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A polka break … because we all need it

Put your troubles on hold and enjoy the 1983 album Polka with the Duluth Accordionaires. Side A above, side B below.

Side 1
0:00 – “Sakkijarven Polka”
2:43 – “Chip on the Hill Polka”
4:54 – “Murone’s Polka”
6:50 – “Accordion Man Polka”
9:58 – “Slovenian Polka”

Side 2
0:00 – “Mexican Polka”
2:23 – “Happy Norwegian Polka”
4:12 – “Ma and Pa’s Polka”
6:23 – “Robert E. Lee Polka”
8:06 – “International Polka Medley”

2 Comments

bhall

about 4 months ago

They're really...great. Exceeded expectations, Paul.

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about 3 months ago

Don’t forget the obvious "Duluth Polka" by Frankie Yankovic! Dance Attic covers it! We also have a few of our own original polkas and waltzes.

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