The See Saw - ...Merry Christmas 2001... FLAC album
Title: ...Merry Christmas 2001...
Style: Garage Rock, Brit Pop
FLAC version ZIP size: 1672 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1913 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1722 mb
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Title: Merry Christmas (2001). Paolo Cioffa, as Christmas approaches, is ready to leave on a cruise with his mistress Magda Venni, freed by his wife Francesca Zanchi and his son Federico, who is about to go skiing. Director: Neri Parenti.
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The 1960s saw bands like The Beach Boys, Everly Brothers and The Temptations release music that captured the holiday spirit. Not to be outdone, Ella Fitzgerald, Elvis Presley, Brenda Lee and let's not forget the Sinatra family also released Christmas albums during this decade. No matter what style or type of Christmas song you enjoy, you're likely to find an album on this list that will fit whatever music.
The Ventures, 'Christmas Album' (1965). Best Song: "Frosty The Snowman". He first recorded "The Christmas Song" in 1946, but the version found on this album is the one everybody knows. The song was so legendary that the album was later reissued as "The Chrismas Song," but the whole album casts a magical spell, especially when combined with generous servings of egg nog. Post continues below. Various Artists, 'Soul Christmas' (1991). Best Song: Otis Redding "Merry Christmas Baby". Listening to The Crystals' "Santa Claus Is Coming To Town" and The Ronettes' "I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus" make Kris Kingle sound like a real player. But nothing can match the bombastic impact of Darlene Love's extra-classic Christmas "(Baby Please Come Home)" except maybe the genius producer's grandiose monologue on the final track.
Merry Christmas (Mariah Carey album). Merry Christmas is the first Christmas album, and the fourth studio album, by American singer and songwriter Mariah Carey. Released by Columbia Records on November 1, 1994, the album features cover versions of popular Christmas tunes and original material. Carey worked with Walter Afanasieff, with whom she wrote all of the original tracks, as well as producing Carey's interpretations of the covered material
Merry Christmas would both bring The Supremes’ sound to classic Tin Pan Alley holiday standards and traditionals, and introduce a handful of new Christmas offerings, Motown-style.
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|A1||Merry Christmas To You
Written-By – Stootsie
|A2||Now It's The Time
Written-By – Max Kögl
|B1||Love, Peace & Understanding
Written-By – Stootsie
Written-By – Irving Berlin
- Recorded At – Aston Manor Studios
- Mixed At – Aston Manor Studios
- Mastered At – Sonic Flow Studio
- Artwork – The See Saw*, Wolfgang Littke
- Bass – Paul*
- Bells [Sleighbells], Drums – Robert*
- Electric Piano [Wurlitzer], Guitar, Vocals – Stootsie
- Guitar, Piano, Vocals – Max Kögl
- Photography By – Stootsie, Wolfgang Sardelic