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B [11-4-2012] [Vendor: (Various artists, Trikont US-289) My number one favorite polka album.
A truly amazing compilation, it will give you a taste of a number of polka styles including Chicago Honky, Wisconsin Dutchman, Avant Garde, Mexican Conjunto, and Nuclear Polka.
He played polkas for 25 years with Jimmy Sturr and for many of those years also led the Odessa Klezmer Band as they gigged around New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
The title tune, "Who Stole the Kishka," is a Walt Solek polka classic from the 1950s.
The Polkaholix sound reminds me a bit of Polkacide or Babylon Circus.
As usual, Wild Wilson discovered this before I did — darn you, Wild Man!
In case you don't remember, banda ("band") is the northern Mexican musical style that features big brass bands playing dance music which includes a generous helping of polkas.But what makes it particularly appropriate is that kishka is eaten by both gentiles and Jews: the gentile version is often a blood sausage; the Jewish version is made with chicken fat and grain. A (Note: the album was a second place winner in the Klezmer category of the 2009 Just Plain Folks awards.) [6-5-2011] [Vendor: CD Baby] (Jelani Eddington, MP3 from the album "Jelani Eddignton In Concert", 1994) Ah, Jelani!I've loved his theater organ playing since 2002, when I bought a CD of his duets with pianist David Harris.Now you can hear him play the "Clarinet Polka" on the Kimball-Wurlitzer at the Organ Piper Music Palace in Greenfield, Wisconsin, and enjoy two of life's pleasures at once -- the mighty Wurlitzer and polka music.A [8-25-2008] [Vendor: Organ MP3] (The Polka Floyd Show, Static Records SNR1027-2, 2007) The Polka Floyd Show has taken Pink Floyd's pretentious tunes from a bygone era and rendered them as polkas -- a move that was surely long overdue. ), Ken Haas' guitar work is incendiary, and the production is flawless. A [8-20-2008] [Vendor: Static Records] (Polkaholix, Westpark Music 87146, 2007) If you remember Buster Poindexter's Banshees of Blue, imagine them playing polkas in the Mos Eisley Cantina, surrounded by Mugwumps sipping who-knows-what through their alabaster straws. Includes an excellent booklet with liner notes by Carl Finch.