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Hey Santa Claus - Various - Rhythm & Blues Christmas (Cassette)

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  1. - Rhythm & Blues Christmas - vrouwithinterpiphanesssuppcicompcamgeo.xyzinfo Music. Skip to main content Hello, Sign in Cassette, June 1, "Please retry" $ $ — Audio CD $ 4 Used from $ 9 New from $ Hey Santa Claus 8. Silent Night 9. Christmas Means Love Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer.5/5(5).
  2. Santa Claus: Santa Claus () Composer(s): Henry Mancini Released in: Country: Main Title: Every Christmas Eve and Santa's Theme () Cassette Release Date UPN Mastered using the XDR Quality System. Other information.
  3. Winter Wonderland, a Various Artists Compilation. Released 1 November on Crimson (catalog no. CRIMCD; CD). Genres: Christmas Music, Standards.
  4. Hey santa claus Lyrics: Quite often I get to thinking how as kids we got by / Like at Christmas time at our house we couldn't even afford a fire / Quite often I get to thinking how as kids we got by.
  5. Lyrics to Hey Santa Claus by The Moonglows from the Rhythm & Blues Christmas [Universal] album - including song video, artist biography, translations and more!
  6. The often dour nature of the blues, with its focus on realism and quest for authenticity, doesn't always make for happy holiday music. As such, blues music as a genre doesn't tend to cash in on Christmas as frequently (or as boldly) as, say, country music or early rock 'n' roll artists. Still, a number of fine Christmas collections are available for those who enjoy a "blues Christmas," and the.
  7. Hello Santa Claus - Cecil Gant How I Hate to See Christmas Come Around - Jimmy Witherspoon Santa Claus Is Coming to Town - the Harmony Grits Christmas Time Blues - Roy Milton Christmas in Heaven - the Dominoes Let's Make Christmas Merry Baby - Amos Milburn May Every Day Be Christmas - Louis Jordan Seller Rating: % positive.
  8. holiday collection. Here is a Christmas celebration attended by some of the greatest names in Rhythm and Blues. From the late 40s to the early 50s the biggest names in blues including B. B. King, Amos Milburn, Charles Brown, Jimmy Witherspoon, Lowell Fulton, Roy Milton. The Drifters, Joe Turner and Chuck Berry sing their Christmas favorites.

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