Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Wednesday Night Update (36 Links)

Scrooge & Marley – I don’t want it to be me @ Pretty Much Amazing

A Familyre Christmas - Volume 3 via Largehearted Boy

Trapper Schoepp & The Shades :: Holiday Songs @ Muzzle of Bees

Hold Your Horse Is - Wonderful Christmastime @ the 405

Paul Allen ∞ The Vikes 12 Days Of Christmas @ The Late Greats

A Little Shopping Music, Please @ Tricks Synthetic Podcast

Swearing at Motorists @ The Ash Gray Proclamation

Happy Holidays from Vandaveer @ Each Note Secure

Tracey Thorn covers Sufjan Stevens’ “Sister Winter” @ Raised on Indie

Catch Me If You Can - You're at the Top of My List

GWAR Christmas Video Posted Online @ Metal Underground

Out of the East by Charley Pride and Away In A Manger by John Klein @ Falalalala

Christmas in Canada - Wilf Carter @ Hi Fi Holiday

The Forest and The Trees: Santa Claus is coming @ The Jangle Box

Walkmen @ 17 Seconds

Speakers in Code's 2010 Holiday Song Round Up via Largehearted Boy

Out on Blue Six Advent Calendar Day 15: The Anita Kerr Singers ‘The Bell That Couldn’t Jingle’

A scandipop advent! Day 15: ‘A Happy, Happy Year For Us All’, by Magnus Carlsson featuring Alcazar and The Golden Hits Ensemble

Aidan Moffat & Malcolm Middleton @ ayetunes

Noodle Box Xmas mix by DJ Killer Tomato

The Hollyoaks cast singing I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday @ Whats On Tv

Reissue Theory: “Christmas Cheers from Motown” and Back Tracks: The Christmas Sounds of the Beach Boys @ The Second Disc

Christmas in Wistful Vista: Part 1 @ Old Radio

The Christmas Raccoons @ Me and You and a Blog Named Boo

Christmas Commercial Countdown, Day 15: After the Robot Holocaust @ Bully Says

Back for Christmas(1956) @ The Lightning Bug's Lair

Soaky Santa @ Patrick Owsley

The First Christmas @ Vintage Kid's Books My Kid Loves

Christmas in Ritual and Tradition, Christian and Pagan by Clement A. Miles @ Project Gutenberg

Spritz Cookies @ Simply Recipes

Christmas songs: a feast decoded @ Eatocracy

Raising the Bar -- Wassail @ /Food

Meet The City's Tree Vendors, Part 4: View From the Streets @ Gothamist

The old versus the new @ BBC History