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Rayman’s Song of the Day-What Child is This by John Denver

This carol's melody is from the 16th century song Greensleeves.  In 1865 the English poet and lay theologian William Chatterton Dix wrote a Christmas poem entitled The Manger Throne and a few years later Sir John Stainer merged 3 verses of Dix's lyrics and Greensleeves to produce What Child Is This.

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Category: Featured, Music History
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iPod Classics Are Selling For As Much As $900

If you have an original iPod Classic, you should be able to sell it for a pretty penny according to an article in the Huff Post. Believe it or not, there are people who want a Classic, and are willing to shell out big bucks to get one.

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Category: Featured, Tech
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The Top Six Cars/Suv’s Consumers Hate The Most

What do you do when you purchase a vehicle and grow to hate it the longer you drive it? The answer is you loose. You can't sell it for what you owe one it, you'll get nowhere near what you paid  if you trade, in short, your just plain stuck. I'm sure we've all been there before.

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Category: Featured, Lifestyle, Reviews
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Rayman’s Song of the Day-My Favorite Things by Dianna Ross [VIDEO]

My Favorite Things describes all the things that make us  feel better when  sad, like "Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens, bright copper kettles and warm woolen mittens."

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Category: Featured, Music History
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Tips On Caring For your Pets This Winter

Most of us have pets, gee, they're part of the family. Just like us, they need special care during the cold winter months.

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Category: Featured, Pets
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Rayman’s Song of the Day-Merry Christmas Baby by Bruce Springsteen

Springsteen's recordings have included both commercially accessible rock albums and more somber folk-oriented works.

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Category: Featured, Music History
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Rayman’s Song of the Day-Feliz Navidad by Jose Feliciano

In 1970, Feliciano wrote and released an album of Christmas music,Feliz Navidad.  Each year, during the Christmas season, Feliz Navidad returns to US airwaves as one of the most-played and most-downloaded songs of the season. Feliz Navidad is also recognized by ASCAP a

Category: Featured, Music History
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20 Mistakes To Avoid During the Winter Season

Although we're not yet in the depths of winter, now is a good time to examine things we definitely do not want to do, courtesy of the Weather.Com After reading the article, I picked up a couple "don't" things I've been doing. Maybe you will too.

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The Family Fued Among the Kinks Will Kill American Tour

A few months back on my show I mentioned an article I read on an upcoming tour of America by the Kinks. I stated then, it would not happen then or anytime. The reason is the founders of the Kinks are brothers. Ray and Dave Davies. They're both great guys individually, but putting them together is like water and oil, and it's been that way for close to fifty years.

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Interesting Weather Stats On Men and Weather

With the cold and snowy weather upon us, I've found some interesting statistics about men and weather. According to an article in Mens Health, one in seven men would choose the ability to control the weather over any other superpower.

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Category: Featured, Weather
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Rayman’s Song of the Day-Winter Wonderland by Brenda Lee [AUDIO]

This was written in 1934 by Richard B. Smith and Felix Bernard. The lyricist Richard Smith served as an editor of a newspaper before taking up a career in music. The composer Felix Bernard, who was born in Brooklyn, New York, played the piano with popular orchestras and was also a tap dancer and writer of musical comedies for Vaudeville.

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What Food Banks Need Most, and What They Have Too Much Of

Food Shelves and Food banks need donations for those in need all year round, but the holidays seem the busiest. Most of us at one time or another have donated food, and probably will now again, it being the holidays.

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Category: Food

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