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SOP 012A – Bonus Episode

December 16, 2007

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Show Notes
This program was originally released to limited family and friends in December 2006.

Welcome to the Smith Family Holiday Podcast. This is our very first program! We hope you enjoy it. You will hear fascinating stories like Neil’s memories of the console record player, the incomparable Robert Goulet and Al Gore’s lockbox.
We also chat about Catholic School, Christmas fashion and the Clooney family.
Somehow we even work in “Battlestar Galactica” and They Might Be Giants. These are a few of our favorite holiday things!

Music Guide

“Silent Night”
Written by: Joseph Mohr and Franz Gruber
Performed by: Neil Smith

“What Child Is This”
Written by: William Chatterton Dix
Note: the music is from “Greensleeves,” 16th Century English melody
Performed by: Neil Smith

“I Wonder as I Wander”
Written by: John Jacob Niles
Performed by: Neil Smith

“The First Noel”
Tradtional Carol
Performed by: Mari Smith

“Suzy Snowflake”
Written by: Sid Tepper & Roy C. Bennett
Performed by: Venus Hum
Album: Switched on Christmas
http://venushum.com
iTunes

“Silent Night”
Performed by: Over the Rhine
Album: The Darkest Night of the Year
http://overtherhine.com
iTunes

“Lo How a Rose E’er Blooming”
15th Century German Carol
Performed by: Neil Smith

Movie Guide
Scrooged

Holiday Inn

White Christmas

The Bishop’s Wife

The obligatory Depeche Mode link:
http://www.depechemode.com

The closing audio clip from “Scrooged” was used with absolutely no permission whatsoever. So there!

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. December 16, 2007 2:14 pm

    Happy Birthday, Laura! I love you!

  2. December 17, 2007 9:45 pm

    Thanks for the bonus show! And especially for pointing me towards Venus Hum’s version of Suzy Snowflake. I love the Rosemary Clooney version, but not as much as the Venus Hum version.

  3. December 18, 2007 10:17 am

    You are welcome, Walt! That VH song is off a really great Christmas CD they did. I think you’d like it. It’s called “Switched on Christmas.”

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