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OverHillandDale
12-13-2010, 07:45 AM
Greetings Mooniversians.

We'll be kicking off the holiday season today with a selection of winter and seasonal tunes. The originally scheduled playlist from ErikM has been postponed to the beginning of the New Year to help kick it off right.

Today's feature album will be Jethro Tull Christmas Album. That will be followed with an assortment of related songs from a variety of artists. I have had to limit my comments to just an opening and closing due to familiy obligations this past week. But I'm sure you'll enjoy the show just the same.

Enjoy and Joyeux Noel.

VAXman
12-13-2010, 09:11 AM
Today's feature album will be Jethro Tull Christmas Album.
Gack! What a horrid album save for Solstice Bells. Some of the instrumentals are tolerable.

KenSchwartz
12-13-2010, 10:22 AM
C'mon Vax, don't hold back...how do you really feel? :)

thegooze
12-13-2010, 12:01 PM
It's better than Annie & Renuisance.:bang!: LMAO! Merry Christmas! :)

VAXman
12-13-2010, 12:13 PM
It's better than Annie & Renuisance.:bang!: LMAO! Merry Christmas! :)
I'd wish that you would stop insulting her here. These posts show with Google searches and I, personally, wish not to have the lovely Annie think poorly of AM.

thegooze
12-13-2010, 12:35 PM
Understood Vax. Hey I hope Ian Anderson Does'nt mind your comments. either. :winkies:

VAXman
12-13-2010, 12:38 PM
Understood Vax. Hey I hope Ian Anderson Does'nt mind your comments. either. :winkies:
Christmas music is pure cheese regardless of who does it. A single cover of a tune is one thing but and entire album... cheese!

OverHillandDale
12-13-2010, 01:32 PM
Christmas music is pure cheese regardless of who does it. A single cover of a tune is one thing but and entire album... cheese!

And a very happy holiday to you too, Ebeneezer. But you see, the point of this season, regardless of what actual holiday one celebrates (if any), is that it is not what is served at the gathering, but with whom you share the experience.

VAXman
12-13-2010, 03:18 PM
And a very happy holiday to you too, Ebeneezer. But you see, the point of this season, regardless of what actual holiday one celebrates (if any), is that it is not what is served at the gathering, but with whom you share the experience.
Ebeneezer celebrates the meaning of Christmas by making this site available for all to fault he who hath made it a giving season all year long.