Wednesday, August 05, 2020

Christmas In July 2020-43

Another day, another three carloads to the storage facility. I can certainly get more in a van and make fewer trips, but then I exert myself so much between trips that I question whether or not it's worth it. I'm starting to see a little bit of progress, but I've still got a long way to go. Do yourself a favor, and never buy more records than you can fit in a box. They aren't worth it kids. Pretty sure the records used for Christmas In July this year filled five boxes!  So there's that.  Anyhow, here are fifteen more random tracks for you.  Hope there's something enjoyable in there. I think there is, but I have horrible taste.

6 comments:

Buster said...

Goodness, you need help with that! (I am glad I am not in Florida.)

Patrick said...

I saved three of the tracks to my "best of" folder for now. Still, Still, Still, The Shepherds and the Star, and What Child Is This. Great shares! Thanks. I'm having a lot of fun. I usually save everything and never get around to listening to the shares, but listening as you post makes it much more manageable and enyoyable. Thanks again.

Ernie said...

Still got some good tracks to go here at the end of the month. :) I tried hard to to load all the best ones at the beginning.

MOQChoir said...

Big ol' sore-back thanks, Ernie. I grabbed file properties details and pasted 'em in below.

TITLE ; ARTIST ; ALBUM ; COMPOSER
*Narodil Sa Kristus Pan ; The Slovakaires, Organ Accompaniment By Sr. M. Eugene Prolop, O.S.F. ;
Christmas With The Slovakaires
*Spring Will Be A Little Late This Year ; Jeri Southern-Orchestra Conducted By Lennie Hayton ; Coffee, Cigarettes And Memories ; Frank Loesser
*March Of The Toys-Toyland ; 101 Strings ; Victor Herbert ; Herbert/Herbert-MacDonough
*Out In The Cold Again ; Ruth Etting With Jimmie Grier And His Orchestra ; The Original Recordings Of Ruth Etting ; Koehler-Bloom
*What Child Is This ; United States Air Force Academy Cadet Chorale ; Seasons Greetings From The Men & Women Of The United States Air Force ; William Chatterton Dix, arr. John Stainer
*Bach-Gounod: Ave Maria ; Franco Corelli-Orchestra And Chorus Conducted By Rafaele Mingardo ; Franco Corelli Sings Great Religious Songs & Aires ; Bach-Gounod
*The Shepherds And The Star ; Reid Nibley ; Music For Worship-Piano Preludes For LDS Worship Services ; Merrill Bradshaw
*I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day ; Little Marcy ; Marcy Favorites-20 Songs From Her Best Selling Albums ; Henry Wadsworth Longfellow text
*The Things We Did Last Summer ; Polly Bergen With Frank DeVol And His Orchestra ; Polly Bergen's Four Seasons Of Love ; S. Cahn-J. Styne
*Hallelujah Chorus From "Messiah" ; The Choir Of Union Congregational Church-Julius C. Zingg, F.A.G.O., Organist And Director ; Union Choir Sings ; G.F. Handel
*Winter Song ; Ray Heatherton And Orchestra ; The Days, The Months And The Seasons Of The Year ; Selma Rich Brady
*Inverno Furioso (Allegro) Parts 2 & 3 ; Moe Koffman ; ; Four Seasons ; Koffman/Riley
*Behold That Star ; Marian Anderson-Franz Rupp At The Piano ; He's Got The Whole World In His Hands And 18 Other Spirituals ; Arr.: Burleigh
*Gentle Mary ; The Modern Choir-Directed By Warner Imig ; The University Of Colorado And The College Of Music Proudly Present Songs By The Modern Choir ; Robert David Grusin
*Still, Still, Still ; The Norman Luboff Choir ; Songs Of The World ; M. Keith-A. Bergman-Luboff

Ernie said...

Thanks, Mr. Choir. Your data export is much cleaner than what I get. I can export but I think it's all divided by tabs or commas, and takes a while to clean up.

MOQChoir said...

You're welcome, Ernie. I have to admit that this is not exported data, just me looking at file properties and copy-paste-repeat into a text file. If I had any programming juju, I would use that.

Thanks for the tunes, dude.