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Accordion Noir radio playlist 2008-08-15: with swearing!

August 20, 2018

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From ten years ago, here’s another Accordion Noir Classic episode from our deep bach archives!  I can’t immediately finger the source of the foul language telegraphed by the episode’s title, but something interesting going on here is that it’s also a lead-up episode to our very first Accordion Noir Festival — while we’re currently back in the present leading up to our eleventh next month!  Anyhow, at its original online home, this episode garnered some 3624 listens, but going forward you can enjoy it forever at the Internet Archive.  Here’s its playlist to inspire you to click on that link and slip on the headphones!

Accordion Noir: Playlist: Aug 15, 2008, With Swearing!
(Finally, I got this playlist to attach right! More swearing i guess.)
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Artist — Song – Album (date) – Origin – Label/Contact info
Kaley Bird – Do,Do,Do,Do,Do,Do,Do – Kaley Bird (2008) – Edmonton, Alberta, Canada – http://www.myspace.com/kaleybirdband
Alan Kelly – The Rakes Of Westmeath / Gusty’s Frolics (Slip Jigs) – Out Of The Blue (1997) – Galway, Ireland – blackboxmusic.ie
Fabrizio Poggi / Turututela – La Mamma Di Rosina – Canzoni Popolari (2002) – Italy – http://www.turututela.com
Jo-El Sonnier – Allons A Lafayette – Cajun Life (1980) – Rayne, Louisiana – http://www.jo-elsonnier.com/
Drumlin – Silvy – Mackerel Skies (2008) – Nova Scotia, Canada – http://www.drumlin.ca
Swank! (With Ana Bon-Bon!) – Comin’ To Our Town – Campfire Psalms (2008) – Canada – http://www.iwantswank.com/
Spirit Of The West – D For Democracy (Scour The House) – Spirituality: 1983-2008 / The Consummate Compendium, Book 1 (2008) – http://www.sotw.ca/
Uwe Stenger – Roland V-Accordion demo with extensions – YouTube – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r8xZ4tmUkDY / http://www.veranstaltungstechnik-h-h.de
Amy Denio & Petunia – Abracadabra – To Lie Tenderly 2002 – Seattle, USA –
Corn Mo – Corn Mo Rant – YouTube – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xIwcK6ySORk
Geoff Berner – The Dead, Dead Children are Worth It (intro) – Live at the Night of 1000 Buttons, Railway Club, Vancouver, BC, 2008
Geoff Berner – The Official Theme Song of the 2010 Vancouver Whistler Olympic Games: The Dead, Dead Children are Worth It – Live at the Night of 1000 Buttons, Railway Club, Vancouver, BC 2008 – Vancouver, BC, Canada –

This episodes “cover” is… Uwe Stenger and his extended accordion!

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Accordionistas in Vancouver, save the date!
The Accordion Noir Festival,
October 2nd and 3rd!

The First Accordion Noir Festival!
Friday, October 3rd
at the Railway pub.
Geoff Berner, Ami Denio, Natasha Lena the Accordion Girl, and the Creaking Planks!

Thursday, Oct 2nd, at Spartacus books, with live music a fashion show catwalk to see just how cool the accordion has become, and a showing of a Rockumentary about the international super-group Accordion Tribe!
All a fundraiser for our radio-station and our show!

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 fansthe Accordion Noir Festival, and the Vancouver Squeezebox Circle. Cheers & squeeze on!

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