Howard Correll & Joyce Correll And The Master's Men Quartet - Songs Of Christmas album mp3
Howard Correll & Joyce Correll And The Master's Men Quartet. Howard Correll & Joyce Correll And The Master's Men Quartet - Songs Of Christmas (LP).
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Off the best Christmas album of all time, A Christmas Gift For You From Phil Spector, the New York girl group logs this ebullient holiday party jam that will get even Grinch to twist it out on the dance floor. Elvis Presley – "Blue Christmas". Elvis’ Christmas Album is, arguably, the best testament to the King’s artistic interests of all his albums as it masterfully tackles rockabilly, gospel, country, pop, and gospel across its 12 tracks. The most enduring cut, though, is the equal parts woeful and hopeful Blue Christmas
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The album has two sad, snow-covered romantic masterpieces (the Pogues and Kristy MacCall's "Fairytale of New York" and the Pretenders' "2000 Miles"), some jangly adorability (Matthew Sweet and the Buzz of Delight's "Christmas" and Chris Stamey Group's "Christmas Time") and nerdy comedy gold (Kris Kringle is a girlfriend-stealing skeezer on They Might Be Giants'. This should be a train wreck at the beach: Sixties surf-rock versions of Christmas songs inanely augmented with jingling bells and other thematic accouterments. But it's quite excellent. The Ventures infuse the predictable playlist with clever rock & roll flourishes – opening their hot version of "Rudolph Red-Nosed Reindeer" with an allusion to the Beatles' "I Feel Fine," giving "Frosty the Snowman" a shot of the Champs' "Tequila" and working their own "Walk Don't Run" into "Sleigh Bells.
The best holiday songs in one merry little playlist with David Bowie, Darlene Love, Sufjan Stevens, Mariah Carey, Frank Sinatra, and more. Ronnie Spector is a singer-songwriter, author, and the lead vocalist of the Ronettes.
|A1||Go Tell It On The Mountain||1:33|
|A2||The Birthday Of A King||2:14|
|A5||O Holy Night||4:51|
|B1||There's A Song In The Air||2:07|
|B3||O Little Town Of Bethlehem||1:59|
|B4||Away In A Manger||1:30|
|B5||In A Cave||3:02|
|B6||A Star Was His Candle||2:35|