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Happy February 2010 Rudolph Day Everyone!

Here’s this month’s offering for unwrapping:

http://www.kgal.com/Christmas_Card_2009.asp

Four hours of the 2009 “Christmas Card” hosted by a cat named Radio Ray Peitz for KGAL NewsTalk 1580 in Albany, Oregon.

Check this out too - http://www.kgal.com/MennoniteChristmas.asp
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Happy March 2010 Rudolph Day!

Inspired by the Useless Information thread, this month’s offering is a total bummer. Well, the first part of the podcast is anyway.

Folk Singer/Songwriter Woody Gutherie even immortalized this 1913 Incident in a 1941 song.

From the Useless Information web page in form of a podcast:

UI #29 - The 1913 Calumet Christmas Party Disaster

A Christmas Eve celebration for the children of Calumet, Michigan turned into a death trap. Listen to find out the details of this tragic story. Also learn about Mary Anderson's invention, a Christmas watermelon miracle, Chinese Christmas cards, and IBM computer punch card wreaths.

http://uselessinformation.libsyn.com...post_id=563602
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Merry April 2010 Rudolph Day!

Courtesy of stubbysfears over at the Fa, here are 34 OOP Vinyl Christmas shares at a blog called Recordo Obscura.

http://recordoobscura.blogspot.com/s...abel/Christmas

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Inspired by the Useless Information thread, this month’s offering is a total bummer. Well, the first part of the podcast is anyway.

Folk Singer/Songwriter Woody Gutherie even immortalized this 1913 Incident in a 1941 song.

From the Useless Information web page in form of a podcast:

UI #29 - The 1913 Calumet Christmas Party Disaster

A Christmas Eve celebration for the children of Calumet, Michigan turned into a death trap. Listen to find out the details of this tragic story. Also learn about Mary Anderson's invention, a Christmas watermelon miracle, Chinese Christmas cards, and IBM computer punch card wreaths.

http://uselessinformation.libsyn.com...post_id=563602
Okay, so it took me a bit of time to get around to this one. Quite the history lesson, not very festive, but there are quite a few happy/sad songs out there.
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Okay, so it took me a bit of time to get around to this one. Quite the history lesson, not very festive, but there are quite a few happy/sad songs out there.
Quite all right, AMD! I’m down to sharing a link once a month on Rudolph Day. I felt that I may have been overwhelming folks with a link a week. To be honest, I can even get overwhelmed. Too little time, however the one terabyte drive is adequate…for now.

There’s still a lot to be shared, but I’ll try to keep it in moderation. Hopefully the links are still good as people have time to click on them. Remember, the secret stash is always available for those that have the time and want to get ahead!
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I fear saying "there aren't enough hours in the day" makes me sound as old as my grandfather the first time I heard those words uttered.

I'm sure I'm not the only one who appreciates you digging up and sharing the thousands upon thousands of Christmas gems over the years.
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Bah & The Hambugs Christmas Eve Podcast 2007 with links for 2006 & 2005 - http://tinyurl.com/5cwmkr
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Since 1985 Bah & the Humbugs have been the quintessential satirical Christmas band.

http://www.fjordstone.com/bah/earlier.html

In the last few years, B&H Christmas Eve podcasts have been a staple for their fans. If you have missed any of these, don’t despair! Five years (2005 to 2009) await you at:

http://www.podcastdirectory.com/podcasts/6527
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Happy Half Christmas 2010!

...and a good June Rudolph Day to ya!

84 WHAS is a radio station in Louisville, Kentucky USA that has covered the Kentuckiana area since July 1922. I often listened at night during the 80’s & 90’s to a show called “Joe Donovan’s Rock-N-Roll Revival.” Now an all talk station owed by Clear Channel, WHAS was a favorite for music listeners back in the day.

This time around we will pick up some Christmas broadcast nuggets from around the eighties including a WHAS audio production of “A Christmas Carol” featuring air personalities of the day. My man Joe Donovan is amongst the players. If memory serves, WHAS would make these programs available by cassette to benefit local charities. I am happy to own one of those productions that I purchased by mail some time ago.

In addition, there is a 1968 air check from station WLRS (another station broadasting to the Louisville area) at this link.

The site states that these special Christmas files are available for a limited time. I just stumbled upon this today (June 2010) and encountered no problems downloading all six files.

So, dig in and enjoy! - http://lkyradio.com/christmas.htm
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Several members at The Fa are sharing OOP items for Christmas in July. One of them, Ernie (Not Bert) is in full swing with a share every day in July 2010. You won’t want to miss this! And our own HoosierChristmas has a couple of shares here.

Remember, grab these quickly as most will be available for a limited time!
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