Tuesday, December 08, 2009

Mann One

What's this? I trumpet LP slipping in on an all-organ day? For shame. Guess I should try to plan things out a little bit better next time... Back in September I think it was, I got a nice little email from someone thanking me for sharing out this album. It turns out that it was the little guy on the right side of the alternate cover below. Gary Mann was his father, and he remembered this album well. It's comments like that that make this music worth sharing. It's a lot of work, but little things like that make it seem easier. So here's a repeat from 2008, 2007 & 2006, please download Gary Mann-Blues For Baby Jesus (The Educator & Executive Insurance Companies EE-101, Stereo, 1972).

1. Jingle Bells
2. God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen
3. Alone At Christmas Time
4. Sleigh Bells
5. Blues For Baby Jesus
6. O Holy Night
7. Adeste Fidelis
8. The First Noel
9. Silent Night
10. Christmas Song

1 comment:

jeremiad said...

That is a great album, especially in contrast to the South-of-the-Border sounds (not that they're bad...). Gary Mann's story is very interesting, too. Thanks for the share!