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Must Be Santa. Cole's version is generally regarded as definitive, and in was the most-loved seasonal song with women aged 30—49,  while the original recording Let The Children Sing - Various - All I Want For Christmas. A Cool Christmas With The Stars inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in First record issue.
Issued November as Capitol Runner On Hastings Beach - Doctor Rockit - The Music Of Sound. It was the song's first magnetic tape recording.
This recording of "The Christmas Song" is also available on numerous compilation albums. Some are Capitol pop standards Christmas compilations while others are broader-based.
An alternate take of the recording, featuring a different vocal and missing the solo piano on the instrumental bridge, appears on the Deluxe Edition of the compilation The Extraordinary Nat King Cole. There were several covers of Nat Cole's original record in the s. He first performed and introduced the opening verse while duetting with Garland on the song for the show's Christmas Special, which aired on December 22, All through the year we waited Waited through spring and fall To hear silver bells ringing, see wintertime bringing The happiest season of all.
Six Feet Of Snow - One Horse Town - Six Feet Of Snow, his recordings typically include a coda adapted from " Here We Come A-wassailing ":. It has charted by the following:. Phil Spector finds girl-group nirvana in "Frosty the Snowman" with this joyous Wall of Sound production led by Ronnie Spector's streetwise sass.
She just sounds like a New Let The Children Sing - Various - All I Want For Christmas. A Cool Christmas With The Stars girl, you know. Hal Blaine's drum fills are truly inspired and the ending is pure Spector magic -- the Spector Bruce Springsteen was trying his best to echo on "The River" and Elvis Costello on "Oliver's Army"all the Rankin-Bass melted away like so much talking snowman. The Beach Boys finest hour as a post-Phil Spector Christmas institution, it eases you in with a big wall of breathtaking harmonies.
But the song itself is more upbeat than that as they tell of a man who stumbles across Santa's workshop late one night. A big man in a chair and little tiny men everywhere. Yes, another Beach Boys song. In this one, they bring you the tale of "a real famous cat all dressed up in red" who "spends the whole year working out on his sled.
In a stroke of true genius, they manage to work it around their classic car-song formula, most specifically recent hit "Little Deuce Coupe" although the groove is closer to Dion's "The Wanderer". But she'll walk a toboggan with a four-speed stick. She's candy apple red with a ski for a wheel. And when Santa hits the gas, man, just watch her peel. The kings of the '60s garage are flat-out begging for a stocking full of coal and a Chuck Berry lawsuit for stealing "Too Much Monkey Business" here.
But "Don't Believe in Christmas" is a classic blast of anti-social yuletide rock, with Gerry Roslie Let The Children Sing - Various - All I Want For Christmas. A Cool Christmas With The Stars the kid who didn't get a thing for Christmas: "Stayed up late at night.
To see Santa Claus, right. Sure thing, don't you know. Fat boy didn't show. Before the song is through, he advances his theory on why Rudolph's nose is red and complains about learning that mistletoe doesn't work with a slap in the face.
The third in a series of Snoopy-based singles for these Florida garage-rock heroes, "Snoopy's Christmas" set the stage for yet another epic battle between the cartoon flying ace Phil Collins - I Dont Care Anymore his arch-nemesis, the Red Baron, with "'Twas, the night before Christmas and 40 below when Snoopy went up in search of his foe. Charles Brown, Chuck Berry and Bruce Springsteen all did well-known versions of this song, but no one made it sound more soulful -- or more poignant -- than the legendary Otis Redding, who'd been dead a year before this single hit the streets.
Cruelty - Gentle Assassins - They Knew Too Much sounds just like an Otis Redding single, from the horn charts to the raw emotion in his vocals as he tells her, "Merry Christmas, baby, you sure did treat me nice.
Baby Jesus would be proud. But no one gets off easy here. Then, Yoko has her say and when the chorus comes around again, John's words are underscored by a choir singing "War is over if you want it. Sure, the arrangement is Spector's, but it's Springsteen's Christmas spirit that makes this version so contagious. Captured live and loopy in his prime, Springsteen eases you in with a rap that sets the scene on his beloved Jersey Shore: "It's all cold down along the beach, the winds whipping down the Boardwalk.
And only then does Springsteen sing, turning in a performance that feels like every word was filtered through a grin. It eases in all sweet and seasonal -- with sleigh bells, even.
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