Saturday, December 15, 2007

Used Music-Track Twenty


Seems like only yesterday I was starting, and here we are at day twenty! Of course, I didn't actually post anything yesterday on account of I was tired and fell asleep before I could start posting, and I've missed a couple of days in-between on this particular compilation, but still... It's been a lot of fun trying to put together a collection made up entirely of tracks that are pulled from these old compilations, and trying to make it more interesting than you'd expect. I think I'm doing a pretty good job overall. Tonight's contribution is certainly not something you'd expect to find on an album called Season's Greetings-A Christmas Festival Of Stars! (Columbia CS 8189), but there it was. Please get your Hawaiian fix for today and download Ed Kenney With Luther Henderson And His Orchestra-The Twelve Days Of Christmas. If you've never heard the Hawaiian version of this song, you're in for a treat!

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

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

The link is not working anymore.
How strange, it's only 5 years old
:-)
Could you please update this again?
TIA

Ernie said...

You can download the whole collection at a repost:

http://ernienotbert.blogspot.com/2009/12/used-music-from-2007.html

Look in the comments.