AccNoir-2011-09-23, Accordion Resistance Special Ukulele Gudge-show with Barbara Adler

Posted on 28 October, 2011 - 18:42 byBruce Triggs

AccNoir-2011-09-23, Accordion Resistance Special Ukulele Gudge-show w/Barbara Adler

* Artist – Song – Album (year) – Where are they from? – Contact info if we've got it.
* AccNoir Fest 2011 PRA mp3 – Accordion Noir PRA's (2011) – –
* Duckmandu (Aaron Seeman) – Holiday in Cambodia – Fresh Duck for Rotting Accordionists (2005) – San Francisco, California, USA –
* Terror of Tiny Town (Geoff Berner) – Adolescent Services – Terror of Tiny Town (0) – Vancouver, BC, Canada –
* Maria in the Shower – The Bee Song (The Plight of the Bumblebee) – The Hidden Sayings of Maria in the Shower (2011) – Vancouver, BC, Canada – Visit
* Fugitives – The Night She Stole The Moon – In Streetlight Communication (2007) – Vancouver, Canada –
* Geoff Berner – And Promises To Break Before I Sleep – Whiskey Rabbi (2005) – Vancouver, BC, Canada –
* The Vladimirska Carnival Band – Ot Azoy – (2009) – Warm greetings from snowy Poland – Same song Geoff Berner uses for "Luck in Exile"
* Geoff Berner – Luck in Exile – Klezmer Mongrels (2009) – Vancouver, BC, Canada – Tune like Di Naya Kapelye's "Hangu And Freylachs From Podoly"
* Tina Tew – the Yiddish Soldier in the Trenches – Accordion Noir Festival 2010
* Fang – Things I Lose – Diskopatska (2011) – Vancouver, BC, Canada –
* Duckmandu (Aaron Seeman) – Moon Over Marin – Fresh Duck for Rotting Accordionists (2005) – San Francisco, California, USA –
* Duckmandu – More than a Feelin' – Quack Rock: Five Duckades of Accordion Mega-Hits (2009) – –
* Scotty Dunbar – Tin Foil Hat – Accordion Noir Festival 2010
* Barbara Adler – Ukulele Diss (Live in the Accordion Noir Studio!)
* Fang – Beastiary: Pelicans Rock – Beast Pieces (2011) – Vancouver, BC, Canada –
* Fang – Mean Swans – Beast Pieces (2011) – Vancouver, BC, Canada –
* The Masked Uke-er (Rowan Lipkovits, imagine that) – I Walk the Line
* Fang – River Otter – Beast Pieces (2011) – Vancouver, BC, Canada –

Tonight's cover illustration is: Pelicans Rock –

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