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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by Paul in Colorado, Dec 16, 2017.
How about one of my late father's favorites, "The Blizzard" by Jim Reeves. 1960, I think?
"V's of birds" by Dwight Yoakam
"2000 miles" by the Pretenders. Yes it does mention Christmas but it's not really a Christmas song as such
As in a wish...
A warm song where you can feel the cold.
"Clear as the Driven Snow"
My daughter was in the jump rope club in elementary school, and since we don't celebrate or observe any of the holidays, I asked if I could record a.few songs about the winter for the kids to use in their winter program.
My drummer and i wrote and recorded two winter/snow songs so she could perform with her clubman...and the kids loved those tunes as much or more than the "tradition" tunes...
This one always froze me to the core.
It doesn't snow where I live during winter, but it rains a heck of a lot. Therefore it has to be Led Zeps "Rain Song" for me.
Can't leave out Joni Mitchell's "Blue" album.
Gordon Lightfoot's Song for a Winter's Night
One of my favorite songs of all-time. Every time I hear it, I can feel the snowflakes softly falling.
That song starts getting played a lot around this house towards the end of January! lol
I shot six holes in my freezer
I think I got cabin fever
Snowfall, Claude Thornhill
Ahmad Jamal's version:
The original, I can't decide which I like better, the horns kind of bother me on this one, too harsh.
It's ten degrees and getting colder down by Boulder Dam today.
(Pick your favorite version--they're both good.)