Friday, December 07, 2007

Used Music-Track Twelve


To be perfectly honest, I picked this record up solely because of the cover art. I didn't care what was in it, I knew I had to put it onto my Used Music collection. Turns out that I found a great track on here to share with you from a great album that I may or may not share. But at least this way you get to hear some of it. But first, this cover! It's a little like Yellow Submarine meets North Pole. It's a little bit freaky. The longer you look at it, the more stuff you see in there. I think the back cover is even more psychedelic than the front! There's a small signature in the that says Pepper, but I don't know who that is. Is this someone famous? Anyhow, the music on here is just about the exact opposite of the cover. It's a repacking by the RCA Record Club of easy-listening Christmas albums from the sixties. Lots and lots of tracks from John McCarthy, Living Strings, Bianco, and our star tonight, George Melachrino. Please download Fairy On The Christmas Tree by George Melachrino And His Orchestra from A Christmas Festival (RCA Record Club 2xLP CCS-0145). Now that I think about it, I think The King Of Jingaling shared out this track on one of his ADVENTures in Carols. But it's good enough for you to hear again, trust me!

1 comment:

The King of Jingaling said...

Somebody blew up Yellow Submarine!