Episode 156 – Yuletide Cheer! 2019

It’s time for our annual tradition of lessons and carols (with a little bit of a witchy flavor). We’re sharing songs and personal stories of travel and rest during the dark days of the waning year. Wishing you all a Merry Yule and Happy Holidays!
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Producers for this show: Heather, Donald, WisdomQueen, Regina, Jen Rue of Rue & Hyssop, Little Wren, Khristopher, Tanner, Fergus from Queer as Folk Magic, Achija of Spellbound Bookbinding, Johnathan at the ModernSouthernPolytheist, Catherine, Patrick, Carole, Payton, Staci, Debra, Montine, Cynara at The Auburn Skye, WickedScense, Moma Sarah at ConjuredCardea, Jody, Josette, Clarissa, Leslie, Hazel, Amy, Victoria, Sherry, Tarsha, Jennifer, Jess, Laura, Emily, Clever Kim’s Curios, Donald, Bo, Drew, Jenni Love of Broom Book & Candle, & AthenaBeth. (if we missed you this episode, we’ll make sure you’re in the next one!). Big thanks to everyone supporting us!
Since most of our stories are personal this year, there aren’t many sources to list, but do check out the awesome artists in our playlist below!
Promotional image modified from image via Pixabay, public domain.
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Promos & Music
All songs are licensed/used under Creative Commons License from the sites Magnatune, the Free Music Archive (FMA), or Wikimedia as designated below (except as denoted by an asterisk*).
  1. Round about our Coal Fire – Shira Kamen (Magnatune)
  2. Nou is Youle a Comen – Shira Kamen (Magnatune)
  3. The Apple Tree Wassail – Shira Kamen (Magnatune)
  4. Wassail – Traditional English – In Nova Cantica (Magnatune)
  5. The Ohio/Kentucky Wassail – Quire Cleveland (Magnatune)
  6. Patapan – Lisa Goettel/The Bird Sings* (CC License on Soundcloud)
  7. Fum fum fum – US Army Chorus (Wikimedia)
  8. I Saw Three Ships – Jean Ritchie (Public Domain – Library of Congress)
  9. I Saw Three Ships – Matt Norris and the Moon (Wikimedia)
  10. A Good Old Time Sleigh Ride – Peerless Quartet (FMA)
  11. Children Go Where I Send Thee – Makemi (Wikimedia)
  12. We Three Kings – Maya Solovoy (Magnatune)
  13. Silent Night (Choral Version) – US Army Band (Wikimedia)
  14. Twas in the Moon of Wintertime – Steve Euleberg (Magnatune)
  15. Stella Splendens – In Nova Cantica (Magnatune)
  16. Un Flambeau Jeanette Isabella – Emma Wallace (Magnatune)
  17. This Endris Night – Z Randall Stroope (Soundcloud)
  18. Song for a Winter’s Night – The Nancies (FMA)
  19. Hail Smiling Morn – Edison Quartet (Wikimedia)
  20. Deck the Halls – US Air Force Band (Wikimedia)
  21. Good King Wenceslas – Army Band (Wikimedia)
  22. Da Day Dawn – Samantha Gillogly* (Used by permission of artist)
Incidental Music is Auld Lang Syne – Navy Band (Wikimedia); Snow Drop – Kevin MacLeod (FMA); and The Sighful Branches – Axletree (FMA)
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