It is neither a secret or guilty pleasure that am a fan of accordian music - thought it was one of those things that I, as opposed to some others, might not have discussed when dating. If you ever wondered what the background music of this blog might be when the ska is getting a rest, you might want to listen to this 2.5 Mb .wma file* of "The Trip We Took Over The Mountain/Pive". It is by Rod Stradling from Rhythm of the Woed, a 1991 Green Linnet CD (GLCD 3061). What I like about this track is the different textures coaxed out of the relatively simple button accordian. It also is as pure of evocation of the idle rambling principle I implicitly advocate in everything I do. Listen to the shift between the two pieces at around 3 and a half minutes. You might as well have crested the hill at that moment. Not to mention it is a great example of that rarely praised thing, English folk music. Ale-fan can comment on its morris dancing support potential.
*[Ed.: No idea how universably playable this file is. Doubtful for Mac users. See here for comment on copyright law exception for criticism or review. ]