Sunday, December 23, 2007

Used Music-Track Twenty Nine


You can never go wrong with some good, tight vocal harmonies, especially at Christmas. So this time for Used Music you get the vocal stylings of The Anita Kerr Singers performing God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen from For A Musical Merry Christmas, Volume 4 (RCA Victor For B.F. Goodrich PRS-253, 1967). Short, but sweet. Notice anything familiar about that cover? I did once I started looking at it closely. Compare it to this one, or maybe this one is a bit clearer. Who knew they were recycling these great images over at RCA. I've got another example I hope to share with you soon, but I don't know if I'm going to squeeze it into this year. One last note before I finish here, I shared the doodle form the back of this LP here.

Previous Tracks:
The Sanborn Singers-Jingle Bells
Les Baxter Orchestra And Chorus-Hang Your Wishes On The Tree
Sandler & Young-Mister Santa
Peggy Lee-Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town
Danny Kaye-Deck The Halls (With Boughs Of Holly)
Debbie Reynolds-There's No Place Like Home
Claudine Longet-Snow
The Glad Singers-We Three Kings Of Orient Are
The Ed Sullivan Orchestra-I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus
The Mills Brothers-You Don't Have To Be A Santa Claus
Patti Page-'Twas The Night Before Christmas
George Melachrino-Fairy On The Christmas Tree
The Beneficial Singers-Joyous Christmas
Marlene Dietrich-Little Drummer Boy
Dorothy Collins-Hark! The Herald Angels Sing
Red Foley-Frosty The Snowman
Bing Crosby-Christmas Dinner Country Style
Fred Waring-White Christmas
Walter Carlos-Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desiring
Ed Kinney-The Twelve Days Of Christmas
Les Brown-We Wish You The Merriest
Maurice Chevalier-Jolly Old St. Nicholas
The Ames Brothers-Good King Wenceslas
The Lennon Sisters-Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer
Jerry Colonna-Too Fat For The Chimney
Tex Ritter-Ole Tex Kringle
Les Paul & Mary Ford-The Christmas Song
The New Sounds Of Christmas-We Three Kings

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