Tuesday, December 18, 2007

A Rev. Frost Christmas

One week to go until Shane Macgowan's birthday.

Today, a toast to missing friends.

I mentioned on Saturday's post how we missed the Right and Good Rev. Frost and his site Spread The Good Word. , which is on hiatus for awhile. Frost posted some of the best Holiday tunes and mixes out there. And then I thought to myself, we don't have to have a completely Rev. Frost-free Xmas. As many of the regular visitors here know, Frost is not merely a music blogger, but a killer musician. And a year or so again, the revered Reverend shared a couple of his own Holiday recordings with us. And I'm gonna post them here. I don't think he'd mind.

Sounding like a rumble between Hank Williams, Link Wray, The Cramps, and, yes, Tom Waits, Frost weaves a voodoo stew of junkyard trash and Holiday glee. Perfect for gift-wrapping and cookie-baking.

And don't forget to stop by Barstool Mountain for more Holiday cheer.

Rock the tinsel!

Rev. Frost: God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (mp3)

Rev. Frost: Frosty The Snowman (mp3)

Are you broke yet? It's not the Holidays until you've spent all your money on bad sweaters and singing fish.

1 comment:

Reverend Frost said...

Ah ! A Lil' bit late, but thanx thanx thanx.
It's good to be home.