Monday, December 15, 2008

Christmas Music 2008 - Ten-Pack (Part 5)

I am going to try a different format this week because I have a lot of music to highlight. Please bare with me (and Blogger's sometime strange formatting). If you count them, I have actually linked to THIRTEEN albums in this post.

Christmas Stuff For Kids
( posted at Music You (Possibly) Won't Hear Anyplace Else)
Part 1 Part 2

Lots of 'kiddie' records from the last century.

The Brian Setzer Orchestra - Boogie Woogie Christmas
(posted at Dr. Forrest's Cheeze Factory)

(also posted was Dig That Crazy Christmas - Link)

Pebbles & Bamm-Bamm Christmas
(posted at Ernie (Not Bert))

They can't talk but for some reason they can sing Christmas songs.

George Conedy At the Hammond Organ - Merry Soul Christmas
(posted at I'm Learning To Share)

Do you remember when they used to have these things going in the mall all of the time? Link

The DePaur Chorus - Calypso Christmas
(posted at I'm Learning To Share)

Nice calypso themed Christmas music from 1956. Link

Esquivel - Merry Christmas From the Space-Age Bachelor Pad
(posted at Psychotic Leisure Music)

Space-Age music from the 50's. I think I may have linked to this one last year but it still comes highly recommended for those seeking something different. Link

Dick 'Two-Ton' Baker - Christmas Party
(posted at Dr. Forrest's)

'Whimsical' Christmas music (and cheezy!). Link

The Singing Angels - Finally It's Christmas
(posted at Music You (Possibly) Won't Hear Anyplace Else)

Not my cup of tea but a bunch of kids (I guess they call that a chorus) singing tunes. Link

Christmas Eve With Colonel Sanders
(posted at The Tuna Melt)

Fairly standard Christmas compilation with a rather interesting wrapper! KFC? What? Don't forget to grab the other LP, Christmas Day, as well. Link

David Peel and the Lower East Side - Marijuana Christmas
(posted at Time Has Told Me)

This one definitely qualifies as the strangest Christmas album ever. Link

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