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Accordion Noir radio playlist 2009-01-02: Rowan and Natasha Enquist New Years!

January 14, 2019
AccNoir 2009-01-02


Just in case you’ve forgotten our weird mission, we’re continuing to share archival episodes of our radio program from ten years back, just to churn the sediment and circulate all the goodness we put into the old programs for the benefit of listeners who may not have been tuned in a decade ago.  That said, we’ve somehow slipped behind two weeks.  We will eventually catch up, but in the meantime we have this archival recording of Accordion Noir episode #109, our first broadcast of the new year of 2009, to share with you.  What made it special wasn’t just that it was the first of the year, but that it included a visit by our local squeezebox queen Natasha Enquist.  (Not in her first visit — we hosted her the previous March also — but they’re all great!) At its original online home this episode racked up some 3949 listens, but you can go on and continue enjoying it forever courtesy of its mirroring over at the Internet Archive.  Now here’s the playlist!

Accordion Noir: Playlist: January 2nd, 2009, Rowan and Natasha New Years!

Artist — Song – Album (Year) – Place of Origin – Contact/Distribution (so you can get it.)

Natasha Enquist – Auld Lang Syne (originally at – Victoria, BC, Canada –
Amelia Curran – War Brides – All the Ladies –
David P. Smith – Hurtin’ Dance Party – Robot Twin (BC, Canada) –
Natasha Enquist – Sous le Ciel de Paris (orig. at
Amelia Curran – War Brides – Scattered & Small –
les Fleurs Brisées – Glory Box (from myspace at – BC, Canada
les Fleurs Brisées – Shadow of Your Smile
Altai kai, accordion throat singing (orig. at
Natasha Enquist live in the studio – Autumn Leaves
Bobby McFerrin and the Motion Trio – the Heart (orig. at
Natasha Enquist live in the studio – Where Is Your Heart (song from Moulin Rouge)

that was that (almost all Canadian!), but I’ve just seen a new Motion Trio / Bobby Mcferrin video at ! How exciting. See you soon!

This episode’s cover is Natasha! (Shoulda been in the calendar.)

“Over here on the island of misfit instruments, any rough edges or skewed qualities are almost entirely what constitutes charm.” –Rowan L.

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