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Subj: Re: The Gift of Giving (70s Music Fun 42) Christmas part 4...
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Quote:James Brown (1970)
Santa Claus Is Definitely Here to Stay
I was expecting something more rowdy but this was very nice.
Quote:Jim Croce (1973)
It Doesn't Have to Be That Way
The storyteller. Never heard this before but you can't go wrong with Jim Croce.
Quote:John and Yoko and The Plastic Ono Band with the Harlem Community Choir (1971)
Happy Xmas (War Is Over)
This is a classic. Lovely song.
Quote:The Kinks (1977)
This is the first rebellious Christmas song I remember. Never saw the video footage before. It's still one of the best Chrsitmas rockers.
Quote:JosÃ© Feliciano (1970)
This is one of my kids' favorites. They love the "Ah ha!"
Quote:Paul McCartney (1979)
So far this is the only song I predicted you'd play. Love this Christmas tune. Love the video.
Quote:Bill Withers (1972)
The Gift of Giving
This sounds really familiar, but I can't remember ever hearing it. Very good.
The Christmas Song
I think I've heard this before, but not necessarily at Christmas time. Does it sound like another song? I don't know. It's good though. I mostly remember Angel from the 1980 movie Foxes. They sang 20th Century Foxes. It was played often back when we first got cable, so it was a novelty.
I think I liked this list the best because it had the most new-to-me songs. Great stuff!
Quote:Don't miss any of the great Christmas music I hand-picked this year.
Quote:I'll Be Home for Christmas (40s Music Fun)
Christmas part 1
Jingle Bell Rock (50s Music Fun)
Christmas part 2
Little Saint Nick (60s Music Fun)
Christmas part 3
Christmas Wrapping (80s Music Fun)
Christmas part 5
Everything's Gonna Be Cool This Christmas (90s Music Fun)
Christmas part 6
Christmas In LA (21st Century Music Fun)
Christmas part 7
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