‘C’ Word With Miss Paula Flynn #111

Programme #111, what a magic number – and such perfect timing too, the last show before Christmas. Not just so straightforwardly Christmas-y as last week’s show but still a good sprinkling of Christmas cheer tempered with what must be one of the most downbeat Christmas songs ever from Centro-matic.

The songs played were:
Take Apart An Engine – Miss Paula Flynn
Rushing Around – The Peasall Sisters
Snowball – The Handsome Family
The Gal Who Invented Kissing – Hank Snow
Little Glass Of Wine – The Stanley Brothers
What Is A Home Without Love – The Louvin Brothers
The Red Red Robin – Tennessee Ernie Ford
On A Night Like This – Bob Dylan
Music In My Soul – The Bush Family
Shiny Things – Tom Waits
Christmas ’83 – Centro-matic
All Night Long – South San Gabriel
Santa Got Stuck In The Chimney – Ella Fitzgerald
The Hills Of South Armagh – Briege Murphy
When You Coming Home, Girl – Minton Sparks
My Clinch Mountain Home – The Carter Family
Darlin’ Companion – Johnny Cash & June Carter Cash
Hi De Ho Boogie On A Saturday Night – Al Dexter
Footprints In The Snow – Buddy Holly
Silent Night – Eddie Raven

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~ by thecwordwithmisspaulaflynn on December 19, 2011.

2 Responses to “‘C’ Word With Miss Paula Flynn #111”

  1. An ecletic mix indeed, Miss Paula, Snowdrop, Hank, Dylan & Tom ~ what more could a poor boy want ~ ‘cept, perhaps to freely make footprints on the Snow-capped Hills of South Armagh and/or do the Hi De Ho Boogie on a Silent, Saturday, Night?

  2. Typo! profound apology, Miss Paula, unforgivable, for ecletic ~ read, eclectic 🙂

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