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Accordion Noir radio playlist 2011-07-06: All thanks to the Gramophones

July 25, 2021

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From ten years ago, here’s episode 239 of CFRO Co-Op Radio’s weekly Accordion Noir radio program.  Back at its original online home, this episode — our standard humble mix of music in every style, from every part of the world — tracked some 5716 listens, so we know that future generations will continue to enjoy listening to it as digital audio courtesy of the Internet Archive.  Here’s its’ playlist:

AccNoir-2011-07-06, All thanks to the Gramaphones?

* Artist – Song – Album (year) – Where are they from? – Contact info if we’ve got it.
* BU☆LI – Let’s Go Zundoko!! – Grand Parade ep. (2003) – Sapporo City, Japan – http://www.myspace.com/buli1993 http://www.sister.co.jp/english/catalog_e_benten.html
* Andy Fielding – Accordion Noir theme (medium version, 1:47) – Accordion Noir (2010) – Vancouver, BC, Canada – recorded special just for our show! More, http://www.andyfielding.com/temp/visigoth.pdf
* Marah – Angels On A Passing Train – Angels of Destruction! (2008) – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania / Brooklyn, New York, USA – http://www.marah-usa.com/
* Raghu Lokanathan – Sick Boy – Blue Girl (0) – Victoria, BC, Canada – http://www.raghumusic.com/
* Mario Perri (Perry) – Susan ; The Japanese Sandman; Avalon – The Virtual Gramophone, CollectionsCanada.gc.ca (1921) – Montreal, QC, Canada – http://amicus.collectionscanada.gc.ca/gramophone-bin/Main/ItemDisplay?l=0&l_ef_l=-1&id=458761.3254&v=1&lvl=1&coll=24&rt=1&itm=31388665&rsn=S_WWWyaaf2uSls&all=1&dt=AW+|mario|+AND+|perry|&spi=-&rp=1&v=1
* The Missouri Mountaineers, Jack Shook (leader), Mac McGar, fiddle – Tennessee Wagoner – Blue Ridge Institute & Museum of Ferrum College (194) – Possibly recorded from WDBJ Roanoke Country Radio, Virginia, USA – ÿflw
* Luiz Gonzaga – Baiao [Brazil] – Accordions Of The World (1997) – – stigma
* Spiro – Shaft – Lightbox (2011) – United Kingdom – http://www.spiromusic.com
* Paperboys – Come Tella Me – Late as Usual (1995) – Vancouver, BC, Canada – http://www.paperboys.com/
* KTU (Kimmo Pohjonen, Trey Gunn, Pat Mastelotto) – Quiver – Quiver (2009) – UK? USA, Finland – http://www.kimmopohjonen.com
* Frank Marocco – Oblivion – Appassionato (2003) – Hollywood, California, USA – http://www.frankmarocco.com/
* Louise Massey & the Westerners – Mary Had a Little Lamb – Ridin’ High 1933-1941 (0) – Midland, Texas, USA – http://www.venerablemusic.com/catalog/TitleDetails.asp?TitleID=12030 Featured on the WLS National Barn Dance
* Once – Nell’s Song – The Once (2009) – Newfoundland, Canada –
* Fonseka – Kapirigna [Sri Lanka] – Accordions Of The World (1997) – – stigma
* Maans, Kalaniemi, Varis – Herr Peder – I Ramunders Fotspar (2000) – Finland –
* Stupid – No One – Stupid (2003) – Brooklyn, New York (USA) – http://stupidband.com/

Tonight’s cover illustration is: A lovely Hohner ad – don’t try this dance-step at home. From the Western New York Accordion Club’s nice site: http://wnyaccordions.org/history_of_the_accordion

Happy spring-time, and please, support Accordion Noir and Co-op Radio (without whom there wouldn’t be an Accordion Noir), by becoming a member. Go to http://www.AccordionNoir.org or http://www.CoopRadio.org and donate online. We really especially supporters who’ve become “sustaining” donors by arranging to donate a little bit every month. Those add up to a lot of support over the year. We love that most of all.

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