Chris Chapman - Love's Old Sweet Song / Blue Bells Of Scotland album
Blue Bells of Scotland. Because Pryor was a trombonist and band leader, it is likely that the instrumentation of the original was trombone and band. However, since all of the published versions are with piano, and the versions with band or orchestra have been arranged by others (Simon Kerwin for band, and Peter Hope for orchestra) it is not possible at this point to know what the exact instrumentation was. Therefore, the instrumentation is tagged as undetermined until further details can be ascertained.
Blue Bells of Scotland. The legendary Arthur Pryor setting, in theme and variations form. This is technically dazzling! Select a Product.
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Blue Christmas" is a Christmas song written by Billy Hayes and Jay W. Johnson and most famously performed by Elvis Presley. It is a tale of unrequited love during the holidays and is a longstanding staple of Christmas music, especially in the country genre
Probably – the combination of Darlene Love’s impeccable pleading vocal, Phil Spector’s gloriously tinselly production and Ellie Greenwich and Jeff Barry’s magical songwriting could make anyone, even the biggest Scrooge, melt like a snowman under a hairdryer. It’s just an absolutely perfect Christmas song. 2. ‘Last Christmas’ – Wham! A ballad of doomed romance, ‘Last Christmas’ features sleighbells and synths, plus some truly memorable knitwear in the video.
Jingle Bells is hardly the grooviest of all holiday songs, but the soul legend’s trusty backing outfit revamped the familiar tune in new, delicate, Motown-inspired ways. The Beach Boys – "Santa's Beard". One of six original cuts on the group’s 1964 holiday LP-the aptly-titled Beach Boys’ Christmas Album- Santa’s Beard is the darkly funny tale of Mike Love taking his younger brother to the mall to meet Santa. When the kid tugs that fake facial hair right off, his life is changed forever. Bing Crosby – "White Christmas". Billy Squier – "Christmas Is The Time To Say I Love You". The arena rocker's sweet ode to the Yuletide spirit imprinted itself on a generation when it doubled as the de facto Christmas card from the then-fledgeling MTV to its viewers. Wham! – "Last Christmas".
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