Friday, December 18, 2009

Horny Holidays

When my alarm went off this morning my local radio DJ said something like only seven days till Christmas, and my mind went holy crap where in heck did this month go. The insanity and madness that is gripping the North American continent will soon be over. I don't know what it's like in other parts of the world right now, so I can only speak of present experience. This will be my only posting to feature Christmas music this year. Homercat will probably grace these pages a couple more times this year and then it will be vacation time until 2010.

Good Rockin recently passed it's six year mark of bringing you the best of rocking goodness. Homercat doesn't exactly get the goods out on a daily basis, but unlike many other fine music blogs who have closed up shop, he is still around. So it has kind of been a Christmas tradition here to post up the best Christmas song that I know of. Those of you who have followed Rockin' for more than a year will be familiar of what I speak about. It has been upped every year just in case someone has missed it or for those who have never heard it. This year I'm going whole hog and putting up the whole damn album. If you are a Mojo fan, this is arguably his best CD. If you are looking for something different in your holiday music, here it is. This recording sounds like Mojo and the Toadliquors got together for a few (too many) drinks to rehearse, and just ended up recording that. It's a great mix of R&B, traditional, and a few original songs. The singing and playing may be a little sloppy, but the inspired piano playing by Wet Dawg more than makes up any musical short-comings. A Christmas album for the masses who despise Christmas albums. Mojo's interpretations and "re-wordings" of classic Christmas tunes, as well as some original tunes leads to a FUNKY-FINE CHRISTMAS!!! This is the best holiday album I own which contains the best Chritmas song ever which also may be one of the best songs ever in the song It's Christmas Time.

1. Happy Birthday
2. Trim Yo' Tree
3. Good King Wenceslas
4. Mr. Grinch
5. Head Crushing Yuletide Sing-A-Long
6. It's Christmas Time
7. Jingle Bells
8. Boogie Woogie Santa Clause
9. Santa Clause Go Straight To The Ghetto
10. Run Rudolf Run
11. We Three Kings
12. Everyday Will Be A Holiday
13. Sleigh Ride
14. Little Man Song
15. Go Tell It On A Mountain
16. 'Twas The Night Before Christmas

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Christmas Wrapping by The Donnas
Song For a Winters Night by Sarah McLachlan
Christmas Card From a Hooker in Minneapolis by Tom Waits


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