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Discussion in 'Music to Your Ears' started by Hpilotman, Nov 22, 2020.
With James Burton:
I have always loved Charles Brown, but Ray Charles is so soulful his version just can't be beat~
This is far and away my favourite Christmas song. Not guitar related and a little bit obscure, even in here in the UK it isn't/wasn't massively well known.
Would you mind telling us what your selection is? It’s not available in my country.
Charles Brown is terrific, but you can't beat Charlie Brown
Not even Thansgiving yet...
Some of my favorites aren't linkable. Like the Korean online fantasy golf game industrial version of White Christmas.
@BobTheOwl I have the same problem and question!
EDIT: @Richie Cunningham it's "Saint Etienne - I Was Born On Christmas Day" I think
St Etienne, feat. Tim Burgess from the Charlatans, I Was Born on Christmas Day.
Charlatans are/were a UK indie band and St Etienne were a indie/dance band that mixed 60s chic with 90s beats. St Etienne also did a very unusual cover of Neil Young’s only love can break your heart.
It's not even Thanksgiving, which is actually the holiday all the Christmas Songs are about. Christmas is all hype, unrealistic expectations and disappointment.
Thanksgiving is where it's at, time off work, a parade, and a big meal. No gifts messing everything up.
This is from a favorite jazz compilation of Christmas tunes. The whole album's available on Youtube. Here's one from John McLaughlin. It's fairly "accessible jazz" (i.e.,easy to follow familiar melodies) so that even people who don't appreciate jazz can enjoy it.