Mumblin Earl’s Christmas Cracker

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Okay friends let’s get this up and out there. About late November people start poking about in old posts on this blog looking for some festive fun, so here’s a new link for last year’s christmas mix and so on.Last year I hit the christmas drinks stash a little early and pretty firmly and I got to messing about playing some records. I cooked up this mix for everybody to enjoy,  whole c90’s worth I been blastin’ out the tape deck in the truck. It has about everything from the sweet voice of darling miss Caitlin Rose all the way back to some crackly old blues from Lil’ McClintock. Kinky Freidman’s go at ‘Christmas Card From A Hooker In Minneapolis’ pops up, it’s growing on me y’know, Tom hisself is here reading a beautiful piece from Bukowski and in the second half we got a bunch of all out, solid gold, Old Record Club classics, ‘Elephant For Christmas’, ‘Merry Christmas From The Family’, ‘Christmas Tree On Fire’, the demented ‘Even Squeaky Fromme Loves Christmas’ and rounding out with the killer one-two punch of Big Star and Darlene Love. If’n that ain’t Christmas then I don’t know what. So, best wishes to you and yours for the holidays, click the big red title if you wanna download it and spread the love or just stream it here. Whatcha think Nancy wants from Mr. T for Christmas?  “This ain’t the kinda cracker I had in mind”

Do You Hear What I Hear?

Vince Guaraldi Trio  –  Christmas Is Coming
Porter Wagoner  –  Frosty The Snowman
Jack Scott  –  There’s Trouble Brewin’
Caitlin Rose with Keegan DeWitt  –  You Never Come Home For Christmas
Lil McClintock  –  Don’t Think I’m Santa Claus
Cotton Top Mountain Sanctified Singers  –  Christ Was Born On Christmas Morn
Youngsters  –  Christmas in Jail
Kinky Friedman  –  A Christmas Card From A Hooker In Minneapolis
Nick Lowe & Los Straitjackets  –  Children Go Where I Send Thee
Violent Femmes  –  Happy New Year Next Year
Esther Phillips  –  Far Away Christmas Blues
Eddie Hazelwood  –  Blue Shadows On A White Christmas Tree
Frontier Ruckus  –  Christmas Eve, Driving Home
Tom Waits  –  Nirvana
Mark Kozelek  –  Do You Hear What I Hear?
Brian Setzer Orchestra  –  Angels We Have Heard on High
Rudi and the Rain Dearz  –  Santa’s New Bag
Hank Thompson  –  I’d Like To Have An Elephant For Christmas
Loretta Lynn  –  I Won’t Decorate Your Christmas Tree
Hank Snow  –  Reindeer boogie
Johnny Cash  –  Little Drummer Boy
Michelle Cody  –  Merry Christmas Elvis
El Vez  –  Santa Claus Is Sometimes Brown
Robert Earl Keen  –  Merry Christmas From The Family
Arthur Lyman  –  Mele Kalikimaka
Los Straightjackets  –  God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
Holly Golightly  –  Christmas Tree On Fire
Rev. Glen Armstrong  –  Even Squeaky Fromme Loves Christmas
Ramsey Lewis  –  Christmas Blues
Patsy Raye  –  Beatnik’s Wish
Staple Singers  –  Silent Night
Big Star  –  Jesus Christ
Darlene Love  –  Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)

~ by Mumblin' Earl on December 2, 2016.

2 Responses to “Mumblin Earl’s Christmas Cracker”

  1. […] gots to get ahead on these things sometimes for your own peace of mind. Other folks are keen so I got the recent xmas mix up fer ’em the other day but I ain’t played it myself yet this year. It ends with Darlene […]

  2. […] stretch here, last minute panic buying and so on. Here’s another old christmas mix in case the ‘Christmas Cracker‘ one wore out its welcome already. There’s a couple of upbeat and/or more modern moments on it […]

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