Range and Basin: Christmas Eve Can Kill You

Image originally used on the cover of Christmas On The Moon With Tim Dinkins (1966)
Public access nightmares, movie criticism, Sonic Youth, a heavy hymn by Rickie Lee Jones, live Fahey, the Everly Bros, early Sun Ra, Solstice funk, ambient Yuletide zones, and more...now playing on YouTube.

Loren Connors, "Christmas Day"
Sonic Youth, "Santa Doesn't Cop Out On Dope"
Roger Ebert reviews One Magic Christmas (1985) 
The Free Design, "Close Your Mouth (It's Christmas)" 
Arrigo Martelli, "Christmas Time Is Here" (Solo Guitar)
Data as Scrooge, from Star Trek: The Next Generation, "Devil's Due" (1991) 
The Gems, "Love For Christmas"
Red Red Meat, "There's a Star Above the Manager Tonight"
John Coltrane, "Greensleeves" (Live at the Village Vanguard, November 2, 1961)
Marc Bolan & T.Rex, "Christmas Bop"
Jessie Mae Hemphill, "Merry Christmas, Pretty Baby"
Shirley Collins, "The Cherry Tree Carol"
Yo La Tengo, "Eight Candles"
Santa Claus vs. The Devil (1959)
Sun Ra Presents The Qualities, "It's' Christmas Time"
Brian Bennett, "Solstice"
John Fahey and Terry Robb, "Christmas Carol"
Cocteau Twins, "Frosty the Snowman"
Janet, Brian & Cubby, "Outer Space Santa"
Mars Williams, "The Hanukah Xmas March of Truth For 12 Days of Jingling Bells With Spirits in NYC"
Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, "Fifteen Feet of Pure White Snow"
Rickie Lee Jones, "Christmas In New Orleans" (Live at WFUV)
"The Changing of the Guard," Twilight Zone (1962) 
Low, "Santa's Coming Over"
Loren Connors, "Silent Night"
Secondhand, "Death May Be Your Santa Claus"
Marvin Gaye, "I Want to Come Home for Christmas"
"Worst Vibraphone Ever" Public Access Television Train Wreck, Pt. 9, originally aired in Mountain View, CA on cable access TV (date unknown)
Bob Dylan, "A Visit from St. Nicholas"
Hypnopazūzu, "Christmas With The Channellers"
William Tyler, "Jesus Christ"
Eraldo Bernocchi, Harold Budd, Robin Guthrie, "Winter Garden" 





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