Friday, December 23, 2005

Dicks & Janes Podcast #40 Happy Christmas!

The Scarborough Dude talks a little about Christmas, and John Lennon - and even tries to make this a nice show to listen to... hardly any swearing.

Music:
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Little Drummer Boy - Boney M - The Most Beautiful Christmas Songs Of The World
Ding Dong Merrily On High - Cape Breton Chorale - A Noteworthy Christmas/Canadian Choirs
Huron Carol - Exultate Chamber Singers - (same)
O Come All Ye Faithful - Mississauga Massed Choir - (same)
Away In A Manger - Guelph Childrens Singers & Chamber Choir - (same)
Oh My Love - John Lennon
All You Need Is Love - The Beatles - Magical Mystery Tour
Jingle Bells - Esquivel - Starbucks Hi-Fidelity Holiday
Happy Christmas- The Alarm - Starbucks Hi-Fidelity Holiday

7 comments:

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Merry Christmas, Dude!

Gloria said...

Enjoyed the show, nice relaxed feel and a great break on a busy day, interesting contribution from an old friend and great music. Thankyou and Merry Christmas to you.

Chris CaugheyMachine said...

Merry Christmas, sir!

Got your mixed CD finished yet?

Chris CaugheyMachine
Toronto's Molar Radio Podcast
http://molarradio.ca/

Anonymous said...

Creative 1/2 Christmas tree message above, I was slow to clue in, thinking it was a coded letter of some kind, like those pictures that change before your eyes.

CBChoralesinger said...

he cape Breton Chorale. We are recording a new Christmas CD in June

Scarborough Dude said...

Thank you for the half message, CBC - guess it goes with the half Xmas tree. Please keep us posted on the release of your new Christmas CD - I'd be happy to promote it- even in June

CBChoralesinger said...

The recording is finished (last weekend. It was recorded by CBC Halifax I have no idea when it is going to be released. It should be nice. We don't start up again until September so I'll let you know. We are singing in Celtic Colours on Oct 13 (yes a friday) so marketing will probably begin after that