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Cinema

by Cafe Accordion Orchestra

Great songs and tunes featured in films from the 1920's to the 21st century, played with the panache of a French Musette band.
Genre: World: World Traditions
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1. It Had Better Be Tonight Cafe Accordion Orcherstra
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2. Charade Cafe Accordion Orcherstra
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3. Fit As a Fiddle Cafe Accordion Orcherstra
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4. Baby Elephant Walk Cafe Accordion Orcherstra
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5. Bateau Mouche Cafe Accordion Orcherstra
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6. Ta Pedia Tou Pirea (never On Sunday) Cafe Accordion Orcherstra
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7. Spy Medley:you Only Live Twice/ From Russia With Love/ a Shot In Cafe Accordion Orcherstra
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8. Valse Amelie/ Sous Les Toits De Paris Cafe Accordion Orcherstra
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9. Moon River Cafe Accordion Orcherstra
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10. Urami Bushi Cafe Accordion Orcherstra
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11. Harry Lime's Theme Cafe Accordion Orcherstra
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12. Everyone Says I Love You Cafe Accordion Orcherstra
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13. Miserlu/ Exodus Cafe Accordion Orchestra
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
We all love the movies! They provide us with escape, inspiration, and moments we enjoy reliving again and again. One of the most memorable aspects of the film experience is music. With this, their 6th CD, Cafe Accordion Orchestra (CAO) celebrates this fascination with songs from the movies.
Based in Minneapolis/St.Paul, CAO has been performing and recording since 1994. Their music is an infectious, dancer-friendly blend of the sounds of a Paris cafe, a prohibition era speakeasy, and a tropical cabana.
CAO's evokative music has been featured on MTV's The Real World in Paris, a TV commercial for Suave Products, and a number of independent films. They have performed at the International Akkordeon Festival in Vienna, Austria, the Lincoln Center for Performing Arts in New York, the Chicago Art Institute, the Minnesota State Fair, and for hundreds of dances, weddings, parties, and festivals across the upper midwest.

Review:
There's a certain joie de vivre that's crucial to the romantic gypsy music known as musette, an insouciant revelry with a titch of kitsch. Café Accordion Orchestra don't just understand this, they embody it. Cinema, the quintet's sixth CD, is a particularly impressive sleight of hand, a heavily themed affair that isn't bogged down by its premise. Taking songs from film soundtracks ranging from the Marx Brothers to Quentin Tarantino and revising them to evoke a Parisian sidewalk during that gilded era between the two world wars, they never flag in their enthusiasm, veer into pigeonholed parody, or otherwise insult the listener's intelligence. Founder Dan Newton's accordion remains the obvious signature, but the nimble string-pickers—Eric Mohring on mandolin and violin, Brian Barnes on guitars and banjo—are a worthy foil. —Britt Robson City Pages, Minneapols


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ROBBIE SIMS "THE ACCORDION PIMP"

THE BEST
Cafe Accordion Orchestra is my Favorite group featuring accordion.


SUCH CLASS SUCH Style

Mary Lawrence

Old fashioned fun music!
Such happy music, it puts a smile on my face. Love the old tunes!

patrice johnson

Cafe Accordion Does it Again
bought the cinema cd as a surprise for my sweetie. i popped it into the car CD player and even the car was dancing and we listened to some of our favorite old (and newer!) movie songs. a perfect collection.