Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Christmas In July 2007-Day 18

It just occured to me that I'm finally over the hump and it's all downhill until August. Of course, then I get to start recording full albums with cover scans for sharing near Christmas, and that's going to be a lot more work than just a few tracks a day. But I'm trying not to think about that now. What I am trying to think about are the three tracks for today. They are all from the same artist and all from the same LP, The Seasons Of Love With Malcolm Lockyer And His Orchestra (Mercury MG 20205). You might remember Malcolm from his contributions (Vol. 8 & Vol. 12) to the Hi-Fi Living series I shared earlier this year. These tracks are very similar to those, and I'm guessing they are from about the same time period, but on a different label. The three tracks in question are Snowfall, I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm and June In January. Here's the download link, now go get 'em.

Don't forget to go get the tracks from last year in case you missed 'em when they were new. This day last year saw five different versions of My Favorite Things. I bet I can top that this year!

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey there!

Sorry I have not posted comments about your Christmas in July tracks yet. Please forgive me for being a slacker. I have been faithfully downloading these every day and am enjoying them alot! Thank you for all that you do.

My favorite shares so far would have to be:

- December by Count Basie and the Mills Brothers
- Toyland Cha Cha Cha by Fred Sateriale's Big Band
- Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer cha cha by Hugo Winterhalter (cuz i love anything by him)
- I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm by The Ames Brothers
- Baby, it's cold outside by Stevie and Eydie

those are just a few of my favorites. some really swell shares...thanks so much!

Have A Magical Day!

PrincessMo

Ernie said...

Thanks for the comment, Princess. I think almost all of the favorites on your list are on mine as well, and they'll probably all show up on the inevitable Best-Of collection.

Anybody else have any favorites yet?