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Accordion Noir radio playlist 2019-07-24: Portugal Noir with Joana Reis

July 25, 2019
AccNoir 2019-07-24: Portugal Noir with Joana Reis

Accordion Babe Joana Reis originates from Portugal, but relocated to our region a couple of years ago; we tapped her for a couple of functions — our 10th anniversary concert, last year’s Car Free Main stage — and always intended to host her on our radio program, but despite a couple of near misses something always came up. Well, last night we landed her! She joined Bruce at Co-Op radio and her feisty accordion playing set the station on fire! Well, no, but the station did suffer a building-evacuating fire alarm in the middle of our broadcast, something we had never before experienced in over a decade on the air. Curious what that might sound like? Well, you’d better just listen to the program then! Here’s its playlist:

AccNoir-2019-07-24, Joana Reis, Portugal Noir

(I may have mixed up the song order here, my apologies!)

* Lufa-Lufa – Boulevard – Foledad (2010) – Portugal – G/C diatonic accordion: Ricardo Rocha; Melodica, glasses, glockenspiel: Carlos Adolfo
http://www.alufacontinua.blogspot.com/
* e tao bom quando chega agosto – Joana Reis
* Lisboa Menina e Moca – Joana Reis
* Danças Ocultas – Primeira Hora – Pulsar (2004) – Portugal – http://dancasocultas.weblog.com.pt/
* Sr. Vinho – Joana Reis
* tum tum zumba ja – Joana Reis
*Coimbra e uma licao – Joana Reis
* Meu alentejo – Joana Reis
* Corridinho da Joana Reis – Joana Reis

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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