Surefire Broadcast Gets Snowed In

noah | December 20, 2007 1:00 am

The efforts of Clear Channel’s programmers have probably helped you already get sick of holiday music, but there are quite a few seasonally appropriate songs worthy of your time out there. To help cut through the clutter we’ve asked Jon Solomon, whose 20th annual 24-Hour Holiday Radio Show on WPRB kicks off at 6 p.m. on Christmas Eve, to offer up some seasonal cheer in MP3 form. And you may be interested to know that he uses the phrase “early-’90s pop 45s” to describe the song he’s brought our way today:

From the blueberry capital of the world, it is South Jersey’s Surefire Broadcast. This song, and its male-female vocal interplay over simple instrumentation, makes me want to grab a stack of early-’90s pop 45s and get under a blanket. However, I am late for work. Previously unreleased, and provided kindly by the band for use as part of Enter Snowman.

Surefire Broadcast – Let It Snow [MP3] Surefire Broadcast [MySpace]

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