Monthly Archives: December 2017

Caturday – High Today of Minus Nine

The temperature is up to -10 right now but Joffrey could care less. He’s had his lunch and has decided to settle in at my desk for his afternoon nap. Sweet dreams, first of your name.

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And Here is Christmas

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And Now for Something More Traditional

I have heard that there are other arrangements of this song but I only know this one. And it’s the best one.

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But Remember the Kids Who Got Nothin’

Ray and Dave Davies try to spread a little equity (and violence) in this classic Christmas single. Bonus: Dave pulls off two sweet solos for the price of one as the Ray channels their poor kid/punk ire. As I have … Continue reading

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So Here It Is

I suppose there are folks in the UK that are sick to death of this song (and even sicker of McCartney’s Christmas ditty). But this was never heard in the US back in the day. Then again we didn’t hear … Continue reading

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Ring Out Solstice Bells

This is a very familiar piece to all my prog friends (this was the best lineup of Tull – fight me) but an unknown to everyone else. ‘Tis a lovely tune for this, the shortest day of the year.

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Sleigh Ride!

My hat is off to whoever put this together: The Roches warbling Sleigh Ride from their Christmas CD with selected scenes from the 1941 film, Mr & Mrs Smith.

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