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Accordion Noir radio playlist 2020-06-03: Empire Recall

June 4, 2020


AccNoir 2020-06-03

g-navar-pandemic_days_3“Pandemic Days #3” by Gabriel Navar

Fresh from the airwaves, here’s tonight’s episode of Accordion Noir radio, an hour of the most pertinent alt-accordion music that the world’s most pre-eminent scholar of the genre can curate.  These are interesting times we’re living in, and Bruce is rising to the occasion, programming a set dedicated to inform and educate as well as entertain, all through the superficially limited medium of accordion music!  If you’re not already subscribed to our weekly broadcast through your Apple or Android podcast subscription, you can enjoy listening to this week’s episode via the Internet Archive.  Here’s this week’s playlist:

AccNoir-2020-06-03, Empire Recall

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* Our Native Daughters – Black Myself – Songs of Our Native Daughters (2019) – USA – Dirk Powell, acc.
* An Historic – Song for Ferguson – Song for Ferguson (2014) – New Haven, Connecticut, USA – Adam Matlock, acc.
* Clarence Clay & William Scott – On The Battlefield – Standing On The Highway (1961) – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA – (our of print?)
* Kolessa – The enormity of the Kingdom of earth – On earth, as it is (2020) – New Haven, Connecticut, USA – Adam Matlock, acc.
* Frank Tolliver, Hiawatha Giles – I Shall Not Be Moved – Digital Library of Appalachia, recorded by Lip Lornell (1981) – Massies Mill, Nelson County, Virginia, USA –
* Lynn Harrison – Protester – Something More (2019) – Toronto, Ontario, Canada – Ed Michael Roth, acc
* Sapo – The Bus Ride – 2015 Accordion Babes Album (2014) – Montreal, Quebec, Canada –
* Muhal Richard Abrams, Mark Feldman, Tony Cedras, Marty Ehrlich, Patience Higgins, Eddie Allen, Anne Lebaron, Lindsay Horner, Bryon Carrott & Reggie Nicholson – Ensemble Song – Muhal Richard Abrams: One Line, Two Views (1995) – USA / South Africa –

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 (presenting an appropriately socially-distanced get-together this Thursday evening — spaced out in MacLean Park!)  Cheers & squeeze on!

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