Sunday, July 07, 2019

Christmas In July 2019-Part 13

Lucky number 13!  Here we go!

1. Polyphon 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).  I keep grabbing stuff from the same music box LP.  I'm sure I have others...

2. The Norman Luboff Choir-Still, Still, Still from Songs Of The World (Columbia 2xLP C2L 13, Mono, 1958).  Our second Luboff of the year.

3. Chronicle Atlantic Symphony Steel Orchestra Of Guyana-Conducted By Des Frazer, Soloist Joel (Wonder Boy) Waddy-Ave Maria from On Tour With Guy America Airways (Triton Record Productions Tr 1263, Stereo, 1981).  Christmas on the steel pans!  Nice.

4. Audience Sing-Gary Tucker, Conductor-Accompanists: Jane Lewis And Gary Tucker-Deck The Halls from Elmira Public Schools-Southside High School (Century 2xLP 34735, Stereo).  Yes, they recorded the audience singing along.  Don't think I've seen that before.

5. Bobby Christian And His Orchestra-Doll Dance from Mr. Percussion (Mercury SR60015, Stereo, 1958). I love these percussion albums. Happy that I could find something to share on there.

6. The Ringers On-The-Green-Fum, Fum, Fum from Ring And Sing-A Festival Of Music (Dharma GFL 1077 (Morristown, New Jersey), Stereo).  Yep, handbells!

7. Coventry Cathedral Boys' Choir-Directed By David Lepine, Robert Weddle-Organ-Gloria In Excelsis (From "Missa Brevis") from Coventry Cathedral Boys' Choir-Choirs Of Britian Series No. 2 (Chapter One CMS 1006, Stereo, 1971).  I don't think this is the well known Gloria...

8. Leonard Pennario, Pianist-Golliwog's Cake-Walk (No. 6 From Children's Corner Suite) from Humoresque (RCA Victor Red Seal LSC-2731, Stereo, 1964).  More music written for children that I'm passing off as Christmas.

9. Jimmy Jenson-Winter Wonderland (Valkin' In My Vinter Undervear) from The Swingin' Swede (aka This Is Jimmy Jenson...The Country Swingin' Swede!) (Jay Records LP-1001, Stereo).  Love this guy!  Where has he been all my life?

10. The Northern Illinois University Wind Ensemble-Stephen Squires, Conductor-A Yuletide Showcase from Alfred Concert Band Music (Alfred Publishing No Number, Stereo, 1988).  A rare band demo record that was credited to an actual band.

And that's it. Are we having fun yet?  I hope so.  Here's a link to the download.  See you later.

5 comments:

Buster said...

So is your favorite so far the Yogi Yorgesson impersonator?

Ernie said...

My favorite varies moment to moment, but he's certainly one of the most interesting things I dug up this season. I think he may have more Christmas stuff, too, IIRC from Discogs. Certainly something to keep an eye out for.

barba said...

ernie yust go nuts in july.

Patrick said...
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Patrick said...

Love the Norman Luboff entry in this set. Great song and great interpretation.