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Accordion Noir radio playlist 2022-04-20: Sending April Squeezes

April 21, 2022
AccNoir 2022-04-20

By pre-recording these episodes of our weekly hour-long CFRO radio program, as he has been doing since the start of the pandemic, the Accordion Noir host Bruce Triggs has been in a very different situation from that of the previous decade-and-a-half of live broadcasts: now he has the option of listening to them after they go out, after he has put them together… and sometimes he is pleasantly surprised by what he learns about his own musical selections, being granted the extraordinary luxury of getting to enjoy listening to the songs without the nagging worry in the back of his head wondering how many seconds remain until the song’s end and pondering which track will follow it — or if he needs to make a station ID announcement. There are no big suprises in this week’s episode: it’s just our standard mix of great accordion music, representing different musical genres and traditions from across Europe and the Americas. (There’s much more out there in Asia and Africa and South America, but it’s not mandatory to circumnavigate the globe every week!) If your Apple or Android (or plain old RSS) podcast subscriptions (strongly recommended!) haven’t alerted you to the episode’s availability yet, you can enjoy listening to it as digital audio courtesy of the Internet Archive. Here’s its playlist:

AccNoir-2022-04-20, Sending April Squeezes

* ‟The Many Voices of Accordion Noir, PRA 100.5 FM” – tune “Boyd’s Cove Singles” – The Dardanelles (2009) – Newfoundland, Canada – http://thedardanelles.com/https://thedards.bandcamp.com/releases
* Los Dos Gilbertos – ‟Mi Querida Reynosa” – Conjunto! Texas-Mexican Border Music: Volume 2  (Rounder, 1988)
* Richard Galliano & Michel Portal – ‟Viaggio” – Blow Up (1996) – Italy / France – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michel_Portal
https://www.richardgalliano.com/
* Sisto Palombella – ‟Cervo Zoppo” – Small pieces of accordion on a broken table (2017) – Southern Italy – https://unexplainedsoundsgroup.bandcamp.com/album/small-pieces-of-accordion-on-a-broken-table
* Pere Romaní – ‟Igualada” – Harmònic (2022) – Barcelona, Spain – Member of the duo 21 BouTons. Publishing a tune-book “36 composicions” gathering his works for melodeon (1999-2021). http://www.pereromani.com/
* Lau – ‟Ghosts” – Decade: The Best Of 2007-2017 (2017) – UK, Scotland/England/Orkney – https://lau-music.bandcamp.com/album/decade-the-best-of-2007-2017www.lau-music.co.uk  Aidan O’Rourke, fiddle; Kris Drever, guitar; Martin Green, acc
* Beltuner – ‟Rumsteck” – Beltuner (2010) – Paris, France – http://www.beltuner.com
* Erica Goodman, Victor Costanzi – ‟Tides” – Pentland, B.: Canadian Composers Portraits [Disc 3] (1987) – Winnipeg – Vancouver, Canada / Toronto, Ontario, Canada – https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barbara_Pentlandhttps://music.utoronto.ca/our-people.php?fid=194
* Del Barber – ‟Big Smoke” – Prairieography (2014) – Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada – www.DelBarber.com   Ken Pinchin, acc.
* Fang – ‟Walking” – Diskopatska (2011) – Vancouver, BC, Canada – http://www.badler.ca/http://www.dropcards.com/diskopatska/content/index.php
* The Walking Hellos – ‟Undertow” – Because I Wanted To Know (2009) – Brooklyn, New York (USA) – http://www.walkinghellos.com/

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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