Tuesday, August 04, 2020

Christmas In July 2020-42

42! The answer to life, the universe and everything! It's taken more than a month, but we made it to 42.  Still not done though, the pot has more music in it.  And I'm still busy moving boxes of records, so no tracklist for you again today. Plenty of good stuff in there though, I promise.  Enjoy!

8 comments:

Buster said...

You are still moving boxes of records? I feel for you! Been there - can no longer do that.

JustaJeepGuy said...


Forty-two is the answer, but what is the question? We need some multi-dimensional beings, manifesting as mice in our universe, to--well, we all know what the mice are for.

At 15 or 16 songs per day, that's a LOTTA songs! I don't know how you do it, Ernie, but thanks!

Badgercat said...

My back - thankfully it's not been a problem over the years - is now hurting as I think about moving all of those records. YIKES!!! Thanks for these summer shares, Ernie. Of all years, this is the most important for what you do and I for one can't thank you enough.

Ernie said...

The boxes will never end. I anticipate 4-6 weeks to get them all moved. To be honest, it felt easier last night, so maybe I'm getting back into shape a bit. We'll see how the rest of the week goes.

Glad you folks are all having fun. And thanks for leaving a comment. :)

Patrick said...

Appreciated hearing The Kingston Trio's take on Go Tell It On The Mountain. Very lively and enjoyable. Thanks for sharing this one.

Ernie said...

Not sure why that one didn't show up on their Christmas album, but I'm here to rectify that situation. :)

MOQChoir said...

Ernie, here's the 411 I grabbed from the file properties, plus some little tiny adds. Thanks for all your hard work, Ernie.
TITLE ; ARTIST ; ALBUM ; COMPOSER
*Tell It On The Mountain ; The Kingston Trio ; The Patriot Game ; Stewart/Shane/Reynolds
*Panis Angelicus (O Lord Most Holy) ; John Klein At The Schulmerich "Carillon Americana" Bells-Soprano Soloist: Lois Winter ; The Call Of The Carillon ; Franck
*Cold As Winter Rain ; Charlie Cline And The Lonesome Pine Fiddlers ; Lonesome Pines ; Charlie & Lee Cline
*Waltz Of The Prophets ; The North Texas State College Lab Band Under The Direction Of Leon Breeden ; North Texas Lab Band ; Dee Barton
*Advent Motet (Second Mvt.) ; Capital University Chapel Choir-Craig S. Arnold, Director-Solo Quartet: David Comer, Donna Wanamaker, Gregg Evans, Susan Olson ; Gustav Schreck
*Put A Little Love In Your Heart ; Sandy Nelson ; Groovy ; Jackie DeShannon-Jimmy Holiday-Randy Myers
*First Noel; Silent Night ; Don Wilson ; Christmas Ain't Over Yet! (Or, Yes, Virginia, There Is A Don Wilson!) ; Traditional; Franz Gruber
*I Wonder As I Wander ; The Handbell Choir Of St. James Methodist Church, Olney, Philadelphia-Eleanor C. Thompson, Director ; Sacred And Secular Music ; Appalachian Carol
*The Village Of St. Bernadette ; Vera Lynn With The Mike Sammes Singers-Arranged And Conducted By Johnny Douglas ; Favourite Sacred Songs ; Eula Parker
*Pasli Ovce Valasi ; The Slovakaires, Organ Accompaniment By Sr. M. Eugene Prolop, O.S.F. ; Christmas With The Slovakaires ; traditional
*Tell Her It's Snowing ; Tony Bennett, Arranged And Conducted By Don Costa ; Listen Easy Featuring Tell Her It's Snowing ; Heiman-Mallow-Marnay
*Toy Symphony-Finale (Allegro) ; Pro Musica Chamber Orchestra, Stuttgart-Rolf Reinhardt, Conductor ; A Musical Joke; Eine Kleine Nachtmusik; Toy Symphony ; Haydn
*Winter Over Night ; Helen Morgan With Jimmy Grier And His Orchestra ; The Legacy Of A Torch Singer 1927-35 ; Fain-Kahal
*Winter-Concerto No. 4 In F Minor-Third Movement-Allegro ; Societa Corelli-Vittorio Emanuele, Violin Solo ; The Four Seasons ; Vivaldi
*Jingle Bells ; The World Vision Korean Orphan Choir Directed By Soo Chul Chang With Ralph Carmichael And His Orchestra ; The World Vision Korean Orphan Choir ; Pierpont

Ernie said...

Thanks for the contribution, Mr. Choir!