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This episode has audio in it taken during our
Mousefest trip of 2007. First there's a two number portion of a set from
Piano Man Jim, A Set of the West Coast Holiday
Radio Broadcast from the Adventurers Club, The Harlem gospel Chior,
The Notorious Banjo Brothers and Bob, Piano Man Mark, the Dapper Dans,
and the Main Street Philharmonic. Additionally there are lots of little
"cameo appearances" by Mousefest attendees I got to talk with.
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(from Wikipedia)Have Yourself a Merry Little
Christmas" is a Christmas song introduced by
Judy Garland in the 1944 MGM musical Meet Me In St. Louis. Frank Sinatra
later recorded a modified version, which has become more common than the
original. The song was credited to Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane, although
during a December 21, 2006 NPR interview with Martin, he said Blane encouraged
him to write the song, but did not have anything more to do with writing it.
Notorious Banjo Brothers and Bob
Although the Notorious Banjo Brothers and Bob play thier sets in
Frontierland they often come out from just beside the Diamond Horseshoe, the
Horseshoe though seemingly a Frontier saloon is actually in a building with
a bit of a less rough-hewn finish and the Liberty Square Background music plays
there. When the Notorious Banjo Brothers and Bob come out you can actually hear
the banjo being stummed to the tune of the Liberty Square song just ending
right before the piping of Yankee Doodle begin