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NiMB 32: IHATEBROCCOLI.COM Christmas Day

christmas wreath mad from colorful chotgun casings
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NiMB Christmas day show notes 12-25-2017

Merry Christmas, y’all!

Let’s have a little fun and enjoy some Christmas music.

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And if things aren’t working out for you right now, try this one:

Rediscovering Christmas

All Songs CC unless otherwise mentioned.

Wallaby Bob by Chris Wilson V4V, used with permission.

NoAgendaXmas by Hiroprotagonist, used with permission.

White Privelege by Chris Wilson V4V, used with permission.

It’s Christmas Time Again by Factories & Alleyways
http://factoriesandalleyways.bandcamp.com/
A Factories & Alleyways Christmas is produced by Jeremy Allingham, Matt Denny-Keys and Josh Denny-Keys 

It’s Christmas Time Again written by Allingham / M. Denny-Keys / J. Denny-Keys 

J. Allingham – Lead vocals, rhythm and lead guitar, secondary percussion 
M. Denny-Keys – Backing vocals, bass guitar 
J. Denny-Keys – Backing vocals, piano, baritone saxophone, trumpet, glockenspiel 
Alex Glassford – Drums 

Engineered, mixed and mastered by Doug Fury at Fortissimo Sound 

Album art by Mike Withers 

Special thanks to Mike Withers, Josh Strauss and Gillian White

We Wish You a Merry Christmas by United States Marine Band

“We Wish You a Merry Christmas” – A secular sixteenth-century English carol from the West Country of England Performed by The U.S. Marine Corps Band, “The President’s Own,”

Away in a Manger by United States Marine Band

“Away in a Manger” is a religious Christmas carol first published in an 1885 Lutheran Sunday School book by James R. Murray (March 7, 1841 – March 10, 1905), the author of the first two stanzas is unknown. The tune commonly used in the United States was written by James R. Murray and first published in 1887. It is certain that stanza three was added in 1904 by Dr. John McFarland of New York City.

Blow-Up Santa (Texasradiofish Mix) by ccMixter

Dear Santa by Jacob Haller

Jacob Haller is a singer/songwriter in Providence, RI, where he writes songs about substance abuse, kittens, organ theft, heartbreak, and robots. He released his second album, Circumstantial Evidence, in 2011.

Just remember i’m santa claus (2015 r3 mix) by another cultural landslide

Just in time for the holidays! (Barely.) And an all-new version, too…Originally released in 2009, we blasted the original track out over a couple days – and that version sure as hell sounded that way…
… but when we removed the original version from circulation, we got yelled at – a lot – so we put that version back up…
But now THIS version marks the very first release from our “2015 Remix/Remaster/Re-do” back-catalogue effort (more on that soon)…
… and this Remix/Remaster/Re-do should give you a sneak preview of what we have in mind.
And yeah – we know it’s not 2015 yet.
What the hell.
It’s a Christmas Song.
Well… it’s an acl Christmas Song.
Whatever that means.
Anyway, lots more surprises soon…
thank you for listening
k&w 😉
p.s. This really is a true story.
p.p.s. mzkitty sez hi
track credits:
kirk & wendy: just being kirk & wendy

 

*Intro and Outro music by Steve Combs and freemusicarchive used with permission by attribution under CC3 and CC2

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