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Accordion Noir radio playlist 2011-09-07: All Canadian, All the Time

September 27, 2021

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From ten years ago, here’s episode 248 of CFRO Co-Op Community Radio’s weekly hour-long Accordion Noir broadcast, featuring the best alt-accordion music from around the world, in every style.  Or, in this case, the best alt-squeezebox music from every corner of the second-largest country in the world.  Once in a while we do an all-CanCon special to help fortify our average Canadianosity, or because SOCAN has specifically arranged to scrutinize our programming on a given date, hence this particular set of songs.  At its original online home it logged some 4989 listens, but you can continue enjoying it today as digital audio courtesy of the Internet Archive.  Here’s its playlist:

AccNoir-2011-09-07, All Canadian, All the Time

* Artist – Song – Album (year) – Where are they from? – Contact info if we’ve got it.
* Geoff Berner – Shut In – Klezmer Mongrels (2009) – Vancouver, BC, Canada – http://www.geoffberner.com/
* Andy Fielding – Accordion Noir theme (short version, 1:06) – Accordion Noir (2010) – Vancouver, BC, Canada – recorded special just for our show! More, http://www.andyfielding.com/temp/visigoth.pdf
* Wendy McNeill – Stop – A Dreamer’s Guide to Hardcore Loving (2008) – Sweden, Canada – http://www.wendymcneill.com/
* Wintermitts – Din Din – Cascadia Fault (2007) – Vancouver, BC, Canada – http://wintermitts.com/
* Kamendja – L’escalier – Sans Queue Ni Tete (2006) – Montreal, Quebec, Canada – http://www.myspace.com/kamendja
* Po’ Girl – Bloom – Deer In The Night (2009) – “All over Canada” – http://www.pogirl.net/
* Saul Berson Quartet – Corner of Cairo & Main – Intricacy (2007) – Vancouver, BC, Canada – Kim Darwin, acc. http://saulberson.com/
* Mark Berube – Alarms Pt 2 – What the Boat Gave the River (2008) – Montréal, Québec, Canada – http://www.markberube.com/
* Raghu Lokanathan – Let Me Make It Home – Petal Press (2002) – Vancouver, BC, Canada – http://www.raghumusic.com/
* Ingrid Gatin – I Built This Song – Time Will Change Us – Vol 1 (2011) – Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada – http://www.myspace.com/ingridgatin
* Vladimir Sidorov – Nocturne En Do# Min. – Boîte À Musique (2006) – Russia / Montreal, Québec, Canada – http://www.vladimirsidorov.com/index_en.html
* The Mountains & The Trees – Fear Of Ghosts – I Made This For You (2010) – St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada – http://www.themountainsandthetrees.com
* Duplex! – I Am A Robot – Ablum (2005) – Vancouver, BC, Canada – http://vedahille.com/
* Ingrid Gatin – One Bird – Broken Tambourine (2009) – Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada – http://www.myspace.com/ingridgatin
* Scott Dunbar – Tinfoil Hat – My Boy’s Gonna Play in the Big Leagues: Philosophies of a Moth Vol. 3: Two years to live (2010) – British Columbia, Canada – http://scottdunbar.wordpress.com/

Tonight’s cover illustration is: this Canadian “accordions for sale” video of Walter Ostenek’s clearance, or something. http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x8524h_accordion-for-sale-button-accordion_news

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