Willaya One's Girls & Boys - Christmas Show album
The Beach Boys' Christmas Album is the seventh studio album by the Beach Boys, released in November 1964. it contains five original songs and seven standards on a Christmas theme. The album proved to be a long-running success during subsequent Christmas seasons, initially reaching number six in the US Billboard 200 chart in its year of release and eventually going gold. Music historian James Perone wrote that it is "regarded as one of the finest holiday albums of the rock era".
Christmas with the Beach Boys. STREAM NOW. Sleigh bells are the background instrument of choice in most of the fun-in-the-sun Beach Boys hits - so really, we should have known they'd create a memorable Christmas album, clearly longing for a winter wonderland. The most famously broadcast hits from this CD are the 1967 singles "Little Saint Nick" and "Merry Christmas, Baby. It just doesn't feel like Christmas until this album is playing, and you'd be hard-pressed to find a girl who couldn't recite Mariah's "All I Want for Christmas Is You" by heart. Props to her for sharing Christmas-album royalties with music icons Nat King Cole, "The King" himself, and Vince Guaraldi.
Most of the featured songs are well-known, some of the more popular being "Frosty the Snowman," "White Christmas," "Santa Claus Is Coming to Town," and "I'll Be Home for Christmas," among others. Furthermore, there are four songs composed by the Beach Boys - "Little Saint Nick," "Man With All the Toys," "Santa's Beard," and "Merry Christmas, Baby" - which begin the album.
Beach Boys, ‘Beach Boys’ Christmas Album’ (1964). The early Beach Boys could turn National Podiatrist Recognition Day into a party, so you know they're gonna knock Christmas out of the park. Their smiles 'n' sweaters playfulness is all over this 1964 collection. The best of the album's six originals is the darkly funny "Santa's Beard," in which Mike Love takes his five-year-old brother to meet Santa and the kid pulls the cotton falsie off Saint Nick's face in a life-altering moment of mall-bought demystification. But on numbers like "Cool Yule," "Christmas in New Orleans" and "Zat You, Santa Claus?" it's Satchmo's show. The high point is the finger-poppin' "Christmas Night in Harlem," when he growls, "Everyone's gonna sit up til after 3/ Everyone, we be all lit up, like a Christmas tree," and throws in a big, winking belly laugh for party-boss punctuation.
Off the best Christmas album of all time, A Christmas Gift For You From Phil Spector, the New York girl group logs this ebullient holiday party jam that will get even Grinch to twist it out on the dance floor. Elvis Presley – "Blue Christmas". 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". The 1978 special Christmas Eve on Sesame Street represents the educational show at its finest, and this original track about holding on to the Christmas spirit year-round still tugs at the heartstrings. Otis Redding – "Merry Christmas Baby". Otis's blazing version of this R&B Yuletide classic is spine-tingling nearly 50 years after its recording.
With Cory Bowles, Lucy Decoutere, Barrie Dunn, John Dunsworth. The Trailer Park Boys trick Ricky into going to Minneapolis by telling him it's in the North Pole. Once in Minneapolis the present a live Christmas themed show.
Produced by Butch Walker. Album Too Weird to Live, Too Rare to Die! Girls/Girls/Boys Lyrics. I don't want to hear you got a boyfriend Sometimes you're better off alone But if you change your mind you know where I am Yeah, if you change your mind you know where to find me But I don't ever want to be your boyfriend.
Whether you need songs about Santa, reindeer, toys, winter or traditional Christmas Carols, you'll find a varied selection below. and many will also appeal to grown-ups. Thomas Moore The Angel Band – Hap Palmer Arizona Snowman – Maureen Conlin The Baby's Carol – Hap Palmer Brr Brr BRR – Karen Rupprecht & Pam Minor Christmas Cheer – Linda Brown/Dr
- Manufactured By – J.A.P.
- Recorded At – Seven Studio
- Art Direction [Art Manager] – Sergio Shaaff
- Engineer [Technical Direction] – Manuel Terán , Mario Bottini
NotesOn label reads:
Christmas Show by Girls & Boys Willaya's One
On back cover:
Liner notes in catalan language.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Depósito Legal: B. 33084-1964
- Matrix / Runout (A-Side Etching Runout): 086
- Other (Impuesto de Lujo a Metálico): Permiso N.º 6214