Monday, December 01, 2008

Frankie, My Dear


A track from this LP started playing on my iTunes this morning, and I found myself tapping along to it, so I'm taking that as a sign I should reshare it. Everybody loves a good polka, so why should Christmas be any different? Please help yourself a heaping helping of Frankie Yankovic-Christmas Party (Columbia CS 9053, Stereo).

1. Jing-A-Ling (Christmas Time Is Here Again
2. The Merry Christmas Polka
3. Blue Christmas
4. Rudolph, The Red-Nosed Reindeer
5. Jingle Bells Polka
6. Christmas Polka
7. There'll Always Be A Christmas
8. Christmas Chopsticks
9. Christmas Lullaby
10. Medley: The First Noel; It Came Upon The Midnight Clear; Away In A Manger; We Three Kings Of Orient Are
11. Medley: O Come, All Ye Faithful; Good King Wenceslas; Ihr Kinderlein Kommet
12. Medley: Joy To The World; Deck The Halls With Boughs Of Holly; God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

(yes, I'm bored at work today)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%22Weird_Al%22_Yankovic

Weird Al's first accordion lesson, which sparked his career in music, was on October 22, 1966, a day before his seventh birthday. A door-to-door salesman traveling through Lynwood offered the Yankovic parents a choice of accordion or guitar lessons at a local music school. Yankovic claims the reason his parents chose accordion over guitar was "They figured there should be at least one more accordion-playing Yankovic in the world", referring to Frankie Yankovic, to whom he is no relation.