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Season's Greetings from moe.

Season's Greetings from moe. is a Christmas-themed album by the American jam band moe.

When explaining the album on the band's official website, moe. member Chuck Garvey wrote the following:

"OK, here's the deal. Recently, we were going out to do a short group of shows. Early on, Rob (who is a complete Christmasaholic) came up with the idea to record a Holiday album. We had just finished with mixing and mastering a studio album that was set to be released in about five months, yet here we were talking about making ANOTHER recording that had to be ready in one-fifth the time.

So all sudden-like, we were in backstage rooms across the midwest, listening to Christmas albums IN SEPTEMBER to "get in the mood". (It's not even HALLOWEEN yet!!!) We adopted a commando style of learning songs, arranging and recording live during our sound checks - sometimes three songs a day! This was definitely a fun thing to do, yet also a little surreal considering the fact that I refuse to let go of summer at this time. This recording exists primarily because Rob IS "Robbie Christmas" and he infected us all with his "sickness" early in the year!"

Track listing

  1. Carol of the Bells
  2. Together at Christmas
  3. Blue Christmas
  4. We're a Couple of Misfits
  5. Oh Hanukah
  6. Home
  7. Silent Night/Jesu
  8. Joy of Man's Desire
  9. Linus and Lucy
  10. Little Drummer Boy
  11. Jingle Bells

Personnel

moe.
Vinnie Amico - drums
Rob Derhak - bass, percussion, vocals
Chuck Garvey - guitar (acoustic, electric), percussion, vocals
Jim Loughlin - guitar (acoustic), percussion
Al Schnier - guitar, piano, vocals, moog synthesizer

Becca Childs Derhak - art direction
Bill Emmons - engineer, mixing
Catherine Henderson - vocals
Reuben Kaller - assistant engineer
Fred Kevorkian - mastering
Amy Ross - album art

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