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Favoriting December 19, 2009: 2009 Holiday Spectacular!

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Artist Track
Fats Waller & His Rhythm  Swingin' Them Jingle Bells   Favoriting
Turtles, The  Santa & The Sidewalk Surfer   Favoriting
Nathaniel Mayer  Mr. Santa Claus   Favoriting
Del Reeves  Santa Looked A Lot Like Daddy   Favoriting
Del Reeves  Twistin With Santa Claus   Favoriting
Little Eva & Big Dee Irwin  I Wish You A Merry Christmas   Favoriting
Rev. J. M. Gates  Did You Spend Christmas Day in Jail?   Favoriting
Cadillacs, The  Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer   Favoriting
Four Seasons, The  Jungle Bells   Favoriting
WHAT'S IN MICHAEL'S MAILBOX?  Dave The Spazz left:   Favoriting
Jr. And His Soulettes  Rock & Roll Santa   Favoriting
Lulus, The  Joy to the World   Favoriting
Dexter Gordon  Jingle Jangle   Favoriting
Soulful Strings, The  Santa Claus Is Coming to Town   Favoriting
Paul Whiteman Orchestra  Christmas Night in Harlem   Favoriting
WHAT'S IN MICHAEL'S MAILBOX?  Mr. Finewine left:   Favoriting
Rose Graham  Black Christmas   Favoriting
Chandler Travis Philharmonic  If We Can Just Make It Through Christmas   Favoriting
Lord Nelson  A Party For Santa Claus   Favoriting
Jack Scott  There's Trouble Brewin'   Favoriting
Marlene Paul  I Wanna Spend Christmas With Elvis   Favoriting
WHAT'S IN MICHAEL'S MAILBOX?  Todd-O-Phonic-Todd left:   Favoriting
Everly Brothers, The  Christmas Eve Can Kill You   Favoriting
Detroit Junior  Christmas Day   Favoriting
WHAT'S IN MICHAEL'S MAILBOX?  Juniper left:   Favoriting
Art Carney  Santa And The Doodle-Li-Boop   Favoriting
Boys Next Door, The  The Wildest Christmas   Favoriting
WHAT'S IN MICHAEL'S MAILBOX?  Dennis Diken left:   Favoriting
Beach Boys, The  Little St. Nick (alt version)   Favoriting
Montana Slim  Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer   Favoriting
Ventures, The  Snow Flakes   Favoriting
Ventures, The  Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer   Favoriting
WHAT'S IN MICHAEL'S MAILBOX?  Gaylord Fields Left:   Favoriting
Leopards, The  Dancin' In The Snow   Favoriting
A MINUTE WITH  Scott Schinder   Favoriting
Three Stooges, The  Christmas Recording Session outake   Favoriting
Toppper Sixfinger  Commercial   Favoriting
Tom Carvel  Christmas Commercial ONE   Favoriting
Kayla  Frank, its cold!   Favoriting
Wipper Brothers, The  Home Visit From Santa   Favoriting
Tom Carvel  Christmas Commercial TWO   Favoriting

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Listener comments!


Welcome back, Michael.

No playlist today?

We are completely snowed in here in D.C. thanks for keeping us company Micheal.

Best wishes to you for the holidays and I hope magic fills your home for that delightful child.
Ken From Hyde Park:

Have you ever heard the Art Carney version of Doodly-Boop?

Gary Shandling was a writer on Sanford and Son.
Mark "Daddy-o Dilly" Dillman:

Many early episodes of "Sanford & Son" were adaptations of episodes of the British situation comedy "Steptoe & Son", which I have never seen.
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