Sunday, November 29, 2009

Week In Review-1

Well, here we are at the end of the first week of Christmas Sharity 2009. Well, I guess it really hasn't been a week, it's only been four day. But it sure seems like a week. I'm pretty unhappy about the lack of new stuff I have to share with you this season. But I hope you're enjoying some of the stuff I'm posting from years past. Hopefully, you'll find something in there that you missed the first time around. I'm working on some new stuff, but it takes a little time, and as you know, time is in short supply around the holidays. At the end of each week, I like to make a little list and link to all of the shares from the week, I think it helps you to make sure you've seen everything, and helps me keep track of what I've already thrown out there for you. So, let's begin.

Spencer Ross-Thanksgiving Day Parade
Squanto And The First Thanksgiving
Two Thanksgiving Songs (New!!!)
Maurice Copeland-How We Got Our Christmas Customs
Jose Melis-Christmas With Melis
Christmas Carols By The Lighthouse Singers
George Wright-Christmas Time
A Merry Christmas To You From David Rose And His Orchestra
Christmas 1968 With The Going Thing
The Joy Strings-Well Seasoned
Charo-(Mamacita) ¿Donde Esta Santa Claus?
Les Djinnes Singers-60 French Girls With The Christmas Bell Ringers-Joyeaux Noel
Dorothy Collins-Season's Greetings In Song
Slim Boyd-Christmas Country Style
Dartmouth Glee Club-White Christmas On The Campus (Remastered!!!)
Richard Ellsasser-Michael Carr's Wintertime Suite
Billy Crystal-The Christmas Song
John Davidson-My Christmas Favorites
Lynn Anderson-The Christmas Album
The Best Of Christmas In July 2006 From Ernie (Not Bert)
Merry Christmas From Buck Owens & Susan Raye
James Blackwood And The Blackwood Brothers Combine With Hovie Lister And The Statesmen To Wish You A Musical Merry Christmas

Whew! If any of those were new, I'd say I'd been a busy little elf. But only the two Thanksgiving tracks and the Dartmouth Glee Club are new. Well, maybe if I keep up this frenetic pace, no one will notice that I'm repeating myself. Maybe...

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much for the re-posts from years past! I came across this site last Christmas. Looking forward to this seasons posts!