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Accordion Noir Radio playlist 2017-06-28: Northern Hemisummer

June 30, 2017


If you can think of a better way to celebrate the solstice than with accordion music, I’d like to hear it!  For the next six months or so, you can enjoy this week’s episode of Accordion Noir Radio as a digital audio stream … or for posterity, you can keep a copy for yourself provided by the Internet Archive! Here’s the playlist, so you can have a better idea of what you’re hearing that’s making you smile so much:

AccNoir-2017-06-28, Northern Hemisummer

* Antti Paalanen – Fingertips – Meluta (2015) – Finland –
* BU☆LI – Summer – Grand Parade ep. (2003) – Sapporo City, Japan –
* Zeek Manners and His Gang – You Are So Different – The Golden Age of Zeke Manners (0) – Los Angeles, California, USA –
* Julieta Venegas – Casa Abandonada – Bueninvento (2000) – Mexico City –
* Lisa Kirchner – Elephant Steps: Photograph Song – Something to Sing About (2011) –
* Sick Boss – Troubled – Sick Boss (2017) – Vancouver, BC, Canada –
* Shawn Colvin – On My Own – All Fall Down (2012) – Carbondale, Illinois, USA (etc.) – john Deaderick, acc. (Bill Frisell is on a bunch of these too.)
* Geoff Berner – I Don’t Feel So Mad At God When I See You In A Summer Dress – We Are Going To Bremen To Be Musicians (2015) – Vancouver, BC, Canada –
* Steve Jordan (Esteban Jordan) – Summertime –
* Bachtopus – Summa – Alive! (2015) – – Visit
* Pine Leaf Boys – Valse de Belizaire – Blues De Musicien (2011) – Louisiana, USA – Wilson Savoy, acc.
* The Klezmatics – Freyt Aykh, Yidlekh – Jews With Horns (1995) – New York City, New York State, USA –
* Mary Margaret O’Hara – The Cry Of Man – Rogue’s Gallery, Pirate Ballads, Sea Songs & Chanteys (2006)
* 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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