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The (new) sounds of the season

First-time songwriter James Melody's ode to the season in Boston has found a home on holiday radio

By Kate M. Jackson
Globe Correspondent / December 8, 2007

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During the 10 years he lived in Manhattan, Weymouth native James Melody missed the sights and sounds of Boston, especially around the holidays. His thoughts turned to images of Boston Common sparkling with Christmas lights, children skating on the Frog Pond, the Salvation Army's bells ringing out at Park Street Station. But mostly he thought of his family and friends ... (Full article: 811 words)

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