Radio Free GAK Episode December 15, 2008

rfg #46 - "Smell my holiday cheer" (2008 December 15)

7:31am - 9:04am

Have some egg with your noggin. Merry Crimble and don't spend the holidays in the drunk tank (again).

Your yuletide vespers:

1. Low: Just Like Christmas (Christmas, 1999) Kranky
2. The Beatles: The Beatles' 1968 Christmas Record (The Beatles' Christmas Album, 1970) Apple
3. The Royal Guardsmen: Snoopy's Christmas (Snoopy And His Friends, 1967) Laurie
4. Jigsaw Seen: God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, 2004) Vibro-phonic
5. Grateful Dead: Cold Rain and Snow (Grateful Dead, 1967) Warner Brothers
6. King Khan and BBQ Show: Plump Righteous (Split 7", 2007) Norton
7. Jon Spencer: Big Yule Log Boogie (Subpop Singles Club 7", 1992) Subpop
8. The Chills: Special Time (Secret Box, 2001) Flying Nun
9. Servotron: Christmas Day of the Robot (There is no Santa Claus!, 1996) Amphetamine Reptile
10. Yerzmyey: Merry Christmas! Jesus Holy, Born So Lowly (The 8bits of Christmas, 2003) 8bitpeoples
11. Fognode: Carol of the Bells (A Mutated Christmas, 2001) Illegal Art
12. The Go! Team: The Ice Storm (The Power is On, 2004) Memphis Industries
13. Patton Oswalt: My Christmas Memory (Feeling Kinda Patton, 2004) United Musicians
14. Canadian Brass: I Saw Three Ships (The Canadian Brass Christmas Solos - Tuba, 1986) Hal Leonard
15. Frank Black: Holiday Song (Frankblackfrancis, 2004) SpinART
16. Star Wars Theatre: The Grinch Who Stole Christmas (?, before 1994) ?
17. Shadowy Men on a Shadowy Planet: Winterfresh (It's a Wonderful Record!, 1994) Jetpac
18. Morphine: Sexy Christmas Baby Mine (Best of 1992-1995, 2003)
19. Neko Case: Christmas Card from a Hooker in Minneapolis (New Coat of Paint: Songs of Tom Waits, 2000) Manifesto
20. James Brown: Soulful Christmas (Funky Christmas, 1995) Polydor
21. The Knife: Christmas Reindeer (2006) Rabid Records
22. Gorky's Zygotic Mynci: Christmas Eve (Spanish Dance Troupe, 1999) Mantra
23. Shadowy Men on a Shadowy Planet: Deck the Halls [featuring the Vienna Boys Choir and Brent Bambury] (It's a Wonderful Record!, 1994) Jetpac