Wednesday, December 2, 2009

Christmas Eve With Colonel Sanders - 1967

How great would it be if this record actually had Colonel Sanders singing? Unfortunately we can all only fantasize about such a record. The Colonel does not bless us with his voice anywhere on this record. Instead he offers up a pretty good selection of Christmas classics from artists of the time, 1967. I'm pretty happy with the rip on this record. It sounds pretty clean and holds up really well as an album. Not really any bad tunes here and can be played from start to finish without any cringing moments. It's definitely a record you can put on when company is over to get them into a Christmassy mood.




Enjoy!

01 White Christmas - Jim Reeves.m4a
02 O Little Town Of Bethlehem - Anita Kerr Singers.m4a
03 Medley - Up On The Houseteop; Jingle Bells - Floyd Cramer.m4a
04 Medley - Hark! The Herald Angels Sing; Good King Wenceslaus; God Rest Ye Merry - Hugo and Luigi's Children's Chorus
05 O Come, All Ye Faithful - Chet Atkins.m4a
06 Medley - Winter Wonderland; Silver Bells - Henry Mancini Orchestra and Chorus.m4a
07 Joy To The World - Vic Damone.m4a
08 I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day - Chet Atkins.m4a
09 The Little Drummer Boy - The Norman Luboff Choir.m4a
10 A Christmas Festival (Medley) - Boston Pops.m4a

Christmas Eve With Colonel Sanders - 320K.zip

4 comments:

Ron said...

Thank you for this treat !!

Spencer said...

You're welcome again.

Anonymous said...

What happend to the Zip file

Spencer said...

Long story about the zip file. E-mail me and I can send you a link.