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28th of November

JamSpreader Offers Thanksgiving Menu For Those Adversely Affected By Corporate Greed On Thanksgiving

Music blog creates a Thanksgiving Menu Playlist for those who are unable to share a Thanksgiving meal with their family and friends due to what they believe is a predominance of corporate greed on Thanksgiving.

Music blog thinks, “it’s horrible that corporate greed has taken over the holiday of Thanksgiving and that so many people have to work instead of spending the day with their family and friends.” They have urged their readers not to go shopping, but to instead spend the day being grateful for what they already have. After all, “isn’t that what a day of Thanksgiving is supposed to be about?”

As such, they have created a Thanksgiving Menu Playlist to share with everyone who won’t be able to share a Thanksgiving holiday meal with their family and friends, but instead will be working so that major corporations can increase their bottom lines.

Their menu includes:

Black Olives – The Bad Boys
Celery Stalks At Midnight – Doris Day with Les Brown
Green Onions – Booker T and the MGs

Jive Turkey – Ohio Players
Herb Stuffing – Johnny Jones
Mashed Potatoes – Dee Dee Sharp
Gravy – Dee Dee Sharp
Sweet Potato Blues – Pokey Lafarge & the South City Three
Cranberry Blues – Robert William
Green Beans – Nils Landgren Funk Unit
Collard Greens and Black Eyed Peas – Bud Powell Trio
Mac And Cheese – G.W.O.V.
The Spinach Song – Julia Lee & Her Boy Friends
Beans And Cornbread – Louis Jordan & The Tympany Five
White Wine – The Vernons
Red Red Wine – Neil Diamond

Pumpkin Pie – The California Honeydrops
High As Apple Pie – Charles Wright
Pecan Pie – Golden Smog
The Coffee Song – Frank Sinatra

The full Thanksgiving menu playlist can be heard at

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