Natural – We Are The Reckoning (2015) – Montreal, Quebec, Canada –
* Kaiku – Piks Paks – (0) – Brasil / Finland / New York City – Brasil / Finland International Friendship Episode! (off Myspace)
* Mishka Ziganoff – cholem – Columbia E7053 (1921) – – Judaica Sound Archives:
* La Musgaña – El Mirlo – 20 (2008) – Spain – Kepa Junkera, trikitixa
* Tom Waits – Innocent When You Dream (78) – Franks Wild Years (1987) – Los Angeles, California, USA – William Schimmel is the accordionist Is that a harmonium in there?
* Tony Hall And Nic Jones – Just As The Tide Was Flowing – This Label Is Not Removable (A Celebration Of 25 Years Of Free Reed) [Disc 2] (1978) –
* D. Raylene Campbell – Rakini – Canada –

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. Cheers & squeeze on!

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