Monday, July 10, 2006

Christmas In July-Part 10

You may think you're hearing double-double after today's Christmas in July share. It's four versions of the same track, the Frank Loesser classic, Baby, It's Cold Outside. There was much discussion about this track last year over at FaLaLaLaLa, and I've always enjoyed it in it's many forms. The odder the pairing of the singers, the better in my book. But only one of the versions I have for you features a vocal, and it's a rerun from last summer at FaLaLaLaLa. But hopefully these are all new to you. Let's see, who have I got...

Jack Marshall from Soundsville! (Capitol T1194)
Marty Gold from Stereo Action Goes Hollywood (RCA Victor LSA-2381, 1961)
Meri Ellen And Her Cohorts from Hi-Fi Antics (Design DLP 63, 1957)
The Frankie Capp Percussionists from Frankly Percussion (Kimberly 11001)

Two bonafide space age pop classics in there, and a couple of tracks from artists on bottom-feeding labels you could only buy at the corner grocery. But the music is good all around. I'm sure you'll enjoy them all. Please download and enjoy!

PS-It's not cold outside, baby, it's almost 90...

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