First broadcast December 27, 2002

Music Of The Season

10 p.m. to Midnight Host: Steve Winters

The second of three programs of seasonal music, this program is primarily an assortment of secular songs associated with the holidays, including parodies and a more serious set of songs aimed at remembering and aiding the less fortunate a love we should be practicing year ’round, not just at the holidays. Like last week’s program of sacred songs, this, too, is a holiday gift from the programmer: Lots of music, little talk!

  • Artist, "Title", Album, Label

  • Paul Greaver, “Heigh Ho Holiday”, Winter Spirit, Alcazar

  • Artisan, “Paper Angels”, “The Wassail Of Figgy Duff”, Paper Angels, Boing!

  • Boys Of The Lough, “Da Cold Nights O’ Winter/Da Blue Yow/Da Spirit O’ Whiskey”, Midwinter Night’s Dream, Blix Street

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  • Magpie, “The Story Of Chanukah”, Last Month Of The Year, Sliced Bread

  • Herdman Hills Mangsen, “Hanerot Halalu”, Voices Of Winter, Gadfly

  • Neal & Leandra, “It Happened Once”, “Listen To The Angels”, Listen To The Angels, Uncle Gus Music

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  • Sam Bush, “Sleigh Ride”, Tinsel Tunes, Sugar Hill

  • Cyndi Wheeler & Del McCoury Band, “I’ll Be Home For Christmas”, Christmas On the Mountain, Universal South

  • Del McCoury Band, “Blue Christmas”, Christmas On The Mountain, Universal South

  • Laurie Lewis & Tom Rozum, “If We Make It Through December”, Winter’s Grace, Signature Sounds

  • Butch Baldarassi, “Joy To The World”, Evergreen, SoundArt

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  • Magpie, “To Drive The Cold Winter Away”, “No Room For You Inside”, Last Month Of The Year, Sliced Bread

  • John Prine, “Christmas In Prison”, Souvenirs, Oh Boy

  • Loudon Wainwright III, “Christmas Morning”, Bah! Humbug, Greentrax

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  • Artisan, “A Christmas Carol”, Paper Angels, Boing!

  • Nowell Sing We Clear, “Kris Kringle”, “Sherburne”, The Best Of Nowell Sing We Clear, Front Hall

  • Boys Of The Lough, “Da Trowie Burn”, Midwinter Night’s Dream, Blix Street

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  • Bill Barclay, “The Twelve Days Of Christmas”, Bah! Humbug, Greentrax

  • Robert Earl Keen, “Merry Christmas From The Family”, Tinsel Tunes, Sugar Hill

  • Ledward Kaapana, “C-H-R-I-S-T-M-A-S”, Ki Ho Alu Christmas, Dancing Cat