Thursday, December 3, 2009


Well, apparently (as he's Paul McCartney, for cheese's sake), no one else COULD do better than that... that's why the lovely folks at Meat Free Monday have released the rocked out, extended, made of awesome version of Meat Free Monday (It's A Fun Day) on their website!
They suggest a donation (which I may also recommend), but, if you're a cheapskate (like me!), it isn't one of those have to things... and no, I don't feel guilty for just downloading it.

And... it's Thursday! Time for another For Whom The Bell Tells! After reading this week's installment, I feel compelled to share this photo with you...

(Don't ask...)

Seeing as this blog is coming to it's natural conclusion, it's time for another Beatles Christmas record! (Please, save some enthusiasm for Meat Free Monday.)
We're traveling back to the revolutionary 1967 for this track.
Originally spliced and used sporadically throughout the psychedelic Christmas record, this cut of Christmas Time (Is Here Again) features the spoken word wishes of merriment from the lads which weren't included on the original record.
Until the 1970 bootleg, The Beatles Christmas Album, a compilation of every Christmas flexi-disc, this had only been available as a special order item from the fan club.
This was also the last Christmas record where each member of the band was present at the same time to record, in case you were wondering.
So, sit back, and enjoy this little snippet!

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