Thursday, July 25, 2019

Christmas In July 2019-Part 63

Good morning!  Welcome to day 25, share 63!  There's no going back now, we've got to see this thing through to the end.

1. Hank Garland-Greensleeves from Velvet Guitar-Soft, Pretty Sounds For Intimate Listening-The Guitar Artistry Of Hank Garland (Harmony (Columbia) HL 7231, Mono, 1960).

2. Little Johnny Everything And His Sister Judy With The Norman Leyden Child's World Orchestra-I Want To Meet Santa Claus from Fun For Everyday With Little Johnny Everything & His Sister Judy (RCA Victor Children's Bluebird Records LBY-1005, Mono, 1958).

3. Regina Music Box-Silent Night from The Charm Of The Old Music Box-Rare Old Music Boxes From The A. Hacker Collection (Yesterday's Amusements/Premier Film & Recording Corporation 13993, Mono).

4. Redlands High School Concert Choir-Wilbur H. Schowalter, Director-Alleluia from 1972-1973 Redlands High School Concert Choir And Chamber Singers (Custom Fidelity CFS-3256, Stereo, 1973).

5. Unknown Artist-Ave Maria from Hal Leonard Presents Choral Spectrum 1990-Senior Edition (Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation 2xLP HLP-60, Stereo, 1990).

6. Madison Senior Choir-Mr. David Alan Ayers, Director-The Coventry Carol from The Joy Of Christmas And Greats From America Yesterday, Today And Tomorrow (Mark Custom Records MC 2868 (on Sleeve) UMC 2868 (on Label), Stereo).

7. Jonah Jones-Hot Toddy from Jazz Bonus (Capitol ST1773, Stereo, 1962).

8. Robert Maxwell, His Harp And Orchestra-I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm from A Song For All Seasons (Decca DL 74609, Stereo, 1965).

9. The Northern Illinois University Wind Ensemble-Stephen Squires, Conductor-Joyful Sounds Of The Season (A Christmas Celebration) from Alfred Concert Band Music (Alfred Publishing No Number, Stereo, 1988).

10. Percy Faith-Moonlight In Vermont from American Serenade (Columbia CS 8757, Stereo, 1963).

And that's it.  I'm too tired to write smarmy comments about all the shares today.  Feel free to make stuff up yourself and post it in the comments.  Here's the download link.  Thanks for stopping by.


barba said...

hank garland’s “greensleeves” is not his only christmas effort. the prominent guitar on bobby helm’s “jingle bell rock” and brenda lee’s “rockin around the christmas tree”, that’s hank garland. a car accident in 1961 ended his musical career.

Ernie said...

I'm not sure who I thought that was, but that's not who I thought that was. You appear to be correct though. Funny how he wound up on two of the biggest Christmas hits in history!

Patrick said...

This share included a few tracks that I really quite enjoyed including Greensleeves (love the pace of this one considering Garland's other more rock-like contributions to Christmas music (thanks for that info barba); Hot Toddy (what a great title and such a lovely track); Joyful Sounds of Christmas (this was a wonderful medley!) and Moonlight in Vermont (can't go wrong with Percy Faith!!). Thanks again for sharing these with us.