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Doug Legacy & The Legends Of The West - Christmas On The Range / Christmas In Prison flac album
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Doug Legacy & The Legends Of The West - Christmas On The Range / Christmas In Prison flac album

Performer:
Doug Legacy & The Legends Of The West
Album:
Christmas On The Range / Christmas In Prison
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Genre:
Style:
Rock & Roll, Country Rock
MP3 archive size:
1229 mb
FLAC archive size:
1563 mb
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Rating:
4.2
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A1 Christmas On The Range
Producer – Ry Cooder, Van Dyke ParksWritten-By – Tobias*, Simon*, Newell*
2:23
B1 Christmas In Prison
Producer – Ry CooderWritten-By – John Prine
3:12

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Greg Lee Processing – L-19074

Credits

  • Accordion – Ry Cooder (tracks: B)
  • Artwork – Pete Dicks
  • Bass – Jorge Calderón
  • Drums – Jim Keltner
  • Fiddle – David Mansfield
  • Guitar – Ry Cooder (tracks: A)
  • Layout, Design – Jenifer Palmer-Lacy
  • Percussion – Rex Golston
  • Photography By – Jan Tieken
  • Piano – Van Dyke Parks
  • Steel Drums – Jim Unfried

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout etched): 2121DL-A L-19074
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout etched): 2121DL-B L-19074-X

John Prine re-recorded many of his earlier songs and the "new" versions show a bit more of a mellower John Prine. Anyway you can get him, he's a National Treasure! This is "Christmas In Prison" from his "Souvenirs" album which was released in 2000.

4 Opinions of the creators. On this album, they also sing their own improvised version of "The Twelve Days of Christmas", which is frequently played on the radio around the holidays in both Canada and the United States. While hugely popular in the . The Strange Brew movie was released by MGM in 1983. The SCTV legends returned to the Great White North at a charity event held in Toronto in 2017. The event was to help raise money for spinal cord injuries. Jake Thomas, son of musician Ian Thomas and Dave's nephew was in a snowmobile accident that paralyzed him from the waist down.

Christmas In Prison - Doug Legacy. Featured on Hey You! More by Doug Legacy. The Gumbo Brotherhood. Alice and the Rabbit. Lost Planet 3 (Original Soundtrack). Listen to Doug Legacy now. Listen to Doug Legacy in full in the this site app. Play on this site.

Lyrics to Christmas in Prison by Doug Legacy from the Hey You album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more! . It was Christmas in prison and the food was real good We has turkey and pistols carved out of wood I dream of her always even when I don't dream Her name's on my tongue and her blood's in my strings. Wait a while eternity Old Mother Nature's got nothin' on me Come to me, run to me, come to me now I'm rollin' my sweetheart I'm flowin' by God. She reminds me of a chess game with someone I admire Or a picnic in the rain after a prairie fire Her heart is as big as this whole goddamn jail And she's sweeter than saccharine at a drug store sale.

The Ghost of Christmas Present or The Spirit of Christmas Present is a fictional character in the work A Christmas Carol by novelist Charles Dickens. The Spirit closely resembles Father Christmas from local folklore.

It features Star Wars–themed Christmas songs. The album was produced by Meco Monardo, the man who recorded the infamous disco version of A New Hope's main theme. Anthony Daniels voiced C-3PO, and Ben Burtt provided the sounds for R2-D2 and Chewbacca.

The tradition of the National Christmas Tree on the White House lawn started in 1923 with President Calvin Coolidge. In 1908, he used telephone wire to string together small bulbs from a telephone exchange and decorated a table top tree with them. Leavitt Morris, the son of Ralph, wrote an article in 1952 for the Christian Science Monitor, about his father inventing Christmas Tree lights, as he was un-aware of the Edison lights. In 1885 a hospital in Chicago burned down because of candles on a Christmas Tree. In 1908 insurance companies in the USA tried to get a law made that would ban candles from being used on Christmas Trees because of the many fires they had caused.

Spend Christmas in the Philippines. The festival attracts spectators from all over the country and across the globe. A beast-like demon creature that roams city streets frightening kids and punishing the bad ones – nope, this isn’t Halloween, but St. Nicholas’ evil accomplice, Krampus. In Austrian tradition, St. Nicholas rewards nice little boys and girls, while Krampus is said to capture the naughtiest children and whisk them away in his sack

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer was invented by Montgomery Ward copywriter Robert L. May in 1939, as a way to lure customers into the store. Children in Brazil often receive gifts from the Magi on Three Kings Day, or Epiphany, as well as from Papai Noel on Christmas Eve. With no use for chimneys in the tropical climate, they believe Papai Noel enters via the front door, and travels via helicopter rather than a reindeer-drawn sleigh

The Queen's 1957 Christmas Broadcast was an historic event, as it was the first to be televised. It was also the 25th anniversary of the first Christmas Broadcast on the radio. The broadcast was made live from the Long Library at Sandringham, Norfolk. Today is another landmark because television has made it possible for many of you to see me in your homes on Christmas Day. My own family often gather round to watch television as they are this moment, and that is how I imagine you now. I very much hope that this new medium will make my Christmas message more personal and direct. It is inevitable that I should seem a rather remote figure to many of you.