Friday, July 26, 2019

Christmas In July 2019-Part 65

If anything, I'm more tired today than I was yesterday.  Work is not going well.  But I'm going to get these shares up for you as best I can.  The end of the month is so close I can feel it!  I can make it!

1. David Carroll And His Orchestra-Paper Doll from Waltzes (Mercury MG 20121, Mono, 1956).

2. Ella Fitzgerald-Orchestra Conducted By Frank DeVol-Spring Will Be A Little Late This Year from Hello Love (Verve MG V-4034, Mono, 1959).

3. Lyle Richardson, Baritone, With W. Lawrence Curry, Accompanist-What Child Is This from Let's Sing Songs And Hymns For Primary Children (Geneva Press 69-0031, Mono).

4. The Lutheran Church Of The Good Shepherd-Midge Payne, Director-Carol Of The Bells from Shepherd Choir 1978 (Audio Engineering Associates AEA-1221, Stereo, 1978).

5. Robert Noehren-In Dulci Jubilo from Robert Noehren Plays Marcel Dupré (Delos Records DELS-24201, Stereo, 1974).

6. John Hartford-Landscape Grown Cold from The Love Album (RCA Victor LSP-3884, Stereo, 1968).

7. Loretta Lynn-Snowbird from Coal Miner's Daughter (MCA MCA-10 (Originally issued 1970 on Decca), Stereo, 1973).

8. Unknown Artist-The Spirit Of Christmas from Superior New Works For Concert Band-Vol. XVII Advanced Edition (Jenson Publications 2xLP JP-6500, Stereo, 1985).

9. Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra Of London: Rodzinski, Conductor-Trepak from Introduction To Stereo (Westminster, WSS-1, Stereo, 1958)

10. Unknown Artist-Venite Adoramus from Choral Celebration Vol. V (Jenson Publications JP-4000, Stereo, 1983).

There you go, ten more great tracks.  See you later.  Oh, download here.


barba said...

considering how often it gets bad-mouthed around here, 'snowbird' seems to keep rearing its ugly little head.

actually, i kinda like the song. but then again, i like "you can't rollerskate in a buffalo herd" and "my uncle used to love me but she died".

Ernie said...

I'm not a fan, but it's hard to avoid. I liked Hank Snow, but that was a different song with the same title.