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Part the third of a holiday happenstance. [more inside]
Part 2 of a Christmas collage featuring one of our cats, The Big Delicious, on solo cat voice. [more inside]
mashy mashy with The Big Delicious, part one. [more inside]
Hollywood is famous for its annual Christmas Parade, which inspired the song "Here Comes Santa Claus (Right Down Santa Claus Lane)", which Gene Autrey wrote after playing Santa in the parade and hearing children call out to him. I decided to write my own song about the event, as experienced by slightly older children -- the homeless teens who used to (and probably still do) squat in abandoned buildings and under bridges in Hollywood. Ah, memories. [more inside]
This is as close to the original melody as I could get while in a minor key. Imagine being on a holiday getaway where everything goes terribly because of the weather.
Ya. Kind of a Norman Bates take on it.
Eve from Wall-E sings the Christmas standard.
A NSFW song about Mary (full of grace!) recorded in 2001 on a Tascam 4 track with an SP-202 and some ridiculous records and friends. From the same album as last year's Tryptophantastic. [more inside]
This may be a bit of a stretch for the music challenge, but it's supposed to be poking fun. [more inside]
Another track from the 2002 Christmas album. Now with 100% less blasphemy. [more inside]
A cover of the "I'll be watching you" of Christmas songs, recorded with my dear friend okclementine. [more inside]
A Christmas song about a man who kills his cheating wife and her lover on the eve of our Lord's birthday... [more inside]
The original broken Christmas carol. [more inside]
Everyone dreams of a white Christmas, but nobody does anything about it. [more inside]
Originally by Alvin and the Chipmunks. For the MeFiMu December challenge. [more inside]
Compare and contrast. Rebecca Marculescu rocks the vox.
Did someone say "minor-key Jingle Bells"? [more inside]
Where I live is not the best or the worst place. Ypsilanti Mi Here we seem to have a abundance of Crack heads. But for some strange reason they all disappear when it gets cold out. This is their Christmas Carol. They Dont Know that you can still buy crack when its cold?
A track from my old band's 2002 Christmas EP. If you have any respect at all for me, or are offended by blasphemy or infant rape, you probably shouldn't listen to this. [more inside]
It's not really that satanic. And you can still dance to it Peanuts-style. [more inside]