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Santa Swings... The Windup: 27 Christmas Stockings Full Of Shellac Dust - Bear Family Recordsr went to the bottom of the shellac box for this Christmas collection. - No jingling bells, no ho-ho's or weird reindeer voices. -Instead, swinging jazz at it's best, rousing swing of the '30s and '40s, highly danceable, elegant but cool, performed by seasoned jazz musicians. - Featuring Glenn Miller, Paul Whiteman, Louis Armstrong, Charlie Barnet, Count Basie, Ella Fitzgerald, Putney Dandridge, Jimmy Ray, Stew Pletcher, Alvino Rey, Stuff Smith and many others. -Annotations for each song in the liner notes in the accompanying booklet. Shellac instead of stardust: when Santa Claus takes off his boots and unpacks the gramophone after his work is done: Bear Family Recordsr delves deep into the shellac box! No intrusive bells, chumming ho-ho's or strangely distorted reindeer voices: Every year around the same time the displays of the department stores are bending with hastily and often suspiciously similar compiled 'swing' samplers, since "swing is coming back." Our journey through the depths of various shellac racks, however, brought to light quite a number of undiscovered treasures.
Santa Swings... The Windup: 27 Christmas Stockings Full Of Shellac Dust - Bear Family Recordsr went to the bottom of the shellac box for this Christmas collection. - No jingling bells, no ho-ho's or weird reindeer voices. -Instead, swinging jazz at it's best, rousing swing of the '30s and '40s, highly danceable, elegant but cool, performed by seasoned jazz musicians. - Featuring Glenn Miller, Paul Whiteman, Louis Armstrong, Charlie Barnet, Count Basie, Ella Fitzgerald, Putney Dandridge, Jimmy Ray, Stew Pletcher, Alvino Rey, Stuff Smith and many others. -Annotations for each song in the liner notes in the accompanying booklet. Shellac instead of stardust: when Santa Claus takes off his boots and unpacks the gramophone after his work is done: Bear Family Recordsr delves deep into the shellac box! No intrusive bells, chumming ho-ho's or strangely distorted reindeer voices: Every year around the same time the displays of the department stores are bending with hastily and often suspiciously similar compiled 'swing' samplers, since "swing is coming back." Our journey through the depths of various shellac racks, however, brought to light quite a number of undiscovered treasures.
4000127177148

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Format: CD
Label: BEAR FAMILY
Rel. Date: 10/06/2023
UPC: 4000127177148

Santa Swings...The Windup: 28 Christmas / Various
Artist: Santa Swings...The Windup: 28 Christmas / Various
Format: CD
New: Not in stock
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Louis Prima and His New Orleans Gang - What Will Santa Say (When He Finds Everybody Swingin')
2. Bob Crosby and His Bob Cats (Vocal: Marion Mann) - Blow Blow Thou Winter Winds
3. The Ramblers Orchestra (Vocal:Marcel Thielemans) - Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow!
4. Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - I Hope Gabriel Likes My Music
5. Count Basie and His Orchestra (Vocal: Helen Humes) - and the Angels Sing
6. Monette Moore and the Ebonaires Orchestra Acc. By Phil Moore - Peace, Sister, Peace
7. Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, Intro Spoken An Sung By Glenn Miller and Paul Douglas (Vocals: Tex Beneke, Ernie Caceres and the
8. Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra - Ring Dem Bells
9. Paul Whiteman and His Orchestra (Vocals: Jack Teagarden and Johnny Mercer) - Christmas Night in Harlem
10. Johnny Guarnieri with Slam Stewart - Santa's Secret
11. Chick Webb and His Orchestra (Vocal: Ella Fitzgerald) - There's Frost on the Moon
12. Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra - Snow Ball
13. Putney Dandridge and His Orchestra - Santa Claus Came in the Spring
14. Jan Savitt and His Tophatters (Vocal: Bon Bon) - and the Angels Sing
15. Jimmy Ray and His Orchestra - I Told Santa to Bring Me You
16. Stew Pletcher and His Orchestra (Vocal: Stew Pletcher, Red Norvo) - I Hope Gabriel Likes My Music
17. Joe Turner and His Memphis Men - Freeze and Melt
18. Bob Chester and His Orchestra (Vocal: Betty Bradley) - Winter Weather
19. Teddy Wilson and His Orchestra - Sugar Plum
20. Alvino Rey and His Orchestra (Vocals: The Four King Sisters) - Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town
21. Ray McKinley and His Orchestra (Vocals: Ray McKinley w. Jean Friley) - Little Jack Frost Gets Lost
22. John Kirby and His Orchestra - Bounce of the Sugar Plum Fairy
23. Vincent Lopez and His Suave Swing Orchestra (Vocal: Penny Parker) - (You're Just) As Cute As Christmas
24. Stuff Smith and His Onyx Club Boys - Robins and Roses
25. Orchestra Bill Harty (Vocal: Ella Logan) - Jingle (Bingle) Bells
26. Don Redman and His Orchestra - Auld Lang Syne
27. Joel Cowan and Thornel Swartz - Bells of Auld Lang Syne

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Santa Swings... The Windup: 27 Christmas Stockings Full Of Shellac Dust - Bear Family Recordsr went to the bottom of the shellac box for this Christmas collection. - No jingling bells, no ho-ho's or weird reindeer voices. -Instead, swinging jazz at it's best, rousing swing of the '30s and '40s, highly danceable, elegant but cool, performed by seasoned jazz musicians. - Featuring Glenn Miller, Paul Whiteman, Louis Armstrong, Charlie Barnet, Count Basie, Ella Fitzgerald, Putney Dandridge, Jimmy Ray, Stew Pletcher, Alvino Rey, Stuff Smith and many others. -Annotations for each song in the liner notes in the accompanying booklet. Shellac instead of stardust: when Santa Claus takes off his boots and unpacks the gramophone after his work is done: Bear Family Recordsr delves deep into the shellac box! No intrusive bells, chumming ho-ho's or strangely distorted reindeer voices: Every year around the same time the displays of the department stores are bending with hastily and often suspiciously similar compiled 'swing' samplers, since "swing is coming back." Our journey through the depths of various shellac racks, however, brought to light quite a number of undiscovered treasures.
        
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