CHRISTMAS

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via Carrot Top Records.



Stream “The Many Moods Of Ben Vaughn Christmas Party” on PRX, HERE.

Artwork by Ida Olivia Smith

“A Familyre Christmas Vol. 6 “Familyre’s Messiah – Part 1″, is  based on one of the most beautiful and enduring pieces of music in history: George Frederick Handel’s ‘The Messiah’.” –Sounds Familyre

Familyre’s Messiah and the Familyre Christmas Vol. 1-5 will be donated to The Red Cross for the victims of Typhoon Haiyan.







Artwork by Ida Olivia Smith / Mastering by Daniel C. Smith
released 17 December 2013
available via Sounds Familyre Bandcamp



also another Holiday collection from Bar/None Records, stream their compilation “The American Song-Poem Christmas: Daddy, Is Santa Really Six Foot Four?” via The American Song-Poem Music Archives.





from Snow Covered, released 02 November 2011

The Very Most are an indie pop band led by Jeremy Jensen and founded in 2002 in Boise, Idaho. Influenced by Camera Obscura, The Beach Boys, and the poppier side of Built to Spill, they were, until a year ago, the only indie-pop band in this Mountain West town of around 200,000 people.


The Wombles – Wombling Merry Christmas
The song was originally released by The Wombles in November 1974 on CBS 2842 7″. Produced and arranged by Mike Batt, feat. Chris Spedding on guitar.



Here’s a 6-track EP of originals “December 24th,” Christmas compilation via Indiecater Records. Visit their bandcamp!




“The Holidays Don’t Have To Be So Rotten” is the 4th installment in Flannelgraph Records‘ annual benefit compilation, featuring 19 new, original holiday songs by Circuit Des Yeux, Candy Claws, Octagrape, Jonathan Rado (of Foxygen), and many more Flannelgraph superstars and friends of the label.





Released 26 November 2013
Mastered by Eric Day at Sleepwalk Recording
Album cover by Gavin Smith
 


also from Loren Connors via Flannelgraph Records.



Amy Allison – Drinking Through Christmas
(via Radio Free Song Club)

Recently recorded in the midst of show Number 26: Boxing Day Edition, live recording at the Maid’s Room, NYC with the Radio Free All Stars: Amy Allison, vocals and guitar; JD Foster, bass; David Mansfield, mandolin; Dave Schramm, electric guitar; Timothy Hill, piano; Paul Moschella, drums; Shop Girl Songs (BMI) Administered by Bug Music.





Recorded live at The Living Room for the program “18 with a Bullet”, with Radio Free All Stars David Mansfield, Jeremy Chatzky, Dave Schramm, Mark Spencer, and Paul Moschella.

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