We bring you dancing ethnic frolic, accordion style.
Alec Finlay “Waitin’ Tae Welcome Me Hame”. Is the first of 6 cultural albums we are reviewing today. I spent the morning cleaning the house and Xmas decorating to these albums. I am certain the neighbours thought I was nuts. lol. This was a hilarious comedian album with traditional Scottish music. A keeper for sure.
Come Back to Sorrento was a greek disaster. Nick Perito and his accordion and orchestra are a rethrift. I was hoping for more OPA but got more sad accordian. And usually I DO love an accordion.
The best of Gaby Haas was a real treat. A feast of Alpin music to sooth the soul. It took me straightback to the Kimberley BC platzel ( town centre) where I lived for almost 4 years and never did I tire of the accordion flavour. Although Happy Haans stole my sweety’s quaters ~ but that’s another story.
I Love Paris was a Parsien delicacy. Turned up really loud, it was delightful to decorate to. Michael Legrand and his Orchestra put on a real stroll down the Champs-Elysees. Loved it.
Brigadoon was ..well, Brigadoon. We dont need to keep this.
Cubalooba ~ I was hoping for so much mre from an album with such a cool name and straight up black jacket. Cubalooba is a combination of different dj’s mixing some hard to swallow sort of dance music. Rethfirft, even thought thought there is a $14.99 sticker on it.
All in all, 3 keepers, three rethrift on our ethnical adventure today. More accordion please.
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