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Backing Tracks

This video should be of interest to any accordion players looking to try something new or interested in adding a new dimension to their playing.

Attention Accordion Players

Backing tracks available for over 125 songs. Set yourself apart from other accordion players. Sound like a professional playing in front of professional sounding backup .Go beyond the stereo typed polkas and waltzes, and play some Country, Beach Boys, Elvis, Beatles and other very cool non traditional accordion music. Includes an mp3 along with corresponding notes for $5.00 per song. If you might be interested in learning to play with back tracks Request a list of available songs.

Twilight Time

Les Brown's version of "Twilight Time" was recorded in November 1944 It has been recorded by numerous groups over the years. However, the best-known version of the song was recorded by the Platters and became a number one hit on both the pop singles and R&B Best Sellers charts in 1958 in the United States. It was also my mother's favorite song.

The Etiquette Of Jamming

If you’re going to take part in a jam session there’s a certain etiquette which should be understood; which will make for a better jam session for all concerned.

Mr. Sandman

This was great fun with my friend Roger.