Nice graphic design by Matthew Fass, though liner notes describing the tunes would have been nice.
B  [Vendor: CDbaby](Zirka, self-published, UPC 0-20193-00052-8, 2008) Zirka is a Candian sextet that plays energetic, folk-rock-tinged dance tunes rooted in Ukrainian traditional music.
In addition to their rhinestone cowboy outfits, mugging, and occasional dance moves, Banda Machos demonstrates consistently high standards of musicianship.
For further reading, this site also includes my thoughts on the history and marginalization of the polka, a bibliography of polka resources, links to important polka articles on the Web (both popular and scholarly), and some essential information for polka musicians. (The Polka Nuts, self published [no number], 2011) Oh, how I love that Dutch Hop music!
The instrumentals by the Polka Nuts of Brighton, Colorado, are just wonderful; I particularly love "Poudre Valley Waltz." The vocals are less pleasing, but the instrumentals alone are worth the price.
It's a marvelous tearjerker and I love it (you can see them perform it live on Youtube).
Just wish the liner notes had credited Sam Cooke and Willie Nelson with writing "Having a Party" and "The Party's Over," respectively.