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Accordion Noir radio playlist 2021-10-13: Wednesday the 13th

October 14, 2021
AccNoir 2021-10-13
Amusement (2008)

Yesterday’s episode of CFRO Co-Op Community Radio’s weekly Accordion Noir broadcast is out! I see French and Spanish in the titles of the songs we aired, and I see tunes clearly telegraphed as belonging to the klezmer and celtic genres… in short, it’s another brilliant mix of our trademark international melange! (Not at all the creepy milieu I evoke with this episode’s title and image… sorry, I’m in a seasonal mood.) I understand it also stands in memory of Tony MacMahon, who Bruce tells me had his name said out loud several times in this episode, possibly not correctly once. (Apologies!) In any event, if your Apple or Android podcast subscriptions (strongly recommended!) haven’t alerted you to the episode’s availability yet, you can enjoy it as digital audio courtesy of the Internet Archive. Here’s its playlist:

* Acclarion – ‟English Folk Song 2 by R.Vaug” – Shattered Expectations (2015) – Toronto, Ontario, Canada – Rebecca Carovillano, clarinet; David Carovillano, acc
* Gali Galó – ‟Aceita (“Accepted”)” – (Video Single) (2021) – Brasil (Brazil) – Thais Andrade, acc
* Kristi Guillory & Anya Burgess – ‟Valse de Soleil Couche” – Kristi Guillory and Anya Burgess (2014) – Louisiana, USA –  Kristi Guillory, acc.
* Camarão – ‟Rio Antigo” – The imaginary Soundtrack to a Brazilian Western Movie 1964 – 1974 (2018) – Brejo da Madrew de Deus, Pernambuco, Brasil –
* Alonzo Y Sus Rancheros – ‟Caricias Sonadoras” – San Antonio’s Conjuntos In The 1950s (1952) – San Antonio, Texas, USA –
Ventura Alonzo “Queen of the Accordion”
 Annual Conjunto Festival
* The Negro Problem – ‟Buzzing” – Post Minstrel Syndrome (2009) – Los Angeles, California, USA –  Jill Meschke, electric acc.
* Cockeyed Ghost – ‟jill” – Keep Yourself Amused (1995) – Los Angeles, California, USA – This song is about Jill Meschke, who played electric 


 in The Negro Problem in the early 1990s. It really, really needs an accordion solo.
* Adolphe Deprince – ‟Caprice D’Oiseau” – Accordeon 1913-1941 (Disc 2) (1933) – France –
* Francisco Canaro Y Su Orquestra Tipica – ‟Rodriguez Peña” – El Tango: pasión y emoción Vol. 2 (1953) – Argentina –
* Tony Mac Mahon – ‟The Bank Of Ireland/Cawley’s Reel” – Tony Mac Mahon (1972) – County Clare, Ireland –
* Niamh Parsons – ‟Horo Johnny” – In My Prime (2000) – Dublin, Ireland –   Josephine Marsh, acc.
* Cormac Begley – ‟Suantraí – Rocking The Cradle” – Cormac Begley (2017) – West-Kerry, Ireland – www.cormacbegley.com  Bass, baritone, treble and piccolo Anglo-concertina
* Mairearad Green – ‟The Island” – Summer Isles (2016) – Ullapool, Scotland –
* Susi Evans & Szilvia Csaranko – ‟Dem Trisker Rebbin’s Chosid” – Klezmer from the New World (2020) – UK – 2021 Artists and Faculty!
* Amelia Curran – ‟The Furious Curve” – War Brides (2006) – St. John’s, Newfoundland, Canada –
* The Revolution Sonics – ‟The Battle” – The Revolution Sonics (2008) – Rural peace river country, Alberta,  Canada –
* Tony Mac Mahon – ‟John O’ Dwyer Of The Glenn” – Tony Mac Mahon (1972) – County Clare, Ireland –

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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