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SEASONS GREETINGS / VARIOUS / It's another end-of-the-year celebration and Atomicat Records are providing the Christmas cheer with 28 recordings from 1954 through to 1963. The album opens up with a floor-filling version of Dig That Crazy Santa Claus from Ralph Marterie and Lola Dee then musically changes the style and tempos. Elegant and traditional songs gracing the album include; Paul Anka with Jingle Bells, and Christmas In Japan (which is sang in English), Jackie Wilson, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, and The Mills Brothers, Joy To The World. The instrumental versions of perennial music are; The Guitars, Inc. Sleigh Ride, and Bill Robbin's two titles are White Christmas, and Rockin' Bells. Doo-wop music is performed by; Ray Pettis who sings two titles, Christmas Here, Christmas There, and Does It Have To Be Christmas, and Lynn Taylor with The Peachettes sing a harmonious and tranquil version of The Bells Of St Mary's, and the sleeve notes tell you the history of this song. The family friendly artist with sing-a-long titles include; Ella Fitzgerald, Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!, The King Sisters and their Family, Over The River (And Through The Woods), and The Bookends are in love singing about Christmas Kisses. The Christian gospel celebration of Christmas is heard from; The Staple Singers, The Last Month Of The Year, and Famous Blue Jay Singers of Birmingham Alabama praise the new born child with Born In Bethlehem. The fans of Hillbilly music will enjoy; Jim Eanes with The Shenandoah Valley Boys, It Won't Seem Like Christmas, and Homer and Jethro humorous two offerings, Santy's Movin' On, and Nuttin' For Christmas. The Christmas message in Come On Santa, Let's Have A Ball from Kay Martin and Her Body Guards is the risque, and The Garbage Collector In Beverly Hills album provides the wacky Department Store Santa Claus, and The Lollipops sing a reworking of a 1950s hit Mr. Sandman as Mister Santa. The album is brought to conclusion with The Qualities who sing a Happy New Year To You.
SEASONS GREETINGS / VARIOUS / It's another end-of-the-year celebration and Atomicat Records are providing the Christmas cheer with 28 recordings from 1954 through to 1963. The album opens up with a floor-filling version of Dig That Crazy Santa Claus from Ralph Marterie and Lola Dee then musically changes the style and tempos. Elegant and traditional songs gracing the album include; Paul Anka with Jingle Bells, and Christmas In Japan (which is sang in English), Jackie Wilson, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, and The Mills Brothers, Joy To The World. The instrumental versions of perennial music are; The Guitars, Inc. Sleigh Ride, and Bill Robbin's two titles are White Christmas, and Rockin' Bells. Doo-wop music is performed by; Ray Pettis who sings two titles, Christmas Here, Christmas There, and Does It Have To Be Christmas, and Lynn Taylor with The Peachettes sing a harmonious and tranquil version of The Bells Of St Mary's, and the sleeve notes tell you the history of this song. The family friendly artist with sing-a-long titles include; Ella Fitzgerald, Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!, The King Sisters and their Family, Over The River (And Through The Woods), and The Bookends are in love singing about Christmas Kisses. The Christian gospel celebration of Christmas is heard from; The Staple Singers, The Last Month Of The Year, and Famous Blue Jay Singers of Birmingham Alabama praise the new born child with Born In Bethlehem. The fans of Hillbilly music will enjoy; Jim Eanes with The Shenandoah Valley Boys, It Won't Seem Like Christmas, and Homer and Jethro humorous two offerings, Santy's Movin' On, and Nuttin' For Christmas. The Christmas message in Come On Santa, Let's Have A Ball from Kay Martin and Her Body Guards is the risque, and The Garbage Collector In Beverly Hills album provides the wacky Department Store Santa Claus, and The Lollipops sing a reworking of a 1950s hit Mr. Sandman as Mister Santa. The album is brought to conclusion with The Qualities who sing a Happy New Year To You.
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Seasons Greetings / Various - Seasons Greetings / Various

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Format: CD
Label: ATOMICAT
Rel. Date: 12/08/2023
UPC: 4262402122025

Seasons Greetings / Various
Artist: Seasons Greetings / Various
Format: CD
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DISC: 1

1. Ralph Marterie Vocal Lola Dee- Dig That Crazy Santa Claus
2. Paul Anka - Jingle Bells
3. The Lollipops - Mister Santa
4. Louis Armstrong and the All Stars Christmas - Night in Harlem
5. Ella Fitzgerald - Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
6. The King Sisters and Family - Over the River (And Through the Woods)
7. The Staple Singers - the Last Month of the Year
8. Bill Lacey with Lil Armstrong and Her Ebony-Aires - Cowboy Santa Claus
9. The Voices of Walter Schumann - Christmas Gift
10. The Bookends with Orchestra - Christmas Kisses
11. The Holidays - the Robin
12. The Guitars, Inc. - Sleigh Ride
13. Ray Pettis - Christmas Here, Christmas There
14. Jim Eanes with the Shenandoah Valley Boys - It Won't Seem Like Christmas
15. Homer and Jethro Santy's - Movin' on
16. Bill Robbin - White Christmas
17. Lynn Taylor with the Peachettes - the Bells of St Mary's
18. Jackie Wilson - God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
19. Famous Blue Jay Singers - Born in Bethlehem
20. The Mills Brothers - Joy to the World
21. Bill Robbin and the Blue Jays - Rockin' Bells
22. Paul Anka - Christmas in Japan
23. Ray Pettis - Does It Have to Be Christmas
24. Jay Matty - Merry Twist Ma
25. Homer and Jethro - Nuttin' for Christmas
26. Kay Martin and Her Body Guards - Come on Santa, Let's Have a Ball
27. The Garbage Collector in Beverly Hills - Department Store Santa Claus
28. The Qualities - Happy New Year to You!

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SEASONS GREETINGS / VARIOUS / It's another end-of-the-year celebration and Atomicat Records are providing the Christmas cheer with 28 recordings from 1954 through to 1963. The album opens up with a floor-filling version of Dig That Crazy Santa Claus from Ralph Marterie and Lola Dee then musically changes the style and tempos. Elegant and traditional songs gracing the album include; Paul Anka with Jingle Bells, and Christmas In Japan (which is sang in English), Jackie Wilson, God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen, and The Mills Brothers, Joy To The World. The instrumental versions of perennial music are; The Guitars, Inc. Sleigh Ride, and Bill Robbin's two titles are White Christmas, and Rockin' Bells. Doo-wop music is performed by; Ray Pettis who sings two titles, Christmas Here, Christmas There, and Does It Have To Be Christmas, and Lynn Taylor with The Peachettes sing a harmonious and tranquil version of The Bells Of St Mary's, and the sleeve notes tell you the history of this song. The family friendly artist with sing-a-long titles include; Ella Fitzgerald, Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!, The King Sisters and their Family, Over The River (And Through The Woods), and The Bookends are in love singing about Christmas Kisses. The Christian gospel celebration of Christmas is heard from; The Staple Singers, The Last Month Of The Year, and Famous Blue Jay Singers of Birmingham Alabama praise the new born child with Born In Bethlehem. The fans of Hillbilly music will enjoy; Jim Eanes with The Shenandoah Valley Boys, It Won't Seem Like Christmas, and Homer and Jethro humorous two offerings, Santy's Movin' On, and Nuttin' For Christmas. The Christmas message in Come On Santa, Let's Have A Ball from Kay Martin and Her Body Guards is the risque, and The Garbage Collector In Beverly Hills album provides the wacky Department Store Santa Claus, and The Lollipops sing a reworking of a 1950s hit Mr. Sandman as Mister Santa. The album is brought to conclusion with The Qualities who sing a Happy New Year To You.
        
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