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10 October 2006

Christmas, Christmas Time Is Here



It wouldn't be Christmas without a new 7-inch release from David Bazan on Suicide Squeeze Records. This year Bazan takes on "Away in a Manger" and "O Little Town of Bethlehem." No word on whether he'll add verses to the songs, as he did last year with "Silent Night" (see above) and "God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen." It's only $6 and it's a small, 1,000 copy release, so this won't last long.

Relevant Status Quo Magazine also has a two-part interview with Bazan (part one here; part two here). It's semi-insightful.

And, while we're on the subject of Christmas, be sure you download Sufjan Stevens' "Sister Winter" and "That Was the Worst Christmas Ever."

Speaking of Christmas, is the War on Christmas™ still going on? Or did they send all those troops to Iraq?

Comments on "Christmas, Christmas Time Is Here"

 

Blogger Sean Carter said ... (10/11/2006 01:29:00 AM) : 

Carol singing has never been a serious affair but with the changing times its popularity has grown by leaps and bounds. The “hallelujahs” and the “silent nights” take us on a ride to the distant land peace and joy where a we get perfectly connected to God the Almighty. Came across some really cool stuffs at this amazing Christmas Blog Check it out people...

 

Blogger Marcguyver said ... (10/11/2006 03:17:00 AM) : 

I thought the war on Christmas was being waged by liberals and Democrats???
Surely they haven't sent any of their 'troops' to fight in Iraq...say it isn't so.

 

Blogger Wasp Jerky said ... (10/11/2006 08:24:00 AM) : 

Perhaps you've forgotten, marcguyver, but most of the current presidential administration has never seen combat. I think it's nine Democrats running for Congress this year who have, compared with two Republicans.

 

Blogger shelly said ... (10/15/2006 10:44:00 PM) : 

Speaking of Christmas, is the War on Christmas™ still going on? Or did they send all those troops to Iraq?

Hee! :D

Right now, I think the "war" is pretty hush-hush. It'll probably heat up again circa November. ;)

 

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