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10/31/2016 08:11:00 AM
Hi ... any chance to re-up this one:https://www.blogger.com/comment.g?blogID=11600065&postID=7981184257426900420Thanks!
Can't wait !!!!!!
Hi, meet you in every year near Christmas days ~ Thank you ~
You bring so much joy to my Christmas life! I can't wait.
Lookin' forward to your return!
Looking forward to your great posts!!
It will be a Merry Christmas!
SO excited! Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Holly Jolly !Thanks!
Oh Yeah!!! Thank you in advance for what you are about to do, and thank you for all you have done!
Count me in! This is exciting.
Have you ever heard Vincent Lopez's recording of a lost Christmas classic, "Cute As Christmas." It's a gas and I could share in a lo-res file. Also, have you come across a decent remaster of Chick Bulloch's "Winter Wonderland"? The one that everyone copies from YouTube is atrocious.
christmas christmas cha-cha-cha !!
Please … and soon. We need a little Christmas here in the USA.
Obviously the girl those postwar plastic outdoor hollow angels (that light up) were modeled on! LOL :)
This couldn't come soon enough. Checking every day.....
Yea!!! Welcome back.
Doh! ...I mean, WOOHOO!!! :)
I didn't know you'd worked with Hugo and Luigi! (-:
Yeah!!! Thank you so much!
Yay!! I'm very excited!
Great news! Welcome back!
Hmmm... That's not the cover I remember.
Just wanted to say have been a LOOOooooooOoOong time follower......Happy Holidays from out here in WIS. Many wonderful things have I heard from your endless collection. My parents were big on having a variety of "festivous" LPs to spin on the occasion. (No, unfortunately nothing I haven't already seen on the blog)There's something about a warm beverage, a large picture window with frost on the fringes, with a view of nature outside...while the snow dances in the air, and the room filled with many an old seasonal vinyl LP. Would like to thank you for that....and the fond memories it always seems to conjure up, while reminiscing.
For the curious, the Vincent Lopez Christmas 78 with Cute As Christmas on it is available over at the Internet Archive. Not the greatest rip, but not the worst, either. Flip side is something about Mr. Kringle. Something else I need to hunt for.
It's Hello Mr. Kringle, which a number of bands cut. Here is the Frankie Masters version from 1939, which I happened to have on hand:https://www.mediafire.com/?b38g5ue2ut2ru19
You rock, Buster!
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