Irene Trudel on WFMU, East Orange, NJ (91.1 & 90.1 FM)
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Playlist for December 20, 1999:

Mark Humble and The Ringers bring us some cheer.




*Indicates a selection from my collection
*Sean Grissom "We Three Kings" Just Cello for Christmas
*Peter K. "Deck Us All" (part 1) (from Pogo)
*St. George's Canzona "Festivities at the Manor: Fanfare /All hail to the days (To drive the cold Winter away /Captain Digorie Piper's galliard /I Saw Three Ships ?Pesant Dances (Tanz der Bauern und Tanz der Bäuerinnen" To Drive the Cold Winter Away: A Fireside Presentation of Music for Merry making Down the Ages
*Peter K. "Deck Us All" (part 2) (from Pogo)
*Sean Grisson "O Christmas Tree" Just Cello for Christmas

Joseph Spence "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town" A Rounder Christmas
*NRBQ "Christmas Wish" Christmas Wish
*Kenny Burrell "Merry Christmas, Baby" Have Yourself a Soulful Little Christmas
*John Fahey   The New Possibility
*Vince Guaraldi Trio "Skating" A Charlie Brown Christmas
*The Beatles 1967 The Beatles Christmas Album

Live performance by Mark Humble and The Ringers

(Mark Humble: lead vocals, songwriter, guitar /Dave Foster: lead guitar, vocals /Christopher Renquist: bass, vocals /David Penna: drums, vocals)


Mark Humble is a singer/songwriter based in NYC's East Village. Back when Nicholas Hill was hosting "The Music Faucet," a weekly live music show, I engineered several of Mark's live performances, first in a duo reminiscent of Simon & Garfunkel with Paul Perry, and in many other incarnations. Humble has nore of a "power pop" sound now, and has 1 album out, "Guilty Pleasure Cabaret." The Ringers are Mark's stellar backup band (including Bubble founder Dave Foster, who's been on my show many times), each with their own website. Mark Humble will have a new album out in early spring 2000 and you can preview a few songs at the Garage Band website.




*Steve Hackett "Narnia" /"Carry On Up the Vicarage" Please Don't Touch!
*Scott Appel "Winterlight" Parhelion
*Susan McKeown and Lindsay Horner "When All the Songs Were Sad" Through the Bitter Frost and Snow
*The Wretched Refuse String Band "Devil's Joy at Sabbath Breaking" The Wretched Refuse String Band
*John Sheehan "Buggy Ride" /"Bauer's Breakdown" Modern Man

*Moondog & The London Saxophonic "eee suite: Golden Fleece /Hymn to Peace" Sax Pax for a Sax
*The Christmas Jug Band "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas"  


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