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Do Not Drink This Holiday Cheer, Vol. II

Tuesday, December 24th, 2013

Do Not Drink This Holiday Cheer, Vol. II

Are you still there? Yes? Good! We’re still here and we’re glad you’re still there. We recorded something to show our appreciation for you still being there. It’s a holiday single type of thing, like we’ve done once before. It’s called Do Not Drink This Holiday Cheer, Vol. II and we hope you will give it a listen.

Did I mention it’s free? It is. To stream, to download, to import and to burn and to spin.

The talented Nick Fullmer created the cover art, which we deeply appreciate.

The songs are: 1) La fille aux cheveux de lin, which is a prelude by Claude Debussy which Earl arranged for Alto Saxophone and Horn (four of them); and 2) Please, Daddy (Don’t Get Drunk This Christmas), which was originally written by Bill Danoff and recorded by John Denver.

Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, and Happy New Year.

With love,

Lime Colony

Do Not Drink This Holiday Cheer, Vol. I

Tuesday, December 21st, 2010

It’s that time of year again, when the men of Lime Colony make merry, avoid each other for around three straight weeks of vacation, and try and fail to put extra cinnamon sticks into every beverage imaginable.  And now this year’s time-of-year is double special, because we are sharing with you our first EVER release of a single.  It’s a holiday single.  It was stolen by thieves but partially revived.  It has an A-side and a B-side (I’m not sure which song is which).  It’s for you.

As noted above, you should not drink this particular holiday cheer, but we’ll certainly advise you to download it:

DOWNLOAD NOW!

Many thanks to Jennifer, who made it known very early on that she thought a holiday album would be a fantastic idea, and who graciously accepted the compromise of a less epic but just as heartfelt holiday single with an A-side and a B-side.  Unless you are a sour-breathed burglar, we sincerely hope you enjoy listening to this free treat, and we sincerely encourage you to share it with friends and family.

Do Not Drink This Holiday Cheer, Vol. I

Warm Wishes,

Lime Colony