Christmas always starts in Summer...

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Hay Jer, I had some reports about the album and a a comment I just tried to add to the old feed and then OOPS!

Can you try to get them in please?
 

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I was hoping not to have to try and remember and type a long post again.
 

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Okay, so how did you all feel about the parts that weren't Dominick The Donkey? :D
 

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Haven’t heard all yet...sampling’s make it a nice one to have , tired of hearing all the overplayed shit....’cept for Dominick the Donkey.....
 
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Allan Sherman maybe but Pentatonix was from this year, when have you ever heard Joni Mitchell from 1968 on a Christmas CD and The Magnificent Seven??

And I ended it with a New Year's song from another doo-wop band.

The beginning was a tribute to Carrie Fisher. Something of all kinds.

And JOE SATRIANI!

It's only 64 minutes

wait, I think our old smilies are doubled maybe in the list.
 

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PS Dave, I find myself singing Chinga de ching, it's Dominick the Donkey quite a bit myself, it's kinda fun.
 

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So does The Magnificent Seven, and I don't automatically connect it to cigarette ads anymore. That was a really bad way to treat Elmer Bernstein, one of my favorite composers.
 

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Good news coming!

I'm busy remastering and reworking the 2014 Merry Christmas CD package to sent to Dave for uploading and I'm looking to find the rest of the albums...when did I start this, 2012?

It's only 39 minutes long, like 80s country tapes... ;) Almost there.
 

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UPDATE!!! DOUG HAS UPLOADED the somewhat remastered and repaired version of Merry Christmas 2014 PACF to the downloads...and meanwhile, here is the reworked cover, no song keft out and crossed on the titles manually anymore and as much of the Sharpie's bleed through fixed as I could manage, reformatted for a full folding card instead of a single sheet.

Merry Christmas 2014 PACF cover.png 2014 titles insert.png

I realize that the titles side is not to scale, you can fix that when you print it, I never did get it to size right.
 
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Somebody just got the first Christmas present around here but I'll let him tell you :D :D :D
 
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thanks a ton Steve, and everyone else, too!!!






and here is the exact three tape types that comprised my first ever TYPE-IIs, handed down from my folks back around 1999/2000.

the MAXELL XL-II 1988 and TDK SA 1984 are courtesy of Steven (Thanks, man!!!) and the MAXELL XL-IIS 1989 is from a 5-pack, found at that local rummage sale over a decade ago;


 
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