Saturday, December 22, 2012
Monday, December 17, 2012
Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Monday, December 10, 2012
Thursday, December 6, 2012
Charlotte Church - The First Noel
Tex Ritter - Christmas Carols By The Old Corral (1945)
Bing Crosby - Christmas Dinner Country Style
Ryan Borja - The Saving Season
The Charlie Daniels Band - Jesus Is the Light of the World
Hank Thompson - Mr. & Mrs. Snowman
Alicia Keys - Little Drummer Girl
Dido - Christmas Day
Cliff Richard - Mistletoe & Wine
The Year Without A Santa Claus - The Snow Miser
The Year Without A Santa Claus - The Heat Miser
Kate Bush - December Will Be Magic Again
TLC - Sleighride
Cyndi Lauper - Feels Like Christmas
Amy Grant - The Night Before Christmas
Carrie Underwood - Do You Hear What I Hear?
Loretta Lynn - Shadrack The Black Reindeer
David Essex - A Winter Tale
Brenda Lee - I'm Gonna Lasso Santa Claus
Aimee Mann - Calling On Mary
Charo - Donde Esta Santa Claus?
Newsong - Christmas Shoes
Merry Christmas, Neighbor - Ben, Little Joe, & Hoss Cartwright
Rosemary Clooney - Jingle Bells
Techno Carol of the Bells
Anita Baker - Christmas Fantasy
Transiberian Orchestra - The Silent Nutcracker
Hanson - Merry Christmas Baby
Nancy Wilson - The Christmas Waltz
Kirk Franklin - Silver & Gold (Christmas Remix)
Jars of Clay - Little Drummer Boy
Brenda Lee - Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree
Tex Ritter - Here Was A Man
Louis Armstrong - Christmas In New Orleans
Ferlin Husky - Christmas On The Range
Loretta Lynn - I Won't Decorate Your Christmas Tree
Colbie Caillat - Mistletoe
The Eagles - Bells Will Be Ringing
Delta Goodrem - O Come All Ye Faithful
Roy Rogers - The Night Before The Night Before Christmas (12-25-1952)
The Drifters - Auld Lang Syne
Saturday, December 1, 2012
Tuesday, July 17, 2012
NASHVILLE (Reuters) - Kitty Wells, a singer dubbed the "Queen of Country Music," died on Monday at her Tennessee home, according to family members. She was 92.Wells, a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame, died ofcomplications from a stroke, her family said in a statement.
Born Ellen Muriel Deason, Wells began her career in 1937 with husband Johnnie Wright, half of the duo Johnnie & Jack. He died in 2011.
She adopted the stage name Kitty Wells and was the first female singer to reach the top of the country charts with her 1952 song "It Wasn't God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels."
She went on to be the top female singer in country music in the 1950s and 1960s and was inducted into the Country Music Hallof Fame in 1976.
(Reporting by Timothy Ghianni; Editing by James B. Kelleher and Greg McCune)
Saturday, January 14, 2012
1. I Can Too
2. Moving On
3. The Morning
4. The Everclear Song
5. Crying, Moaning
6. Feel Again
7. Until The Thought Of You
8. L.A. Freeway
9. Fun All Wrong
10. Let It Roll
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Saturday, January 7, 2012
Jordan Trotter's soulful and sultry voice stamps a resounding signature all over her charming and musically diverse debut album from Moonwatcher Music. This intriguing blend of Pop, Country, and Americana Roots music will introduce listeners to this artist's distinctive blend of influences, heard in her vocal style and songs. Each tune is sprinkled with subtle vocal nuances and moments that will make you want to replay the music to hear the artist sing a certain phrase...over and over. Jordan's love for many of the pre-eminent singer-songwriters of the past few decades, such as Bonnie Raitt, James Taylor, Mary Chapin Carpenter, and Emmylou Harris is highlighted throughout the course of her self-titled album. Fans of multi-platinum contemporary artists such as Carrie Underwood, Norah Jones, and Kelly Clarkson will identify with her pristine blend of voices that is seemingly familiar, but also refreshingly unique. In the end, the most important ingredient in Jordan's music is her genuine ability to communicate each song's story through her emotive singing, giving the listener a common thread heard in each unique song. Mix in a dazzling smile, charismatic personality, and a dash of southern charm...and you get an irresistible combination.
Veteran Producer Joe Taylor (the successful former recording artist/producer for legendary label RCA Victor) assembled a stellar collection of songwriters and quality songs, including: the powerful pop/country ballad, It Matters To Me, co-written by veteran NYC songsmith, Jeff Franzel (who has previously had his hit songs recorded by Clay Aiken, Shawn Colvin, Hayley Westenra, and Taylor Dayne), and the spiritual ballad, Angels By My Side, written by hit songwriter Beth Nielsen Chapman (Faith Hill's This Kiss).
The choice of material and musical textures range from a mellow, funky reading of the Jimi Hendrix classic, The Wind Cries Mary to the upbeat, vivid storytelling of Bonnie & James (written by Jordan and Joe Taylor).
Other standout songs include the bluesy, sultry pop of I Want You, the latin-tinged, mellow sounds of Magia De La Luna, and the finely orchestrated, lush arrangement on the pop-country track Gave Her Wings.
Two classic pop tunes get extreme makeovers...check out the up-tempo, energetic cover of the Joni Mitchell classic, Car On A Hill and the rockin' version of the Aretha Franklin classic, Chain Of Fools.
Every lady has met her "Mr. Wrong", so don't miss the sassy, Southern-fried, funky tune, Ain't Enough.
1. I Want You 3:35
2. Gave Her Wings 4:02
3. It Matters To Me 3:32
4. Bonnie & James 4:46
5. Car On A Hill 4:09
6. Ain't Enough 4:03
7. The Wind Cries Mary 4:11
8. Magia De La Luna 4:21
9. Chain Of Fools 3:40
10. Angels By My Side 4:03
11. Hickory Wind
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