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Accordion Noir radio playlist 2009-08-28: Joanna Chapman-Smith

September 9, 2019

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Ten years ago, for episode 143 of our weekly radio program, we had the delightful songwriter Joanna Chapman-Smith join us for an hour live on CFRO 100.5 fm.  At its original online home this recording racked up some 10246 listens, and going forward you can enjoy listening to it it courtesy of the Internet Archive.  Here’s its playlist:

AccNoir-2009-08-28, Joanna Chapman-Smith

*Artist – Album? – Song
*Mink DeVille – Where Angels Fear To Tread – Keep Your Monkey Away From My Door
*Joanna Chapman-Smith – Contraries – Arbitrary Lines
*Joanna Chapman-Smith – Things are Gonna Go Wrong (live on Accordion Noir)
* …and then things went wrong and we conversed unwittingly on top of…
*Capercaillie – Calum’s Road
*Rowan Lipkovits w/ Joanna Chapman-Smith (after Rick Keating) – Until The Wine Is Gone (live on Accordion Noir)
*Joanna Chapman-Smith – Contraries – Tactile World
*Rowan Lipkovits w/ Joanna Chapman-Smith – Book of Doorways (live on Accordion Noir)
*The Herd – An Elefant Never Forgets (2003) – 12 Croissant Para Zwei Na Cvrtek
*Joanna Chapman-Smith – Urbanity (live on Accordion Noir)
*Joanna Chapman-Smith – Contraries – Klezbian Mother
*John Zorn – Sholom Alechem – Luminous Visions… I think.

This episode’s cover is: Joanna Chapman-Smith playing her tiny invisible accordion.
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