Xmas Songs Vol. 1

by Maxwell Dysobey

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released December 22, 2016

Recorded as an Xmas present to my favorite parents, Beverly and Wayne

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Maxwell Dysobey: Violin, Singing Saws, Plectrum Banjo, Five-String Banjo, Tenor Snarejolele, Classical Guitar, Toy Guitar, Soprano Ukulele, Tenor Trombone, Upright Piano, Plastic Soprano Recorder, Slide Whistle, Kazoo, Whistling

Peter McLaughlin: Percussion on Tracks 1-5, Piano and Kazoo on Track 6

Jonathan Corey: Organ and Kazoo on Track 6

Ned the Cat: Vocals on Track 6

All Arrangements by Maxwell Dysobey with help from Jonathan Corey and Peter McLaughlin

Produced and Engineered by Jonathan Corey and Peter McLaughlin at Broken Toy Store in Portland, Maine

Mixed and Mastered by Jonathan Corey

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“What Child is This” is a traditional English folk song originally titled “Greensleeves” likely from the 1500s

“Silent Night” was composed by Franz Xaver Gruber to lyrics by Joseph Mohr in Austria in 1818

“O’ Holy Night” was composed by Adolphe Adam to lyrics by Placide Cappeau in France in 1847

“O’ Come, All Ye Faithful” is of disputed origin, from Western Europe in the 1600s or 1700s

“We Three Kings of Orient Are” was composed by John Henry Hopkins Jr. in the United States of America in 1857

“Auld Lang Syne” was written by Robert Burns in Scotland in 1788

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