Hooray! Welcome to the end of Christmas in July in August! Not that I'm done with my original Christmas in July, it's just that tomorrow is September, and that means we aren't in August anymore. But however you look at it, we're getting pretty close to the end. And tonight is a little special in that you get six tracks instead of the normal five. Why is that, you ask? Because I'm bringing you both part one and part two of Dickie Goodman's Santa And The Satellite! I remember this being a lot more exciting when I was a kid, but times change. I pulled this from the LP Mr. Jaws And Other Fables By Dickie Goodman (Cash/Private Stock CR 6000, Stereo, 1975). Track three is Babes In Toyland: In The Toymakers Workshop; Never Mind Bo-Peep; Go To Sleep, Slumber Deep; Toyland; I Can't Do That Sum, a nice medley from the Victor Herbert show, performed here by Nathaniel Shillkret And His Orchestra With Soloists from the LP The Music Of Victor Herbert AKA Listen To The Music Of Victor Herbert (RCA Camden CAL 228, Mono). I've got two different copies of this record, with slightly different covers and titles. The main cover illustration is by Jim Flora, by the way, so you don't see too many of these floating around. Track four is a different version of Ave Maria than the ones I usually find, this one written by Arcadelt and performed by the Obernkirchen Children's Choir-James Benner, Piano-Edith Moller, Conductor. I found this on the LP Obernkirchen Children's Choir In Japan AKA Holiday In Japan (Westminster Gold (ABC) WGS 8238, Stereo, 1973). More from this one tomorrow. Track five is Christmas Morn, Hymn 23 from the album His Arm Encircles Me-Hymns And Solo Settings For Poems By Mary Baker Eddy Recorded In The Mother Church (This Recording Is Produced By The Trustees Under The Will Of Mary Baker G. Eddy, Manufactured By Columbia Record Productions XCSV 140999/141000, Stereo). The artists are John Robert Dunlap, Accompanied By Ralph Jerles On The Mother Church Organ. I'm afraid I can't understand half of what he's singing here... Last track is a peppy string-laced version of Greensleeves by Enoch Light And His Vibrant Strings. Never seen any other albums credited to that particular ensemble, but that's the credit on this LP, Something To Remember You By (Grand Award GA 242 SD, Stereo, 1959). I've tried to stay away from too many versions of Greensleeves (AKA What Child Is This) this year, but I thought this one was worth mentioning. And that's it for tonight. Here's the download link. Come on back tomorrow for the first day of Christmas In July In September!