Archive for October, 2007

Madacy Tins

Monday, October 29th, 2007

This Collector’s Edition includes a CD plus DVD. Join Dr. Elmo in this special DVD filled with his trademark seasonal satire and watch as he performs his seminal hit “Grandma Got Ran Over By A Reindeer” LIVE! You can also check out the music videos for Rita Abrams and Dr. Elmo’s “Grandma’s Killer Fruitcake,” “Christmas All Across the U.S.A.,” “Prison Without Martha” and many more!
Also included in this beautifully, decorated Christmas tin box is a bonus Christmas stocking.
Happy Holidays from Dr. Elmo!
By T Johnson

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On the Mill Valley song

Sunday, October 28th, 2007

Love that song. Always have.
Nash Jones

YouTube Comments & Responses:
From artlongjr:

I loved this when I heard it in the summer of 1970, and always wondered what the performers looked like. This video really brings back that era for me. You really had a talented group of kids…this song is timeless.

The Miracle of Blogging!

Friday, October 12th, 2007

Dear Rita:

Rita, I attended the James Otis School in East Boston during the 1966 – 67 School year, I recall and correct me, if I am wrong. You had a stuff baby alligator that sat on your desk. Well, I was scared stiff of that alligator. Memories of that came back to me when I seen your CD of songs with the 3rd grade class from the strawberry point school. My wife couldn’t believe I remembered a Kindergarten teacher’s name. Especially, when I can’t remember our twin son’s cell numbers. Rita, I just want to say thanks for the memories.

All The Best
P Jones

Our new long lost video on Marinnostalgia

Monday, October 8th, 2007

Calling all Strawberry Point School ex-Third Graders! Jason Lewis just put an old video of us and our song, “Floating Away,” on his wonderful website. Take a look, and send all class members my way. I need to locate them all!

Pride and Prejudice Comment

Tuesday, October 2nd, 2007

I am thrilled to find your site and am absolutely gaga over “The One I Would Be with You”.

Has this musical been produced on dvd or cd?….I now have to see and hear it!

I now have to find out if it is going to be produced in the Boston Area.  I would go to New York to see it too.

Tracy Marks