Sunday, July 30, 2023

Christmas In July 2023-Part 30

Next to the last day of the month here, and I've got a whopping thirteen tracks for you. (Is that right, 13? Let me check again. Yep, that's what it says, 13.) At this point in the game, I know exactly what I have left, so I can splurge and give you as much as possible without going over or under for the month. So we've come a long way from what, three tracks on day one? Not too bad, but I suppose I could have counted a little better and doled it out more evenly. Lots of good stuff here saved for the end, it's a pretty good playlist all on it's own. Give it a listen and let me know what you think.

1. The Kings-This Christmas
2. Timothy Angel And Robert Fowkes (Trebles) With Malcolm Archer, Organist And Master Of The Choristors Bristol Cathedral-Ave Maria
3. Brian Slawson-Flutes Played By Amy K. Porter-"Christmas Concerto" From Concerto Grosso, Op. 6, No. 8
4. Jack White-Greensleeves
5. Homer Denison-If Winter Comes
6. Cecile Frenette-Soon It Will Be Christmas
7. Tom Paxton-Winter Song
8. Janis Ian-In The Winter
9. Buddy Tate, His Tenor Sax And Orchestra-Lonely Christmas
10. Dorothy Maynor, Soprano, With Unaccompanied Male Choir-Rise Up, Shepherd, An' Foller (Hymn Of Christmas)
11. John Williams-Jesu, Joy Of Man's Desiring
12. Barbara E. Leigh & The Everlov'ins-Greenie The Christmas Tree
13. Richard Robinson-Orchestral Accompaniments By Ed Jurey-Ten Little Jingle Bells

Don't forget to come back tomorrow for the end of the month blowout!



  1. Personally, I'm all for the slow start and the big finish....reminds me of several sports teams I follow (although they all don't finish quite as well as you!)

    1. Well, it's certainly better than just fading away at the end, that's for certain. :)


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