David Schlachter

Known and available recordings of The Cangelosi Cards

April 12, 2019

The Cangelosi Cards were a jazz band active from 2006 – 2011 based in New York City. They're great, but I haven't been able to find a copy of their albums. If, like me, you'd like to hear their music, this page lists all their recordings I could find on the public internet, excluding content on YouTube. If any links are broken, or if I've missed something, let me know! Note that most links here are also available in the Internet Archive.

Album: Clinton Street Recordings, I (2009)

Album art for Clinton Street Recordings by the Cangelosi Cards (2010)

Released in July 2009, "Clinton Street Recordings" was the Cards' debut CD (review by Michael Steinman). Formerly available from La Compañía de Músicos Viajeros, you may be able to purchase a copy from Tamar Korn.

The first track of the album, "My Blue Heaven", was posted by New York Public Radio to accompany an episode of "Soundcheck":

  1. My Blue Heaven

The second track was posted on the Vinyl Mix Tape blog:

  1. It's Like Reaching For The Moon

Track four can be heard as the first song of an 8tracks playlist by freqout:

  1. Ida

Track six is the first song of an 8tracks playlist by Sam Carroll:

  1. Putting on the Ritz

Dec 2009: Live at Banjo Jim's

Two videos by Dabe Murphy of the Cards performing at Banjo Jim's in NYC, December 2009. Includes the last minute of "I Can't Give You Anything But Love" as well as a full performance of "Bill Bailey".

Dec 2009: Live at The Jalopy Theatre

Two videos posted on Vimeo by "La Compañía de Músicos Viajer" of the Cards performing at The Jalopy Theatre in Brooklyn, December 2009:

There's also a recording on Vimeo of "Comes Loves" from late 2011 but it has some unfortunate clipping.

Jan 2009

Clip on Facebook by George Yi of the Cards playing "I'll See You In My Dreams" at Miracle Bar & Grill on New Year's Eve 2009.

mid-2007: Recorded Live at Banjo Jim's

Four tracks recorded by Eli Smith of Down Home Radio in mid-2007 at Banjo Jim's.

An interview on Down Home Radio with Jake Sanders is also available with a recording of "Milenberg Joys" starting about three minutes in and running about six minutes.