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Some Holiday Cheer from Kentucky Nightmare's Simon Moore

Our buddy Simon Moore from Kentucky Nightmare has sent us a great group of Xmas covers for the site. Here is some info about the songs and a link to the MFT page. Enjoy! I really loved Mr Grinch.

"Scott played all the live drums (even the Casio drums, which he did, in fact, "play" as well). Scott also sang all the vocals on Oh Holy Night and White Christmas. The rest of the songs feature harmony vocals that were recorded live. I did all the vocals on Little Drummer Boy. Scott played bass guitar on all the tracks that feature live drums, except Mr. Grinch. I played bass guitar on Mr. Grinch and all the tracks that have either Casio drums, hand percussion (e.g. Oh Holy Night), or either live drum kit or no drums whatsoever, with the exception of the tracks that have no bass guitar whatsoever (i.e. Santa Claus is Coming to Town). I played all the guitars. Everything else, including the xylophone, were divided pretty much evenly between Scott and I."

http://www.musicalfamilytree.org/band/simon_and_scott

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Comment by Karl Hofstetter on December 16, 2008 at 5:44pm
Nice work Simon!
Comment by mike whybark on December 15, 2008 at 1:48am
Next year, I want a list of coverinos! MFT Xmas 2009!

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