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I'm Dreaming of a White Christmas


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Yes indeed! Why can't singers chirp like that anymore?

 

Santa's pose was killer! :D

 

Thanks Gas. That tune just put me in the spirit to blow a few grand, er, I mean start...X-mas shopping. :eek::cool:

PD

 

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Thank you Tom! Irving Berlin would have been proud of you! :freak:
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Gas, I gotta hand it to you I had forgotten that version on. Love the background vocals harmonies. Too sweet.

Jimmy

 

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Originally posted by Dreamer:

What kind of sheep are those singing with Santa? :freak:

Imposters :rolleyes:;)

 

Yeah. That's a version that came out in the fifties.

 

Can anyone tell me who sang it - without the help of Sven Golly's GOOGLE? :P

 

Blueskeys, you're disqualified. I know that you know. (And you know that I know that you know.) :D

 

(PS How'd your gig go last night?)

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I remember this song was used in the movie "Home Alone". I would have bet it was Leon Redbone, but there's a different version on his "Christmas Island" album.

 

I give up.

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Originally posted by ProfD:

Originally posted by Is There Gas in the Car?:

Can anyone tell me who sang it? :P

Clyde McPhatter ;):cool:
Was it him solo, or was it actually The Drifters? I seem to recall this being a Drifters tune in my father's record collection...

 

Either way, it's definitely Clyde singing, to my ears. Good call, ProfD! :thu:

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ProfD, you're disqualified.

 

Sven, you're disqualified too.

 

I'm not sure why yet, but give me a minute and I'll think of something. :rolleyes:;)

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Awwwww Jeez guys I was just kidding. C'mon back in to the party. :rolleyes:

 

You're such a bunch of girls. :rolleyes:

 

Yes. It was Clyde McPhatter and the Drifters who sang the tune. :thu:

 

Now buy me a beer and I'll forget that you acted like a bunch of babies. :rolleyes::D

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Originally posted by Is There Gas in the Car?:

Awwwww Jeez guys I was just kidding. C'mon back in to the party. :rolleyes:

 

You're such a bunch of girls. :rolleyes:

 

Yes. It was Clyde McPhatter and the Drifters who sang the tune. :thu:

 

Now buy me a beer and I'll forget that you acted like a bunch of babies. :rolleyes::D

Look who is asleep now. Old geezer. ;) Where is my Corona? :cool:

PD

 

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The Drifters of course... but I was disqualified. What a great version of a classic. Bing did it well but there is nothing like good ole soul music, that sweet soul music... yea yea... Otis said.

 

 

The gig went well although we shot our wad in the first set. It left us a little weak on the last set but I think we did what the owner wanted and that is to start them dancing and drinking early. We need about 10 more hard dance numbers to round it out.

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Originally posted by Is There Gas in the Car?:

Awwwww Jeez guys I was just kidding. C'mon back in to the party. :rolleyes:

 

You're such a bunch of girls. :rolleyes:

:eek:

 

Ummmmm.... Tom... it was Saturday night... guess where I was? Why weren't you there? I had to drink alone.

 

Okay, so we were 1,000 miles apart or thereabouts... but that's no excuse... slacker. :wave:

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Originally posted by Sven Golly:

Ummmmm.... Tom... it was Saturday night... guess where I was? Why weren't you there? I had to drink alone.

 

Okay, so we were 1,000 miles apart or thereabouts... but that's no excuse... slacker. :wave:

My apologies.

 

You're right. It was Saturday night.

 

I had a better offer. :love::D

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Originally posted by Mr Pianoman:

The link to the page is not working anymore...

Where can I see it?

I must show some friends the cool santa..

My guess is that they were receiving too many hits on their server. I went to their home page and found a link, but it didn't work either.

 

Since the link is there, my advice is to try again a little later.

 

...of course their host may be Scrooge, who knows? :evil:

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