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Accordion Noir radio playlist 2012-06-20: Buster Moten in 1929

July 3, 2022
AccNoir 2012-06-20

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From ten years ago, here’s episode 290 of CFRO Co-Op Radio’s weekly hour-long all-accordion, alt-accordion Accordion Noir broadcast.  A cursory glance at its contents suggests that it has an early jazz theme, except where it does not.  (That should cover just about all eventualities!)  You can enjoy listening to it as digital audio courtesy of the Internet Archive.  Here’s its playlist: 

AccNoir-2012-06-20, Buster Moten in 1929

* Bennie Moten’s Kansas City Orchestra – Moten’s Blues – Squeeze Me 1: 1929-40 Accordion Joe (The Jazz and Swing Accordion Story) (1929) – http://www.proper-records.co.uk/artists.php?action=alview&alid=2011

* Bennie Moten’s Kansas City Orchestra – Let’s Get It – Squeeze Me 1: 1929-40 Accordion Joe (The Jazz and Swing Accordion Story) (1929) – http://www.proper-records.co.uk/artists.php?action=alview&alid=2011

* Columbus Fruge – Saut Crapaud (Jump Frog) – Squeeze Play-World Accordion (1929) – Memphis, Tennesee, USA – http://www.rounderstore.com/ product.asp?P=1166110902 (this is on the Harry Smith Anthology of American Folk Music)

* Flanagan Brothers – The Rights Of Man / Exhibition Hornpipe – Global Accordion – Early Recordings (1929) – County Waterford, Ireland / New York City, USA – http://www.wergo.de (Irish banjo record artist Mike and his brother Joe on acc.)

* “Eskimo Pie Orchestra” Jean Goldkette Orchestra (under the direction of Harold Stokes) – “Eskimo Pie Orchestra” intro – OTR (Old Time Radio) (1929) – Chicago, Illinois, USA – Encoded by BixVenuti – 07/18/2002 http://www.claxtonola.com/otr/bryanotrmp3.html Harold Stokes, accordion?

* “Eskimo Pie Orchestra” Jean Goldkette Orchestra (under the direction of Harold Stokes) – Hi Ho Everybody, Hi Ho – OTR (Old Time Radio) (1929) – Chicago, Illinois, USA – Encoded by BixVenuti – 07/18/2002 http://www.claxtonola.com/otr/bryanotrmp3.html Harold Stokes, accordion?

* Jean Goldkette and His Orchestra – Birmingham Bertha – Victor 22077-B disc. Recorded in Chicago on July 27, 1929 (1929) – Chicago, Illinois, USA – http://www.ksanti.net/free-reed/essays/bergquistcornell.html http://www.vjm.biz/159%20goldkette.pdf

* Caesare Pezzolo – Viva La Giga – Global Accordion – Early Recordings (1929) – Italy –

* Los Borinque–os – Caridad – Global Accordion – Early Recordings (1929) – Puerto Rico –

* AmŽdŽ Ardoin and Dennis McGee – Two Step de Prairie Solieau – Mama, I’ll Be Long Gone: The Complete Recordings of Amede Ardoin, 1929 – 1934 (1929) – Louisiana, USA – http://www.TompkinsSquare.com “…an adaption of a jurŽ, a Lenten Creole music.” Jared Snyder, “Garde ici et garde la-bas” (2012)

* Guidry Brothers – La Valse De Marriage – American Yodeling 1911 – 1946 (1929) –

* Delin T Guillory & Lewis Lafleur – Ma Petite Blonde (My Little Blonde) – Cajun – Rare & Authentic: 1929 – 1934 (1929) –

* The Bowman Sisters – Old Lonesome Blues – from Kevin Coffey’s collection (1929) – Tennessee, USA – Fran Trappe, acc. http://www.allmusic.com/artist/bowman-sisters-p526487/biography

* Marceau – Ca Gaze – Accordeon 1913-1941 (Disc 1) (1929) – http://www.fremeaux.com/

* Tezraf Latour, accordŽon avec – Reel de Hull = Hull reel – (1929) – MontrŽal, QuŽbec, Canada – © http://www.nlc-bnc.ca

* Papatzis-Tsakiris – Syrtos Politikos – Global Accordion – Early Recordings (1929) – Turkey –

* Georg WeinschŸtz – ‘s Loisachtal – Global Accordion – Early Recordings (1929) – Bavaria, Germany –

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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