Final show of 2012 – Mark your calendars for December 16!

vintage christmas album coversThere is one more show left to get Christmas gifts for your favorite person or treat yourself to that special something you have always wanted. It should be a festive day!

In the spirit of this holiday season (and unabashedly politically incorrect),
I asked some of our vendors to tell us their favorite Christmas song and/or album. It’s a difficult question because there are so many! The answers were as diverse and great as the vendors—and the music itself. Some surprises too! Click on the song name and enjoy! Let us know what your favorites are!

Frank Ruehl: It’s Christmastime, The Five Keys
Bill Cox: Silent NightThe Temptations
Derek Shaw: Step Into Christmas, Elton John
Album: A Christmas Gift for You from Phil Spector
Skip Groff:  White Christmas, Nat King Cole
Tom: White Christmas, The Temptations
Gary Mitchell: It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year, Andy Williams/
The 25th Day of the Year, The Staple Singers
Randy Lengel: White Christmas, Bing Crosby
John Wood: Please Come Home for Christmas, Johnny and Edgar Winter/
The Day a Child Appeared, Larry Norman
Ike: Santa Go Straight to the Ghetto, James Brown/
Backdoor Santa, Wilson Pickett
Al Ercolani: Santa Baby, Eartha Kitt
Jill Grosh: Santa Claus Is Coming to Town, Bruce Springsteen
Cliff: Please Come Home for Christmas, The Eagles
Tyler MacGill: Just Like Christmas, Low
John Horn: Santa Claus Is Back In Town, Elvis Presley/
Sliding Into Christmas, Leon Russell
Jim Kuppers: Little Saint Nick, The Beach Boys
Mark Wall: Rockin’ Little Christmas, Deborah Allen
Joe Bryant: Cryin’ Christmas Tears, Eric Clapton
Dave Hoffer: I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus, Tiny Tim
Bernie: Away In A Manger
Steve Yohe: Someday at Christmas, Stevie Wonder
Will Braytenbah: The James Brown Christmas CD,
God Gave Me This – Editor’s Pick
Mike Lambert: A Charlie Brown Christmas, Vince Guaraldi Trio Christmastime Is Here – Editor’s Pick
Mike Prosper: A Holly Jolly Christmas, Burl Ives
Kathy Kelley: Breathe of HeavenAmy Grant
Scott Brown: The Christmas Waltz, Peggy Lee
One of my personal favorites: The Secret of Christmas – Ella Fitzgerald

One thought on “Final show of 2012 – Mark your calendars for December 16!

  1. So much fun this Christmas listening to the songs selected by friends at the Arbutus Record & CD Show. How cool to just click to hear and watch technology .Music holds a special place in my heart. Merry Christmas !!

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