Help Identifying a Song - Accordian/Guitar


This may be a difficult one for you to identify because of the limited information that I can provide. I got a copy of a demo CD that is used at my local hi fi shop that appears to have come from an audio show and may have been used by Nordost. The salesman wasn't able to identify more than a couple of songs and I've struck out with Sound Hound as well.

The song in question sounds like an accordian and guitar. It's sort of a polka style and is an excellent recording. Does this sound familiar to anyone?

So far I've identified three of the artists on the CD and have purchased one of the CDs. If we can identify the song described above I'll own that one as well.
mceljo
This may be a difficult one for you to identify because of the limited information that I can provide.
You got that right !!!! Good luck in your search, you're gonna need it !!!!
Try the Shazam application on an iPhone, it could be in the database.
Did you try putting the disc in your computer and see if your media player can figure it out?
My in-laws have an iPhone so I'll see about getting a Shazam evaluation.

The disk is a burned compilation so how would I get a media player to identify a particular song?
The disk is a burned compilation so how would I get a media player to identify a particular song?

If you open the cd in Foobar, for example, and select the "Rip" option, you might at least get the song title of all the tracks and go from there.
Mceljo, If you like accordian and guitar, jazz violin and acoustic bass check out Pearl Django. I saw them recently at Jazz Alley in Seattle with Connie Evingson as a special guest. They were fantastic.
Please post the list of songs as you now have my attention.
Post on Youtube if necessary. This is the stuff that makes it all fun. Joe
Might be "Little Flower" (Petite Fleur), which is a classic for
guitar/accordian combo.

The guitar provides a sort of marching rythm.
Jnovak - I wondered about posting music on youtube, but I've never taken the time to find out how to do it.

The only two songs that I can remember the names of without using Sound Hound again are

Song #5 The Traveller by Allan Taylor
Song #6 Joseph by Allan Taylor

This is the CD that I purchased.

The final song on the CD #16 is a percussion and bells version of a Pachelbel's Canon in D. I'd love to own this CD as well.
Track #12 is Here Comes the Flood but isn't Peter Gabriel or Robert Fripp.
If I every get some free time (it's very limited with a 5 week old in the house) I'm going to try and get some of the songs posted on YouTube.
Today, shazam finally came through on this song and it is from the album A Life of Tango by Alfredo Marcucci. I had.the SACD on order within ten minutes. I have only heard one song, but I highly recommend it based on that one song.