A real recording of a song I did on flat.io last year that made it onto A Fintastic Christmas.
Falsetto absolutely kills my chops. Or I guess what I like to call chops.
A re-writing of "Happy Halloween Two Thousand and Twenty Two.mp3" from A Spoopy Halloweeb. Make up your own "Boy Meets World" joke here.
I figured this song would be good as 1st wave ska. I think I was probably right, maybe.
From Parry Gripp's 2005 album "For Those About to Shop, We Salute You." or as the hip kids are calling it, FTATSWSY.
Just to clarify, that picture at the top is the days left until Christmas including the current day, Mountain Standard Time.
elematnry schol was teh best. maek up yuor own 'lerning" joek here.
Did you know that Johnny Marks wrote practically every Krismis song there is, including this one? And for some reason, he's not cited in the hymn book! Weird.
And they said that contra-alto clarinet wasn't a solo instrument. Well, look who's laughing now!
Wow, 4 traditionals in a row! What are The Odds? Apparantly, they're a band from Canada.
I had an idea for a song called "Are You Thinking About Me This Christmas (Cuz I'm Not Thinking About You)?" but it didn't come together in time, so here's this instead. Happy Christmas, or whatever.
Since today is Christmas observed, I figured I should do a song. I didn't have anything prepared, so here's an outtake from Fintastic Christmas. PS - It's not very good!