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The Christmas Covers Album

The Christmas Covers Album

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After claiming, you will receive a high-resolution digital image file and licensing agreement giving you full rights to use the artwork however you want. Looking at these Christmas music album masterpieces only one question pops into mind: “What the hell were they thinking? Recorded in 1962 but then out of print for decades, this is a forgotten classic: Christmas-themed gospel sung by three amazing sisters (the mighty Mavis Staples was only 23), backed with just organ, drums, and "Pops," their father, playing funky electric guitar. Exclusively license and easily download graphics for streaming, publishing and printing or use as album covers, book cover art, posters, merchandise, and more. But just as great are the unknown singers doing songs you've never heard, some religious, some raunchy, like "Christmas in Jail – Ain't That a Pain.

This includes items that pre-date sanctions, since we have no way to verify when they were actually removed from the restricted location. Gwen Stefani's new Christmas album has 12 holiday songs, with half of them being written and co-written by Stefani. Music associated with Christmas may be purely instrumental, or, in the case of carols or songs, may employ lyrics whose subject matter ranges from the nativity of Jesus Christ, to gift-giving and merrymaking, to cultural figures such as Santa Claus, among other topics.Days to Christmas – Gene Autry introduced the world to “Rudolph” and “Santa Claus is Coming to Town”. This groovy 1964 album (also available as Christmas '64) sounds like it was recorded halfway between the North Pole and Memphis. Days to Christmas – Some of the best, old, Christmas illustrations are on kids’ albums/singles from the 1950s/60s, including the Chipmunks, Spike Jones, and anything from Peter Pan Records. They're not all strictly Christmas songs," Tracey Thorn said, "but if they mentioned winter or snow or even just being cold, that was good enough for me.

OK, so there's a massive ghost version of ASVO, a creepy beach scene and a child on some sort of weird camping chair being pushed by an unknown adult. The trio put their tried-and-true signature sound on some of the classics, including "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" and "Silver Bells.

How about adding Eartha Kitt’s singing “Santa Baby” to your PG section, 8 days to Christmas and Tchaikovsky’s “The Nutcracker” to the classic music section.

The artist guarantees the artwork has never been licensed before and BCAW selected each piece carefully. Unfortunately, there are only six of those recordings, so this collection is filled out with other jazz artists. It's hard to believe that over her long, illustrious career, Midler didn't release a Christmas album until 2006. Low, an indie band from Minnesota, specializes in music moving at the tempo of glaciers, with exquisitely precise two-part harmonies. Kate and Anna McGarrigle were a brilliant Canadian folkie duo, now more famous for Kate's children (Rufus and Martha Wainwright) than their brilliant '70s albums.

Apart from writing up a storm for the DesignCrowd blog on anything from logo design to Michael Jackson's shoes, she enjoys reading literary science fiction and hanging out with most animals except wasps. Check out his super-groovy take on "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer," where Rudolph sounds like a lost soul brother who somehow ended up at the North Pole. If you didn't already know, Sufjan Stevens has an entire song catalogue of Christmas tunes outside of his regular music. Nat King Cole was so smooth that his songs could elegantly slide away from a listener, like a figure skater heading for the far end of the pond.

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