Radio Show, 23 December 2007, WUSB

Bob Longman Sun 12:30-2:30 pm 23 December 2007
WUSB 90.1 FM, wusb.fm
N=new to WUSB L=Local (Long Island) I=instrumental
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Gabriel’s Message — Jars of Clay — Christmas Songs — N
(Santa’s Off on a) Sleigh Ride — the Blenders — When It Snows
Jingle Bell Jamboree — Keb Mo
We Three Kings — Mario Lanza — Christmas W. Mario
First Noel/Mary Mary — Sarah McLachlan — Wintersong
Secret Santa — GrooveBarbers — Glory — N
Please Come Home for Christmas — James O’Malley — — L
Christmas Cookies — Martha Trachtenberg — — L
The Season of Hope — Tim Dillon — — N, L
In the Bleak Midwinter — Dan Fogelberg
Lulazje, Jezuniu — Diane Zeigler
Ave Maria — YoYoMa, Bobby McFerrin
O Holy Night — Luciano Pavarotti
Bring A Torch, Jeanette Isabella — Kathleen Battle
Le Sommeil De L’Enfant Jesus — the Edlos
Let’s Do the Elf Dance — Sufjan Stevens
Silent Night — If Thousands, Haley Bonar
If You Were Born Today — Low
Ice — Shelleyan Orphan
And On That Day — Phil Keaggy
It’s Christmas Time — Smokey Robinson & the Miracles
Last Month of the Year — Fairfield Four
White Christmas — the Ravens
Coventry Carol / Carol of the Bells — Bob Westcott — Christmas — L, N, I
River — Joni Mitchell — Blue
Little Road to Bethlehem — Shawn Colvin
Dealramh Go Deo — Clannad
White Christmas — Bing Crosby
Merry Christmas Darling — the Carpenters
Nothing But A Child — Steve Earle
O Come O Come Emmanuel — Bob Westcott — Christmas — L, N, I
The Christmas Song (1946, strings added) — Nat King Cole

Santa walks on the wild side with the Blenders. (Did Lou Reed hear this?)
McLachlan really tries something here, and it comes of well.
If O’Malley doesn’t get to you with this one, your tear ducts must’ve been removed.

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