Sunday, December 21, 2008

The Fourth Week-Slowing Way Down

Another week closer to Christmas! This will probably be the last wrap-up that I post for you, since there are only four days left to Christmas. This past week has seen a real slowdown in my shares, I'm afraid. I've still put up plenty of new stuff, but the reposts of older stuff have pretty much been non-existent. And don't even ask about my 27 Days Of Christmas collection, 'cause I don't know what happened, either. But Christmas will come again next year, and maybe things will be better then. Here's what all I shared with you this week.:

Jimmy Sturt-Polka Christmas In My Hometown
The Men's Choir Of St. Hedwig's-Polish Christmas Carols
Bob Braun-Christmas In Your Heart
The Three Suns-A Ding Dong Dandy Christmas! (Now in Stereo)
Richard Ellsasser-Michael Carr's Wintertime Suite
The Somerset Strings-Music For Christmas At Home
Christmas With Terry Charles
The Henry Snow Singers-The Little Drummer Boy
Emilien Allard-Noels au Carillon de l'Oratoire Saint-Joseph (rerun)
John Klein-Let's Ring The Bells All Around The Christmas Tree (Now in Stereo)
John Klein-Caroling On The Carillon
Fontanna-Christmas At Home
Dartmouth Glee Club-White Christmas On The Campus
Owen Bradley-Organ And Chimes
Noel Stevens Woodwind Quintet-The Noel Sound

The Third Week:

Favorite Songs Of Christmas
Bert Jones-Christmas Messages In Music
Arthur Godfrey-All I Want For Christmas Is My Two Front Teeth (Now in Stereo)
Ruth Welcome-Christmas In Zitherland (rerun)
Cyril Stapleton-Children's Christmas Album (rerun)
Bob Kames-Merry Christmas
Bob Kames-Happy Holidays
Bob Kames-It's Christmas Time
Bob Kames-15 Songs Of Christmas
Lester Lanin-Christmas Dance Party (Now in Stereo)
George Chiainia-Music Of The Holiday Season
The Holiday Bells-Ring The Bells On Christmas Day
John Robert Carwithen-The Bells On Christmas Morn
A Christmas Sampler (rerun)
The Jimmy Joyce Singers-A Christmas To Remember (rerun)
The Randolph Singers-Christmas Carols, Volume 2
We Wish You A Merry Christmas (rerun)
Music Boxes For Christmas
The Sounds Of Christmas
Bianco-Joy To The World (rerun)
Santa Claus Conquers The Martians (rerun)
The Gene Lowell Chorus-Caroling Caroling
The Deutschmeister Band-Christmas Carols

The Second Week:

Seeburg Music Library (rerun)
Muzak Christmas (rerun)
Muzak-Stimulus Progression Number Three-Christmas
Roger Williams-Christmas Time (rerun)
George Greeley-The 22 Best Loved Christmas Piano Concertos
Paul Mauriat-The Christmas Album (rerun)
Raymond Lefevre-Merry Christmas (rerun)
Dino Martinelli Plays Music For Christmas
The Music City Choral-Christmas Favorites Featuring Little Drummer Boy
A Family Christmas Album (rerun)
Buddy & Bunny Burden-Christmas Favorites (rerun)
The Music City Choral And Orchestra-White Christmas And Other Holiday Favorites (rerun)
The Pete King Chorale-Christmas Time (Now In Stereo!)
Yank Lawson & Bob Haggart-Hark The Herald Angels Swing (rerun)
Robert Way-New England Sleigh Ride (Remastered)
Pebbles & Bamm-Bamm Singing Songs Of Christmas
Sy Mann-Everybody's Christmas Favorites (rerun)
The Moog Machine-Christmas Becomes Electric (rerun)
Madrid Concert Orchestra And Chorus-Christmas In Spain
Grace Castagnetta-Christmas On The Siena Pianoforte (rerun)
Merry Christmas From (rerun)
Ace Cannon-Christmas Cheers
Charo-(Mamacita) Donde Esta Santa Claus (rerun)
Arthur Lynds Bigelow-Christmas Carillon
Arthur Lynds Bigelow & Marjorie MacComb-Ring! Christmas Bells (rerun)
Marion Anderson Sings Christmas Carols
The Lighthouse Singers-Christmas Carols (rerun)
Yogi Yorgesson-Yingle Bells (rerun)
Johnny Nash-Prince Of Peace
The Ralph Hunter Choir-Christmas Surprises (remaster)
Heidi, The Pocketbook Doll-The Night Before Christmas
Gary Mann-Blues For Baby Jesus (rerun)
Frankie Yankovic-Christmas Party (rerun)

The First Week:

Hank Sylvern-Christmas In Hi-Fi: Chimes, Bells And Organ
Larry Ferrari-I Wish You The Merriest
Loretta Young-The Littlest Angel and Gregory Peck-Lullaby Of Christmas (rerun)
Burgess Meredith With Joe Reisman's Orchestra And Chorus-Christmas Classics 1963 (rerun)
Frank Chacksfield-Music For A Merry Christmas (rerun)
Nelson Riddle-Avon Wishes You A Happy Holiday And A Joyous New Year (rerun)
Avon Goes On Record (rerun)
Christmas With Ogden Nash
Felix Slatkin-Season's Greetings (rerun)
Saint Patrick's Cathedral Choir Sings Christmas Carols (rerun)
Saint Patrick's Cathedral Choir Sings Christmas Songs (rerun)
Jimmie Davis-It's Christmas Time Again
Pete Fountain-Candy Clarinet (rerun)
Big 'Tiny' Little-Christmas With Big Tiny Little (rerun)
Veo Gray And The Jodie Lyons Singers-A Christmas Happening
Lorne Greene-Must Be Santa 45 (rerun)
The Sisters Of Divine Providence-Christmas Mosaic (rerun)
The Glen Riddle Franciscans-Choral Group-Sisters Of St. Francis-We Sing Of Christmas (rerun)
The Bison Glee Club-The Joy Of Christmas (rerun)
The Cardinal's Cathedral Choristers-Carols Of The Nations
Christmas In Cleveland (rerun)
A Kimball Christmas (rerun)
The Candy Store-Turned On Christmas
Christmas 1968 With The Going Thing (rerun)
The Joy Strings-Well Seasoned (rerun)
Maurice Copeland-How We Got Our Christmas Customs
Maurice Copeland & Adele Scott-Squanto And The First Thanksgiving
Spencer Ross-Thanksgiving Day Parade 45 (rerun)
The Blazers & The Yodelin' Guides-Track!
Ray Conrad-The Cotton-Pickin' Lift Tower And Other Skiing Songs (rerun)
Six Family Mountain-Takin' A Ride With The Wind (rerun)

Thanks again for all your support and comments!


Quixotience said...

Seems to be a recession-era Christmas all around. The posts you've made were great, though I was looking forward to the Patti Page album you mentioned on falalalala forums a while back. That's an album I've been looking for for about twenty years. As you say, there's always next Christmas.

In any case, thank you for sharing all this wonderful Christmas music. It's a generous and warm-hearted endeavor, and no one does it better than you!


Inkydog said...

Wasn't Jimmy Sturt in "It's A Wonderful Life"?

Ernie said...

You're thinking of "Mr. Smits Goes To Washington".

Anonymous said...

By "slowdown" in your shares, do you mean that the downloading activity has been low, or that you've been slowed down a bit this year getting them posted?

Awesome Jimmy Sturt material!

Anonymous said...

Thanks again for the great shares. As my schedule gets pretty slammed, I usually don't listen to your shares until the next Christmas season. This year I've enjoyed John Klein, Paul Mauriat, the Three Suns and many others from 2006 & 2007.

Thanks again and take it easy for a bit!