The Full “Seasonal” Catastrophe – 3rd December 2011

In Uncategorized on December 3, 2011 at 9:55 pm

Hosted & posted by Andy “Jingle” Bell(s)

‘Tis the season to be jolly, so here is the Reverand Jolly.

Talk about ho, ho, ho.

Was ever the vocal part of TFC as sexy as this night ?

Laryngitis hovered around and the studio reeked of Fisherman’s Friend … his name was Gregory as I recall !

Next week TFC gives way with aplomb, elan & good cheer to the glory that is “Carols by queerlight“.

I will be in Perth for work, so expect some reflections on my return to the West after about 15 years away.

Meanwhile, here’s a playlist that was arranged with much awareness of the political wrangling by a certain political party on this day.


Downtown – Petula Clark

Ffunny Friends – Unknown Mortal Orchestra

The Street Where You Live – Vic Damone

Taboo To Love – Steve Wonder

Lipstick – David Carbonara

I Wish I Didn’t Love You So – KD Lang

My Resistance Is Low – Hoagy Carmichael

Nina – Noel Coward

Baby It’s Cold Outside – Dean Martin

Baby It’s Cold Outside – She & Him

Croce Di Oro – John Regan

The first installment of TFC’s latest regular offering “Bucket List

Give Him The Old La-La – Blossom Dearie

Red Top – Chris Tanner’s Virus

Sister Nell & Dirty Reuben – Bill Hinkley

El Montuno De Patato – Carlos Valdés

The National Association Of “W” Lovers – Bert

The Girl That I Marry – Howard Keel

Space Truckin’ – The Inches

Any Old Iron – Peter Sellers

We Have To Be So Careful – The Beverley Sisters

Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive – Clint Eastwood

Soul Lver – Loka Nunda


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