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Various - Where Will You Be Christmas Day? download mp3 album
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Where Will You Be Christmas Day?
Style:
Music Hall, Louisiana Blues, Big Band, Ballad, Vocal
Released:
2004
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1858 mb
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Various Artists, ‘Where Will You Be Christmas Day?’ Compiling twenty-four recordings from 78 rpm records cut between 1917 and 1959, this album includes blues, folk, gospel, calypso, and weird Americana. There's a few artists you may know: it's hard to beat Lead Belly getting excited that "Christmas Is A-Coming" or Bessie Smith wailing "At the Christmas Ball. For the best of the rest, check out his Christmas Collection. It's hard to get much mileage out of "Jingle Bells," even if you spell out the title and try to make it groovy – where this disc shines is when it slows down, letting Sinatra caress every syllable in "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.

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Where are you Christmas Do you remember The one you used to know I'm not the same one See what the time's done Is that why you have let me go. Christmas is here everywhere, oh Christmas is here if you care, oh. If there is love in your heart and your mind You will feel like Christmas all the time. I feel you Christmas I know I've found you You never fade away The joy of Christmas Stays here in silence Fills each and every heart with love. Where are you Christmas Fills your heart with love. More Various Artists lyrics.

Christmas, Why Can't I Find You?" is a song co-written by James Horner and Will Jennings for the movie How the Grinch Stole Christmas in 2000. In the movie, it is first sung by Taylor Momsen, who played Cindy Lou Who. A full-length version of the song, was renamed "Where Are You, Christmas?". This version was co-written by Horner, Jennings and Mariah Carey with additional lyrics for the film's soundtrack.

Tracklist

1 Vera Hall Ward* The Last Month Of The Year
2 Cotton Top Mountain Sanctified Singers Christ Was Born On Christmas Morn
3 Leadbelly Christmas Is A-Coming
4 Lord Executor Christmas Is A Joyful Day
5 Pawlo Humeniuk Dance Under The Willows (Tanec Pid Werbamy)
6 Los Jibaros Décimas De Nacimiento
7 Pasquale Feis Tu Scendi Dalle Stelle (Pastorale Di Natale)
8 Buell Kazee Lady Gay
9 Alabama Sacred Harp Singers Sherburne
10 Kelly Pace, Aaron Brown, Joe Green , Paul Hayes & Matthew Johnson Holy Babe
11 Rev. J.M. Gates* He Was Born In A Manger
12 Rev. Edward W. Clayborn (The Guitar Evengelist)* The Wrong Way To Celebrate Christmas
13 Walter Davis Santa Claus
14 McKinney's Cotton Pickers Gee, Ain't I Good To You?
15 Bessie Smith At The Christmas Ball
16 Butterbeans & Susie Papa Ain't No Santa Claus (And Mama Ain't No Christmas Tree)
17 Kansas City Kitty Christmas Morning Blues
18 Leroy Carr Christmas In Jail - Ain't That A Pain
19 Lord Beginner Christmas Morning The Rum Had Me Yawning
20 Fiddlin' John Carson & His Virginia Reelers Christmas Time Will Soon Be Over
21 Norman Edmonds Breaking Up Christmas
22 Mary Harris Happy New Year Blues
23 Lightnin' Hopkins Happy New Year
24 Maddox Brothers And Rose Jingle Bells

Credits

  • Producer – Dick Spottswood, Steven Lance Ledbetter

Notes

24 recordings from 1917-1959.
Includes miniature 16-page booklet, postcard insert and record label.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: 1D DTD 02
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L435