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Posted on Monday, December 27, 2004

Play List for 12/24/04
1. A reading of "Christmas At Long Pond" by William T. George illustrated by Lindsey Barrett George from Greenwillow Books.
2. Christmas At Long Pond was read over "Variations On the Kannon" by George Winston from his December cd from 1982.
3. "Oh Christmas Tree" from a cd called Christmas In The Smokey Mountains on Unison Records.
4. "Silent Night All Day Long" from A John Prine Christmas on Oh Boy Records.
5. "Silent Night" by Emmy Lou Harris from her 1979 Warner Brothers release Light Of The Stable.
6. "Russian Christmas Overture" by John Fahey from a vinyl called Christmas With John Fahey Volume 2.
7. Christmas poem by Kiah Rose Lynch.
8. "Away In A Manager" by Johnny Cash from Country Christmas.
9. "Ava Maria" by the Ware Patterson Duo from An Angel Noel on Sugo Records from 1991.
10. "Go Tell It On The Mountain" from Christmas In The Smokey Mountains.
11. "Christmas In St. Paul" by Last Train Home from a cd called Holiday Limited http://www.lasttrainhome.com
12. "Nothing But A Child" by Steve Earle from 1998's Copperhead Road.
13. "Beautiful Star Of Bethlehem" by Emmy Lou Harris from Light Of The Stable.
14. "Shephard" by Bruce Cockburn from his Christmas cd on True North Records from 1993.
15. "Holiday Schottisch" from Beautiful Dreamer-The Songs Of Stephen Foster.
16. "Carol Of The Bells" by George Winston from December.
Happy Holidays From Ramble Tamble

Posted on Sunday, December 19, 2004

Play List for 12/17/04
1. "Home For Christmas" by Last Train Home from their 2000 cd Holiday Limited on Adult Swim Records.http://www.lasttrainhome.com
2. "Blue Christmas" by Leon Redbone from Christmas Island a 2003 release from Rounder Records.
3. "The Swan (Carnival Of The Animals)" by the Ware Patterson Duo from An Angel's Noel on Sugo Records.
4. "We Wish You A Merry Christmas" from a cd entitled Christmas In The Smokey Mountains on Unison Records.
5. "Everything Is Cool" by John Prine from a John Prine Christmas on Oh Boy Records.
6. "Fairy Tale Of New York" by The Pogues from If I Should Fall From Grace With God. This is from a 1987 vinyl recording and features a vocal duet by Shane MacGowan and the late Kirsty MacCool.Sugar Hill Records.
7. "Merry Christmas From The Family" by Robert Earl Keen from Gringo Honeymoon. A Sugar Hill Records release.
8. "The Holly And The Ivy" by George Winston from December. A 1982 Windham Record Release.
9. "Christmas Island" by Leon Redbone from Christmas Island.
10."Il Est Ne - Ce Berger" by The Chieftains With Kate And Anna McGarrigle from The Chieftains 1991 release on Windham Records entitled Bells of Dublin.
11. "Christmas In Washington" by Steve Earle from Concerts For A Landmine Free World from 2001.
12. "1913 Massacre" by Woody Guthrie from Hard Travelling, a Smithsonian Folkways release from 1998.
13. "1913 Massacre Part II" by Tom Flannery from The Home Office Sessions Volume 1. http://www.tomflannery.com
14. "Ring Them Bells" by Bob Dylan from Oh Mercy.
Happy Holidays from Rambel Tamble!

Posted on Saturday, December 11, 2004

Play List 12/10/04
This show is dedicated to the infamous monkey people of Plymouth, Minnesota.
1. "Monkey And The Engineer" by the Grateful Dead from Reckoning. 1981 Arista Records.
2. "The Monkey And The Fiddle" by Charivari from I Want To Dance With You. A 2000 recording from Rounder Select.
3. "Shock The Monkey" by Don Ho from When Pigs Fly (Songs You'd Never Thought You'd Hear). A 2000 recording from Xemu Records.
4. "Space Monkey" by John Prine from 1997's Live On Tour.
5. "One Monkey Don't Stop The Show" by Big Maybelle from The Complete Okeh Sessions 1952 to 1955. Maybelle Louis Smith born 1924, died in 1971.
6. "One Monkey" by Gillian Welch from Soul Journey. 1993 Acony Records.
7. "Monkey Wash-Donkey Rinse" by David Lindley and Ry Cooder from Enjoy Every Sandwich Songs Of Warren Zevon. 2004 Artemis Records.
8. "Magilla Gorilla"
9. "Gorilla Sounds" from 101 Digital Sound Effects (Sounds Of Nature). On Lazer Light Records.
10. "The Monkey" by the Dirty Dozen Brass Band from This Is Jazz No. 30 from 1997 Sony Records.
11. "Ape Man" by the Kinks.
12. "Tweeter And The Monkey Man" by the Travelling Wilburys from 1988 on Wilburys Records.
13. "I'm Gettin Nothin For Christmas" by Billy Pressman from K-Tels Dumb Ditties.
14. "Bad Bad Leroy Brown" by Jim Croce
15. "Shackles And Chains" and
16. "Clean Elvis" by Dan Reeder from his self titled cd. Dan is a recent addition to John Prine's Oh Boy Records catalog. He is an artist who now lives in Germany and the entire recording was done by him on his own homemade instruments.http://www.ohboy.com

Posted on Saturday, December 04, 2004

Play LIst for 12/03/04
1. "Highway Cafe" by Tom Waits from Pearls In The Snow a tribute to the music of Kinky Friedman.
2. "Rosie" by Tom Waits from his 1973 cd Closing Time on Elecktra Records.
3. "Innocent When You Dream" by Lana Lane from Ballad Collection on Think Tank Media.
4. "Old Shoes" by Tom Waits from The Early Years-Volume 2, a 1993 release from Manifesto Records.
5. "Better Off Without A Wife" by Tom Waits from Nighthawks At The Diner. A 1975 Asylum Record.
6. "Looks Like I'm Up Shit Creek Again" by Nora O'Connor from Down To The Promise Land-5 Years Of Bloodshot Records. http://www.bloodshotrecords.com
7. "Rainbirds" an instrumental from Waits' 1983 recording Swordfishtrombones on Island Records.
8. "I Don't Want To Grow Up" by Tom Waits from 1992's Bone Machine.
9. "Jockey Full Of Bourbon" by The Blue Hawaiians from their 1999 cd Savage Night on Coolsville Records.http://www.pascalrecords.com/b_bluehawaiians.html
10. "The Heart Of Saturdya Night" by Chris Daniels and the Kings from Is My Love Enough on Flying Fish records.
11. "Frank's Wild Years" by Tom Waits from Swordfishtrombones.
12. "Time" by TBone Burnett from his self-titled 1996 cd on Dot Records.
13. "I'm Your Late Night Evening Prostitute" by Tom Waits from The Early Years Volume 1 from 1991.
14. "On The Nickel" by Tom Waits from The Heart Of Saturday Night 1974 Electra Records.
Happy 55th Birthday Tom Waits. Born 12/7/49. Thanks for the music!