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N.A.A.M & A.A.M.A.M. – WEEK IV, on Gramophoney Baloney

June 25, 2012
3:22 pm

For the fourth and final week of National Accordion Awareness Month, and African-American Music Appreciation Month, DJ McSchmormac concluded with another accordion-heavy selection (dating from 1910-1950) including a couple of accordion-infused African-American musical recordings too! With thanks to Mathew Lasar of Radio Survivor for mentioning this blog in the article: “My Favorite Radio Valencia Blogs“, and also to Bruce Triggs of  “Accordion Uprising” for also featuring this blog, in the recent post “GRAMOPHONEY BALONEY: celebrates Accordion Awareness and African American Music Month!“. Surprisingly the blog has attracted more readers’ comments this month than any other month so far, when I had been expecting a month dedicated to the much-maligned accordion to go down in the annals of history as the show’s most unpopular ever! If we’re all still here next year, I’m going to do it again, except next time it’ll be waaaay better!

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PLAYLIST:

  • “El Aeroplano (excerpt)” by Cuarteto de Roberto Firpo from “Seleccion De La Historia Del Tango”
  • “Stach” by Jan Wanat & Hegi Wesolo (Jan Wanat & His Happy Quartet) from “Polish Village Music”
  • “Norska valsen” by Carl Jularbo from “Dragspelare från Dalarna – Kommersiella inspelningar 1909-48 / Accordion Players from Dalarna in Sweden – Commerical recordings from 1909-48”
  • “Scottish or Foursome Reel“ by William Hannah’s Band from “Patchwork Europe – Early Recordings 1911-1954”
  • “Non Ti Posso Dar Che Baci” by Natalino Otto & Orchestra Gorni Kramer from “Un Nome. La Storia”
  • “Swing Guitare” by Roger Etlens & Son Ensemble from “Café Parisien – Chansons, Accordeons, Croissants – 25 Original French Accordion Songs”
  • “Kopano Horo” by Boris Karlov from “Song Of The Crooked Dance – Early Bulgarian Traditional Music 1927-42″
  • “Double Check Stomp” by The Jungle Band from “Cotton Club Stomp – 1927-1931”
  • “Grichisher Tantz [Greek Dances]” by Mishka Tsiganoff from “Klezmer Pioneers – European American Recordings 1905-1952”
  • “Cavallaria Ligeira (Light Cavalry Overture)” by Guido Deiro from “Complete Recorded Works, Vol.1”
  • Everybody’s Doing It Now” by Guido Deiro from “Complete Recorded Works, Vol.2”
  • “Oh, Those Days” by Guido Deiro from “Complete Recorded Works, Vol.2”
  • “Cuckoo’s Nest; Down the Meadow” by Irish Big Four from “Oldtime Records – Vol. 2. U.S. Recordings”
  • “My Bonny Irish Boy” by Delia Murphy from “The Legendary Queen of Irish Folk Singers”
  • “Mamma Voglio Anch’io La Fidanzata” by Natalino Otto & Orchestra Gorni Kramer from “Un Nome. La Storia”
  • “Es Wird In 100 Jahren Wieder So Ein Frühling Sein” by Claire Waldoff from “Wer Schmeisst Denn Da Mit Lehm”
  • “Rosa Bianca” by Orchestre Colombo Du Bal Tabarin from “Café Parisien – Chansons, Accordeons, Croissants – 25 Original French Accordion Songs”
  • “Branas Hasene” by Dave Tarras Trio from “Dave Tarras – Yiddish-American Music: 1925-1956”
  • “Kritiko syrto (Cretan syrtos)” by Orchestra Kostas Gadinis from “Blowers From The Balkans: Classic Historic Recordings Of Wind Instruments”
  • “Piedras Negras” by Narciso Martínez from “Norteño & Tejano Accordion Pioneers – 1929-1939”
  • “Dispensa el Arrempujón” by Santiago Jiménez from “Norteño & Tejano Accordion Pioneers – 1929-1939”
  • “Frankie and Johnny” by Riley Puckett from “Country Music Pioneer – Selected Sides”
  • “Oh Bebe” by Oscar Doucet & Alius Soileau from “Cajun Capers – Cajun Music 1928-1954”
  • “Lion Quadrilles Figure 4” by Peter Wyper from “Melodeon Greats – A Collection Of Melodeon Masterpieces”
  • “To Think You’ve Chosen Me” by The Three Suns from “1949 – 1956”
  • “Não Bate néle” by Luiz Gonzaga from “Sabido”
  • “Mary Lee” by Bennie Moten’s Kansas City Orchestra from “1929-1932 – Band Box Shuffle”
  • “Won’t You Be My Baby?” by Bennie Moten’s Kansas City Orchestra from “1929-1932 – Band Box Shuffle”
  • “Korsnäs polska” by Hugo Johansson & Evald Eriksson Glad from “Dragspelare från Dalarna – Kommersiella inspelningar 1909-48 / Accordion Players from Dalarna in Sweden – Commerical recordings from 1909-48”
  • “Palmatória” by Manezinho Araújo from “De Bahía aux sertões 1939-1955 – Brésil: les chants de la mer et de la terre”
  • “Lustig Froh” by Adolf Dentl from “Bayern – Volksmusik – Rare Schellacks 1906-1941”
  • “Aimer Et Perdre (To Love And To Lose)” by Cléoma & Joe Falcon from “Aimer et Perdre – To Love & To Lose – Songs, 1917-1934”
  • “Susta Politiki (Constantinople, My Dream and My Torment)” by Andonis Dalgas from “Greek-Oriental Rebetica – Songs & Dances in the Asia Minor Style – The Golden Years 1911-1937”
  • “Firim, Firim, Firim” by Luiz Gonzaga from “Bresil – Le chant du Nordeste – 1928-1950”

Please note: Next week’s show will run from the LATER time of 6-8pm

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N.A.A.M & A.A.M.A.M. – WEEK III, on Gramophoney Baloney

June 18, 2012
1:45 pm

The National Accordion Awareness Month series continued with a third episode on this Father’s Day edition, with DJ McSchmormac administering another addling assortment of archaic accordion-laden audiographic amusements,  arising from 1904-1950

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PLAYLIST:

  • “El Cant dels Ocelles (The Song of the Birds)(excerpt)” by Pablo Casals & The Prades Festival Orchestra from “Song of the Birds – encores for cello”
  • “Sittin’ On The Bridge Below The Town” by Frank O’Donovan from  “Songs of Ireland – Digitally Remastered 1916-1950 Recordings”
  • “I Wish I Had The Shepherd’s Lamb” by Delia Murphy from “The Legendary Queen of Irish Folk Singers”
  • “Yiddisher Wulach” by Gregory Matusewitch from “Patchwork Europe – Early Recordings 1911-1954”
  • “Matelotte” by Gus Viseur & Son Orchèstre from “Café Parisien – Chansons, Accordeons, Croissants – 25 Original French Accordion Songs”
  • “Estan Tirando Bombas “ by Canario Y Su Grupo from “Lamento Borincano – Puerto Rican Lament – Early Puerto Rican Music: 1916-1939”
  • “Kapirigna” by Foneska, and Party from “The Secret Museum of Mankind, Vol. I Ethnic Music Classics: 1925-48”
  • “Ashplant, The Merry Harriers, The Hut In The Bog [Reels]” by The Belhavel Trio from “Music and Dances of Old Ireland”
  • “Je Vieux Marrier (I Want To Marry)” by Leo Solieau & Moise Robin from “Aimer et Perdre – To Love & To Lose – Songs, 1917-1934
  • “In Padure La Ghergani” by Margarita Radulescu from “Squeeze Play – A World Accordion Anthology”
  • “A dança da moda” by Luiz Gonzaga from “De Bahía aux sertões 1939-1955 – Brésil: les chants de la mer et de la terre”
  • “Tarantella Teggianese” by A. D’Elia from “Squeeze Play – A World Accordion Anthology”
  • “Kalino” by Chernata Marga from “Outsinging The Nightingale – Lost Treasures of Bulgarian Music – 1905-1950”
  • “Apanhei-te cavaquinho” by Luiz Gonzaga from “Sabido”
  • “O Xamego da Guiomar” by Luiz Gonzaga from “Sabido”
  • “Oberbayrischer Gebirgsländler” by D’Weinschütz – 1. Münchner Instrumental-Terzett from “München – Volkssänger – Rare Shellacs 1902-1948”
  • “Leben ohne Liebe kannst du nicht” by Margo Lion & Mischa Spoliansky from “Die Linie der Mode”
  • “The Trip To The Cottage” by John J. Kimmel from “Early Recordings of Irish Traditional Dance Music”
  • “Un Refrain Courait Dans La Rue” by Édith Piaf from “Live in Lausanne – 1946 – 1947”
  • “Apitando Na Curva” by Luiz Gonzaga from “Sabido”
  • “Diabel W Niewoli (Devil In Jail)” by Wladyslaw Polak from “Polish Village Music”
  • “Buen Humor” by Grupo Dominicano from “The Secret Museum of Mankind, Vol. 3 Ethnic Music Classics: 1925-48”
  • “What Will You Do, Love?” by Delia Murphy and Richard Hayward from “The Legendary Queen of Irish Folk Singers”
  • “Clog de William Durette” by Monmarquette & St. Jean from “Global Accordion – Early Recordings”
  • “Bei mir kannst du vor Anker gehn” by Kate Kühl from “Hoppla – Wir Leben!”
  • “The Rose In The Heather/ The Frost Is All Over (Jigs)” by Joe Magure’s Pride Of Erin Orchestra from “Past Masters Of Irish Dance Music”
  • “Dill Pickles Rag” by Guido Deiro from “Complete Recorded Works, Volume 1”
  • “Großgmoaner Polka” by Bauern-Quartett from “Oberösterreich-Salzburg – Volksmusik – Rare Schellacks 1910-1949”
  • “Wals Bandura” by Paul Humeniuk from “Ukrainian and Lemko String Bands In America”
  • “Ardealanca (The Girl From Ardeal )” by George Jivan from “Squeeze Play – A World Accordion Anthology”
  • “Tramla Polka” by Bruno Rudzinski from “Polish Village Music”
  • “Pawel Walc (Paul’s Waltz)(excerpt)” by Bruno Rudzinski from “Squeeze Play – A World Accordion Anthology”

 

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