Names for a Christmas CD....

Discussion in 'Off-Topic Chat' started by meandmycornet, Oct 9, 2005.

  1. meandmycornet

    meandmycornet Active Member

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    My band is just in the process of recording a christmas CD, and we were asked at Thursday's rehearsal for suggestions for a name for the CD :tongue: not many suggestions came up really we had the likes of:

    A South Molton Christmas
    Christmas with the South Molton Town Band etc etc etc

    reaaaaaaalllly boring! I want summat different! :tongue:

    we did have one good suggestion 'There's Snow Business like Snow Business!' :tongue:

    anybody got any amazing ideas?
     
  2. Dave Payn

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    North Devon's Festive Heaven?

    (or Festive Heaven from North Devon) ;)
     
  3. meandmycornet

    meandmycornet Active Member

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    Ermmmm I don't like that Dave :tongue: certainly ain't a very heavenly sound! We'd have people taking us too trading standards!

    any more ideas Mr Payn? or anyone else? :tongue:
     
  4. Dave Payn

    Dave Payn Active Member

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    Would I be right in thinking you're not the bands PR officer? :tongue:

    OK, then. How about: 'Yule' be glad you bought this CD? :)
     
  5. meandmycornet

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    ermmm i'm not an officer of any kind! do you really think they'd let me on the comittee??

    I like it I like it! but its not really useable! :tongue: maybe it could go on the blurb on the back? hang on do you even have a blurb on a CD? :confused: :tongue:
     
  6. HorniKaz

    HorniKaz Supporting Member

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    How's about "Christmas In Cornwall" ?? Sorry if you're not in Cornwall Fi!!


    ps like your suggestion... snow business one ;)
     
  7. meandmycornet

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    ermmm I'm in North Devon Kazzy! :tongue: I suppose we could pretend we were some rubbish cornish band!! Use it as an excuse for the rubbishness! :tongue:
     
  8. Will the Sec

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    "The Tale of Trixie the Pixie".

    All you then need is a piece of music by that name! ;)
     
  9. Roger Thorne

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    How about presenting the front cover of the CD as a Christmas Card?

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    Then drop the words over the top . . .

    Merry Christmas


    A selection of your favourite
    Carols and Christmas Songs



    South Molton Town Band



    Simple but effective!

    ;)
     
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  10. andyp

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    How about.....

    A drop of Molt for Christmas. (or at Christmas).

    Credit (or blame) my wife for that one!

    Or "A drop of Devon Molt for Christmas?" (me adding a bit!).


    (or change "a drop" to "a glass", "a dram", "a bottle" or "a tank" depending on your preference/appetite!)
     
  11. brassneck

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    Moulton Christmas Candles? :)
     
  12. Di

    Di Active Member

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    "Have yourself a Moulton Little Christmas"
     
  13. Rapier

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    Snow White with the Devon Dwarfs? :rolleyes:
     
  14. vonny

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    Tranquility Vs Christmas with The South Molton Town Band


    I came up with this particular title because when looking at what christmas means we tend to think hustle, bustle... What about the side of christmas when carols are sung, maybe some people don't have a family to celebrate with, so it's often a quiet occassion. I love the word 'tranquilty' and i feel it fits in well with christmas because in a way it can be seen as being in contrast.




    Yvonne x
     
  15. meandmycornet

    meandmycornet Active Member

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    Do you know what reeeeeeally annoys me?? people spelling Molton like Moulton! :tongue: Its in me flippin' siggy people!

    Hmmm some good suggestions!

    Yvonne Tranquility and my band DO NOT go together!

    Horn player bloke who played with us on minehead bandstand, its only me thats a dwarf in the band! you should know that!

    Mumsie it sounds like you want us to have a christmas day fire or summat :tongue:

    I think Roger is the only sensible person round here! I like that Idea but hmmm I don't think the songs were playing would be classified as peoples 'favourite' christmas songs! Its quite a boring selection really!

    Thank you for all the suggestions so far though :tongue:
     
  16. brassneck

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    (erm., we only looked at Roger's thread! :oops: )

    Yuletide Fayre ??
     
  17. Rapier

    Rapier Supporting Member

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    Oh, you want sensible suggestions? Well, in that case, erm..........,





    No, I got nothing.:biggrin:


    ps. You wait until I tell DT you think it's boring. You'll be in trouble then. :eek:
     
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  18. 2nd man down

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    South Molton Christmas Selection Box?
     
  19. 2nd man down

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    If your selection of music is THAT poor, how about "South Moltons Christmas Turkey!"?
     
  20. PeterBale

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    What about basing it around one particular track - anything there with a particularly striking title?
     
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