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Holiday Music

XGet past the usual Holiday fare -- with our hand-picked selection of seasonal grooves!

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✨✧ Rosemary ClooneyRosemary Clooney In Songs From The Paramount Pictures Production Of White Christmas (plus bonus tracks) ... CD
Columbia/Real Gone, 1954. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
Rosemary Clooney has had many claims to fame over the years, but one of her first was a key appearance in the film White Christmas – an on-screen role that's nicely reprised here in a set of Irving Berlin tunes from the movie! Rosemary sings solo on all numbers – save for one that's done as a duet with her sister – and the backings nicely approximate the overall vibe of the soundtrack, but have a tighter sort of clarity for these studio recordings. Tracks include "White Christmas", "Snow", "Get I Wish I Was Back In The Army", and "Count Your Blessings Instead Of Sheep". Plus, the CD adds in 7 more bonus tracks – radio performances from The Rosemary Clooney Show or The Bing Crosby Show – with titles that include "Home For The Holidays", "The Christmas Song", "Jingle Bells", "Silver Bells", and "Happy Christmas Little Friend". CD

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✨✧ Doris DayComplete Christmas Collection ... CD
Columbia/Real Gone, Mid 60s. New Copy ... Out Of Stock
A full album's worth of Christmas cheer from Doris Day – with a whole lot of bonus tracks too! The core of the set is the 1964 Doris Day Christmas Album – the only full length Christmas album from Doris, and a real standout in the Columbia holiday offerings of the 60s! Doris has a well-developed vocal approach that really brings a lot to the familiar tunes in the set – and her years of on-screen presentation really helps illuminate the songs with a nicely personal feel – never overplayed, but the kind of readings that always used to make tunes like these really sparkle on the TV screen in December. Arrangements are by Pete King, Dick Hazard, and Frank Comstock – and titles include "Let It Snow", "Christmas Present", "White Christmas", "Silver Bells", "Snowfall", "Be A Child At Christmas Time", and "The Christmas Song". CD then includes a whopping 10 more bonus tracks from previous singles and collections – titles that include "I've Got My Love To Keep Me Warm", "Deck The Halls", "Silent Night", "Let No Walls Divide", "Here Comes Santa Claus", and a special "Christmas Greeting From Doris Day". CD
 
 
 



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